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Good St. Louis dines?

What are some good local spots to dine at? I'm looking for brunch, lunch, and dinner spots that are good for a small group and are relatively inexpensive to moderately-priced.  Thanks!

6 Answers

top answer by
Morgan from New York City

Half & Half in Clayton is a fantastic brunch spot, they have a separate specialty coffee menu if you're into that as well as a variety of great brunch dishes. Rooster also has wonderful brunch options, more along the lines of crepes and french toast, and is located more downtown. Fitz's is a source of local pride due to their famous root beer which they bottle in-shop (you can watch the process while you eat). Mission Taco Joint - Delmar Loop serves individual tacos that are unique (duck, cactus) and fantastic. I highly recommend their Carne Asada fries appetizer, it's absolutely amazing. Both above restaurants are reasonably priced options for lunch or dinner. Crown Candy Kitchen is your traditional Midwestern diner but with incredible food for a cheap price and is a St. Louis favorite where locals line up outside. Make sure you order a malt! The surrounding area can be sketchy (another part of St. Louis culture..) so better to go during the day. A lot of these places can fill up at lunch time/the weekend so you may want to make a reservation if possible. Also make sure to get your hands on some gooey butter cake, a St. Louis delight. St. Louis is a secret food jackpot, enjoy!

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  1. Half & Half (restaurant)
  2. Rooster (restaurant)
  3. Fitz's (restaurant)
  4. Mission Taco Joint - Delmar Loop (restaurant)
  5. Crown Candy Kitchen (attraction)
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answered first by
Matt from New York City

Try Rigazzi's on The Hill for tasty and reasonably priced Italian food in a fun atmosphere. Try the toasted ravioli and one of their large glass schooner of beer or your favorite drink. If you like BBQ, don't miss Pappy's Smokehouse - but go early because they sell out quickly. Enjoy your trip!

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  1. Rigazzi's (restaurant)
  2. Pappy's Smokehouse (restaurant)
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answered by
Shelby from St. Louis

For Brunch I suggest the Wild Flower in the Central West End, very good brunch items. For Lunch Courtesy Diner very fun diner to eat at. For dinner go to the The Hill you will certainly find somewhere to dine on the hill.

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  1. Wild Flower (restaurant)
  2. Courtesy Diner (restaurant)
  3. The Hill (attraction)
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answered by
Jennifer from St. Louis

I highly suggest you check out Downtown Clayton there are restaurants all over that are delicious...every street has atleast 3 restaurants on it 

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answered by
Maria from Fort Worth

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  1. Gooey Louie (restaurant)
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answered by
Jacey & Scott from Fort Collins

Charlie Gittos Pasta House or the location on the hill are classics.  Hodak's Restaurant & Bar has amazing fried chicken.  Broadway Oyster Bar and Pappy's Smokehouse for BBQ.

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  1. Charlie Gittos Pasta House (restaurant)
  2. Hodak's Restaurant & Bar (restaurant)
  3. Broadway Oyster Bar (restaurant)
  4. Pappy's Smokehouse (restaurant)
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