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. Gooey-Butter Filled "Mini Vinnies" with Chocolate and Ganache at Vincent Van Doughnut
We recently profiled VVD's "Mini Vinnies" in our Sugar High series -- isn't obvious why?
A photo posted by Vincent Van Doughnut (@vincentvandoughnut) on
2. Pork and Pears at Salume Beddu
This may be the finest example of alliteration we have ever seen.
A photo posted by Spencer (@whiskeyandsoba) on
3. Gua Bao at Hiro Asian Kitchen
It's pork belly sandwiched in between steamed bread. Hiro is full of things we didn't even know we wanted.
A photo posted by HIRO Asian Kitchen (@hiroasiankitchen) on
4. "Pregnancy Pie" by Dessert for Two
We'll take a piece, please.
A photo posted by Christina Lane >DessertForTwo< (@dessertfortwo) on
5. Fennel and Grappa Cured Cobia at Cielo
This is part of the new spring menu at Cielo, but we're more excited about eating it on that magnificent rooftop now that it's warm.
A photo posted by @chowchief on
6. Macaron at La Patisserie Chouquette
We really don't need to tell you how much we love these macarons.
A photo posted by chouquettestl (@chouquettestl) on
7. "Tuna Fish Sandwich" at Sidney Street Cafe
Have you ever seen a tuna sandwich this pretty?
A photo posted by Sidney Street Cafe (@sidneystcafe) on
8. Sriracha Maple Bacon Deviled Eggs at the Wood
Double your pleasure, double your fun.
A photo posted by Denise Mueller (@sommdee) on
9. The Libertine Brat at Brasserie
Just picture it: Josh Galliano and Gerard Craft.
A photo posted by NICHE food group (@nichefoodgroup) on
10. Seafood Crepe at Bocci Bar
Again, how did we not know this was a thing?
A photo posted by We Eat Stuff (@weeatstuffstl) on
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