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The Scoop: Good night, and good luck

December 18th 02:12pm, 2012



We hate goodbyes, but it’s time to bid farewell to a few people and eating establishments that have kept our bellies well fed. The Feed Me banh mi food truck, which has only been in operation for the 2012 season, won’t be tootling around town selling Vietnamese sandwiches in 2013. Earlier this month, the food truck announced via Twitter that it was signing off the mobile eatery circuit, as reported by The Riverfront Times’ Ian Froeb.

We’re also waving a teary-eyed goodbye to Liluma. This Saturday will be the final day for service at chef-owner Jim Fiala’s restaurant in the Central West End. The space at 236 N. Euclid will see new life, however, as it is set to become a steakhouse that will be operated by Sub Zero owners Derek and Lucas Gamlin in partnership with Fiala who will be a consultant. The anticipated opening for this yet-to-be-named restaurant is March.

Finally, Clara Moore is leaving her post as executive chef, overseeing all of Local Harvest Cafe and Catering kitchens. As reported yesterday by Evan Benn of the Post-Dispatch, Moore will leave Local Harvest next month and is planning to move to Seattle, Wash.

By Ligaya Figueras

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