12 "American" Restaurants in St. Louis.
The Crow’s Nest is a bar in Maplewood that’s perfect for a first date or a low key night - with beer specials, pinball machines, and bar food.
Eating at The Piccadilly at Manhattan in Maplewood is a little like eating at home, with comfort food, a patio, and a friendly staff.
The Fountain on Locust is a Midtown an old school spot with diner classics and specialty ice cream cocktails.
Hi-Pointe Drive-In in Richmond Heights is a great place to grab a burger or sandwich before going to the Hi-Pointe cinema nearby.
With indoor and outdoor seating and the large menu, Wild Flower in Central West End is a great option with a group for dinner or brunch.
If you’re looking for barbecue but don’t want to eat standing up off a paper plate, head to Salt and Smoke for a sit down meal full of the classics.
Warm weather means cold treats, and if you’re not eating frozen custard at Mr. Wizard’s in Richmond Heights, you’re doing it wrong.
Crown Candy Kitchen in Downtown is an old school diner serving luncheonette classics like a massive BLT and malted milkshakes.
Spend a whole day at Broadway Oyster Bar in Downtown: eat and drink New Orleans classics on their patio and then stay for the nightly live music.
With a jukebox collection and basement music venue, Blueberry Hill in the Delmap Loop is a great for kids during the day and just adults at night.
Come to Half & Half Clayton for breakfast or brunch, you might have to wait, but their s’mores french toast is worth it.