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Brought a group of nine for a special occasion. Received a high-top table which was a bit challenging for older members of the group. Wished they had asked me about this, as I did make a reservation well in advance. Service had a few hiccups as I asked server to take my order last and she forgot me all together. Décor is beautiful and food was good, but live entertainment was mic'd and so loud we could not hear each other to talk at all. Overall, a good experience but small issues were frustrating for amount spent ($394). Hoping those can be resolved in time- MoreOpenTable Diner -
I liked it, food was good, the crabmeat bisque was very good, it was quiet, service was excellent. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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One of the most popular family-owned eateries on The Hill in St. Louis since 2003, Anthonino’s serves a unique mix of Italian and Greek specialties. Whether you’re one of our treasured regulars, or you’re visiting for the first time, our aim is the same; from the moment you walk through the door to the final sip of your after dinner drink, we hope you walk away having gained something wonderful from the experience.
What sets Anthonino’s apart from other authentic Italian restaurants on The Hill is the addition of Greek specialties to the extensive and eclectic menu. Influenced by their Italian father and Greek mother, owners (and brothers) Anthony and Rosario Scarato grew up having experienced the best of both cultures. Recognizing the finer points of each country’s cuisine, their goal in opening Anthonino’s was to craft a perfect mix of the best rich, decadent Italian dishes with classic, flavorful Greek fare.More
Welcome to Das Bevo! We're home to the century-old, giant windmill in the heart of St. Louis. Originally built by the Busch family as a rest stop between the storied Anheuser-Busch brewery and what is now known as Grant's Farm, Das Bevo has been entertaining the area's most interesting and over-the-top characters and their friends and family for over 100 years.More
Ernesto’s butter-hued walls appear to melt in the light from wall sconces and flickering candles. Above lush hardwood paneling, several framed photographs offer a glimpse of Hemingway at his most virile––aggressively writing at his desk, and using a large steak as a body pillow. For a touch of warmth during cool weather, patrons can also retreat outdoors, where a mammoth brick fireplace casts a rich glow on Ernesto’s sleek cobblestone patio.More
Afternoon Tea is an old British tradition focused on refined social gathering.
We are owned by a British couple (Alan and Pat) who wanted to bring a taste of British culture to St. Louis. Anna Myers (from Dorset, UK) oversees and manages the Hyde Park Room and the Afternoon Tea service. Our menu changes from month to month as we make most of the tea in house and change around what we bake and serve as the mood suits us. Each person will receive a pot of tea from our Hyde Park tea menu, a selection of petit fours, cakes and pastries, scones with Devonshire cream and jam, and a selection of tea sandwiches.More
Wasabi Sushi Bar has been proudly serving the communities of our 7 locations across Missouri and Illinois for over 20 years.
No matter where you are in the St. Louis area, you’ll enjoy a well-crafted experience tailored to your specific needs.
Our success is owed entirely to our loyal customers, and we take pride in serving our Wasabi family not just at our restaurants, but also by supporting the community through philanthropy and charitable events.
Please stop by and see what is truly unique at Wasabi Sushi Bars.
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Whether you're in the mood for a hearty meal with the family or a fine dining experience with someone special, you can easily find the perfect restaurant in St. Louis. This city is a hotbed of barbecued treats, which includes pulled pork sandwiches, saucy ribs and more. Pair these options with Southern comfort foods like mac and cheese or mashed potatoes to delight your taste buds. For a more sophisticated dining experience, numerous upscale steakhouses serve farm-raised beef steaks and fresh seafood options. St. Louis’ culinary options extend far beyond traditional American fare. In this river town, you can find an incredible range of cultural foods, including Indian cuisine, Italian foods, Chinese options, Mexican fare and more.