New St. Louis Area Restaurants to Check Out This Summer [PHOTOS]
By Riverfront Times Staff
The weather is starting to heat up, and the restaurant opening are coming in hot. If you need plans on what to do this summer, why not try and tackle all the new spots the area has to offer? Your taste buds may thank you.
Here's our list of places to check out. Let us know if we missed any in the comments.
4 Hens Creole Kitchen (inside the City Foundry, 3730 Foundry Way)
Pictured here is the Shrimp Po'Boy. It comes with blackened shrimp and homemade remoulade sauce. Read more about it here.
Burger 809 (inside Bluewood Brewing, 1821 Cherokee Street, 314-899-5959, burger809.com)
Not really new, but in a new location that allows dine-in, Burger 809 "shines" in its new space, Cheryl Baehr writes.
Saucy Porka (3900 Laclede Avenue, 314-818-2700, saucyporka.com)
Pictured is a selection of dishes from Saucy Porka: egg rolls, ropa vieja beef, Mexi Pho, paella, Bacos and Cheesy Buddha banh mi. Read more here.
Spoonful Deserts (12943 Olive Boulevard, 314-485-1757)
Bingsu is like creamy snow and topped with a variety of fruits and sauces. Read more about it here.
June's Breakfast + Patio (430 South Main Street, Shiloh, Illinois)
Read more about June's here.
Prism (4510 Manchester Avenue)
Prism is more a bar than a restaurant, but does sometimes host drag brunches. Read more about it here.
The Wine Cafe (703 S. Main Street, Saint Charles; 636-328-5661)
The Wine Cafe opened in March, and features a variety of wine and finger foods, as well as salads.