St. Louis: Where to eat | Midwest Living

St. Louis: Where to eat

St. Louis' downtown and neighborhoods offer intriguing dining options. Try Soulard for New Orleans-inspired cuisine or The Hill for authentic Italian.
Charlie Gitto's fried ravioli
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Blueberry Hill
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BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups Downtown, you’ll find great catfish po’boys, gumbo and sweet potato pie. See reviews and ratings. (314) 436-5222;

Blueberry Hill Head to the Delmar Loop music club and eatery to nosh on burgers, sip brews and perhaps catch a show; Chuck Berry performs monthly. See reviews and ratings. (314) 727-4444;

Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar A long wine list complements the inventive salad and entree options. See reviews and ratings. (314) 241-8141;

Charlie Gitto’s (on The Hill) The restaurant serves famous toasted ravioli. (314) 772-8898;

Cheese-ology Macaroni and Cheese Choose from more than a dozen mac and cheeses, including the Mediterranean with olives and goat cheese, in the Delmar Loop. See reviews and ratings. (314) 863-6365;

Crown Candy Kitchen Established in 1913 and still going strong, it’s a destination for luscious sundaes. See reviews and ratings. (314) 621-9650; 

Molly’s in Soulard Alligator rangoon is popular at a place known for Cajun and Creole food and live music. See reviews and ratings. (314) 241-6200;

Mosaic Modern Fusion Slide into high-backed booths for tapas, including butter-poached lobster with mushrooms and black truffle emulsion. See reviews and ratings. (314) 621-6001; 

Trattoria Marcella Fresh, honest-to-goodness Italian comfort foods—from pasta and risotto to seafood and steak—fill the menu. See reviews and ratings. (314) 352-7706;

Winslow’s Home A 1926 building that was originally a general store has become a gift shop-cafe. Try the spinach, egg and cheese breakfast burrito or brisket sandwich. See reviews and ratings. (314) 725-7559;

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