September 28, 2019

New Restaurants Coming to St. Louis This Fall That Everybody Is Excited to Try

The St. Louis area is getting some exciting new eats this fall. Here are a few local eateries on the verge of debuting.

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Grace Chicken + Fish
(4270 Manchester Avenue)
Late nights in The Grove just got a lot tastier thanks to chef Rick Lewis. On Friday, October 4, Lewis will debut the grand-opening service of Grace Chicken + Fish from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., operating out of a walk-up window connected to the chef's Grace Meat + Three. 
Photo credit: Liz Miller
Grace Chicken + Fish
(4270 Manchester Avenue)

Late nights in The Grove just got a lot tastier thanks to chef Rick Lewis. On Friday, October 4, Lewis will debut the grand-opening service of Grace Chicken + Fish from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., operating out of a walk-up window connected to the chef's Grace Meat + Three.

Photo credit: Liz Miller
Knockout BBQ
(3150 S. Grand Boulevard)
Restaurateur Dave Bailey is soon to open Knockout BBQ inside the same space as Rooster on Grand. With Bailey's reputation, it's sure to be a hit.
Photo credit: Mabel Suen
Knockout BBQ
(3150 S. Grand Boulevard)

Restaurateur Dave Bailey is soon to open Knockout BBQ inside the same space as Rooster on Grand. With Bailey's reputation, it's sure to be a hit.

Photo credit: Mabel Suen
Original J's Barbecue
(7359 Forsyth Boulevard)
St. Louis has another smokehouse getting ready to fire up in its thriving barbecue scene — this time from acclaimed chef Mike Randolph. The Tex-Mex-style barbecue restaurant will open in University City in the former Fortel's Pizza Den.
Photo credit: Spencer Pernikoff
Original J's Barbecue
(7359 Forsyth Boulevard)

St. Louis has another smokehouse getting ready to fire up in its thriving barbecue scene — this time from acclaimed chef Mike Randolph. The Tex-Mex-style barbecue restaurant will open in University City in the former Fortel's Pizza Den.

Photo credit: Spencer Pernikoff
Open Concept
(2712 Cherokee Street)
Opening soon in the former Melt space is Open Concept, a space where you pay by the hour for access to an open bar. It's sure to be a hit on Cherokee Street.
Photo credit: Mabel Suen
Open Concept
(2712 Cherokee Street)

Opening soon in the former Melt space is Open Concept, a space where you pay by the hour for access to an open bar. It's sure to be a hit on Cherokee Street.

Photo credit: Mabel Suen
Soda Fountain at Union Station
(1820 Market Street)
This retro-styled restaurant will soon be serving some of the richest, most indulgent spots in town. If you need a huge, beautiful milkshake, this will be your first stop.
Photo credit: courtesy of the St. Louis Wheel
Soda Fountain at Union Station
(1820 Market Street)

This retro-styled restaurant will soon be serving some of the richest, most indulgent spots in town. If you need a huge, beautiful milkshake, this will be your first stop.

Photo credit: courtesy of the St. Louis Wheel
Little Fox
(2800 Shenandoah Avenue)
This Fox Park restaurant is opening in the old Purple Martin space and will offer small plates inspired by European food.
Photo credit: Kelly Glueck
Little Fox
(2800 Shenandoah Avenue)

This Fox Park restaurant is opening in the old Purple Martin space and will offer small plates inspired by European food.

Photo credit: Kelly Glueck
Kickin' Crab
(9616 Olive Boulevard)
This Cajun-style seafood restaurant chain is sure to be a hit at this new location on Olive Boulevard. St. Louis loves these seafood joints.
Photo credit: CDR 'plores NYC&ROC / Flickr
Kickin' Crab
(9616 Olive Boulevard)

This Cajun-style seafood restaurant chain is sure to be a hit at this new location on Olive Boulevard. St. Louis loves these seafood joints.

Photo credit: CDR 'plores NYC&ROC / Flickr
Winslow's Table
(7213 Delmar Boulevard, University City)
Vicia owners Michael and Tara Gallina are about to add one more feather to their already illustrious cap: The restaurant power couple is taking over the University City neighborhood restaurant Winslow's Home (7213 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-725-7559) and renaming it Winslow's Table. 
Photo credit: Jonathan Gayman
Winslow's Table
(7213 Delmar Boulevard, University City)

Vicia owners Michael and Tara Gallina are about to add one more feather to their already illustrious cap: The restaurant power couple is taking over the University City neighborhood restaurant Winslow's Home (7213 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-725-7559) and renaming it Winslow's Table.

Photo credit: Jonathan Gayman
Diego's
(630 North and South Road)
The people behind Frida's are opening a new space at 630 North and South in the old Momo's spot, two blocks north of their location. If the past is any indication, it will be delicious.
Photo credit: Liz Miller
Diego's
(630 North and South Road)

The people behind Frida's are opening a new space at 630 North and South in the old Momo's spot, two blocks north of their location. If the past is any indication, it will be delicious.

Photo credit: Liz Miller
Dough Joe’s Saint Louis (food truck)
(no address)
The St. Louis doughnut shop is expanding from its brick-and-mortar (2222 Shenandoah Avenue) into a converted camper that they'll be using as a food truck. Keep a look out for it on the streets soon.
Photo credit: courtesy of Dough Joe's
Dough Joe’s Saint Louis (food truck)
(no address)

The St. Louis doughnut shop is expanding from its brick-and-mortar (2222 Shenandoah Avenue) into a converted camper that they'll be using as a food truck. Keep a look out for it on the streets soon.

Photo credit: courtesy of Dough Joe's