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All You Can Eat Mothers Day Brunch at Krieger’s

All You Can Eat Mothers Day Brunch at Krieger’s

Surprise Mom with a Special Mothers Day Brunch at Krieger’s

BALLWIN, MO/May 2, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Mothers Day Brunch – Mother’s Day is fast approaching and because there is no one in the world who can fill the shoes of mom (or grand-mom or that special mother figure in your life), we want to celebrate and honor them in style.  This year Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 14, and Krieger’s Sports Grill is ready to help you celebrate mom with a special Mother’s Day Brunch!

So, for all the mothers who run carpools and make cookies and sew Halloween costumes…and all the mothers who don’t, bring them to Krieger’s on their special day and make your mom smile.  On Sunday, May 14, Krieger’s Hometown Sports Grill is offering Mother’s Day Brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Enjoy an ALL YOU CAN EAT Brunch in style with Eggs, French Toast, Bacon, Ham, Hash Browns, Biscuits and Gravy.  The cost is only $12.99.  So don’t forget to make it a special day with a Special Mother’s Day Brunch on Sunday, May 14, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for that Special Mother!

Krieger’s Sports Grill

1356 Big Bend Road

Ballwin, MO

Phone: (636) 861-1618

Regular Hours of Operation:

Monday – Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Friday & Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Sundays- 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. (Happy Hour all day)

Café Madeleine Is a Beautiful Brunch Venue in Tower Grove Park

Café Madeleine Is a Beautiful Brunch Venue in Tower Grove Park

Sunday Brunch in Historic, Pond-side Café Madeleine

St. Louis, MO/April 27, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – What could be better than Sunday brunch in beautiful park setting?  How about brunching amid ornamental palms in the oldest standing conservatory west of the Mississippi River?  Add that the conservatory spills out onto a lovely patio adjacent to charming lily ponds and surrounded by well-maintained gardens in the heart of the city.  Throw in one of the best caterers in town and a well-stocked bar, and you have the Sunday Brunch at Café Madeleine.

The cafe is a Sunday-only affair inside the Piper Palm House at Tower Grove Park. Every Sunday of the year guests can enjoy an upscale brunch in this unique, tranquil setting.  Constructed in 1878, the Palm House was designed by famed architect George I.  Barnett in the Italianate style and initially used to house Tower Grove Park’s more delicate plants during winter.  It’s the most historically significant building in the park, which is itself on the National Register of Historic Places, and a popular venue for private parties the other six days of the week.

Brunch at Café Madeleine is catered by the Butler’s Pantry, one of St. Louis’ premiere catering companies.  Founded by Richard Nix, Sr. and his wife Anita in 1966, this award-winning catering company has been helping St. Louis celebrate special moments with special meals for more than 50 years.  Now under the direction of Richard Nix, Jr, the Butler’s Pantry offers event catering.  In addition to Sunday Brunch at Café Madeleine, they also operate Bixby’s at the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park and Piccione Pastry, an Italian pastry shop at Skinker and Delmar that’s open late for Loop visitors.

The culinary staff at the Butler’s Pantry has developed a special menu of French-inspired dishes for Café Madeleine.  The buffet is created with fresh, seasonal produce and regional products.  That means each week brunch patrons will find a unique and fresh culinary experience.  The weekly brunch features an omelet station, fruit and cold salads, soup du jour, warm entrees, and a tempting dessert table—of course that includes their namesake dish, the traditional French Madeleine.  St. Louis diners rave about Café Madeleine’s attentive service, the beautiful setting, and the nice variety of well prepared foods available.  They especially like the Belgian waffles, the biscuits, the perfectly cooked pastas, delicate smoked salmon, and the speedy omelet station.  This brunch-only cafe is so popular, we gave them an honorable mention in our article: The Top 10 Brunch Spots Around St. Louis back in December.

Sunday brunch is offered year-round from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Reservations are recommended and can be made online (http://cafemadeleinestl.com/reservations/) or by phone (314) 575-5658.  For adults, brunch is $24.75, for children 4-12 it’s $11.75, and children three and younger are free.  That includes the hot buffet, cold buffet, and dessert table.  Beverages are not included, but reasonably priced choices include coffee, tea, milk, juice, soda, a selection of specialty coffees like cappuccinos and lattes, as well as cocktails, wine, and champagne.  Besides the classic brunch cocktails like Mimosa and Bloody Mary, Cafe Madeleine also offers their version of a Bellini and a refreshing cocktail called the Lazy Maddie.  It’s made with cranberry, fresh squeezed orange juice and vodka.

Unfortunately, Café Madeleine’s Mother’s Day brunch has been fully booked for some time.  But customers can enjoy the beauty and hospitality of one of St. Louis’ most unique dining venues any other Sunday of the year.   And there’s a bonus: when the weather is nice, outside seating is available, offering diners the sumptuous brunch buffet and beautiful views of the lily ponds and surrounding gardens.

Contact Information:

Cafe Madeleine at the Piper Palm House
Tower Grove Park
4256 Magnolia Ave.
Saint Louis, MO 63110
Phone: (314) 575-5658

Butler’s Pantry
Owner: Richard Nix, Jr.
Executive Chef Greg Ziegenfuss
1414 Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: (314) 664-7680

Element Restaurant and Lounge offers an Easter Brunch Menu

Element Restaurant and Lounge offers an Easter Brunch Menu

ST. LOUIS, MO/April 12, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Easter Brunch – Element Restaurant and Lounge, St. Louis’s destination for contemporary comfort food, has prepared a seasonally-inspired Easter Brunch menu for patrons to enjoy on Easter.  The menu will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sun., April 16, 2017.

Normally closed on Sundays and does not serve brunch, but is offering a specially crafted menu for the public in celebration of the Easter holiday.

Selections include Challah French toast with bananas, nuts, and a side of melons; eggs Benedict with braised pork cheek, biscuit, poached eggs, spinach, and Hollandaise; Cast Iron Smashed Burger with caramelized onion, avocado, fried egg, and home fries, and more.

We usually aren’t open for brunch, so this is an exciting opportunity for us to add our own creative twist to some brunch classics,” said Tudor Seserman, Executive Chef at Element Restaurant & Lounge. “We enjoy taking comfort food and adding a little something unexpected. We put a lot of detail into this menu to reflect that.”

Guests can book their reservation anytime by visiting http://www.elementstl.com.

Element Restaurant and Lounge is located off Lafayette Square on 1419 Carroll Street and offers contemporary comfort food using local ingredients and a menu that changes seasonally.  Guests can enjoy small and large shareable plates in an expansive, sophisticated, and open-concept atmosphere.

For more information, please call Element Restaurant and Lounge at (314) 241-1674.

The Top 10 Brunch Spots Around St. Louis

Brunch Spots

Find the Perfect Place for that Perfect Meal – Brunch Spots

St. Louis, MO/December 26, 2016 (STLRestaurant.News) – Brunch Spots – Many consider it the best meal of the day: brunch. St. Louis loves brunch and there are terrific places to get this old English “hangover cure” all over the metro area.  The choices run from simple bakery cafes and coffee shops to fine dining establishments.  There are scores of restaurants around town that offer brunch every weekend.  Some even offer it every day.  We wanted to know who does it best, so we did what we always do to find the best: we turned to customer reviews.

According to the folks who brunch around St. Louis, the best can be found in the city’s historic Benton Park neighborhood at The Mud House, 2101 Cherokee Street, St. Louis.  That didn’t come as a big surprise, since they’re already known as a great place for coffee, and for breakfast or lunch.  In fact, The Mud House topped our list of the best Internet cafes in St. Louis.

The Mud House’s casual, but sophisticated menu was created by Chef Chris Bork, and it has brunch written all over it.  They offer some of the most delicious breakfast sandwiches in town, all served on fresh ciabatta with a side of dressed greens.  Their English Breakfast may be the ultimate brunch choice.  It’s two sunny eggs with sautéed mushrooms and greens, baked beans, bacon, toast and jam.  You can make that vegan by subbing Match Soy Chorizo if you like.  Of course their famous Mud Slinger is a great brunch option too.  It’s roasted potatoes smothered with vegetarian black bean chili, cheddar, and red onion topped with two sunny eggs.  It comes with toast.  You can add bacon or ham, or truffled French onion dip if you like.  They also offer a Vegan Slinger made with tofu scramble and olive oil toast.  There’s also French toast with apple compote & spiced mascarpone, biscuits & gravy, grits, grilled cheese, daily quiche specials and “Dat Hash” topped with poached eggs.

Owners Casey and Jeremy Miller have kept the focus on locally sourced ingredients, expertly prepared and served in relaxing environment.  That includes the coffee.  There are cappuccinos, lattes, macchiatos, and cold brews.  You’ll also find some thoughtful, surprising combinations like the Rosemary & Honey Latte.  Make yours vegan by choosing almond, hemp, or soy milks.  They also offer some nice selections from St. Louis’ Retrailer Tea Company, and from Kilogram Tea of Chicago.  All that, plus free Wi-Fi! Bonus: The Mud House will be open and serving brunch on New Year’s Day starting at 10:00 a.m!

Since some of us don’t think it’s brunch without a Mimosa or Bloody Mary on the menu, we’ve noted which of the restaurants on our list serve alcohol, and which don’t.  Not all are open New Year’s Day, but they all do offer brunch on a regular basis.  So here are the best places to get brunch in St. Louis according to customers:

1. The Mud House (4.5 stars/631 reviews) Benton Park, 2101 Cherokee Street, Saint Louis, MO 63118, (314) 776-6599. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
2. Southwest Diner (4.5 stars/364 reviews) Ellendale, 6803 Southwest Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63143, (314) 260-7244. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
3. Russell’s on Macklind (4.5 stars/299 reviews) Southampton, 5400 Murdoch Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63109, (314) 553-9994. (Full bar)
4. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar (4.5 stars/136 reviews) Frontenac, 1855 South Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63131, (314) 567-7610. (Full bar)
5. Picasso’s Coffee House (4.5 stars/135 reviews) St. Charles, 101 N Main Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 925-2911 (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
6. 2Schae Cafe (4.5 starS/134 reviews) DeBaliviere Place, 275 Union Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 361-5333. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
7. Egg (4.5 stars/126 reviews) Benton Park, 2200 Gravois Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 202-8244. (Full bar)
8. Caruso’s Deli (4.5 stars/108 reviews) Downtown, 1312 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63103, (314) 588-1096 (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
9. Bike Stop Cafe (4.5 stars/105 reviews) St. Charles, 701 South Riverside Drive, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 724-9900. (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
10. The Living Room (4.5 stars/60 reviews) Maplewood, 2808 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143, (314) 899-0173. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)

Since we love brunch, here are some other choices across the metro area that are worth checking out.  Honorable Mentions go to:

The Tavern Kitchen And Bar (4.5 stars/55 reviews) Central West End, 392 North Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 696-8400. (Full Bar)
Cafe Madeleine (4.5 stars/29 reviews) Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110, (314) 575-5658. (Full Bar)
Milque Toast Bar in McKinley Heights, 2212 South Jefferson Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 833-0085. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
The Egg & I in the Metro-East, 455D Regency Park, O’Fallon, IL 62269, (618) 624-3440. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)


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