Chef Aaron Teitelbaum has a brand new menu for the season — featuring some exciting new dishes and all your old favorites. As the chill sets in outside, come in for a warm evening with friends. St. Louis fine dining has never been more enjoyable.
Amanda Wilgus and her staff are serving a number of cocktails whose flavor profiles match the season.
Try a Ginger Bay which combines Milagro Silver, lemon quince syrup, lemon juice, fresh ginger, and mint leaves.
Or, an Evening Star made with Amaro Nonino, Camus VS, lemon juice, angostura bitters, Ginger beer, mint leaves, and egg whites.
Or try the beautiful Ramblin’ Flower made with half moon gin, Pimms Blackberry Elderflower liquor, lemon juice, and simple syrup.
We love our history and we love the connections to the rebirth of the city's Central West End. Check out some of our great old photos and listen to some of the music from 1972....