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The Scoop: Pappo’s Pizza closes St. Louis location

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017


The St. Louis location of Pappo’s Pizza & Brew Co. at 3960 Forest Park Ave., has shut down operations. The restaurant made the announcement via Facebook on Monday, May 7, which was also the last day of service.

According to the post, the restaurant shuttered because “it was not sustainable,” and the company is “looking at other options in the St. Louis area,” including a location to continue brewing its beers.

Pappo’s opened in January 2016 in the former Six Row Brewing Co. space in Midtown. The pizzeria stepped in to the brewing game with a rotating house beer list.

The Pappo’s locations in Osage Beach and Springfield, Missouri, remain open. Pappo’s owner Chris Galloway did not return repeated requests for comment.

Photo by Meera Nagarajan

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Extra Sauce: In case you missed it…

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

From chef changes at The Scottish Arms to new eateries in Webster Groves, Midtown and Edwardsville, here’s a rundown of everything that went on last week in the STL food scene, ICYMI.




1. Chef Will Volny now leads the kitchen staff at Bixby’s, the restaurant located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum operated by Butler’s Pantry.

2. Executive chef Carl Hazel fired his final ticket at The Scottish Arms on Wednesday, Jan. 27. He worked at the Central West End restaurant since 2007, having left in 2012 and returned again in 2013.




3. Webster Groves welcomed its newest restaurant when Olive & Oak fired up the burners Jan. 26 at 102 W. Lockwood Ave.

4. The tide has gone out for good as Coastal Bistro & Bar closed its doors Saturday, Jan. 23 after five years in business.




5. It was out with the arcade and in with asada when Catrinas opened at 1027 Century Drive in Edwardsville.

6. A longtime Maplewood bar and grill is closing to make way for a new gastropub. The Muddled Pig is set to open doors in mid-February in the space currently occupied by The Wood at 2733 Sutton Blvd




7. Pappo’s Pizzeria & Brew Co. opened doors in the former home of Six Row Brewing Co. in Midtown, serving up pizzas and house beer.




First Look: Pappo’s Pizzeria & Brew Co. in Midtown

Friday, January 29th, 2016



Beer is fermenting again at the former Six Row Brewing Co., space in Midtown – and it’s served with fresh pizzas. As The Scoop reported in August 2015, Pappo’s Pizzeria announced the opening of its third Missouri location at 3690 Forest Park Ave., and doors open today, Jan. 29.

Owner Chris “Pappo” Galloway recruited former Six Row brewmaster Evan Hiatt to return to the kettle, creating Pappo’s house beers for the St. Louis location that will also be distributed to the Springfield and Osage Beach locations. Eight house brews are currently on tap; look for approachable, low-ABV options like the 4.7 percent Fun in the Sun witbier or the robust, cinnamon-inflected Phat Ash Stout poured on draft or nitro. Another 10 taps are available for national craft beers.

The St. Louis location features the same menu as Pappo’s other two eateries, including appetizers that take advantage of the restaurant’s ripping hot stone pizza oven like oven baked wings and house-made breadsticks. Twenty-four specialty pizzas range from German-inspired sausage and sauerkraut to a pie topped with house-made apple bourbon pulled pork. Customers can also customize their pizzas with dozens of cheeses, meats, veggies and sauces tossed atop a house-made, hand-tossed crust. Sandwiches, salads and calzones round out the menu.

In addition to dine-in service at the 70-seat eatery, Pappo’s will also offer carryout and currently delivers in a 1- to 2-mile radius. Pappo’s is open Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Here’s a first look at what’s inside Midtown’s newest restaurant and brewery:


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-photos by Meera Nagarajan


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