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Thursday, July 18, 2013

St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: June 2013

Posted By on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 7:00 AM

       A "Blue Ox" cornmeal waffle at Melt with caramelized onions, slow cooked brisket, bourbon        lime sauce and blue cheese. | Mabel Suen
  •        A "Blue Ox" cornmeal waffle at Melt with caramelized onions, slow cooked brisket, bourbon        lime sauce and blue cheese. | Mabel Suen

June had a few more closings than last month, but there are plenty of exciting things springing up, too. St. Louisans have been lamenting the late Growlers, which closed its second location. Cherokee Street welcomed two new ventures: Table, from the people at Home Wine Kitchen, and Melt, which moved from south Carondelet.

As always, please let us know in the comments of any openings or closings we missed.

See Also: - Table Debuts Weekly Chef's Tasting Menu - First Look: Melt Serves Savory Waffles and More at New Location on Cherokee Street


Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers (1365 Jungerman Road, St. Peters, 636-447-2496) Hiro Asian Kitchen (1405 Washington Avenue, 314-241-4476) Melt (2712 Cherokee Street, 314-638-6358) [new location] Senora Espinos Taqueria (840 Bryan Road, O'Fallon, 636-272-9001) Smiling Buddha (5544 Telegraph Road, 314-845-8233) Stacked Burger Bar (7637 Ivory Avenue, 314-655-4900) Subliminal Grilled Subs (5 Maryland Plaza, 314-361-1500) [additional location] Table (1821 Cherokee Street, 314-449-1888) The Geyer Inn (220 South Geyer, 314-814-9402) Tree House (3177 South Grand, 314-696-2100) Tripel Brasserie (1801 Park Avenue, 314-678-7787)

Closings Bici Cafe (7401 Pershing, University City) Duff's Restaurant (392 North Euclid) Garavelli's Cafeteria (6600 Chippewa) Growlers Pub (3811 South Lindbergh) Mojo Tapas Restaurant & Bar (3117 South Grand) Sage Urban American Grill (1031 Lynch Street) Tuscan Tavern & Grill (5800 Southwest Avenue) Vida Mexican Kitchen y Cantina (1137 St. Louis Galleria)

Gut Check is always hungry for restaurant tips. Email us!

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