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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Food Photo Essay: The Block Restaurant Butcher and Bar in the Central West End

Posted By on Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 10:00 AM

Editor's note: Sometimes food renders Gut Check speechless. That's why God invented the DSLR. In our continuing effort to cause your mouth to water onto your keyboard, we bring you our weekly Food Photo Essay...

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

This week's edible pixels combine to form the recently opened Central West End location of The Block Restaurant Butcher and Bar (33 North Sarah Street; 314-535-5100). The restaurant is open for dinner Mon.-Thu. 5-10 p.m., and Fri.-Sat. 5-11 p.m. Weekday lunch and Sunday hours are said to be coming soon.

All photos by Crystal Rolfe. Bone appétit!

See also: - RFT's review of the Block Restaurant Butcher and Bar's original location in Webster Groves

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

The meat at The Block is butchered in-house. Here chef Marc Del Pietro cuts the grass-fed New York strip steaks.

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

New York strips are seasoned with a house-made pepper mix before grilling.

Crystal Rolfe
  • Crystal Rolfe

The evening's "Butcher's Special": A petite tender served with garlic herb fries.

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