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    Nathalie's
    Nathalie Pettus brings the bounty of her Overlook Farms to the Central West End at Nathalie’s. The restaurant is truly farm-to-table: Nearly all of the ingredients, including the meat, are sourced directly from Overlook, hand-selected by Pettus and chef Jimmy Voss. Through his eclectic menu, Voss takes diners on a culinary world tour. There’s classic French, represented by rich and tender coq au vin; Greek moussaka al forno; Middle Eastern style vegetable kofta; and feijoda, the national dish of Brazil. The pate maison should not be missed. The house-made beef-liver pate is flecked with hazelnuts and served with a red-onion jam and traditional accompaniments. The food is only part of the story at Nathalie’s. The building, a magnificent 19th-century mansion, is one of the most ornate dining rooms in town. Venetian chandeliers hang from the ceilings, gold paint trims the walls and red roses decorate the white linen-clothed tables of the dining salons. (The term “dining room” just doesn’t do the space justice.) Even the restrooms are a sight to behold -- there’s even a marble fireplace in the ladies’ room. It’s a sight to behold.
    NEO on Locust
    NEO on Locust features two private event spaces located in the historic Oakland Building, featuring the preserved architecture of the "Automotive District" in close proximity to St. Louis University.
    Niche
    Acclaimed restaurateur Gerard Craft has relocated his flagship restaurant, Niche, from Benton Park to a brand-new, state-of-the-art space in downtown Clayton. The menu from Craft an chef du cuisine Nate Hereford remains true to the ethos that made Niche so beloved among local diners: progressive modern cuisine with an emphasis on local, seasonal produce -- and also with a playful side. Diners can order from the a la carte menu, but the new Niche also features a special chef's table with an more extensive tasting menu. While drop-in diners might find an empty seat at the bar, reservations are strongly recommended.
    Nora's
    This Dogtown café offers a simple menu of soups, salads and sandwiches that's distinguished by its attention to detail. Example: pork loin smoked in-house and served with bacon, Brie, onion and applesauce. Other sandwiches include a Reuben and the "Hangover Club": smoked turkey, Genoa salami, provolone, bacon and mustard. Vegetarians can enjoy a veggie melt or the portobello Philly, while cold sandwiches include a nod to the neighborhood: the Dogtown sub, with roast beef, ham, smoked turkey, provolone, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
    Novak's Bar & Grill
    Some say Novak's is a sister to Just John's -- and with its neighboring location and generous accommodations, we'd be hard-pressed to argue. Thanks to a more laid-back atmosphere, however, Novak's recalls a younger, hipper Cheers -- only a million times better because no one on Cheers was gay, and almost everyone here is. There's something for everyone at Novak's, be it washer tournaments when the weather is fine, bumping and grinding to DJs or ogling the sassy, magnificently plumaged drag queens that perform regularly. Straighties can occupy themselves at the bar playing Hot or Not with the soft-core imagery flashing on multiple TVs: boy, girl, girl in bathtub, boy-boy sandwich, beautiful alien Angelina Jolie. The space seems never-ending, with a large bar, roomy dance floor, an upstairs seating/game room and an outdoor patio that wends around the block. Novak's also features nightly entertainment, but with few consistent weekly events, it's important to check the calendar for karaoke (Novak Idol!), open-mic nights and drag shows.

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