Vote for St. Louis' Most Underrated Brunch


       What's your pick? | Jennifer Silverberg
  •        What's your pick? | Jennifer Silverberg

Our call for nominations for the most underrated brunch in St. Louis yielded so many new places to pick from, it was tough to narrow down as there were barely frontrunners. However, we tabulated the results and whittled the list down to the top four, plus a space for a write-in.

Click through to find out if your pick made the cut and vote!

See also: Your Pick for St. Louis' Most Underrated Sandwich Shop Is...

Onesto Pizzeria & Trattoria (5401 Finkman Street; 14-802-8883)

Donna Parks Ratkowski: Onesto! They have a great little buffet, and it opens at 9 so we have time to eat before church.

Ari's Restaurant and Bar (3101 Hampton Avenue; 314-644-4264)

Liz443: Ari's! you cannot beat a $6.99 breakfast buffet including a made-to-order omelette station, coffee or tea. Saturday and Sundays, quick and friendly service. My cup of coffee never empties!

The Crow's Nest (7336 Manchester Road; 314-781-0989)

Beth Davis: Hey okay, how about maple woods Crows Nest and their Sunday Heavy Metal Brunch? ....if only they'd add biscuits n gravy to the menu...... :)

Local Harvest Cafe (3137 Morganford Road; 314-772-8815)

Julie Berry: LOCAL HARVEST on Morganford.... YUMMMMMMY

Continue to vote!

Voting closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, October 18.

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