Food and Drink

Five Dining Spots to Visit this September

Peel Wood Fired Pizza
Besides killer pies and a robust selection of beer (including 10 Peel Brewing Co. options), the metro area’s biggest pizza joint offers ginormous salads, 11 kinds of wood-fired chicken wings, and five kinds of paella. 208 S. Meramec.

One of the more curious sights in Chesterfield is also one of the most fun. From several levels of climate-controlled bays equipped with tables for food and drink, guests tee off with balls fitted with computer chips and compete against friends. 16851 N. Outer 40.

The Frisco Barroom
What started as a dive bar has evolved into a classy neighborhood hangout specializing in the cuisine of northern Michigan, including smoked whitefish dip, pierogis, pasties, and poutine. 8110 Big Bend.

Hiro Poké Co.
Owner Bernie Lee was ahead of his time when he introduced poké to St. Louis five years ago at Hiro Asian Kitchen. Now that the trend has hit fever pitch, devotees queue up at his poké counter, inside downtown’s The Eatery. 211 N. Broadway.

The name stands for “breakfast, lunch, and tacos,” and the taco selections at both meals are impressive and numerous. Can’t decide? Order the corn cakes, topped with caramelized-onion butter, honey, and maple syrup. 626 N. Sixth.

Article originally posted by STLMag

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