The 10 Best Food Instagrams in St. Louis This Week: December 9 to 16


Raspberry Hanukkah Bismarcks from Vincent Van Doughnut. | Instagram/@vincentvandoughnut

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: December 3 to 9

1. Goat cheese mousse at Elaia & Olio

Now this is food porn.

2. Pork plate at Quincy Street Bistro

All those later-in-life clogged arteries? Worth it.

Pork plate

A photo posted by RickJLewis1 (@rickjlewis1) on

3. Pineapple upside down done at Strange Donuts

Bring this to your next holiday party. Everyone will love you.

Pineapple upside down done

A photo posted by Strange Donuts (@strangedonuts) on

4. Tis the Season brew at Crêpes, etc.

5. Oysters at Avenue

We're suckers for oysters.

oysters on the half shell - market

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6. Spanish octopus at Juniper

Not what you were expecting, was it?

7. Sourdough crêpes at Niche

We're not quite sure what a sourdough crêpe is, but it sure looks pretty.

8. Fried chicken at Sweetie Pie's

Fried chicken can remedy any hangover.

Don't let Monday ruin your Sunday

A photo posted by @chowchief_stl on

9. Linguine with lobster and shrimp at Tonys.

There's a reason it was named the restaurant of the year.

Cheers to the best restaurant of 2014!

A photo posted by @chowchief_stl on

10. Raspberry Hanukkah bismarcks at Vincent Van Doughtnut

There are plenty of treats for those who celebrate Hanukkah, too!

Scratch raspberry Hanukkah Bismarcks #handmadefromscratch #feastgram @feastmag

A photo posted by Vincent Van Doughnut (@vincentvandoughnut) on

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