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Ferguson Brewing Co. owners will open a pizzeria

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

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Baked Wood-Fired Pizzeria, a new restaurant from the folks behind Ferguson Brewing Co., will open in mid-February at 235 S. Florissant Road in Ferguson.

“It’ll be wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza, salads, appetizers and a full bar,” said co-owner Robb Wiesen, who is also general manager of Ferguson Brewing Co. “We’re capturing a niche with the wood-fired pizza that’s not really here in Ferguson or North County at all.”

Beverages on tap will include a couple of Ferguson brews, including one specifically brewed for the restaurant, and approximately 10 other taps of mostly local beers.

Wiesen said the location is a new mixed-use development, and Baked will be part of the retail component on the first floor. The restaurant will have approximately 75 seats, including the bar.

Photo courtesy of Baked Wood-Fired Pizzeria 

Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine. 

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The Scoop: Fire temporarily closes Ferguson Brewing Co.

Friday, June 19th, 2015

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Ferguson Brewing Co. is temporarily closed after an electrical malfunction sparked a fire in the kitchen early this morning, June 19. Co-owner Mike Lonero said the building, located at 418 S. Florissant Road, was closed when the fire broke out. There were no injuries.

Lonero said he was alerted to the fire around 6:30 a.m., after a police officer reported smoke coming from the brewery. “This building has been around since 1927 with no issues, but, of course it wasn’t anything inside the walls; it was a piece of equipment,” Lonero said. The kitchen needs to be gutted and redone, and the entire structure has smoke and water damage. He said he hopes to reopen to the public by mid-August and said the brewing operations could resume before then.

“I’m dealing with the insurance company, making sure employees are taken care of … We’re currently getting a generator going to re-power the building,” Lonero said. “We’re going to bust ass and knock out the repairs in two months. We have a lot of hands on deck to help.”

He said the brewery currently has plenty of beer kegged, so fans hopefully will not notice a lag in distribution. “If people really want to support us right now, they should support the restaurants around the Ferguson area,” said Lonero, who also co-owns neighboring establishments Cork Wine Bar and Vincenzo’s Italian Restaurant, which serve Ferguson beer.

 

List of restaurants featured at this year’s Saucy Soirée revealed

Friday, June 24th, 2011

062411_soireeNo one likes when the weekend comes to an end, but this weekend, we can’t wait until Sunday arrives. That’s because we’ll be over at the Four Seasons for our biggest party of the year: the Saucy Soirée.

Each year, thousands of hungry St. Louisans come out for the event, which honors the winners of our annual Readers’ Choice Poll. Guests get to enjoy food, wine and beer from their favorite hot spots, listen to live music from local bands and toast the night away under the stars on the rooftop terrace of the Four Seasons. And the cherry on top? All Soirée guests get a sneak preview of this year’s Readers’ Choice winners before the July issue comes out next month.

Tickets are still available, but time is running out to be able to enjoy all this great food for just $25 – what a steal – so be sure to order yours today. And now, we’re excited to reveal the list of 37 restaurants, wineries and breweries who will be dishing up what they do best at this year’s Soirée. See you there!

• Acero

• Annie Gunn’s

• Baileys’ Chocolate Bar

• Baileys’ Range

• Brasserie by Niche

• Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar

• Chandler Hill Vineyards

• Chaumette Vineyards

• Chauvin Coffee

• Cielo

• Companion

• Crown Candy Kitchen

• Crown Valley Winery

• Eleven Eleven Mississippi

• Farmhaus

• Ferguson Brewing Co.

• Fritanga

• Harvest

• Hollyberry Catering

• Jilly’s Cupcake Bar and Café

• Kakao Chocolate

• Mike Shannon’s Steaks and Seafood

• Modesto

• Molly’s In Soulard

• Niche

• Pappy’s Smokehouse

• Peel Wood Fired Pizza

• Prime 1000

• Rooster

• Salt

• Salume Beddu

• Schlafly

• Sidney Street Café

• Stone Hill Winery

• Truffles

• Vin De Set

• Wasabi Sushi Bar

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