It's been an incredibly busy month in the St. Louis restaurant scene. Cherokee Street got a dive-y new burger joint. The Morgan Ford area got a sparkling new sandwich shop. Downtown got pancakes and cookies 'til 3 a.m. — while the area near the Loop finally got a top-notch Vietnamese restaurant.
So that's the good news. The bad news is that Herbie's finally, and officially, closed its original location in the Central West End, with a plan to reopen in the Cardwell's spot in Clayton soon. We also lost three spots in the Loop, another Fort Taco and the well-reviewed A2 the GFCF downtown.What's next in November? Nathalie's has announced it's closing November 5 — but we also anticipate some hot new arrivals, including Sardella (replacing Niche in Clayton) and Mauhaus (the cat cafe opening in Maplewood).
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