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!
1. Black bean protein brownies at Frida's Deli
We never thought we'd drool over a gluten-free brownie.
A photo posted by Frida's St. Louis (@fridasstl) on
2. Crispy sole fish at Hiro Asian Kitchen
We recently started following Hiro Asian Kitchen, and it doesn't disappoint.
A photo posted by HIRO Asian Kitchen (@hiroasiankitchen) on
3. Black Forest doughnut at Strange Trap Kitchen
We're liking this trend of doughnut sandwiches.
A photo posted by Strange Donuts (@strangedonuts) on
4. Veggie dog at Tick Tock Tavern
Those jalapeños don't lie.
A photo posted by Patrick J. Hurley (@vegandrunkard) on
5. The Ultimate Burger at the Libertine
Spoiler: it's so much better than Cheez Whiz.
6. Lamb tartare at Publico
We want this so much.
A photo posted by Angela Ortmann (@stlwinegirl) on
7. Pizza with fresh mozzarella, olive oil, sweet peppers and vegan sausage at Pizzeoli
As if we needed another reason to visit Pizzeoli again.
A photo posted by Scott Sandler (@pizzeoli) on
8. Shrimp at Annie Gunn's
But it's necessary.
A photo posted by @chowchief on
9. PB&J pop tartlet at Whisk
A photo posted by Whisk: a Sustainable Bakeshop (@whiskstl) on
10. Turkey ribs at Gobble Stop Smokehouse
We agree -- this place deserves more love.
One of my favorite little known spots in #stlouis is Gobble Stop Smokehouse. It's a family-owned restaurant specializing in smoked turkey and chicken. No one in town is doing it better. These are their turkey "ribs". So good with their housemade mustard bbq sauce!
A photo posted by Spencer (@whiskeyandsoba) on
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