Our Instagram feed has become delightfully seasonal, especially over the past week. The novelty of pumpkin-spice everything has made way for belly-warming soups and hearty meals from St. Louis' finest. Just try not to drool, and let us know who we should be following in the comments.
1. Mussels at Scape
You can practically feel the steam coming off them.
A photo posted by Scape & Backbar at Scape (@scapestl) on
2. Whiskey at Juniper
We're not exactly sure what this is, but it looks like something we'd like to swill alongside chef John Perkins.
A photo posted by Juniper (@junipereats) on
3. Grilled Cheese at Half & Half
Perhaps our favorite chilly day meal: grilled cheese.
A photo posted by Half & Half (@halfandhalfstl) on
4. Sage at Dirty Girl Farms
We've never wanted it more.
5. Banana Cream Pie at Scape
For anyone who's ever scoffed at a "deconstructed" dish, try this banana cream pie.
A photo posted by Julie Weldele (@julesabeth) on
6. Pig feeding at Such and Such Farms
THIS PIG'S NAME IS PIGGY AZALEA.
A photo posted by Such And Such Farm (@suchandsuchfarm) on
7. Cake at La Patisserie Chouquette
We're pretty sure they come up with something more beautiful every week.
8. Beignets from Cleveland-Heath
In case you didn't already have strong Harvest Fest FOMO.
A photo posted by @mcharcuterie on
9. Sandwiches at Adriana's
There's a reason it's a classic.
A photo posted by @chowchief_stl on
10. Farm to Table at Five Bistro
Yes to all of it.
A photo posted by Obi-Wan Devoti (@obiwandevoti) on
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