Since opening in November 1982, the Campisis have treated all their customers like family. Mama Campisi started the restaurant, and her sons, John and ... More
Since opening in November 1982, the Campisis have treated all their customers like family. Mama Campisi started the restaurant, and her sons, John and Frank, carry on the tradition with taste and style. The building was named for Louie Oldani, the creator of the famous Toasted Ravioli. The result of an accident, the dish was born when the cook and Evilin Oldani dropped an order of ravioli into hot oil instead of hot water. After tasting, adding some spice and dressing, a popular favorite was created. National food critics visiting Oldani's have recognized the excellent cuisine and service.
A downtown St. Louis dining institution in an out of the way spot, Al's has been serving enormous portions of
steak, seafood and basic Italian specialties for decades. The look is clubby, with dark wood and leather chairs. Dress ...
The Bissell Mansion has been dubbed St. Louis' Oldest "Hysterical" Landmark. Built in the 1820s as the home of Captain
Lewis Bissell, it features period decor along with many of the original furnishings. Comedy/mystery dinner theater shows are produced ...