St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: June 2017


Sister Cities' gumbo is again on offer, with the restaurant opening in a larger new location in Marine Ville. - PHOTO BY MABEL SUEN
  • Sister Cities' gumbo is again on offer, with the restaurant opening in a larger new location in Marine Ville.
The month of June was not without sad news for the restaurant scene. Iron Barley is leaving the city for a new home in High Ridge. And Cicero's, the longtime anchor of the western edge of the the Loop, has officially called it quits.

But though those two St. Louis institutions will surely be missed, other exciting new options opened, reopened or retooled their menus. Now you can get wine on tap at Bissinger's. Now you can again get amazing Cajun (and barbecue) in deep south city. And oh hey ... now you can get Chinese food for $1 a scoop in Overland. Did we mention that happy days are here again?

If we missed anything, just let us know in the comments.

See also: Tin Roof Is Now Open Downtown

See also: Sister Cities Is Now Open — Finally!

Bobby's Place, 1128 Washington Avenue, Downtown
Cicero's, 6691 Delmar Boulevard, Delmar Loop
Scapegoat, 52 Maryland Plaza, Central West End

See also: Center Ice Brewery Will Bring Craft Beer to Midtown

See also: Cicero's Will Close Entirely This Weekend

See also: Third Wheel Brewing Brings a Craft Brewpub to St. Peters

Center Ice Brewery, 3126 Olive Street, Midtown
Crushed Red, 222 E. Park Street, Edwardsville, Ill.
Dollar Express Chinese, 10041 Page Avenue, Overland
Handcrafted by Bissinger's, 32 Maryland Avenue, Central West End
Mission Taco Joint, 1650 Beale Street, St. Charles
Sister Cities Cajun & BBQ, 3550 S. Broadway, Marine Ville
Stix & Ice, 35 Florissant Oaks Shopping Center, Florissant
Third Wheel Brewing, 4008 I-70 North Outer Road, St. Peters
Tin Roof, 1000 Clark Avenue, Downtown
Toasty Subs, 3001 S. Big Bend, Richmond Heights

See also: I Ate Everything on Dollar Express Chinese's Menu

See also: Scapegoat Closes, Bonobos to Open in the CWE

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