St. Louis Restaurants Openings and Closings: August 2015

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The shrimp po'boy at Fleur de Lilies, the new Creole/Korean spot in Soulard. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
  • Photo by Sarah Fenske
  • The shrimp po'boy at Fleur de Lilies, the new Creole/Korean spot in Soulard.

What a month it was! We saw some exciting new places open — Randolfi's, anyone? — and lost very few in return. That alone would count as a win-win in our book. But did we mention this was also the month that brought us the long-awaited, much anticipated Tropical Liqueurs? We basically went out of our minds with excitement over that one.


See also: Tropical Liqueurs Opening Weekend: St. Louis Is Mega Stoked


Continue below for our unofficial list of the month's openings and closings. And, as always, if we've missed anything, let us know in the comments.

Openings:
City Park Grill (3157 Morgan Ford, Tower Grove)
Elaine’s (2311 Cherokee, Cherokee Street)
Fleur de Lilies (1031 Lynch, Soulard)
Papa Murphy's (9538 Manchester, Rock Hill)
Ramen Tei (14025 Manchester, Ballwin)
Randolfi’s (6665 Delmar, University City)
Sapporo 2 (3043 Olive, Midtown)
St. Louis Kitchen (7325 Manchester, Maplewood)
The Tavern Kitchen and Bar (392 N. Euclid, Central West End)
Tropical Liqueurs (1800 S. Tenth, Soulard)



Closings:
Empire Deli & Pizza (1131 Washington, Downtown)
Queen of Sheba (6665 Olive Street, University City)
Stefano's Restaurant (504 N. 10th, Downtown)

See also: Fleur de Lilies Now Serving a Creole/Korean Mix in Soulard

See also: Sapporo 2 Now Open in Midtown

See also: Sushi Station Now Open in Webster Groves

See also: Guerilla Street Food Opens a Brick-and-Mortar Restaurant

See also: Randolfi's Now Open on the Delmar Loop

We welcome tips and feedback. Email the author at sarah.fenske@riverfronttimes.com

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