St. Louis is an essential culinary destination, brimming with world-class restaurants and globally inspired flavors. In The Flavor of St. Louis, a new film produced by Explore St. Louis in partnership with MacGillivray Freeman, you can dig into our region’s innovative food-and-beverage scene and meet four culinarians at the helm. The 30-minute film, which has been accepted into the prestigious St. Louis International Film Festival, gets into the kitchen with Nick Bognar of Indo and Sado, Michael and Tara Gallina of Take Root Hospitality and Simone Faure of La Pâtisserie Chouquette. Through their compelling stories, the film explores what makes St. Louis one of the most intriguing places to eat in the nation.
Nick Bognar of Indo and Sado
Michael and Tara Gallina of Take Root Hospitality
Simone Faure of La Pâtisserie Chouquette
During the St. Louis International Film Festival, The Flavor of St. Louis will screen at Alamo Drafthouse St. Louis on Nov. 15, as part of the shorts program titled Documenting St. Louis.
Impressive in its quality, expansive in its diversity and unique in its breadth, the St. Louis culinary scene will inspire you to plan your itinerary around your next meal. Our restaurants span cuisines, satiating diners with tried-and-true family recipes, creative contemporary dishes, warm comfort foods and local farmers feasts. This is Food and Wine’s next great food city.
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