Tag: vegetarian

Dining Out: St. Louis

I Love Juice Bar

Wasn’t it great complaining/humble-bragging to your coworkers at work the last few days about how you’re still full from Christmas feasting, when you expertly prepared that whatever? First of all,…

Recipes

Butternut Squash Gratin

As far as I’m concerned, winter has only one positive: layering. Layers of clothing that hide the squishy body you’re hiding beneath, thanks to all the heavy, soul-warming…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Kitchen Kulture

I can’t recall if it was last winter or the winter before it when I first encountered Kitchen Kulture, but I remember it like it was yesterday: I was…

Dining Out: St. Louis

With Food and Love: Midsummer

For you pop-up dinner lovers, I’ve got another option for you: fellow food blogger Sherrie Castellano of With Food and Love has started a series of small, intimate dinners. And,…

Recipes

Beets by Nate

I am an obsessive watcher of Mind of a Chef, an avid reader of high-end cookbooks, and quite possibly a restaurant groupie. I’d rather sit at the Chef’s Counter in…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Priyaa

You could poke my eyes out and deafen me, then wheel me into almost any Indian restaurant in town and I could order without seeing the menu or…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Brasserie by Niche

Maybe I’m lying to myself when I say I don’t like French food. Every time I eat at Brasserie by Niche, I end up with enough food to choke…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Mai Lee

Here we are with another edition of Whiskey & Soba goes to Mai Lee, St. Louis’ best Vietnamese restaurant, and tries stuff he’s never had before. Things kicked…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Pizzeoli Neapolitan Pizza

I told you in my A Pizza Story post that I’d be getting to Pizzeoli next and here we are. Housed in a small Soulard space, Pizzeoli has 6 or 7…

Dish of the Day

Schlafly Bottleworks’ Turkey Burger

One of my favorite lunch spots is at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. It’s got a huge patio, a big menu and more beer than Andre the Giant could drink. The…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Pi Pizzeria

Spending Sunday with loved ones is the best way to do it, as far as I’m concerned, which is why I spent my Sunday at Pi in Kirkwood…