Friday, May 3, 2013
OHOP, already a hit in Chesterfield, comes to Colonial Marketplace in Clayton and Ladue.
Pancake purists rejoice! There is now another Original Pancake House in the St. Louis area. The owner of the popular Chesterfield pancake house opened its second location May 1 in Colonial Markeplace. The new location sits in the shopping center that straddles the Clayton/Ladue border. It is open from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Gordon Manus, owner of Original Pancake House in Chesterfield, previously told Patch he invested $900,000 to open his second St. Louis area restaurant. The look is similar to the Chesterfield spot, known for its rustic look. "There will be timber wood and pine walls, a big fire place and sky lights," he said. "It’s really nice-looking. You walk in, and you’ll be surprised." The menu is the same at both …
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Have you checked out the new late-night restaurant on the Delmar Loop?
The Delmar Loop's newest restaurant, Mission Taco Joint, is really a combination of the co-owners' other establishments, according to a report from Riverfront Times' Gut Check. Adam and Jason Tilford operate Milagro Modern Mexican, Barrister's, and Tortillaria. Adam told Gut Check their new space blends Barrister's bar concept, Milagro's food quality and Tortillaria's atmosphere. Food is wood fire grilled, according to the report. Find out why RFT staff is "already making Mission one if its regular post-work watering holes" on Gut Check. The restaurant opened on Feb. 28. Business hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 4 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Browse Patch's previous coverage of the restaurant:
Sunday, November 11, 2012
The new restaurant opened Thursday.
Chef Gerard Craft's Niche opened in Clayton on Thursday. According to the Riverfront Times, the new location stands next-door to Craft's Pastaria. Niche is located at 7734 Forsyth Blvd. The hours posted on Niche's website are 5-9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more on Niche and Pastaria, see our previous stories:
Monday, February 28, 2011
The former bar manager of Riddles is part of a team opening up a new establishment in Riddles former space.
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- Rob Levy
Monday, February 28, 2011
The great mystery that has perplexed University City residents since last October has been solved, Riddles Penultimate Café & Wine Bar is no more and a new restaurant, Three Kings will inhabit the venerable space at 6307 Delmar beginning March 15. Derek Flieg, the former bar manager at Riddles, along with Ryan Pinkston and Derek Deaver, (owners of Deaver's Bar & Grill) have always wanted to own their own restaurant. So when Flieg’s former employer folded last fall the trio negotiated a lease and Three Kings Public House was born. University City Patch Contributor Rob Levy interviewed restaurant entrepreneur Derek Flieg about the exciting new venture he has opened with his partners in the Loop. What made you decide to take the bold step …