The Next Four Top St Louis Missouri Restaurants For You To Try

Top St Louis Missouri Restaurants

The Next Four Top St Louis Missouri Restaurants For You To Try

When you travel to the city of St Louis, you have a ton of restaurants to choose from. So far, I have covered the top 8. I want to give you four more picks, out of the nearly 2500 dining establishments that are in the city. You might as well know what’s good to eat when you are going to be in St Louis, Missouri.

The Crossing is a trendy little restaurant located at 7823 Forsyth Street. While it’s technically located in Clayton, The Crossing is also on the list for St Louis restaurants. The place is said to have a great tasting menu. And when it comes to dessert, there is delicious blueberry pie. You can expect the great presentation of the food and excellent service. The Crossing is a place that you go if you want to be wined and dined.

Fox and Hounds is the next dining establishment. You will find this restaurant at 6300 Clayton Road, and it is kind of like a British pub. Fish and chips are one of the popular entrees. People say it’s also a great place to stop in for a drink. You will find that this wonderful restaurant is actually within the Cheshire Hotel.

Gioia’s Deli is #11 on the list of the top restaurants in St Louis, according to a travel site that I use. If you read the other two articles on St Louis restaurants, you have noticed that the city is known for its delis. Gioia’s Deli is located on Macklind Avenue, and the restaurant has been given a James Beard Award. One special menu item is the garlic cheese bread. People talk about a secret menu that is featured on the website for the restaurant.

Charlie Gitto’s is a great Italian restaurant in St Louis. Located off of Shaw Avenue, Charlie Gitto’s is known for its toasted ravioli and seafood pasta, among other great dishes. There is a terrace available for outdoor dining. Enjoy authentic Italian food at Charlie Gitto’s, and reviews point to the fact that the place has an extensive wine menu, too.

Italian food, a deli, a British pub and a semi-fine dining experience await you. There is no dress code for The Crossing by the way. Reviews say while the place is a little more formal, everyone will feel comfortable. I’m not sure I would show up in gym shorts and flip-flops, but you get the point.