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Restaurateur Dave Bailey's The Bridge offers a terrific casual-dining experience in a stylish downtown space. The two-story upscale hideaway in downtown St. Louis celebrates artisanal beers and wines and craft cocktails. Artsy lighting and a sumptuous wooden bar create a classically beautiful atmosphere you won’t soon want to leave. The menu intensely focuses on creative small plates, snacks, charcuterie and cheese, sandwiches, salads and small entrees. The decor, especially the giant bird's-nest light fixtures, is, frankly, awesome.
When Quincy Street Bistro opened in 2011 in the city’s Princeton Heights neighborhood, it was a very good corner tavern. When Rick Lewis, who had worked under Josh Galliano at the acclaimed restaurant Monarch, took over the kitchen in late 2012, Quincy Street became a very good restaurant. Lewis has refined the menu and added a Southern accent. The BLT, for example, features tart, crisp fried green tomatoes as well as house-cured bacon. Suppers include fried chicken and catfish as well as pork roast and cast-iron seared steaks. The burgers — ten-ounce patties ground from locally raised beef — are among the best in town.
The three friends/owners behind Three Kings Public House in the Loop offer truly imaginative and savory dishes. Also referred to as a “gastro pub”, Three Kings offers standard bar favorites, such as burgers and sandwiches, but also a variety of Mediterrean-influenced entrees. As much as possible is sourced from local Missouri and Illinois farms. The bar features 22 beers on tap, 40 bottled beers, a rotating selection of one-of-a-kind beers and house-made liquor infusions. In true pub fashion, several flat screens are located throughout the restaurant for keeping up with the game.
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