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Best spots downtown St. Louis for lunch?

Thanks for the response. I've been to Rooster and Bridge and like both of the them. We had dinner at Lola once and were really disappointed (good cocktails, bad food). I was hoping that there would be some good hidden gems. I'll keep looking. Thanks!

Dec 07, 2010
shoottocook in Great Plains

Best spots downtown St. Louis for lunch?

I'm a recent transplant to St. Louis and I live downtown. I like to try new places with my wife (since we are both new here) but there seem to be a lot of downtown places that are only open for lunch and since she works during the day never get to them. I guess I'll have to try a few without her. Any suggestions on places I shouldn't miss for lunch in downtown St. Louis? Thanks!

Dec 07, 2010
shoottocook in Great Plains

Baking Supply in St. Louis?

Thanks, I'll check that out!

Nov 29, 2010
shoottocook in Great Plains

Staying in hotel near Lambert airport .

Yeah, like the other posters said, not much out there by the airport. However, if you could get a shuttle back to the airport you could hop on the Metrolink and take that to the Delmar stop. That's a short walk from dozens of restaurants on Delmar Avenue. Sadly it's terrible weather tonight, so that might not be the best option.

Nov 29, 2010
shoottocook in Great Plains

Baking Supply in St. Louis?

I've recently starting baking most of my bread at home, and would like to start buying yeast in bulk. I recently moved to St. Louis and I'm having trouble finding specialty shops. I would love to find both a restaurant supply store that is open to the public or some other vendor locally that I could buy 1lb packs of yeast from. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!

Nov 29, 2010
shoottocook in Great Plains

Baking Supply in St. Louis?

Just realized that Missouri falls under the Great Plains section. Sorry about that!

Nov 29, 2010
shoottocook in Great Lakes

Baking Supply in St. Louis?

I've recently starting baking most of my bread at home, and would like to start buying yeast in bulk. I recently moved to St. Louis and I'm having trouble finding specialty shops. I would love to find both a restaurant supply store that is open to the public or some other vendor locally that I could buy 1lb packs of yeast from. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!

Nov 29, 2010
shoottocook in Great Lakes