Brentwood is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, located in St. Louis County, Missouri. The population was 8,055 at the 2010 census. Brentwood is home to Brentwood High School, a 2006 National Blue Ribbon Award winner, and Mark Twain Elementary School, a 2009 and 2017 National Blue Ribbon Award winner.
4.5 based on 391 reviews
I have a severe garlic intolerance. So, why go to an Italian restaurant? Because my husband likes Italian food and I heard Maggiano's accommodates people with food allergies....and indeed they do!! The waitress brought Chef Brian to our table, where he ask me about my food issues and then suggested several options and how he might prepare them for me. He "custom created" my food. Everything I ate was fabulous and without repercussions. Although I could not eat their pasta dishes, I had flavorful choices.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
We specialize in Wood Fired Pizza, slow smoked BBQ and offer a wonderful selection of local craft beer on tap.
This place is a must try!! The house margarita on the rocks with salt is yummy! The Wood Fired BBQ baby back ribs fall off the bone. This comes in an appetizer or main entree. The in house made BBQ sauce is amazing. The broccoli...MoreJill, thanks for the great review! We are thrilled that you enjoyed all of the food that you sampled upon your most recent visit! We appreciate your feedback and look forward to seeing you again soon!
4.5 based on 206 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 French and/or Italian chef would given the ingredients sourced. Joining Jim is Chef Matt Abeshouse who brings a wealth of passion and expertise in classic French cuisine to the kitchen. Our food is fresh, organic (whenever possible), seasonal and by design very simple. The Crossing stays true to classic techniques and the chefs love showing off their skills and passion for elegant food.
OK. Broken record. Another stellar review. New Year's Eve, limited menu, but it didn't matter. This fantastic restaurant has withstood the test of time and risen to the top of what St. Louis has to offer in the food department.
It is expensive, yes, but it's one of those places that really is worth a splurge. You can listen to the concierge hype about other local high-end eateries, but I say skip the overblown Italian place downtown and allow yourself to be spoiled here. You can thank me later.
This visit we were offered the opportunity to add shaved black truffle to any of our dishes, so we split a portion to complement our pasta course. Wow.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
An Italian restaurant acclaimed for it's amazing and authentic Italian dishes and perfect wine pairings.
Recently I was in St. Louis on business and one evening strolled Forsyth Blvd in Clayton and found myself following my nose. It led me to a quaint little place on a corner with 5 or 6 tables outside the entrance. I found my way inside and asked for a table for one. I was met with a blank stare while the young hostess processed the fact that I was dining alone and seemed to be okay with it. :) Ah youth. So much to learn. I was seated immediately and ordered a suggested red wine which was yummy. I wish I had written down the vintage. Sorry. I glanced around over the top of my menu to spy what others were eating. Everywhere I looked tables were enjoying beautiful plates with multiple samples of various courses. Not wanting to eat so much, I opted for the Beet Salad and Tagliatelle with Pork Ragu. My Irish grandmother used to make pickled beets for my German grandfather. I was drawn in by the deep purple color and hooked by the sweet, tart taste. As an adult I have come to love roasted beets; their earthly taste, mildly sweet and still the amazing deep purple. The salad filled the small plate with precisely cut roasted cubes of fresh beet, topped with locally sourced goat cheese, toasted sunflower seeds and lightly sprinkled with sherry vinegar and mirco greens. It was the perfect summer salad. It was promptly followed by Tagliatelle freshly made and sauced with a rich, home style Ragu with pork, tomatoes and peppers. While it was a lovely, delicious meal, I could not help but overhearing the two gentlemen behind me RAVE about the courses of their "Tasting Meal". Per the menu is $50 per person and looks and smells worth every penny. Next time, I will take my husband and we will fast for the entire day so we can savor every bite.
The dining room is small and appears to fill up quickly, even on a week night. There is also a small private dining room in the back and the evening I was there a birthday celebration was taking place. Everyone seemed to know each other so I am guessing a group of neighborhood regulars which is a lovely thing.
5 based on 548 reviews
Charming bakery in the heart of the Hill (St. Louis's historic Italian neighborhood). They have Italian pastries, German pastries, and more! They have freshly baked bread, sweets, cakes - everything you can think of! A friend and I visited on a Sunday morning when the Hill is quiet, and we were helped right away! The employees there that morning answered all the questions we had about the pastries we weren't familiar with and they were very helpful! They're cash only, but they have an ATM set up where you can get cash and they'll give the change for a $1.50 fee. My friend and I both left with boxes so that we could take a little bit of St. Louis home with us!
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Having eaten at Big Sky sporadically over the past few years, I have always been impressed with the consistent food quality, service and value and ambience in this converted house. The weekly updated menu has classic dishes and daily “rush hour” specials based on seasonal...MoreBill, we appreciate the detailed 5 star review! It appears your party picked items that are considered specials and classics - a perfect combination! Thanks so much for bringing friends and spreading the word! Kelly Donovan Marketing & Communications
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Ted Drewes is closed for the season and will re-open on February 11, 2016.... Could you please update this information on our Trip Advisor Page.... Thank you
I was driving around St Louis on a Saturday night with a friend and he mentioned he wanted to try this frozen custard place called Ted Drewes. We arrived 9:30pm with no expectations and were flabbergasted to see a crowd of three or four hundred people lining up at the shop windows. The queue moved quickly and it wasn't long before my tastebuds savoured the deliciously creamy frozen banana custard, not dissimilar to soft serve ice cream. We ate our custard cups in the carpark, made friends with some locals and couldn't resist returning once again the following evening. Ted Drewes is definitely a St Louis institution.
4 based on 167 reviews
We had a very pleasant after symphony early dinner here. The decor is casually upscale and makes for a premium experience in my opinion. The service was very professional and more than adequate by every measure. The food was very tasty and reasonably priced. I had one of their specials which was a cod piccata and I thought it was very good, not quite as good as Bristol in Creve Coeur, but not as expensive either. Don't recall what my wife had but she liked it and I liked our sides. So, I sort of consider this as a "Bristol light" type of place--similar in a lot of ways (all positive), but not quite as good and not quite as expensive. We definitely plan to return though because value was extremely good. I do enthusiastically recommend this place though if you want a premium experience at a moderate price.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
When Tony Pietoso opened the original Cafe Napoli in the '80s, it quickly became a success. So Successful, in fact, that it moved to a bigger location at 7754 Forsyth Blvd. The restaurant continued to flourish with its generous portions of regional Italian specialties. Cafe Napoli has recently undergone a facelift and has added Bar Napoli next door. The swank cocktail lounge has soft lighting and a separate wine room that can accommodate 30 diners. The kitchen is headed by chef Jeff Davis, who has been with the restaurant for several years. Fortunato Pietoso, Tony's brother, has also returned to the kitchen. Tony makes rounds chatting with customers, many of whom appear to be on a first-name basis with him. The sons Ande and Kye split their time between the Bar and Cafe, as they are being groomed to take over the family business. Cafe Napoli is a must visit when in the St. Louis area. Some guests include Tony Bennett, Gloria Estefen, Joe Torre and Arnold Palmer to name a few.
Try caprese salad with giant slices on fresh mozzarella cheese on tomatoes and nice basil pesto dressing. The ravioli was excellent and the prawn appetizers looked very big. I enjoyed the flourless chocolate cake.
This was an event which was held in a private room. The servers were innocuous and efficient during the presentation.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Milagro Modern Mexican serves chef inspired, regional Mexican cuisine in Historic Old Webster Groves. Our extensive tequila bar is known it's for creative cocktails and local craft beer selection.
My friend and I had lunch here yesterday. It was our first time dining here. I had the lunch special which was two tacos which had scallops, whole slices of avocado, and cabbage. These tacos were incredible! They were served with a side of cilantro rice which was quite good. The tacos were average size but the rice serving was huge. My friend had the vegetarian taco. She liked hers as well. The service was very good. I will definitely be back!
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