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This twelve-screen theater is located off Olive Boulevard in Creve Coeur, between Lindbergh Boulevard and Spoede Road. It features Real D 3D, wheelchair-accessible stadium seating and a snack bar in the lobby.
This sixteen-screen theater is located off Olive Boulevard between Heritage Place and Kram Road. It features wheelchair-accessible stadium seating, closed captioning, assisted listening devices and a snack bar in the lobby.
An all-you-can-Russian buffet might sound like a punch line, but the food at Astoria is no joke (though at $8.95 for lunch and $12.95 for dinner, it is a steal). Those who crave hearty Russian staples such as borscht, beef stroganoff and latkes will be more than satisfied, but be sure to try a few unfamiliar dishes: Golubtsy, beef and rice wrapped inside cabbage leaves, are compulsively edible; and the Uzbek dish honan is the love child of pork dumplings and lasagna. Chase it with one of many Russian beers or a bracing shot of icy vodka and be glad the Cold War is a distant memory.
The Bagel Factory is a coffee shop and cafe located in Creve Couer.
Bellerive Country Club is a golf country club located in Town and Country, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. The course will be hosting the 2013 Senior PGA Championship, and also the 100th annual PGA Championship, which will be held in 2018.
Voice Places is your guide to Ben & Jerry's in St. Louis. The brainchild of two self-proclaimed Vermont hippies back in the 1970s, Ben & Jerry's has grown into a worldwide ice cream empire. Despite being bought out by megacorporation Unilever in 2000, the brand has remained true to its crunchy roots by supporting various causes such as campaign spending reform and even the Occupy movement. Its scoop shops serve up all the B&J's classics, from wacky flavors named for jam bands (Phish Food and Cherry Garcia) to newer creations like the Stephen Colbert-endorsed Americone Dream, plus sundaes, shakes, smoothies and coffee drinks.
Borders needs no introduction as a corporate behemoth, but it also has a quieter, coffeeshop side that features local and nationally touring folk and folk-rock acts in a minimalist, bookish setting.
Just west of Ballas Road in Creve Coeur lies upscale seafood restaurant Bristol. Classic dishes such as crab cakes and tuna tartare intermingle with modern takes such as lobster tamales and coconut-green curry mussels on the appetizer menu. At lunch, diners can opt for a "power-lunch combo," which includes a bowl of soup or salad and a smaller selection of the restaurant's entrées, including roasted duck flat bread and sushi rolls. Naturally, the main event at Bristol is the seafood, with a large variety of entrée fish, including catfish, trout, monkfish, swordfish and salmon. For those who aren't fish-friendly, Bristol also offers steaks, a chicken dish and even a vegetarian menu. The restaurant also serves a Sunday brunch buffet and hosts special events.
California Pizza Kitchen originated in Beverly Hills in 1985, riding the "California cuisine" wave that would come to define the culinary decade; the company now boasts 250 locations of casual sit-down eateries with modern, neutral decor and a casual-yet-upscale feel. A pioneer of envelope-pushing fusion pizzas, the chain claims to have invented the now-ubiquitous barbecue chicken pizza, an anchor of a menu that offers pies topped with everything from Thai-spiced chicken with peanut sauce and bean sprouts to bacon, avocado and mayo-dressed lettuce on three different crust options: original, honey-wheat or thin and crispy. Besides the namesake pizzas, CPK offers hungry St. Louis diners a full menu of "California twist[s] on global flavors" including enormous salads like the Spago-inspired Chinese Chicken and a so-right-now Quinoa and Arugula, plus other globe-trotting items ranging from "Tuscan" hummus and tortilla soup to fish tacos and cedar-plank salmon. California Pizza Kitchen is easy to find on Voice Places.
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