4 based on 1135 reviews
Providing delicious old-fashioned sodas and a great, family-friendly dining experience in the historic Delmar Loop. Open everyday at 11 a.m.
We do like stopping here. We were hoping a Tuesday afternoon after 1230 they would not be packed. Forgot schools in session and tourist season is slowing. Very good service from Danielle!Seated right away close to the bottling line. Unfortunately was not runningI knew I would have a root beer float. They are huge, ice cream is excellent and running over the sides of the glass. Never disappoints. They have other flavors we saw cream soda and orange.My wife had the fish tacos. Loaded with fish and other things served on soft tacos. Side was black beans and rice. There were also two diff side cups of sauce for the tacos. She thought this was very good.I ordered the turkey pastrami Reuben. Disappointing. The marble rye was good but the turkey pastrami was plain turkey fried on flat top and then had added cheese and very little kraut. Did not eat half of it nor did we take with us. My side was the slaw, just ok. We will go back and I will order diff food but always the root beer float.
4 based on 168 reviews
This is a place I just don't get. No question it is popular. I have been here a couple of times, the latest last week. Never have I had anything better than a mediocre meal. And last time my wife had the Florentine crepe, resulting in her having to spend the rest of the morning in the smallest room of our house. She was very unhappy. It was crowded and the only table we could get was near the door, so that every time it opened we were greeted by a cold draft. Not a good experience. The design is faux-French is intention, but basically it is dark and dingy.Plus, it is one of those restaurants which make you pay a tip before you have had any form of service. Not sure why people put up with this. My last visit.
4 based on 526 reviews
With an indulgent menu focused on superior quality seafood, Bristol Seafood Grill crafts its dishes with exacting standards & pampers its guests in a comfortable atmosphere. Featuring a generous cellar selection, an oyster bar & creative cuisine, Bristol
The Restaurant was packed on a Wednesday evening, principally a good sign. Reservations are a must.Attentive service, explaining the specials, knowledgeable regarding everything on the Menu. My starter was salmon carpaccio with prawn ceviche. Excellent, not too big in size - real starter. As main I had the Barramundi which was grilled well however, seasoned with far too much salt. Asking the Colleagues on the table they all felt the same, all fish dishes were too salty - the reason for me only rating with 3 stars.Desert still fitted in, i had the cheese cake with pineapple sorbet - delicious. I am sorry about your Visit. We are much better than what you experienced. I will get with my chef and make sure we review proper seasoning with our line team. If there is anything I can do for you in the future to make up for this please reach out to me at [email protected] We thank you for your business. Thanks, Mitch Cleary General Manager.
4 based on 184 reviews
This is one of the coolest eateries I've been too! Fantastic food and incredible service. Simple food made fun and special by little touches. The Onion/Jalapeno Burger is out of this world and so is the Chicken Salad. Even simplest of salads are made special by the delicious dressings. Highly recommend you try this breakfast / lunch spot. You won't regret it!
4 based on 115 reviews
We had a very good experience dining at the 5 Star Burgers. We arrived toward the end of Happy Hour so it was pretty busy but it soon thinned out so we could get a table and get started with some really good angus burgers. We really appreciated that there was no antibiotics or growth hormones in the beef. We'll be back for more burgers and those sweet potato fries.
4 based on 279 reviews
Recently dined here as part of an Aniversary celebration. Apologize for not remembering our servers name. Young lady wiith blond ponytil, that was attentive and knowledgale. Quick note on this she was friendly and upbeat but neither my spouse or myself noticed any of the other servers even smile during our stay. Did not affect our meal in any way, just seems curious.Anyway BH had Oysters Rocekefeller and I had Lobster clam chowder as an appitizer. The Corn chowder was probably the best soup I have ever had. Oysters were very tasty also. Bh had a small Filet, and I had the rib-eye, both were cooked exactly as requested and very flavorful, various sides - Loster mac n cheese, brussel sprouts (amazing) and grilled asparagus were all excellent. Could not complete more than half the bounty and had a woderful lunch the next day of the leftovers. Keep this in mind when you get your tab, and it is a it pricey, but well worth and you are actually paying for wo meals each with the large servings.
4 based on 324 reviews
Like several other reviewers, stumbled upon Bandanas while staying at hotel next door due to a cancelled flight. Service prompt and friendly. Decided upon the pork and beef combo and they were both equally excellent. The selection of sauces available included something for everyone. Manager stopped by to check on things. For dessert, the in house baked cherry pie was served warm and al amode; it was a delicious ending to the most memorable meal I had in four weeks of travel. If I ever return to the Saint Louis area, I will definitely return to Bandanas,.
4 based on 294 reviews
Kreis' has been a St. Louis favorite for over 60 years. Famous for our world renowned Prime Rib.
Chose Kreis Restaurant to celebrate a 50th anniversary for my sister-in- law and her husband. It was a perfect dinner and great experience. The service is second to none. The women both had the prime rib, which was amazing. Cooked tp perfection. The men had the special, which was a peppercorn filet. Great flavor and very tender!!! You will never be disappointed with Kreisâs!!!
4 based on 48 reviews
Last time we were in St. Louis, we happened to be driving along St. Charles Rock Road, and I couldn't believe that I spotted a Chuck-a-Burger. My mom used to take my sister and me to one of these on old US 66 in Crestwood 55 years ago after we'd visit the dentist or the now defunct shopping center-mall.We had one of our granddaughters traveling with us, and luckily we hadn't yet eaten supper, so we pulled in and found they still have curb-service though not like it used to be at the Chuck-a-Burger where we used to eat. I had to have my old favorite, the pizzaburger, and we also tried a chicken-fried-steak sandwich and a coney island (no onions, please) along with some shoestring fries and onion rings. I don't remember pineapple shakes being on the menu when I was a kid, but I ordered one of those. My wife got a chocolate malt, and granddaughter an oreo shake.The food was decent, and we had a great time eating in the car; well, at least I did. I even bought a t-shirt.I had no idea any Chuck-a-Burgers were left, but the waitress told me that this one is going strong and really packs in the crowds on summer weekends, especially when they sponsor hotrod and custom car shows.
4 based on 253 reviews
Featuring local "farm to table" food using a breadth of farmer in the Missouri and Illinois communities. When asked to define of The Crossing, Owner/Executive Chef Jim Fiala often says that he is a chef that buys locally whenever possible and cooks as any
This place was packed on a Thursday evening so lucky we got last minute reservations. Our meals were absolutely outstanding. The Heirloom tomato and burrata cheese salad was my favorite, although my husband liked his local peach salad a lot. He declared his branzino fish dish the best he had ever had and I agreed after a couple of tastes on my part. My morel pasta was wonderful. The only downfall was since I have to be gluten free, the gluten free pastas are not as good as regular, but the dish itself was a treat. The flourless chocolate cake with ice cream was divine. Definitely would go to this restaurant when in the area next, but would try the tasting menu to get a wider sampling of this wonderful cuisine.
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