You searched for:

  • [X]St. Louis - Downtown/ Midtown
  • [X]St. Louis - Downtown
  • [X]Restaurants
  • [X]Pizza
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

13 results
The Texas-based chain Flying Saucer Draught Emporium has opened its first St. Louis location a mere pop fly away from Busch Stadium. As the name suggests, the beer selection is the primary draw: 80 craft brews on tap, another 150 in bottles. You will find big names from the craft-beer world, but St Louis’ booming scene is well represented among the selections. The food is standard-issue bar grub: burgers, sandwiches, wings, pizza. The appetizers are the most reliable pleasure, especially the oversize soft pretzels. Several dishes featuring bratwurst are the best bets for your full meal.
The downtown depot of the "square beyond compare" serves up St. Louis-style pizza, but the menu also includes pastas, salads and a variety of sandwiches, including the Imo's Special Sandwich, which includes ham, roast beef, salami, Provel, lettuce, tomato and dressing. They even offer mozzarella (!) cheese sticks.
One of more than 90 Imo's across the St. Louis area, this downtown Imo's offers carryout and delivery of the square beyond compare. It offers traditional toppings such as Canadian bacon and anchovies alongside specialty pies including barbecue chicken pizza and the veggie deluxe (topped with mushrooms, tomato, onions and green peppers. This location is near Busch Stadium, making it easy for hungry sports fans to pop in and grab a bite before the game.
The King Louie's in King Louie's Empire Deli & Pizza refers not to the late, much loved restaurant on Chouteau Avenue but an even older spot in Wood River, Illinois. Lou Rook Jr. (father of Annie Gunn’s chef Lou Rook III) founded that King Louie’s, and his sons Dave and Mike have opened this deli and by-the-slice pizza joint on Washington Avenue. Pizza slices are appropriately huge and blanketed in melted mozzarella. You can also order whole pies with the toppings of your choice, or you can choose one of the restaurant’s specialty pies. The deli menu features several sandwiches, including a classic Reuben, a stack of rare roast beef and a sort-of upscale cheesesteak featuring thinly sliced rib eye.
Dives usually aren't this spacious; there are enough tables and chairs set up in Maurizio's to make it look like a cross between a sports bar and a corporate cafeteria. Dives also never boast menus this expansive: New York-style pizzas, strombolis, lasagna, manicotti, rib-eye steak, lemon chicken, pork steak, subs, burgers, salads and -- the icing on the cake -- tiramisu. And while the tons of food at cheap prices is great and all, what makes Maurizio's a don't-miss is the late-night people-watching. Open till 3 a.m. seven days a week, Maurizio's is the place to cap off a night of downtown debauchery -- and to witness all walks of Lou life in their after-hours glory.
No one in St. Louis—or anywhere else in America—is surprised that Papa John's survived its post-presidential-election "Obama Care price hike" kerfluffle. With upwards of 4,000 pizza parlors (more than 2,600 of them in the U.S.) worldwide, this industry leader could theoretically afford its threat to raise pizza prices if health-care-reform took effect. Papa John's revolutionized to-go dining by allowing customers to text in their orders, and was the first parlor in the U.S. to offer all-natural pizza pies. Menu items include Papa John's long-popular Five Sausage Pizza, made with chorizo, pork, smoked, and two different Italian sausages, or John's Favorite, concocted by founder John Schnatter and piled with pepperoni, sausage, and six different cheeses. Thin and thick crusts are available on every pie, and online ordering offers discounts to returning customers. Papa John's is easy to find on Voice Places.
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.
13 total results

Best Things to Do In St. Louis

Newsletters

Never miss a beat

Sign Up Now

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.


© 2018 Riverfront Times

Website powered by Foundation