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Friday, December 17, 2010

More Breakfast and Mixology, Fewer Tapas Restaurants in 2011?

Posted By on Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 8:00 AM

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We asked what you do and don't want to see on the St. Louis food scene next year. Ben is hungry for breakfast and better cocktails:
It would be nice to get a few more restaurants giving breakfast the attention it deserves (Rooster, Benton Park Cafe and Winslow's Home aren't enough!), and St. Louis could afford to have a new fresh seafood restaurant. We could also use some more restaurants that do bartending and cocktails the right way (I hate the term "mixologist," but...) -- in-house infused alcohols, old school mixing techniques, hand-cut ice. But my biggest wish for the new year -- I would love to see restaurants FINALLY stop overusing the term "tapas"!
Agreed 100% on tapas, Ben. As far as house-infused alcohols, I know Farmhaus and Milagro Modern Mexican have been playing around with various concoctions.

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