Feast on St. Louis

Search our Dining Section
Feast on St. Louis Delmar Loop
Named one of the top 10 streets in the U.S., The Loop is a vibrant, multicultural neighborhood that will keep you engaged from morning to night with great shopping, entertainment and dining.
Feast on St. Louis Clayton
The city of Clayton is a bustling hub of commerce, culture and high-quality cuisine. Gleaming high-rises and cozy boutiques share space with specialty stores, sleek bars and unique restaurants.
Downtown is at the heart of St. Louis' urban core, where a diverse mix of culinary destinations awaits locals and visitors alike.
While perhaps less iconic than Arch and less flashy than The Loop’s neon lights, Webster Groves, is a culinary and visitor destination in its own right.
For a taste of global cuisine, head to South Grand, where you can experience the flavor of the Philippines, Iran, Japan, Vietnam and more, all along one tree-lined avenue.
The charming, walkable community of Maplewood is packed with food-centric places to explore, from craft breweries to artisan chocolate shops to gastropubs.
Soulard is a historic 19th-century neighborhood just south of Downtown that is home to the city's annual Mardi Gras celebration. Visit this part of town for gorgeous architecture, bustling bars and great eats.
The Hill is famous for its Italian markets and restaurants. Visitors and locals alike flock to this historic part of the city to explore the family-friendly, tight-knit neighborhood and feast on the flavors of Italy right here at home.
West St. Louis County is known for its family-friendly neighborhoods and caters to a wide range of palates with dining options from sushi to barbecue to amazing sandwiches on fresh-baked bread.
Midtown and The Grove are two of St. Louis' most buzzworthy neighborhoods. Craft beer, barbecue, soul food and over-the-top ice cream are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg in these parts of town.
In the past year, accolades from national publications including and esteemed organizations have named St. Louis-area establishments among the best in the country.
Tucked into Lafayette Square’s beautiful and historic buildings are urban-chic restaurants serving craft beer, Creole fare, new American cuisine and more.
Cherokee Street in St. Louis is a vibrant, up-and-coming hub full of unique flavors, including an incredible range of Mexican spots, inviting bars and everything from ramen to from-scratch breakfast and coffee.
The alfresco, European vibe of the Central West End makes it a perennially popular destination for those looking for a relaxing patio lunch, upscale dinner, contemporary brunch, comfortable café, hopping nightspot and everything in between.
North County is home to restaurants that range from a train-depot-turned-custard-and-sandwich-shop to craft breweries to stick-to-your-ribs barbecue and authentic Italian.
Cibare Italian Kitchen River City Casino
As with most St. Louis neighborhoods, it’s hard to sum up the cuisine of South City and South County in a sentence or two, but suffice it to say, you won’t leave hungry.
Rise Coffee House Coffee
The arts are thriving in the Grand Center Arts District – from theater to music, design to photography, fine art to contemporary exhibits – and especially the culinary arts.
Feast on St. Louis Ted Drewes
From rich and creamy frozen custard to artisan ice cream, you’re sure to find plenty of places to sate your sweet tooth in St. Louis.
Ropers Barbecue Feast on St. Louis
We’ve seen a surge of new barbecue joints open, joining ranks with the longstanding titans in town. From updated takes to classic ‘cue, we explore three options to get your barbecue fix in St. Louis.
Imos Pizza Feast on St. Louis
No matter your opinion on a pizza style, there are plenty of worthy contenders in St. Louis, from square to pie cuts, thin to thick, wood-fired to frozen.

Behind the Apron

We go behind the scenes with Local St. Louis Chefs to hear their stories about their restaurants and how they got started.


Behind the Apron with Kevin Nashan
We go 'Behind the Apron' with James Beard award-winning chef, Kevin Nashan. He talks about his journey to becoming a chef and his two different but equally amazing restaurants, Sidney Street Cafe and Peacemaker Lobster & Crab.
Behind the Apron David Bailey
We go 'Behind the Apron' with David Bailey of Bailey's Restaurants and learn about his journey from opening a small chocolate bar in Lafayette Square to expanding into seven unique restaurant concepts.
Behind the Apron with Gerard Craft
Gerard Craft came into the St. Louis culinary scene with a bang when he opened the original Niche in 2005. Ten years later, he became the first St. Louis chef to take home the coveted James Beard Best Chef: Midwest award in 2015.
The magnetic figure behind Nudo House and Mai Lee, Qui Tran, would rather be referred to as “restaurant dude” than owner or chef. Go 'Behind the Apron' with us to learn about his restaurant business.