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On the first floor of the Hyatt Regency at the Arch lies the RED Kitchen & Bar. While the bar area opens out to the lobby, guests seeking a more private setting can opt for one of the tables tucked away in the main dining area. On weekdays during lunch, RED features a "farmers' market" buffet, with seasonal soups and salads as well as a pasta bar. The lunch menu also includes pizzas and sandwiches. At dinner, RED offers a variety of small plates to start the meal, such as polenta fries and pancetta-wrapped prawns. Entrees include various pastas (penne pomodoro, shrimp scampi), pork chops, steak and chicken.
Located in the Mercantile Exchange development on Washington Avenue, Robust features an exemplary selection of wine and American food. The wine list is divided into eight numbered categories by descriptive style (e.g., crisp, mellow, luscious), and each dish on the menu includes the numbers of suggested pairings. The menu features approachable bistro fare from chef Joseph Hemp V. The sea scallops with oven-dried tomatoes and country ham over Parmesan grits are a standout. Selections of cheese and charcuterie are also available for a light meal or snack.
This charming crêperie brings a little bit of Paris to downtown. Savory crêpes feature both the hearty ("German-style" sausages, bacon, roasted sirloin) and the delicate (Brie with roasted apples, egg with Gruyère). Fans of owner Dave Bailey's Lafayette Square hot spot Baileys' Chocolate Bar won't be surprised by the excellent sweet crêpes, from a simple lemon crêpe dusted with sugar to the indulgent "Peanut Butter Cup," which is even richer than its namesake. The menu also features soups, salads and sandwiches as well as Serendipity ice cream and Kaldi's coffee.
Part of the revamped Hyatt Regency downtown (former home of Adam's Mark), Ruth's Chris delivers its signature upscale dining experience along with views of the Gateway Arch. With a history dating all the way back to 1927 in New Orleans, national chain Ruth's Chris provides high-class meals starting with appetizers such as a "crabtini" -- lump crab meat tossed in vinaigrette and served with Creole remoulade in a chilled martini glass -- and veal osso bucco ravioli. For the serious steak house experience, diners can select from various cuts including filet, T-bone and porterhouse. Other entrées include lamb chops, ahi tuna and lobster. Vegetarians can choose three items from the potato and vegetable sides to create their own meat-free meal. End on a sweet note with desserts including crème brûlée and banana cream pie. Ruth's Chris is open for dinner only, and reservations are recommended.
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