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Budget Crunch: 6 delicious deals to try now

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Got $10 and a friend? Then contributor Holly Fann has six delicious deals you need to devour this month.

 

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1. The burger at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Clayton is a glorious, meaty, satisfying sammy. Usually priced at $16, the restaurant offers its massive 10-ounce burger with seasoned house-made chips for $10 Thursdays in the bar – a perfect opportunity to indulge in some of the city’s best beef at a budget-friendly price.

2. There are still a few more days to enjoy Anheuser-Busch annual holiday lights display through Dec. 30. After you stroll through the self-guided tour, head to the Biergarten where guests 21 and older can enjoy five 5-ounce samples of A-B beers and ciders. Food stations offer hot snacks; opt for $2.50 s’mores kits ready for the nearby fire pits.

 

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3. Sriracha Granada is a glorious green, locally made hot sauce popping up all over city. With a touch more heat and slightly sweeter than the red Sriracha we are all familiar with, this sauce is delicious on anything from eggs to burgers to pho. Bottles sell for around $6 local shops including Edibles & Essentials and Fields Foods.

4. New to Laclede’s Landing, The Roaring Twenties fills you up on Tuesdays with a Two Dog Tuesday special: two of their loaded hot dogs or sausages, fries and a drink for $10. Try the heart stopping Cuckoo Dog, a beer-battered, deep-fried dog with beer-battered bacon, jack cheese sauce, caramelized onions and mustard, and pair it with the healthier Russo Dog, a veggie dog with cucumbers, tomato, red onions and basil relish.

 

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5. The complex Spiced Caramel Spread sold at the Nathaniel Reid Bakery in Kirkwood is pure velvety caramel flavor. Reid suggested pairing it with fresh fruit, on ice cream, drizzled on pies and tarts or even in savory preparations like on a roast pork or duck breast. For $8.50, you may also enjoy a spoonful of it straight from the jar.

6. The $10 khao soi at Fork & Stix is the perfect remedy for wintertime woes. A gorgeous bowl is filled with a curry broth, egg noodles, red onions, crispy noodles and addictive pickled mustard greens and is perfect to cure what ails you.

 

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Hit List: Three new restaurants to try this month

Friday, September 6th, 2013

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Gamlin Whiskey House: 236 N. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, Facebook: Gamlin Whiskey House

From the owners of Sub Zero Vodka Bar comes whiskey-and-steak place Gamlin Whiskey House, opening in late September. Brothers Derek and Lucas Gamlin have brushed the dust off the old-school steakhouse concept and have given it contemporary flavor, pairing beefy entrees with a selection of fine whiskeys from around the world. You’ll find classic steakhouse fare like a 16-ounce dry-aged rib-eye steak, as well as comfort fixin’s like a grass-fed beef potpie and bourbon fried chicken. Booze highlights include hand-selected whiskeys on tap, bourbon and whiskey flights and nearly two dozen craft cocktails.

 

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Element: 1419 Carroll St., St. Louis, 314.241.1674, elementstl.com

Sept. 6 marks the grand opening of Element, a restaurant and lounge located on the second and third floors of the former City Hospital power plant. Collaboration is the core concept at Element, where executive chef Brian Hardesty and four other chefs will offer new American cuisine that highlights peak-of-season ingredients on large and small plates. The newly renovated space retains an industrial feel with exposed metal and brick, yet it’s softened by warm lighting and dining tables fashioned from reclaimed wood. If it’s date night, head upstairs to the lounge and grab a seat at the massive, elegant bar or one of the royal high-back armchairs. Then enjoy draft beer, wine or one of a dozen cocktails paired with a cheese or charcuterie plate from the lounge menu. Before you leave, catch a glimpse of the downtown skyline from the terrace.

 

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The Biergarten at Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Brewery: 12th and Lynch streets, St. Louis, 314.577.2626, budweisertours.com

It holds a permanent place on your where-to-take-out-of-towners hit list, but A-B has given us another reason to return to its storied brewery in Soulard. The Biergarten, a new, 275-seat outdoor space adjacent to the tour center, offers 17 A-B beers on tap along with beer-friendly food. Best of all, you don’t have to take the tour to hang at The Biergarten. So let the in-laws listen to the spiel while you sip on Stella.

-Photos by Michelle Volansky

 

The Scoop: A-B unveils The Biergarten at Brewery and Tour Center

Monday, August 5th, 2013

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This afternoon, Anheuser-Busch unveiled The Biergarten, the new outdoor establishment at its Brewery and Tour Center,  located at 12th and Lynch streets in Soulard. Speaking to an assembled crowd of guests and media, Mayor Francis Slay called The Biergarten an enhancement to what is already “a must-see attraction for the hundreds of thousands of people who come to our city every year.”

As The Scoop reported in May, the new 275-seat space, surrounded with iconic A-B signage, is intended to give guests a relaxing place to gather while exploring a variety of A-B beers, including 17 beers on draft. One of the highlights will be a 3 p.m. Brewmaster’s Tasting, when of-age drinkers can taste beer at precisely the same time that Anheuser-Busch brewmasters from around the country taste beer each day to ensure quality and consistency.

Food also will be available at The Biergarten. That menu, which Brad Beracha, owner of now-defunct Miso on Meramec and Araka, consulted on, will be divided into “Snacks,” “Pick-up Sticks” (your choice of chicken, steak au poivre or shrimp on a stick) and “Dogs-n-Brats.”  The menu includes suggested pairings for individual beers, as well as flights. A children’s menu also is available.

The Biergarten will open tomorrow, Aug. 6. Hours of operation will be Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 -Photo by Michelle Volansky

 
 

The Scoop: Soulard prepares for patio season

Monday, May 13th, 2013

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With warm weather finally here, we’re on the lookout for more alfresco dining and drinking options. Soulard is catching our eye, as two venues in the neighborhood prepare for patio season.

If an Anheuser-Busch brewery tour is a mainstay on your to-do list when out-of-towners come to visit, there will be a new attraction this summer when you visit the brewery at 12th and Lynch Streets. Groundbreaking on a new Biergarten at the popular tourist destination takes place this afternoon. The outdoor drinking area is expected to open by mid-summer.

The Biergarten is being designed to give guests an enhanced beer and food experience. Look for a variety of Anheuser-Busch beers, including 17 on draft.  The facility will also feature beer tastings, including a Brewmaster’s Tasting every day at 3 p.m. – the same time Anheuser-Busch brewmasters from around the country taste beer each day to make sure it is of the highest quality and consistency. Guests can also learn about beer styles, appropriate glassware for serving beer, and food best paired with beer. The Biergarten will serve food, and while the initial offerings will be limited, a full menu featuring grilled meats, small sandwiches and other light fare is expected later this year.

Those who don’t want to wait until mid-summer for a new outdoor drinking option can head to Soulard’s. Owner Tim Badock has been busy over the last few weeks turning the space (pictured) tucked behind the building at 1731 7th St., into a veritable garden paradise. Patrons can spend hours on the patio surrounded by lush greenery, a water fountain and even a vibrant, botanical-inspired mural painted on the brick wall. Summer vacation may be a few weeks away, but Soulard’s can help you get into relax-mode right now.

— photo by Tim Badock

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