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4 Seasons Bakery in St. Charles, owned by Agi and Aaron Groff, specializes in pastries, pies and other baked goods. From their tiny storefront, the Groffs have been producing some of the finest pastry in the area, using only natural ingredients. Their macaroons and Linzer torte are rightly lusted after. But it's their pie we swoon for. The crust has achieved the perfect medium. The fillings, made from seasonal fruit, are good, too: sweet but not cloying.
Alice's Tea Room & Miniatures is a restaurant located in St. Charles.
Set in a historic home just off the cobblestone streets of old town St. Charles, Bella Vino Wine Bar & Tapas charms diners with its cozy atmosphere. The menu is an eclectic array of Spanish small plates, such as chorizo-stuffed dates, fried calamari and spicy pork and beef meatballs. Bella Vino offers several pastas and flatbreads; most notable is the duck-prosciutto flatbread; instead of sauce, the base is rich mascarpone cheese topped with cured duck, caramelized onions and Gorgonzola cheese. Bella Vino makes its desserts in house, and the gooey butter cake is its standout. The bottom of the cake has an almost savory, brown-butter nuttiness that is complemented by the creamy and caramely topping. Cozy up by the fireplace, order a bottle of wine and let the plates keep coming.
The ceilings are very, very high at St. Charles' Big A's on the Riverfront, which is a good thing: It affords more room on the very, very tall walls for the eatery's collection of beer and sports memorabilia. The restaurant serves good, satisfying bar fare - burgers, chicken Phillies, some pretty amazing waffle fries - and hosts drink specials most nights of the week. The venue has a clean, friendly vibe and cheery service, making it a fine spot for a bite, a drink, or both.
Rising from the ashes under new management after being temporarily shuttered is The Big Muddy Food and Spirits, located on St. Charles' New Town Boulevard just off highway 370. The Big Muddy has a slightly upscale country-club feel, typically drawing well-heeled suburbanites in their thirties or older. In addition to a full menu including its famous hand-made pizzas, the Big Muddy is also known for its chocolately "muddy martini" and a wide assortment of wines and high-end mixed drinks. The Big Muddy's generous daily happy hour lasts from 2 to 7 p.m., with $10 buckets, $4.50 Jack Daniels cocktails, $4 Skyy Vodka cocktails, $3 well cocktails, $3 house wines, $2 bottles and $1.50 drafts. They also host the occasional cleverly named special event. Muddy-ritaville, anyone? Well, what about Cinco de Muddy?
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