Visitors Guide to
Places to Eat
in St. Louis & St. Louis County
The following restaurants have been selected as a sample of what the St. Louis area has to offer. Links have been provided at the bottom of the page so that you can further explore the unique and diverse dining experiences of metropolitan St. Louis. 
1059 S. Big Bend Road
St. Louis, MO
  Voted "Best St. Louis Restaurant" by Gourmet magazine, Harvest features fresh local and seasonal ingredients, beautifully presented, in a casual, warm setting. Harvest takes American cuisine to a new level, transforming seafood, steaks, chicken, game, and vegetables taste-tempting, beautiful presentations.
J. Buck's Restaurant
Interco Tower
101 S. Hanley Road

Clayton, MO
  J. Bucks features a casual atmosphere and great American cuisine with fresh ingredients. You can spend a little or a lot, have a casual lunch or a romantic dinner, meet friends on the way to the game or just a quick bite.
Schlafly Bottleworks

7260 Southwest Avenue
St. Louis, MO
  This brewery restaurant is housed in a beautifully restored historic building and features handcrafted Schlafly Beers. Recipes are carefully designed celebrating the midwestern table and executed so that our food and beer complement and enhance each other's flavors.
1860 Saloon, Hard Shell Cafe, & Geyer House
1860 S. Ninth Street
St. Louis, MO
  Three great experiences in one location in Historic Soulard, just a couple of minutes south of downtown St. Louis. Featuring the best in live St. Louis Blues music, the best in fresh seafood & Cajun specialties, and premium steaks and flavorful pasta.
An American Place
822 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO
  Owned and operated by nationally renowned chef, Larry Forgione, considered the "Godfather" of American cuisine. Forgione and Chef Josh Galliano offer a menu reflecting the best of local family farmers and the American harvest.
BB's Jazz, Blues
& Soups
700 S. Broadway

St. Louis, MO
  These days the best blues in town can be found in the South Broadway triangle and BB's anchors the area. This live music nightclub restaurant specializes in St. Louis-style cuisine with local and national jazz and blues acts appearing nightly.
Broadway Oyster Bar
St. Louis, MO
  736 S. Broadway
The Drunken Fish
St. Louis, MO
  612 N. Second Street
Dubliner Irish Pub & Bistro
St. Louis, MO
  1025 Washington Avenue
Eleven Eleven Mississippi
St. Louis, MO
  1111 Mississippi Avenue
Fat Toney's Bar-B-Que
St. Louis, MO
  1627 S. Ninth Street
Joseph's Downtown
St. Louis, MO
  107 N. Sixth Street
The following websites have more extensive listing of restaurants in the metropolitan St. Louis area:
Best of 2013 - The results of the Riverfront Times annual poll gives readers a good idea of where St. Louisans like to eat. The site also lists the results from previous years.  - has been covering the St. Louis restaurant scene since 1999. Their easy to use search engine will get you to where you want to go. - The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission website lists area restaurants by geographical region. - Dining St. Louis provides a selection of fine restaurants and a visual guide to historic neighborhoods in Missouri and Southwestern Illinois.
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