The 10 Best Food Instagrams in St. Louis This Week: October 22 to 28

by

comment
Chocolate icing at Russell's on Macklind. | Instagram/@mugginspring
  • Chocolate icing at Russell's on Macklind. | Instagram/@mugginspring

We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Instagram was practically made for pictures of food. Gut Check has rounded up our favorite foodie accounts in St. Louis, but there are so many cool photos every week, we wanted to share what St. Louis' best chefs, bartenders and eaters are Instagramming. If you see a good one, send it to us!

See also: The 10 Best Food Instagrams in St. Louis This Week: October 15-21

1. Jamaica roselle ice cream at Dirty Girl Farms

We're not exactly sure what that is, but we definitely need some.

forget about tea, we're making jamaica roselle ice cream

A photo posted by anne l. lehman (@dirtygirlfarms) on

2. Scallops at Stone Soup Cottage

The several-course meal at Stone Soup looked amazing; this is just one of the delicious dishes.

3. The Slinger at Rooster South Grand

It's enough to get us down to the new location.

Rooster Slinger #foodporn #foodie #food #brunch #eggs #noms #nomnomnom #stlfoodscene #bok #goodgravy

A photo posted by We Eat Stuff (@weeatstuffstl) on

4. 4 Hands' Ill Repute

The pumpkin-ish beer and its collaboration with Schnucks hits shelves today.

5. Tea at Sump Coffee

Sump, known for its handcrafted coffee, recently launched a tea program.

6. Doggy dones at Strange Donuts

Einstein Bagels has doggy bagels, but perhaps your pooch prefers the done zone.

#doggydones available tomorrow! 42 cents from each sale benefits David and Kelly Backes' Athletes for Animals Foundation

Gut Check is always hungry for tips and feedback. E-mail the author at Nancy.Stiles@RiverfrontTimes.com.

Follow Nancy Stiles on Twitter:


We’re keeping you informed…
...and it’s what we love to do. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, Riverfront Times has been keeping St. Louis informed for years.

It’s never been more important to support local news sources. A free press means accountability and a well-informed public, and we want to keep our unique and independent reporting available for many, many years to come.

If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to Riverfront Times. Every reader contribution is valuable and so appreciated, and goes directly to support our coverage of critical issues and neighborhood culture. Thank you.

Tags