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Extra Sauce: 4 bottomless brunches for any beverage

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

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Some people go to brunch for the atmosphere. Some go for the food. Others go for the booze. While bottomless brunches abound in St. Louis, these four restaurants offer creative options in all-you-can-drink proportions.

1. Build-Your-Own
Herbie’s offers an unlimited build-your-own bloody mary bar for $18 Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Choose the house bloody mary mix or start with a clean booze-free slate with plain tomato juice, then customize with hot pepper-infused vodka and crispy bacon, among other boozy and edible options.

2. Rosé All Day
Wheelhouse takes bottomless mimosas to the next level. Not only can you get a classic OJ and sparkling combo, but also a rosé-mosa, made with rosé, cranberry juice and grapefruit juice, and the seasonal frozé (aka, a frozen rosé-mosa). Try them for $15 each on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

3. Shake It Off
Cielo Restaurant and Bar offers a bottomless bloodys and mimosas, but it’s the unlimited boozy milkshakes that we’re really after. Options like a vanilla bean milkshake with bourbon topped with smoked cinnamon vary weekly. Get your hands on them Sundays during Cielo’s brunch buffet (which includes drinks) for $68.

4. Treat Yo’ Self
Reeds American Table makes its bottomless mimosas fancy by using Saint Hilaire Blanquette De Limoux sparkling wine, which is regarded as one of France’s oldest sparkling. Experience it Saturdays and Sundays between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There’s a 90-minute limit on bottomless consumption, but for $17, we aren’t complaining.

Micki Wagner is an editorial intern at Sauce Magazine. 

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The Scoop: BLK MKT Eats will open next month in Midtown

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

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A new eatery with a flair for worldwide flavors and an interest in healthy eats will arrive at 9 S. Vandeventer Ave., Midtown. Co-founders Kati Fahrney and Ron Turigliatto are looking at a late August opening for BLK MKT Eats.

The restaurant will bring flavors from around the world to burrito-sized sushi rolls and bowls. The fast-casual restaurant will feature raw fish options like a poke roll (the Shaka Spirit) or the Swedish Fish, which pairs Scandinavian-cured salmon with yuzu slaw and lemon-spiked asparagus. The menu offerings also include organic tofu, buttermilk fried chicken and veggies.

“We have flavor profiles for everybody,” Turigliatto said.

The 1,000-square-foot space will be primarily carryout, but there 14 seats are available for dining in. Turigliatto said they hope to offer a late-night option for hungry diners and college students.

“We’ve always been foodies at heart,” Turigliatto said. “We wanted to bring flavors to St. Louis that people aren’t used to.”

This is their first foray into the restaurant scene, but both Fahrney and Turigliatto are passionate home cooks with a penchant for traveling and teaching others. Fahrney recently returned from a trip to Korea and Taiwan, and Turigliatto, a former brand ambassador for Deschutes Brewing and special education teacher, spent summers teaching children with autism how to cook and expand their palates.

“We’ve always loved cooking and getting in the kitchen and being home chefs,” Turigliatto said. “The opportunity presented itself to take it to the next level.”

Curious consumers can get a taste of what’s to come when BLK MKT Eats pops up on July 21 at 7 p.m. in Tower Grove Park shop during a screening of “The Big Lebowski.” Tickets available online.

Photo courtesy of BLK MKT Eats 

Micki Wagner is an editorial intern at Sauce Magazine. 

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