Celebrate Thanksgiving with a feast at Weber Grill.Photo courtesy Weber Grill Restaurant.
It’s that time of year — time to gather with family and friends to celebrate all the things in life and give thanks. And, yes, a big, stuffed turkey typically plays a prominent role in the merriment. Thankfully (pun intended) there are plentiful places open around town to take the burden of all that holiday cooking, cleaning, and hosting off your shoulders. Consider dining out this Thanksgiving!
There's no such thing as a free lunch or dinner — unless you're a kid! Several area restaurants offer kids eat free (or close to free) programs, allowing little ones to get free kids' meals when an adult purchases an entree.
With ice cream made with liquid nitrogen, Ices Plain & Fancy is the epitome of "cool."Photo courtesy Ices Plain & Fancy.
There are few guarantees in life, but St. Louis having its share of sweltering summer days can almost always be assured. Luckily, our town is stocked with shops serving up tasty, frozen goodness – the perfect answer for surviving the sizzle.
The feeling and atmosphere remain largely the same, but you’ll find some changes the next time you head to The Boathouse at Forest Park. The old standby for in-park dining, formerly operating under the management of Catering St. Louis, is now headed up by The Sugarfire Smoke House Group (which includes Cyrano’s and the Hi-Pointe Drive-In among its family). With the change in management comes new dishes with a foodie flair that you can enjoy in one of our town’s most lovely settings.