Food and Drink

Five Dining Spots to Visit this July

Located in the former Modesto space, The Hill’s only steakhouse serves inexpensive high-quality steaks and plays to the neighborhood by offering such happy-hour dishes as stuffed arancini and modiga flatbread. 5257 Shaw.

Taking over the former Morton’s space in Clayton, Copia’s second outpost boasts a value-driven menu and massive wine list (900 varieties). A third location is slated to bow next to West County Center this fall. 7822 Bonhomme.

50/Fifty Kitchen
Bob Madden’s goals with his “half-veggie, half-not” menu: 1. to encourage people to eat more veggies and 2. to get vegetarians and carnivores dining together. 3723 S. Kingshighway.

At the former Kopperman’s Deli in the CWE, experience familiar foods from the Levant (Eastern Mediterranean), such as hummus and kabobs, as well as more esoteric offerings like molokhiya and freekeh. 386 N. Euclid.

Tropical Liqueurs
Trops recently relocated from Soulard, sharing a space in The Grove with Guerrilla Street Food. The 14 varieties of boozy slushies pair well with Filipino street food, especially on the cool outdoor patio. 4104 Manchester.

Article originally posted by STLMag

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