5 Popular St. Louis Restaurants That Are A Must Visit
St. Louis has an eclectic restaurant industry - electric and tasty. It's a culinary location that is sure to have something for anyone. With so much to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one to visit. Many people will check out customer reviews to learn what the best pizza, tacos, chicken or whatever are.
Here are five popular restaurants that have repeatedly made the Top 10 lists of places to eat in St. Louis.
Brasserie by Niche - If you want French food, check out the Brasserie by Niche restaurant, located along Laclede Ave. It offers simple, tasty food in a casual dining setting. Diners can choose from its extensive wine and beer list, treat themselves with cheese-crusted onion soup, pommes fries and bistro steak. It offers a weekend brunch at affordable prices with amazing customer service.
Lona's Lil Eats - When you're in the mood for Asian food, you can check out the famous dumplings at Lona's while you also create your own rice paper wraps. It's reasonably priced, with fresh, amazing food.
Seedz Cafe - If you want a juice bar, there's not many better than the Seedz Cafe, located in Clayton. The cafe has a 100% organic, plant-based menu with fresh smoothies and juice blends as well as pizza, soup and sandwiches. Its owners would rather have people talking, so don't expect to get Wi-Fi here.
Blues City Deli - If a good sandwich is what you're after, then the Blues City Deli is where to turn. Not only does it make it on St. Louis' top 10 best places to eat, but it also made it on Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. - two times. It's well-known for offering Po'boys, the Muffuletta and many other delicious, mouth-watering sandwiches. They're known for their great music, cool atmosphere and friendly service.
Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar - When seeking out a bar and pub to visit, the Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar is one you must visit. It has over 200 beers to choose from - 55 of them on tap. It also offers over 100 wines for guests to try. There are plenty of sandwiches, salads and other foods to try with it that use antibiotic, locally-grown ingredients. They also get their bread baked fresh every day from Rooster, its sister restaurant.