- CTClayT1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoAlways a treat to have a nice dinner at Charlie Gitto’s. Service was fantastic, and the entrees were delicious, per usual. Our waiter made it a point of asking the occasion for our visit, and it so happened my wife and I were celebrating our 30 year wedding anniversary. Upon conclusion of our meal, we were presented with a delicious dessert to celebrate. Will definitely be back again!More infoCharlie Gitto's 'On the Hill'Price: Expensive• Italian• The Hill•4.8
- KMKateMSt. Louis •11 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoThe BOB is the best!! Been going there for years. The food is outstanding! Staff, entertainment, ambiance can't be beat!More infoBroadway Oyster BarPrice: Moderate• Seafood• St. Louis•4.7
- JGJamieGWashington, D.C. Area •4 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoOur waitress Jordan was perfect. We’ve had her a few times and she remembered us. She strikes the perfect balance of attentiveness without being overbearing (we’ve been to some restaurants in STL where the wait staff visits the table every five minutes). Food is outstanding as always!More infoFrazer's Restaurant & LoungePrice: Moderate• American• Soulard / Benton Park•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerSan Francisco Bay Area •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Wow! This place is absolutely amazing. We visited for a Sunday Brunch, and we absolutely cannot wait to back. We both loved our food and cocktails, and out waitress did a fantastic job. Very kind and attentive. Compliments to the chef. Seriously one of the best brunch spot I have ever experienced. Can’t wait to go and experience a lunch/dinner.More infoBrasserie by NichePrice: Moderate• French• St. Louis•4.9
Top Hispanic Owned and Operated Restaurants in the U.S.
September 15th to October 15th brings the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a time that honors the cultures of people whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain. A big part of the cultural heritage that many Latinx people share in this country is food. To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, below find Hispanic-owned and -operated across the U.S.
The Soulard and Benton Park regions of St. Louis are two of the city's quaintest neighborhoods that not only feature a great array of 19th Century architecture but also highlight some of the best eateries in the city. Interstate 55 runs right between the two locales, making it an easy destination for people looking to visit St. Louis and take in an excellent meal. There is no shortage of places to eat in St. Louis, ranging from cafe bistros to authentic German food from the Soulard district. The east side is Benton Park, and the areas practically combine to make one of the most popular parts of town for baseball fans who come to take in a meal either before or after the game. Both fine dining and short order entree restaurant bars abound in this "south side of town" region.