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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

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DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON | IMAGE COURTESY OF DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON
  • Death in the Afternoon | image courtesy of Death in the Afternoon

Death in the Afternoon
(808 Chestnut Street; 314-621-3236)
The all-glass-clad Death in the Afternoon brings the outside in with its views of the unique and City Garden and downtown St. Louis. Savor some of the best ramen around, grab a Cubano or a grass-fed burger, or even come for dinner now and feast on meatballs. (Yes, meatballs — that's the menu now that they've launched evening hours.) Don’t forget to save room for the walnut cream cheese brownie baked with Civil Life American Brown Ale.

THE BOATHOUSE | SARA GRAHAM
  • The Boathouse | Sara Graham

Boathouse in Forest Park
(6101 Government Drive; 314-367-2224)
Watch paddleboats traversing Post-Dispatch Lake at the Boathouse in Forest Park in view of the majestic St. Louis Art Museum. Grab a burger or pizza and linger over a drink while watching the sun set over the water.

CIELO | LAURA MILLER
  • Cielo | Laura Miller

Cielo Restaurant & Bar
(999 North 2nd Street; 314-881-5800)
Indulge in the modern Italian menu at Cielo Restaurant & Bar’s elegant rooftop, outside or in, at the Four Seasons hotel. Executive Chef Gian Nicola Colucci draws from his roots in Turin, Italy and executes each dish flawlessly, worthy of the exquisite view.

Turn the page for our final four favorites, including one in Metro East.

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