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Boundary is an American brasserie serving modern American cuisine with international accents. Our raw bar offers the highest quality oysters in the St. Louis area along with a daily selection of crudos and ceviches. Boundary's chefs have cultivated strong relationships with local farmers and ranchers, so access to the best seasonal local ingredients drives our kitchen to always offer new and exciting dishes. Our bar staff collaborates regularly with the kitchen to develop seasonally rotating cocktail offerings, as well, and our wine program boasts a wide assortment of exceptional wines to accompany any dish or occasion.
St. Louis, MO 63117
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 11a-2p 4p-10p
Friday-Saturday: 11a-2p 4p-11p
Sunday: 10a-2p 4p-9p
Sunday Brunch 10a-2p
*Happy Hour 4pm-6pm Monday - Friday*
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet Parking Available
Chef Rex Hale
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Boundary offers several great options for groups looking for a more private dining experience
Boundary Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I had a wonderful experience on our dinner date here. Our server, Nadiia. was the best. Our food was amazing; specifically, the oysters were top notch. It’s hard to find restaurants in the Midwest who serve raw oysters properly with the appropriate garnishes. Our cocktails were perfect. Appreciated the variety of gin cocktails on the menu. I ordered Bark at the Moon and was pleasantly surprised by the mix of flavor profiles. I loved the restaurant’s ambiance, very trendy and cozy. Almost passed on dessert but Nadiia brought us out a little popcorn ice cream. Holy moly. That was good. However ... First impressions are so important. And the hostess was a bit curt in her welcome. As a former hostess AND server in the restaurant industry, I never want to feel like I’m an inconvenience. I should be greeted with words, not with silence and harsh eyes. Felt like I was supposed to ask how I could help her. That said, it was all uphill from there. We will be back. And I hope Nadiia is our server again.
Reunion lunch of 1954 High School classmates. Large party in the main dining area - vey noisy. Moved to another table and when the bar area filled, very difficult to hear.
Suggestion: when ordering draft beer, it would be nice to be able to taste a small sample.
We used to love Boundary when it was the Restaurant. Now that Boundary has taken over we have been there three times the service has been slow our food came out
Luke warm. Which isn't a good temperature for soup or scallops. The noise level was unbearable. We were in the back by the kitchen by a large party. When your dinner guest have to yell to he heard across the table it makes for an extremely unpleasant dining experience. The appetizers were delicious unfortunately the entres were not. We didn't complain about the soup or the scallops because we had already waited so long for the food and as I said the noise level was awful.
We won't be returning to
Boundary for dinner
Boundary is a little of a hidden gem and while I am selfish and would love to keep the secret I have to let folks know that this a a restaurant you shouldn't pass on. Located in same space as the Cheshire Inn and above Basso sits Boundary. It's a cool, laid-back, modern restaurant with great ambience. The menu is well thought through with solid selections for entrees. If there is one area I would step up a little would be the Bar program. None of the specialty drink jumped out to me as something interesting enough to try. However that is such a small quibble with such good food and outstanding service. Check out Boundary and ask for Nadia. :-)
I chose this restaurant due to the fact neither of us had dined here. Now this was a Monday evening, so the place was pretty quiet. The bartender was very accommodating and the menu was simple. I wouldn't say the food was enjoyable to eat. I feel later in the week or on the weekend it would be a vibrant place.
Use to be an amazing place 3 years ago. We were back in town, dinner was awful and service was lacking. They were having a bar training on a Friday night 6pm. We were 1 of 2 tables on a Friday night. We never saw our server after he took our order. Huge disappointment and we ended up going to Bread Company in our suits before heading to the Symphony.
The food was really good, except there were plastic-y pieces in the chocolate mousse (which we later learned is some sort of dissolving gelatin that they use, except that it didn't dissolve). But otherwise, everything was delicious and the drinks were phenomenal as well!
Stopped for dinner on a quiet Sunday night. Tried sangria, red and white, and also nice choice of beer on tap. Service was attentive but not hovering. One entree was great but the other was not satisfactory. The manager gladly did not charge us. Nice for a quiet evening.
The food was absolutely fantastic! A group of us went to dinner there. Our server was awesome. Quick, efficient, friendly, etc. The food was out of bounds. Our group tried everything from the appetizers, to the happy hour menu (very reasonably priced btw), creative cocktails and finally an amazing dinner. I would highly recommend this spot to anyone looking for a great restaurant on a night out.
Perfect central location for a happy hour or a business lunch or dinner. Love the decor and ambiance. It is great to see a historic building back to life. Try the poutine and specialty drinks they were delicious! Would definitely go back with friends for any occasion.
Love the restaurant itself, the live music during brunch, and most items during brunch were delicious. My only disappointments were the Bloody Mary mixes (very bland and too chunky), and the restaurant is quite noisy during brunch making conversation between 5 people a bit of a challenge.
I hate to be negative, because the service was wonderful, but I wasn't impressed overall. We weren't fans of being seated in rear of restaurant near the kitchen. It was noisy, and I felt like I was in a basement. My scallops were ok. A couple were a little burnt on the top, and had an acrid taste. Additionally the risotto could have been more creamy. The fat wasn't rendered in the bacon, and had a rubbery consistency. Just a little more attention to detail would have been nice. Plus the food came out super fast, so I wonder how much was prepared beforehand...? As I said, I hate to be negative, but when we spend 100+, it should be outstanding.
We stay at the Cheshire to attend the Many. Wish I could say more, but after four visits over a two years, I wish they would change the menu. It's boring. Service was excellent and the side booths are much quieter than middle tables. Get creative, Mr. Chef- you can do it!
I read reviews, both pro and con, so did not quite know what to expect. We went there before the Muny so we could take the shuttle. We thought the food was very good. Our server, Miranda was excellent. We enjoyed the scallops, which were cooked perfectly. We will go there again.
Food was excellent, quality as well as presentation. Servers were good tho they gave our friends our salad and entrée and us theirs (no problem - we traded) We'd asked for a quiet table which ours was when we arrived but as other guests arrived it got noisier.
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