The buttermilk biscuit sandwich at Winslow's Table was something to be grateful for in November.
St. Louis had a lot to be thankful for in November, with twelve new restaurants and bars debuting or celebrating their grand opening — and only three closing for good.
Of those twelve openings, a handful were some of the most-anticipated restaurants of the year, including Mike and Liz Randolph's Original J's Tex-Mex & Barbecue, Michael and Tara Gallina's Winslow's Table and the Train Shed at Union Station St. Louis. The list is rounded out with a new gluten-free bakery in Kirkwood, a wine and artisan food shop in Shaw and a cafe that supports a good cause, among others.
Here's the complete roster. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.
Café Madeleine (reopening in 2020 with new concept), 4156 Magnolia Avenue, 314-575-5658
Guerrilla Street Food (inside Two Plumbers Brewery + Arcade), 2236 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles
Table Three, 3519 St. Albans Road, Wildwood; 636-458-0131
Britt's Bakehouse, 137 West Jefferson Avenue, Kirkwood; 314-440-4794
Destination Café, 3182 Morganford Road, 314-899-0413
J. P. Fields West, 11656 Manchester Road, Des Peres; 314-462-0127
J’s Pitaria Mediterranean Cuisine
1798 BBQ, 5210 Highway N; Cottleville
(second location), 91 Concord Plaza Shopping Center, 314-270-8005
, 3301 Washington Avenue, 314-533-0367
Hook & Reel Cajun Seafood & Bar
, 4860 Chippewa Street, 314-282-0770 Original J's Tex-Mex & Barbecue, 7359 Forsyth Boulevard, University City
(longterm pop-up gaming bar), 4500 Swan Avenue, 314-818-9112 The Train Shed, 201 South Eighteenth Street, 314-923-3949
Wild Olive Provisions, 2201 South 39th Street
Winslow's Table, 7213 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-725-7559
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