St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: October 2014


Fried chicken at Old Standard. | Mabel Suen
  • Fried chicken at Old Standard. | Mabel Suen

The weather wasn't the only good thing about October 2014. Several hotly anticipated restaurants opened their doors, like barbecue companion Sugarfire Pie and Ben Poremba's latest, Old Standard. By our count, we lost only three restaurants and they were all part of a chain. Let us know anything we missed in the comments.

See also: Old Standard Fried Chicken's New Comfort Food Restaurant in Botanical Heights


Bonefish Grill (8780 Eager Road, Brentwood; 314-918-1649) Truffles Butchery (9202 Clayton Road, Ladue; 314-567-9100) Cabana on the Loop (6100 Delmar Boulevard; 314-875-0532) The Caramel Room at Bissinger's (1600 North Broadway; 314-615-2480) Cooper's Legendary American Grill (140 North Main, St. Charles; 636-724-5505) Ferring Jazz Bistro (Jazz at the Bistro) (3536 Washington Avenue; 314-289-4030) Insomnia Cookies (226 N. Euclid Avenue) Lucha (522 North Grand Boulevard; 314-833-9993) Peacock Loop Diner (6261 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-721-5555) Pizzeoli (1928 South Twelfth Street; 314-449-1111) Old Standard (1621 Tower Grove Avenue; 314-899-9000) Rooster South Grand (3150 South Grand; 314-772-3447) [additional location] Strange Donuts (107 1/2 East Argonne Drive, Kirkwood) [additional location] Sugarfire Pie (9200 Olive, Suite 108, Olivette; 314-736-6300) Three Kings Public House (11925 Manchester Road, Des Peres; 314-815-3455) [additional location]


J. Gumbo's (312 North Tenth Street) J. Gumbo's (3949 Lindell Boulevard) Pronto! (11240 Manchester Road)

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