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When restaurant fatigue sets in and one plate of roasted chicken blends into the next, head to Olio in Tower Grove. This place is located inside a 1930s filling station with some of its original structure intact, like a garage door that opens in the summer. The Israeli-inspired menu is designed for sharing, with an entire section dedicated to mezze and hummus, and a Jerusalem bagel that you should dip into everything. There are plenty of small plates and salads, and a few larger dishes like a shawarma spiced turkey thigh, all of which you should split with whoever else you know that needs a reset.

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