Cafe Manhattan is one of those places people like to visit when they're in town. The decor is of a relaxed, nostalgic lunch diner, complete with ... More
Cafe Manhattan is one of those places people like to visit when they're in town. The decor is of a relaxed, nostalgic lunch diner, complete with relics and paraphernalia from notable historic and current St. Louis moments. Voted best diner and best milkshake, Cafe Manhattan's dessert beverages and thin crust, provel-topped St. Louis style pizza keep locals happy and tourists coming back. The smoke-free, fun environment makes this restaurant a great place to bring the kidsand anybody else, for that matter. The staff stays pretty busy as the crowd can get thick at times, but everyone is pleasant, helpful, and into good St. Louis food. - Cathryn D. Blue
An old bank building in University City converted several years ago to a combination root beer brewery and family restaurant,
Fitz' draws an enthusiastic crowd of college students, adults and children. Diners can watch the root beer making and ...
A perennial favorite among St. Louis' Mexican food lovers, the Hacienda offers a colorful atmosphere for dining as well as
a large, diverse menu. There is outdoor dining in warm weather, too. The fajitas are wonderful, as are the ...
Located in a century old building in Benton Park, south of downtown, Sidney Street Cafe creates elegant American and continental
cuisine. Try the popular puff pastry Lobster Turnovers for an appetizer. Delectable beignet rolls are served along with the ...