FOOD & DRINK
New amusement ride planned at Union Station
ST. LOUIS — A new amusement ride could open at Union Station next year. Developers behind the tourist attractions at the site behind the Union Station hotel, 1820 Market St., are seeking permission from the St. Louis Preservation Board, which meets Monday, to add the new ride. The specific...
A Taste of Italy in Ferguson: 4 Italian Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we're going to explore four exceptional Italian restaurants in Ferguson. Have you had a chance to visit any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
St. Louis Zoo to Host Lantern Fest with Thousands of LED Lights
The St. Louis Zoo is hosting a new lantern festival this spring, which will be amazing. The St. Louis Zoo will celebrate something new this spring, hosting the Animals Aglow Lantern Festival from March 13 to May 5. This is a walk-through festival where 50 lanterns towering over you will depict animals, plants, and traditional Chinese elements.
Coffee havens in St. Louis: four must-visit spots
The Mud House isn't to be confused with mudhouse in Springfield or Ozark, Missouri. This Mudd House is located in St. Louis. Visit Mud House's website and straight away, you're made to feel welcome.
Andy Taylor Is Eating His Way to the Best Pizza in St. Louis
He’s aiming to try 50 locally owned pizzerias before the year is through
Bob Cassilly’s Former Workshop Is in Peril of Demolition — Again
The developer who bought the building from Cassilly hasn’t given up on efforts to raze it
Missouri Eatery Among America's 'Top 100 Pizza Spots' In 2024
Yelp compiled a list of the top pizza spots around the country.
The Best Things to Do in St. Louis This Weekend: February 22 to 25
SLAM Underground: Flow, the African American History Trolley Tour, a Good Company pop-up and more
St. Louis Event: Blues, Bourbon, and Beer Extravaganza at Marriott St. Louis Grand
Get ready to sway to the soul-stirring rhythms of the blues, savor the complexity of fine bourbon, and enjoy the refreshing buzz of craft beers at the much-anticipated "Blues, Bourbon and Beer" event. The Marriott St. Louis Grand is set to host this vibrant evening on Thursday, February 22nd from 6pm to 11pm, offering a night of indulgence and entertainment that promises to be a highlight in the city's social calendar.
Kay Quinn: No more TV helmet hair. I've gone pink!
ST. LOUIS — In my line of work, everyone notices when you have a bad hair day. Television news anchors, by definition, are supposed to present the perfect version of themselves on camera every day. So, when the folks at Komen Missouri asked me to wear a pink wig...
Puppies in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in Saint Louis, MO?
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near saint louis.
Rockwell Beer Garden welcomes customers before official season opening
Temperatures in the 70s Wednesday pushed Rockwell Beer Garden to open their windows for customers wanting to grab a bite to eat and enjoy the weather.
Lent 2024: St. Louis-area restaurants offering fish Friday specials
ST. LOUIS — Fish Fridays are back in the Lou! Several St. Louis-area businesses are offering seafood specials for Lent, the 40-day observance of fasting and prayer leading up to Easter Sunday. If you're looking for a fish special from your favorite local restaurant, 5 On Your Side is...
New options from casual to fine dining will be opening soon in O’Fallon
A new culinary team takes over the KC fish fry, plus three long-anticipated restaurants are opening soon, and two national franchises are expanding.
Aldi shares opening date for new Maryland Heights location
A new grocery store offering food at affordable prices is coming this month to west St. Louis County. The grand opening is set for Thursday, Feb. 29.
Vicia Wine Garden Will Open in Taqueria Morita's Former Space This Summer
Also, Vicia is bringing back its a la carte menu
The differentiated Venice Café in St. Louis: a cash-only bar exuding art and drinks
An important note about Venice Café is that it's a cash-only bar (there's an ATM on the premises). Everything else about this venue is either interesting, attractive, lively, or you might not like it. If you like to go somewhere that is differentiated, then you'll probably like this place.
Hot Country Nights in St. Louis Featuring Rising Star Catie Offerman
Country music aficionados, mark your calendars for a boot-stomping good time as the frosty season sizzles with the sounds of Hot Country Nights in St. Louis! This winter tradition is about to get a dose of fresh talent with the up-and-coming country sensation, Catie Offerman, gracing the stage at the lively Ballpark Village.
The Fabulous Fox Theatre reveals 2024-2025 Broadway season
The Fabulous Fox Theatre has announced its lineup for the 2024-2025 Broadway season, promising an eclectic mix of performances that cater to a wide range of theatrical tastes.
Restaurants are looking to add staff, but some jobs are 'not easy' to fill
ST. LOUIS — Danni Eickenhorst in the coming weeks needs to hire between 50 and 60 employees, as she’s currently prepping to open three restaurants. First up, she will next month open Steve’s Meltdown as a brick-and-mortar stand at the City Foundry STL Food Hall in Midtown. And later this spring, she will open a second location of Steve’s Hot Dogs and The Fountain on Delmar, a spinoff of The Fountain on Locust, in Maker’s Locale, a $4 million event and dining complex coming to the Delmar Maker District.