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. Chicken Wings at Hiro Asian Kitchen
OK, technically it's a video, but damn.
A video posted by HIRO Asian Kitchen (@hiroasiankitchen) on
2. Boulevardier at Small Batch
Drinks are even better with local spirits.
A photo posted by Small Batch (@smallbatchstl) on
3. Pizza and Toasted Ravioli at Vito's in the Valley
Pretty much our perfect meal.
A photo posted by VitosintheValley (@vitosinthevalley) on
4. Brownie Batter at Companion Bakery
Too bad we can't just eat that.
A photo posted by Companion (@companionbaker) on
5. Goat Cheese Crepe and Coffee at Rooster
Yogis love crepes, too.
A photo posted by Yoga Buzz (@yogabuzzstl) on
6. Biscuits-and-Gravy Brat at Brasserie
We didn't even know this was possible.
A photo posted by Nick Blue (@nickrb82) on
7. Bread Pudding at Evangeline's
And on the patio, no less!
A photo posted by @chowchief on
8. R&D for Rick Lewis' Southern
As if we weren't excited enough for this upcoming restaurant.
A photo posted by RickJLewis1 (@rickjlewis1) on
9. Brunch at Scape
If a chef likes it, you know it's good.
A photo posted by Cassy Vires (@chef_cassy) on
10. Smoked Scottish Salmon at Elaia & Olio
Steamed Scottish Salmon. Honey Crisp Apple. Russian Creme #instafood #food #stlfood #foodie #culinary #stlfoodscene #plateswagger #wildchefs #nomnom #yummy #finedining #gastronomy #chef #foodspotting #elaiastl #oliostl #myfab5 #saucechefgrams #chowchief #feastgram
A photo posted by joshcharles08 (@joshcharles08) on
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