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Sneak Peek: The Sliced Pint in downtown St. Louis

Friday, September 30th, 2016



The Sliced Pint opens doors for pizza and beer lovers today, Sept. 30. As The Scoop reported in June, the 4,300-square-foot restaurant is located next-door to City Museum at 1511 Washington Ave., downtown. Owners Amy and Amrit Gill are developers who also own Restoration St. Louis, as well as O’Shays Pub in The Grove, Holiday Inn Route 66 and several others in Iowa.

Create your own pie with four kinds of crust (including a signature T-Rav stuffed crust option), or choose from 13 specialty and signature pizzas like the Philly cheesesteak-inspired The Wonder Years or the St. Louis-centric pork steak pizza called The Urge.

The beer list has a local focus with 80 options from breweries like Old Bakery, Urban Chestnut and 4 Hands, 36 of which are available on tap. Indulgent fried appetizers, sandwiches and a handful of salads are also available at the pizza-and-beer themed restaurant.

The Sliced Pint will open this weekend (Fri., Sept. 30 to Sun., Oct. 2) from 5 p.m. to midnight before taking on regular hours: Sunday to Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to midnight and Thursday to Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to midnight. Here’s a sneak peek of your next slice and pint downtown:


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-photos by Michelle Volansky 

The Scoop: The Sliced Pint to open in downtown St. Louis

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016



The newest place to get a slice and a pint is coming to downtown St. Louis when The Sliced Pint opens at 1511 Washington Ave., later this summer. As reported by the St. Louis Business Journal, owners Amy and Amrit Gill are developers who own Restoration St. Louis, as well as O’Shays Pub in The Grove, Holiday Inn Route 66 and several others in Iowa. They also own the building where The Sliced Pint will pour and bake.

“We want it to be a casual, fun place,” said Amy Gill. “A lot of people want a nice place downtown to go and not spend a million dollars.”

Although a pizza-and-beer themed eatery is a casual concept, both the suds and the slices will be thoughtful with 32 craft beers – almost exclusively local – and pizza with international flare. Drawing from a San Francisco trend, look for Indian-inspired options like a chicken tikka masala pie. To keep the whole crew happy, The Sliced Pint will also offer chicken fingers and salads, as well as gluten-free crust options.

When complete, The Sliced Pint will accommodate between 70 and 80 guests inside and will have an entrance that faces The City Museum.

The Scoop: Middle Eastern restaurant Leila to open in former Flavors space in The Grove

Monday, February 6th, 2012

020612_hummusThe space at 4317 Manchester Ave., in The Grove has been vacant since last fall when Flavors BBQ Sports Bar & Grill shuttered. In a matter of weeks, however, doors should open again. This time plates will be piled with Middle Eastern eats instead of smoky ‘cue.

The restaurant, to be called Leila (LAY’-lah), will offer fare such as falafel, hummus, kibbe, kabobs, and the typical “oush”-es – baba ghanoush and fattoush. According to building owner Amy Gill of Restoration St. Louis, the new tenants signed the lease on the property last week and hope to have the restaurant up-and-running within four weeks. More as we learn it.

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