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    Cabana on the Loop
    Husband and wife Wendell Bryant and Latoshia Morrow opened their family-friendly Cabana on the Loop as a relaxed, vacationlike spot to grab breakfast and lunch. The restaurant occupies a storefront on the eastern edge of the Delmar Loop and offers breakfast, lunch and weekends-only dinner. Dishes lean Southern, such as biscuits with turkey gravy, shrimp and grits and a fried catfish sandwich. Cabana on the Loop has a large selection of dressed-up waffles and French toast, as well as a cereal bar that diners can top with a variety of accouterments. Don’t leave without trying the honey-glaze onion rings -- these golden beauties are like a cross between onion rings and a funnel cake.
    Cheesecake Factory
    Cheesecake Factory is a national restaurant chain serving continental American and Italian cuisine. This location is connected to the St. Louis Galleria, with interior and exterior mall entrances.
    The Corner Cup
    The Corner Cup is a sister restaurant to the adjacent Tamm Avenue Grill. It focuses on paleo, gluten free and vegetarian breakfast options as well as traditional fare.
    Gooseberries
    Gooseberries is a Dutchtown South-Cherokee Street gathering place where locals and passersby can go to grab a meal, a snack or just a cup of coffee. Out of a cozy, rehabbed storefront, owners Kim Bond and Ross Lessor serve an eclectic mix of breakfast and lunchtime items, including several vegan and vegetarian dishes. Bond is a pastry chef, so Gooseberries’ baked goods are highly recommended -- especially the hand pies, filled with everything from gyro meat to chicken and waffles to broccoli-cheddar. Sandwiches include a vegan beet Reuben, pulled pork, and a Gouda and cheddar grilled cheese that can be made with waffles instead of bread. The restaurant’s signature dish is “KFT”: “Krispy Fried Tofu” made with a savory blend of thirteen herbs and spices that is so tasty, it could make one forget the Colonel.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    IHOP
    IHOP, you hop, we all hop for pancakes? A 24-hour mecca for St. Louis flapjack lovers from tots to blue-hairs, the now-acronymed International House of Pancakes isn't just a one-trick pony. Besides pancakes in a dizzying array of flavors from chocolate chip to carrot cake (plus seasonal flavors like pumpkin and eggnog), the never-closed breakfast emporium serves everything from omelettes and waffles to chicken-fried steak and pot roast, plus giant carafes of coffee at any hour of the day. Founded in 1958, the pancake house is almost old enough to order off its very own senior menu, a privilege reserved for those 55 and up. IHOP's just a skip and a jump away on Voice Places.
    Jax Cafe
    Jax Café, the Benton Park breakfast and lunch spot that serves “eclectic comfort food with a twist," represents what happens when a big-name chef leaves behind his rock-star status in favor of family and the purity of cooking. Whereas the menu offerings are familiar, chef Brian Hale has amped them up with his special touch, elevating dishes beyond just eggs and sandwiches. Breakfast highlights include decadent hazelnut pancakes, encrusted with brown sugar brulee and drizzled with Meyer lemon crème anglaise, and a smoked-salmon take on the classic eggs benedict with a potato leek cake taking the place of an English muffin. Lunch builds on the eclectic-comfort-food theme with dishes like truffle fries – so generous in size that the portion could easily serve four – drizzled with truffle oil and liberally sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and rosemary sea salt. The Cuban panini is also excellent, featuring sweet ham, smoked pork and whole grain Dijonaise pressed between two slices of fresh crusty bread. Jax also serves a small Sunday brunch buffet where Hale rotates the offerings to showcase some of his specialties such as biscuits and gravy or seafood cocktail; as a bonus, it includes a build your own bloody-mary bar. The prices are reasonable, and the atmosphere is casual. Expect an uncomplicated vibe, casual and friendly service, and creative twists on familiar breakfast and lunch classics.
    Melt
    When Melt, originally located in the south Carondelet neighborhood, moved to Cherokee Street, it expanded everything from its square-footage and menu to its hours and entertainment initiatives. Serving up savory and sweet waffles, wheat grass shots and an array of beverages (including a full bar), Melt's prepared to meet late night appetites, not to mention hungry breakfast-goers. One of its new location expansions includes a live music stage that hosts everything from folk to punk rock.
    The Original Pancake House
    The original Original Pancake House opened in Portland, Oregon, in 1953. It is now a national chain, with more than 100 locations in 28 states. Like the name says, pancakes are the main attraction here, from simple buttermilk pancakes with rich whipped butter and warm maple syrup to the restaurant's two signature specials: The apple pancake, with cinnamon-glazed apples in a thick batter, is like having an entire cake for breakfast. More subtle is the "Dutch Baby," a thin, bowl-shaped pancake served with butter, powdered sugar and lemon wedges. Pancakes are available with various fruits and nuts; potato, wheat germ and buckwheat pancakes are also on the menu.
    Peacock Loop Diner
    The latest feather in Joe Edwards’ (Blueberry Hill, Pin-Up Bowl) impressively plumed cap, Peacock Loop Diner serves breakfast and lunch staples 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The bright, retro-themed restaurant is outfitted with a dizzying array of 1950s kitsch and boasts a curtained, rotating circular booth called the “carousel of love.” The menu offers everything from omelets and biscuits and gravy, to burgers and corn dogs. On the breakfast side, the “Finals Breakfast Sandwich” is a must-try: an egg, griddled ham, bacon, sriacha and mixed-berry jam are sandwiched between two malty waffles. Ask for a side of maple syrup, and the dish becomes a quirky take on a Monte Cristo. Another standout is the chicken curry salad melt with Muenster cheese. And don’t leave without trying at least one of the seventeen different varieties of spiked milkshakes. They are break-up cures in a frosty glass.
    Southwest Diner
    The Southwest Diner is a new diner that refuses to fall into the “new diner” trap. No faux nostalgia here — just breakfast and lunch with a heavy Southwestern accent, in a space that gets all of the little diner details right. Breakfast balances typical American diner fare (egg-potatoes-meat-toast platters, omelets) with riffs like New Mexico-style breakfast burritos and buttermilk-cornmeal pancakes. Lunch includes a green-chile cheeseburger and Southwestern-style (i.e., stacked, not rolled) enchiladas with your choice of meat and red or green chile sauce.

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