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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

The 10 Best St. Louis Restaurants with a View

Posted By on Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 7:15 AM

Would you like a view with that? It's been proven: a delicious meal tastes even better when paired with gorgeous scenery. From soaring vistas to tree-filled parks, we’ve rounded up our favorite places to dine in St. Louis that offer more than just delicious fare.  Get there now while the weather is still nice — or make a reservation to enjoy the view as fall foliage bursts into color.

See Also: The Best Rooftop Patios in St. Louis

  • Kemoll's | image courtesy of Kemoll's


(211 North Broadway; 314-421-0555)
Kemoll’s, a St. Louis establishment since 1927, relocated from the ground floor to the top of the Metropolitan Square building a few years ago and now boasts 360-degree views from its 42nd-floor site overlooking the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River. Indulge in hearty Sicilian Italian family recipes and a glass of wine from the extensive wine list.

  • Panorama | image courtesy of Panorama


(1 Fine Arts Drive; 314-721-0072)
The name says it all. Panorama offers nothing less than sweeping views of Forest Park through its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Art Hill. Inspired by the culinary traditions of France and Italy, executive chef Ivy Magruder has developed a menu that reflects both the unique culture of the city and the worldly art on exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum.

  • Bixby's | image courtesy of Bixby's

(5700 Lindell Boulevard; 314-361-7313)
Bixby’s, located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum, isn’t your typical museum eatery. Gorgeous views of the Forest Park tree line are framed by south-facing floor-to-ceiling windows and can be enjoyed for lunch Monday through Saturday and brunch on Sunday.

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