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This seven-screen theater is located off Clayton Road in Richmond Heights, between Big Bend Boulevard and Skinker Boulevard. It features Real D 3D, assisted listening devices and a snack bar and small arcade in the lobby.
Basso is Italian for low, and this restaurant is located in the cavernous basement of the Restaurant at the Cheshire. Part of the multimillion-dollar renovation of the Cheshire hotel on the western edge of the city, Basso boasts as its chef Patrick Connolly, a St. Louis native who made his name (including a James Beard Foundation award) in Boston and New York City before returning home. His menu is “Italian gastropub,” which in practice means excellent wood-fired pizzas and rustic pasta dishes. The “McDowell’s Golden Arcs,” with speck, delicata squash and Fontina, is a standout pizza. Among the pastas, try the mafalda, thin ribbons of pasta tossed with a beef and pork ragù, pecorino romano and breadcrumbs.
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.
Bikram Yoga is a demanding series of 26 postures (asanas) done in a heated room that works the entire body for 90 minutes.
A small, higher-end national chain, BlackFinn American Grille (located in the St. Louis Galleria) offers something for everyone, from chicken tenders to crab cakes, fish and chips to Chilean sea bass. Those fish and chips bring tender slabs of haddock in a crisp jacket of deep-fried batter; the fried calamari are pretty good, as is a soft pretzel appetizer. Stop by on your way (or from) the mall's many, many shopping opportunities.
There's nothing particularly Northeastern about the food at this chain. But whatever direction you're coming from in St. Louis, you can always find the nearest Boston Market on Voice Places. Need a pseudo-home-cooked meal in a hurry? Just roll through the drive-through window (or go inside to be mesmerized by all those chickens slowly revolving on the signature Boston Market rotisserie). The comfort-food menu includes juicy chicken and home-style sides like sweet, crumbly cornbread and ridiculously creamy mac and cheese. Go ahead, put it on a plate and pretend you made it with your own two hands--just be sure to replace the plastic cutlery with the real stuff.
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