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Smoki O’s

Amazing Barbecued Pig Snoots Otis and Earline Walker first opened Smoki O’s in the Soulard Market in 1997. The barbecue carryout joint known for incredible pig snouts and rib tips soon gained a following, outgrew its market stall and moved to its current home in north St. Louis, just a few minutes from downtown. Pig…  Read More

Farmhaus

Contemporary Comfort Food Chef Kevin Willmann’s adventurous take on comfort food, combined with his locavore philosophy, make Farmhaus one of the St. Louis’ top dining destinations. The Illinois-born chef spent his formative cooking years in the Florida panhandle, and his ever-changing menu marries his Midwestern roots and Southern cooking influences. Think roast turkey with chive spaetzle,…  Read More

5 Questions: Gerard Craft

Missouri’s Powerhouse Chef If you don’t associate the city of St. Louis with culinary prowess, then you haven’t eaten at Gerard Craft’s restaurants. He’s leading a group of chefs who have put this “Gateway to the West” on the map with their creative cuisine, attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to quality local ingredients.…  Read More

5 Questions: Gerard Craft

Missouri’s Powerhouse Chef If you don’t associate the city of St. Louis with culinary prowess, then you haven’t eaten at Gerard Craft’s restaurants. He’s leading a group of chefs who have put this “Gateway to the West” on the map with their creative cuisine, attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to quality local ingredients.…  Read More

Brasserie By Niche

St. Louis’ Beloved French Bistro Named to Food & Wine’s best new chefs list a few years back, Gerard Craft earned rave reviews for his innovative take on American fare at his restaurants Niche and Taste. Located in the Central West End neighborhood, his third restaurant, Brasserie, is reminiscent of the classic bistros you’d find on…  Read More

Brasserie By Niche

St. Louis’ Beloved French Bistro Named to Food & Wine’s best new chefs list a few years back, Gerard Craft earned rave reviews for his innovative take on American fare at his restaurants Niche and Taste. Located in the Central West End neighborhood, his third restaurant, Brasserie, is reminiscent of the classic bistros you’d find on…  Read More