22 New St. Louis Restaurants That Are Getting a Bunch of Buzz

Cavina T Morris

Songbird
(4476 Chouteau Avenue, 314-781-4344)

In addition to creating a breakfast sandwich that has a cult following, Songbird also offers other daytime delights.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Edera Italian Eatery
(48 Maryland Plaza, 314-361-7227)

The food at this dreamy Italian restaurant is like a little slice of heaven.

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” itemprop=”image” />Tacos La Jefa
(3301 Meramec Street)

This birria shop is the realization of a lifelong dream.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Diego’s
(630 North and South Road, University City; 314-553-9906)

One of the most beautiful restaurants in town, this new joint from Chef Natasha Kwan feels like a coastal Mexican eatery.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />BEAST Butcher & Block
(4156 Manchester Avenue, 314-944-6003)

In response to the pandemic, BEAST Butcher & Block owners David and Meggan Sandusky temporarily suspended their barbecue operations and pivoted to a sandwich pop-up, which is run out of the butchery side of the BEAST complex.

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Photo credit: Ed Aller” itemprop=”image” />O+O Pizza
(102 West Lockwood Avenue, Webster Groves; 314-721-5422)

This Webster Groves pizza joint is serving some of the best Italian food in town.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Terror Tacos
(3191 South Grand Boulevard, 314-260-9996)

This punk rock taco joint offers tons of cheap vegetarian and vegan options.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Noto Italian Restaurant
(5105 Westwood Drive, St. Peters; 636-317-1143)

Guests just can’t get enough of Noto’s authentic Italian cuisine and Neapolitan pizzas.

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Photo credit: Wayne Sieve” itemprop=”image” />Taqueria Durango
(10238 Page Avenue, Overland)

This Overland favorite burned down last Spring, but it has reopened, and it’s better than ever.

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Photo credit: RFT file photo” itemprop=”image” />Pastaria Deli & Wine
(7734 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-773-7755)

This year Chef Gerard Craft has created the food counter of his dreams.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Fortunate Gooseberry
(2635 Cherokee Street, 314-776-2337)

Thanks to this partnership with the Fortune Teller Bar, you can now get Gooseberries to go (or to dine-in out back) while the main Gooseberries location on Chippewa remains closed to dine-in but open to weekly pick-up orders.

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Photo credit: Mabel Suen” itemprop=”image” />Mr. Meowski’s Sourdough
(107 North Main Street, St. Charles; 636-922-9234)

It’s the new destination for artisanal sourdough bread creations.

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Photo credit: Cheryl Baehr” itemprop=”image” />Amy’s Cake Pop Shop and Boozy Bites
(7961-A, Big Bend Boulevard, Webster Groves)

You can get drunk off of chocolate-dipped Twinkies at this sweet little shop.

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Photo credit: Courtesy Amy’s Cake Pop Shop and Boozy Bites” itemprop=”image” />Chef Ma’s Chinese Gourmet Restaurant
(10440 Page Avenue, 314-395-8797)

Operating out of a new location, Chef Ma’s menu is a bit more adventurous than many Chinese spots in the St. Louis area, which has earned the restaurant a strong following.

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Photo credit: Sarah Fenske” itemprop=”image” />Chiang Mai
(8158 Big Bend Boulevard, Webster Groves; 314-961-8889)

Su Hill opened a restaurant dedicated to honoring her family’s culinary traditions, offering Thai food that is unlike any other restaurant in town.

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” itemprop=”image” />Honey Bee’s Biscuits + Good Eats
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This restaurant on wheels is the hottest new food truck in town. It’s super popular so expect long lines that end with food that is totally worth the wait.

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Photo credit: Andy Paulissen” itemprop=”image” />Sando Shack
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This Japanese sandwich food truck is major hit among hungry St. Louisans..

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Photo credit: Andy Paulissen” itemprop=”image” />Bowood by Niche
(4605 Olive Street, 314-454-6868)

This new restaurant from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Gerard Craft aims to deliver “warm hospitality for lunch, dinner and brunch.”

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Photo credit: Courtesy Bowood by Niche” itemprop=”image” />Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions
(2733 Sutton Boulevard, Maplewood; 314-647-2567)

Maplewood favorite Bolyard’s recently moved and expanded, now offering a full kitchen with a full menu to match.

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Photo credit: Holden Hindes” itemprop=”image” />Gather
(1854 Russell Boulevard, 314-376-4235)

Gather is a pivot from the previous setup of the space as Urban Fort, a kids’ play-space and cafe combo, this new separate space at the same address is a (quieter) standalone eatery.

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Photo credit: Holden Hindes” itemprop=”image” />The Golden Hoosier
(3707 South Kingshighway Boulevard)

The place that used to be Southtown Pub is now a new restaurant with a winning name.

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Photo credit: Cheryl Baehr” itemprop=”image” />Casa Don Alfonso
(100 Carondelet Plaza, Clayton; 314-719-1496)

Located inside the Ritz-Carlton, Forbes called it ::America’s best new Italian restaurant.::

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