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The Top 10 Diners in St. Louis

The Top 10 Diners in St. Louis

Longtime Kirkwood Favorite Tops Best Diners List

St. Louis, MO/August 27, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – Fine dining establishments have their place in the culinary world, but sometimes you want fresh, comfort food served up quickly in a friendly, social setting.  You want diner food.  There’s just nothing like a late-night burger, grilled to order on a flat top and served with fries smothered in cheese and chili.  Or fresh pie with a steaming cup of joe.  Or how about a couple of fried eggs, French toast, and chewy bacon with crispy edges—for dinner.  Yep.  That’s diner food, and there are some terrific places to get it and the friendly service that goes with it, across the St. Louis area.

We wanted to know who does it best.  And after checking the customer reviews, we found the highest rated diner in the metro area is Kirkwood mainstay, Spencer’s Grill.  This old-fashioned diner has been serving comfort food to locals since 1947.  Spencer’s is especially well-loved for their breakfasts—fresh omelets, waffles, French toast, and buttery pancakes with crispy edges.  In classic diner fashion, breakfast is served all day.  They also do scrapple.  That’s grits and sausage formed into a patty, then dipped in pancake batter, fried and topped with sausage gravy.  You can also get a slinger: two eggs, hash browns and choice of breakfast meat, all topped with chili, cheese, and onions.  Or have it topped with white sausage gravy instead (the Slammer).

Lunch crowds love Spencer’s traditional diner sandwiches, like the BLT, turkey club, or chili cheese dogs, and the classic burgers.  And in classic diner style, you can have that sandwich with a side of fries, and a milkshake or slice of pie if you like.  Lunch items are also available all day.

One of the things that makes Spencer’s Grill St. Louis’ favorite diner is the customary diner hospitality.  This is the kind of place where you can go for a whole meal, or just a slice of pie with a side of neighborhood gossip.  It’s the kind of place where, after a few visits, they learn your name and how you take your coffee—the kind of place where they dish out comfort food and company.  But then, that’s the magic of a diner.  And all ten on our list offer that special neighborly feel and delicious food.  Here are the top 10 diners in the St. Louis area:

1. Spencer’s Grill (4.42 stars/156 reviews) Kirkwood, 223 South Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122, (314) 821-2601.
2. Southwest Diner (4.37 stars/515 reviews) Ellendale, 6803 Southwest Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63143, (314) 260-7244.
3. Allin’s Diner (4.35 stars/168 reviews) St. Charles, 130 North Kingshighway Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 946-5556.
4. Goody Goody Diner (4.34 stars/202 reviews) Wells/Goodfellow, 5900 Natural Bridge Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63120, (314) 383-3333.
5. Dave’s Diner (4.34 stars/93 reviews) Concord, 5513 South Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63128, (314) 842-1514.
6. White Knight Diner (4.30 stars/107 reviews) Downtown, 1801 Olive Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103, (314) 621-5949.
7. Chili Mac’s Diner (4.23 stars/223 reviews) Downtown, 510 Pine Street, Saint Louis, MO 63101, (314) 421-9040.
8. Gingham’s Homestyle Restaurant (4.13 stars/283 reviews) St. Charles, 1881 Sherman Drive, Saint Charles, MO 63303, (636) 946-0266.
9. Florissant City Diner (4.12 stars/69 reviews) Old Town, 1060 Rue Saint Francois Street, Florissant, Saint Louis, MO 63031, (314) 831-4375.
10. Olivette Diner (3.97 stars/136 reviews) Olivette, 9638 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63132, (314) 995-9945.

As usually happens when we scope out the best of St. Louis’ restaurant scene, a few places came up that didn’t quite make the top 10 list, but are still well worth your attention.  To these fine establishments, we offer Honorable Mentions:

South Main Diner (4.50 stars/28 reviews) Metro-east, 421 South Main Street, Caseyville, IL 62232, (618) 344-4005.  They’re serving affordable comfort food—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—seven days a week.  They also have a gaming room with slot machines and video poker in the back.

George Rivolo Diner (4.35 stars/31 reviews) Overland, 2539 Woodson Road, Saint Louis, MO 63114, (314) 428-1143.  This is a cash only establishment that serves breakfast and lunch in a diminutive space.  The country-fried steak and eggs are classic.  The hash browns and fries are fresh-cut from whole potatoes.  And customers rave about the friendly service.

Carondelet Diner (4.12 stars/41 reviews) The Patch, 321 East Davis Street, Saint Louis, MO 63111, (314) 833-3470.  They’ve been around for a while, but recently changed ownership.  Their friendly service, fried chicken, and smothered breakfast are south city favorites.  They also do fish fry Fridays year-round, featuring a rotating menu of tender, crispy fried fish with two sides.  This is one of the best places to get the South-side classic: fried jack salmon.

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By Susan Smith-Harmon – published on STLRestaurant.News by St. Louis Media, LLC

Café Provençal is Classic French Cuisine Done Right

Café Provençal is Classic French Cuisine Done Right

Rustic French Still Charms at Kirkwood’s Café Provençal

Kirkwood, MO/July 9, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – Are you craving some international food—perhaps something European?  If you are interested in trying some globally appreciated cuisine, but you don’t want to stray too far outside of your comfort zone, then Café Provençal 427 South Kirkwood Road might be just right up your alley.  Café Provençal offers a slice of rustic, country-French tucked into an unassuming shopping center in the heart of Kirkwood—but that’s by design.  Restaurateur Eddie Neill introduced St. Louis diners to multi-course prix-fixe meals and his authentic, southern French dishes in 1982.  Neill was a pioneer in bringing fresh food to table, scratch made dishes, and even making his own paté in house.  We’ve been devouring the rustic fare and cozy, romantic atmosphere of his French eatery ever since.  If you are interested in French food, and haven’t tried Café Provençal, then you’re missing out.

Café Provençal is a personal favorite of mine and my family; I have very fond memories of my mother and grandmother taking me out for dinner here as a child.  This restaurant is a family friendly café which has menu items that people of all ages will enjoy.  I was particularly fond of the potato soup and escargot—six little snails absolutely swimming in garlic butter with fennel.  Now (as a vegetarian) I would probably be better suited with pomme frites and an omelette—offered on both the lunch and dinner menus.  Some of Café Provençal’s other delicious lunch options include Atlantic salmon with mustard sauce, classic Salad Niçoise, warm Quiche, and their Reuben sandwich (once voted best Rueben in St. Louis).

Their dinner menu features options such as a house crafted tapenade with eggplant, caviar, and Montrachet cheese; Mussels steamed in garlic, white wine and fennel; rack of lamb served with a red wine sauce; and of course, their famous steak frites (New York strip steak, béarnaise and crispy, matchstick fries seasoned with black pepper and rosemary.)  They also have a dessert menu, which includes their famous crème brûlée, but I recommend the assorted cheese and fruit platter for the full Southern French cuisine experience.  Their wine selection offers the perfect accompaniment to their rustic cuisine.

Authentic global cuisine is not all this French café has going for it.  They’re also pet-friendly!  According to BringFido.com, Café Provençal is one of only 35 restaurants in the St. Louis area that welcomes dogs on their patio.  They’ll even bring water for your pup (but you may have to request it).  Even without your pup, the Café Provençal patio is a pleasant place for lunch, dinner, or drinks with friends and family.

Café Provençal is open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for lunch, and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for dinner.  They do take reservations, which can be made up to one day in advanced.

I must say, if you are a fan of French food and you haven’t checked this place out yet, you’re really missing out.  Alternatively, if you’re new to the “snails and baguettes” scene, then this little French cafe in Kirkwood is the perfect place give it a try.  Café Provençal was my introduction to French cuisine, and it could be yours, too.  Once you do, this is one of those restaurants you’ll want to share with friends and family for years to come.  Bon appetite!

Contact Information:

Café Provençal
Owner: Eddie Neill
General Manager: John Schreiner
427 South Kirkwood Road
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Phone: (314) 822-5440

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STLRestaurant.News writer: Katie Smith

McArthur’s Bakery Cafe Hires New Pastry

McArthur’s Bakery – McArthur’s Bakery Cafe Hires New Pastry

McArthur’s Bakery Cafe Hires New Pastry Chef Michelle Walsh

ST. LOUIS, MO/June 05, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) McArthur’s Bakery Cafe is proud to welcome their most recent hire, Michelle Walsh, to their team.  She is now working as their new pastry chef at each of their locations.

Walsh, who holds an associate’s degree in culinary arts, has previous experience working as a manager and pastry artist at Piccione Pastry and as a baker, candy maker, and chef at various bakeries and businesses throughout St. Louis.

While Walsh enjoys many facets of working at McArthur’s, she particularly appreciates the direction in which the bakery is headed.

As a fan of sweet treats, Walsh enjoys making pastries and tweaking the recipes, finding new, exciting combinations that patrons will enjoy.

As for her specialties, Walsh excels in creams and caramels.

“They are so versatile and can be used in a lot of pastries,” Walsh said.

McArthur’s Bakery Cafe has been serving the St. Louis area since 1956.  Only the finest ingredients are used in their made-from-scratch recipes.  They offer one-of-a-kind artisan cakes for any occasion, Danish pastries, cookies, cupcakes, pies, fresh breads, and unique lunch items.

McArthur’s Bakery Cafe has five locations across the St. Louis metro area including, South St. Louis, Kirkwood, Delmar Loop, and two Chesterfield locations.

The Fryers Daughter is Kirkwood’s Newest Restaurant

The Fryers Daughter is Kirkwood’s Newest Restaurant

The Wood Cask Is Replaced by The Fryers Daughter

KIRKWOOD, MO/April 1, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) The Fryers Daughter – In any great food city, restaurants come and restaurants go.  It’s part of the life cycle of the industry.  But it isn’t often that an owner closes his doors and a week later reopens as a brand new restaurant with a new name, a new look, and a fresh new menu.  But that’s just what has happened to The Wood Cask at the Green Tree Center (10332 Manchester Road) in Kirkwood.  The upscale, casual restaurant had been open for just over two years, offering handcrafted cocktails using upscale liquors and small batch bourbons, along with an exceptional selection of whiskey, wine, and beer.  The restaurant menu included well-planned bar staples like wings, flatbread pizzas, apps, and burgers, along with steak, seafood, and salads.

When owner Dan Marten announced on Facebook that he would be closing The Wood Cask (his first restaurant venture), he hinted that something new was in the works.  On March 19th he had posted this: “This coming Wednesday, March 22nd will be our last call at The Wood Cask, because we are closing our doors.  The ownership, management, and staff would sincerely like to thank everyone we had the pleasure of serving and getting to know over the last two years here in Kirkwood.  More News To Come -”

More news indeed.  It seemed the doors had just about shut last Wednesday night when workers began removing fixtures, building a new counter, and repainting everything.  The upscale, casual atmosphere of the Wood Cask was swept away, and a bright new enterprise was in the making.  The Fryer’s Daughter, as Marten has named it in honor of his two daughters, promises to be different.

The Fryer’s Daughter specializes in fried chicken—buttermilk marinated, double-breaded fried chicken—the really crunchy, delicious kind.  Marten says they’re offering fried chicken in several varieties including by the piece, and as sandwiches, wraps, and salads.  Several house-made specialty sauces are available too, including classic barbecue sauce, their homemade Buffalo-style hot sauce, and their spicy Korean gochujang sauce called “K-town.”  There will be a nice selection of house-made sides as well.

Unlike the full service dining of the Wood Cask, The Fryer’s Daughter offers fast-casual counter service.  This trending, newer service style has customers placing their orders at a counter, yet offers a comfortable dining room.  But Marten is changing that model up a bit too.  Although The Fryer’s Daughter is a family-friendly restaurant, it’s not your average fried chicken joint.  This one has a full bar.  In fact, I’m told customers will still be able to find the small batch bourbons and amazing whiskey selection they loved at the Wood Cask—including the “create your own flights” option.

Marten had hoped to have the new restaurant open earlier this week (Monday, March 27), but pushed it back a few days to make sure every element was in place and ready to go.  Service will begin with lunch Thursday, at 11:00 a.m.  After that, the kitchen will be open Tuesday – Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  You might find the bar open a bit later, depending upon demand. Kirkwood’s newest restaurant, The Fryer’s Daughter will be something special—offering top shelf bourbon and fresh fried chicken in the same place. Yay!

Contact information:

The Fryers Daughter
Owner: Dan Marten
Green Tree Center
10332 Manchester Road
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Phone: (314) 858-1085

Kirkwood Station Brewing Company

Kirkwood Station Brewing Company

Helping St. Louis’ Craft Beer Industry Thrive – Kirkwood Station Brewing Company

KIRKWOOD, MO/February 1, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – As St. Louis beer drinkers’ loyalty to all things Anheuser Busch seems to be slipping away along with the storied breweries local ownership, the city’s craft brewing industry is gaining ground.  In fact, it’s thriving.  It seems every few months a new microbrewery opens or a new craft brewer taps another inventive creation.  Our collective beer drinking attention has been drawn to St. Louis’ artisan and craft brewers in part because they are creating malty, hoppy, zesty ales, stouts, and lagers just for us.  And in typical St. Louis style, the more established craft brewers are fanning the flames of this new beer making tradition by giving a leg up to the newer makers.  That’s most evident in collaborations like the one that has Schwerpunkt Brewing Company making beer at Kirkwood Station Brewing Company.

Schwerpunkt is the brainchild of venerated home brewer Justin Bradbury and Howard Schroeder (founding members of the Jefferson County Home Brewing club).  Bradbury’s award winning beers had become very popular on the home-brew competition circuit.  So he teamed up with Schroeder in order to honor public requests and make the beer available for sale.

Enter Kirkwood Station Brewing Company at 105 E Jefferson Ave, in historic Kirkwood. Owner Mike Willerton and his team have already built a successful brewery, tap room and restaurant with a loyal clientele.  They’ve brewed dozens of different beers over the years, and they brew a lot of beer. KSB can brew up to 30 barrels a day in two batches of 15 barrels each.  They have to make a lot of beer since they sell a lot of beer.  Kirkwood Station Brewing serves up several year round brews as well as a lengthy seasonal list.  And they sell their beer in their restaurant and tap room along near the historic railway station, as well as in restaurants, bars, and brewpubs across town.  KSB also began canning some of their beers in 2014, expanding sales to grocery and other retail stores.

Kirkwood Station’s best seller is its Blackberry Wheat, a light, refreshing, fruity beer with a crisp, clean flavor that goes really well with food. And the Ale Fleur One that was created for the St. Louis Football Club is another popular choice.  The Ale Fleur One uses just one type of malt (Pale Ale Malt) and one hop variety (Citra) to showcase the 2 ingredients.  According to Brian Ilg, KSB’s current brew-master, it has tropical fruit and citrus (lime and grapefruit) flavors, making it refreshing enough that you can enjoy more than one.

KSB brewmaster Brian Ilg learned the craft at Kirkwood Station when he moved from service in the front of house to the brewery operation.  Ilg is continually working to develop new brews, because keeping it fresh is what keeps customers coming back.

Inviting new beer makers like Bradbury and Schroeder to brew in house and adding their signature brew to the tap is another way to keep things fresh at Kirkwood Station. Schwerpunkt’s Cinnamon Roast Brunch was added to the tap at Kirkwood Station on January 20.  It’s a flavorful milk stout made with cinnamon sticks, cacao nibs, vanilla, and organic coffee (sustainable beans from Community Beans Coffee Roasters of St. Louis).  Schwerpunkt produces eight beers so far, with names as intriguing as their profiles, like It’s A Blonde Thang, Juice Nuk’em, S’mores Imperial Stout, and I Fell Off My Unicorn, to name a few.  Right now, KSB is the only place you can get Cinnamon Roast Brunch on tap. But starting next month, they’ll be available at the Russell House Restaurant, Inn & brewery in Hillsboro.

The award winning craft beers by Kirkwood Station Brewing Company are available on draft, in growlers, kegs, and four-packs (at local grocers).  KSB also offers an extensive menu of classic American fare designed to go particularly well with their craft beers.  You’ll find a nice selection of apps on the menu, including sliders, hand crafted Italian meatballs, and Beer Battered Train Tracks (fried pickles).  One of the highlights of the app menu is the fresh baked braided pretzel & brew-master’s beer cheese soup.  It’s a warm, soft, chewy pretzel braid, oven-baked to a golden brown perfection and perfectly salted.  It’s served with stone ground mustard, honey mustard, and their delicious homemade beer cheese soup that is just the right consistency for dipping.  They’re also a dab hand at pizza making, offering both flat breads and New York style hand tossed, with seven meats and eight veggie toppings to choose from.  There are burgers, including a turkey burger and a vegetarian black bean, as well as the Railroad Patty Melt.  It’s their Angus beef patty, caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, and their house-made Thousand Island dressing all toasted together on marbled rye bread to melty, cheesy perfection.  Dessert choices include chocolate cake, apple tarte, crème brûlée, which are all quite good.  But the house specialty is the Warm White Chocolate Bread Pudding.  It’s a decadent slice of homemade bread pudding drizzled with KSB’s Brown Ale caramel sauce and served with a flight of Midnight Train!

Kirkwood Station Brewing is open Sunday – Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Happy Hour is Monday – Friday from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.  They also have live music every Friday and Saturday night, and most Sundays too.  Their patio is nice in warmer weather.  And you should ask about their free guided brewery tours.  It’s a chance to learn about the brewing process from people who love brewing beer.

Giving Schwerpunkt a little brewing space and a tap isn’t the first time KSB has helped another brewer out.  It’s just the latest.  But that’s the way it is in the St. Louis craft beer community.  That collaboration among craft brewers has been integral to growing the industry here.  The folks at KSB know that in a city like St. Louis, what goes around comes around and sowing the seeds of artisan collaboration helps the entire industry grow.  KSB may have Schwerpunkt on tap in their house today, but their own beers are on draught in more than 50 bars, restaurants, wineries, and yes—other brew houses across the metro area.  Kirkwood Station Brewing Company is still growing, still crafting new brews and new followers too.

Contact Information:

Kirkwood Station Brewing Co.
Owner: Mike Willerton
Brewmaster: Brian Ilg
105 E Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63122
Phone: (314) 966-2739
Email: info@kirkwoodstationbrewing.com

612 Kitchen & Cocktails Named to OpenTable’s Top 10

612 Kitchen & Cocktails

Hand-Crafted Cocktails + Fresh Food Add Up for Kirkwood Joint 612 Kitchen & Cocktails

Kirkwood, MO/January 4, 2017 (STLRestaurnat.News) – A great neighborhood restaurant isn’t necessarily the place you go for fine dining, although it can be (i.e. Charlie Gitto’s).  It isn’t necessarily the bar and grill that’s stood the test of time, but of course, it can be that too (i.e. Krieger’s).  It may or may not have the most cutting edge menu.  But a great neighborhood restaurant does have great food, a great bar, friendly and efficient service, and a comfortable, lived-in vibe.  That’s 612 Kitchen & Cocktails at 612 West Woodbine Ave. in Kirkwood.  After just about two-and-a-half years in business, they were recently named to OpenTable’s top 10 neighborhood restaurants in St. Louis.  At #8 out of thousands of local restaurants in the metro area, that’s quite an accomplishment.

But then for 612’s owners, siblings Devin and Alison Graham, running a restaurant is in their blood.  They opened their retro 1920s-inspired place in July 2014 in the footprint of their parent’s place, Graham’s Grill & Bayou Bar.  When mom and dad retired, Devin and Alison stepped in, revamped the interior, changing the aesthetics, and renaming it to match the newer, fresher vibe.  They kept Graham’s Grill’s Executive Chef Brian Gabelsberger, and worked with him to rewrite the menu.  They also shifted the focus from family dining to a more pub like atmosphere, complete with a killer cocktail bar, by bringing in mix masters Todd Brutcher (a.k.a. the sangria specialist from Onesto) and Sarah Jones.

The bar features hand-crafted cocktails, sangria specials, and a nice selection of locally brewed craft beers.  Happy Hours are Tuesday – Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., with nightly drink specials.  There are also big screen TVs, along with drink and app specials during major sporting events, including Blues and Cardinal’s games.  And they have live music most weekends, primarily on Saturday nights!

Since Gabelsberger knows his way around a smoker, as evidenced by his tender, succulent pulled pork and pulled chicken, the menu is barbecue-centric.  They have all the apps, or “first bites” you would expect to find at a great neighborhood joint.  There are dry-rubbed wings, stuffed mushrooms, soft pretzel bites, and spinach & artichoke dip.  But you’ll also find pulled pork sliders and nachos, slow smoked pork mac & cheese, and smoked pork filled empanadas.  The real standouts on the Apps menu are the “Street Tacos.”  They make them four ways and since each order comes with three, you can mix and match them as you like.  There’s smoked chicken with lettuce, cheese, corn salsa and BBQ sauce; or smoked pork with lettuce, cheese, pineapple salsa, mango mustard, and lime.  The shrimp tacos come with lettuce, coleslaw, cheese, tomato, and horseradish crème fraîche.  And they do bourbon braised brisket tacos with their signature slow braised brisket in bourbon sauce, topped with lettuce, cheese, pickled onions, and smoked poblano peppers.  A few orders of these and a pitcher of Sangria (or O’Fallon 5 Day IPA) makes a night out with friends a real treat.

Their “Garden Bites” include house and Caesar salads made with fresh ingredients and their house-made dressings.  The house salad is a blend of iceberg lettuce and kale, topped with cheese, tomato, cucumber, onion, and croutons.  You can make either the House Salad or the Caesar a meal by adding smoked chicken.  The Caesar also has a house-smoked salmon option.

The “Main Bites” at 612 include a pulled pork and chicken combo that comes with coleslaw, cornbread and French fries or chips, as well as bourbon glazed meatloaf, an 18 oz. ribeye, and burgers topped with their own tomato bacon jam, or a combination of pulled pork, cheddar, and fried apple.  One of their signature dishes is the Chorizo Chop.  It’s a bacon wrapped pork chop stuffed with chorizo sausage stuffing and smoked in house.  The large, well seasoned chop is served with a potato cake, green bean casserole and whiskey-braised applesauce.

A couple of highlights from their seasonal “Winter Bites” menu that should be on the menu year round include the Apple Pie Hummus, a smooth and creamy blend of fresh apples, chick peas, tahini and cinnamon that’s served with cinnamon sugar pita chips; and the Bourbon Braised Brisket Grilled Cheese, slow braised beef brisket in a bourbon sauce with tomatoes, bacon onion spread, pepper jack, smoked Gouda and American cheeses, melted together into a gooey, delicious triple-decker sandwich on Texas Toast.

Dessert at 612 is as simple as it is delicious.  There are two choices: homemade ice cream (in vanilla, or the flavor of the day) or warm bread pudding with sweet caramel sauce.  It’s the perfect end for a meal of comfortable, classic fare.

The 612 Kitchen is closed on Mondays. The Kitchen is open Tuesday – Thursday From 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Friday 3:00 p.m. to Midnight, Saturday 11:00 a.m. to Midnight, Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (with Sunday brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.) The cocktail bar stays open until 1:00 a.m. Tuesday – Saturday, and until Midnight on Sunday.

Since the Grahams opened 612 Kitchen & Cocktails in July 2014, it has become Kirkwood’s “go to” place for craft cocktails and fresh food thoughtfully prepared.  Customers reviewing the restaurant rave about the service and the comfortable, friendly feel of the place.  A big part of that is the attitudes of the owners, who say they want their guests to be the main focus of their business.  They say their goal is for each visit to be an experience to share and not a typical night out.  It’s that customer-focused attention to detail that put 612 Kitchen and Cocktails in the #8 spot in OpenTable’s survey of the top 10 neighborhood restaurants in St. Louis.

Contact Information:

612 Kitchen & Cocktails
Owner: Devin Graham & Alison Graham
612 West Woodbine Ave.
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Phone: (314) 965–2003

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