Maybe you got a promotion and want a brunch spot with patio space and drinking options. Or maybe you’re just trying to find somewhere that’ll have something on the menu for everyone in your family. Wild Flower in Central West End works for both of these scenarios. They have indoor and outdoor seating, a menu full of brunch favorites (and lunch options too), and fun drinks like their wild orchid margarita or an espresso martini.
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Brasserie in the Central West End is our favorite spot for authentic French food that isn't excessively expensive.
Narwhal’s Crafted Urban Ice
When you’ve spent too much time drinking wine on a bar stool, head to Narwhal’s in Central West End for a big selection of boozy slushies.
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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.
Vicia is an airy, upscale restaurant in Central West End that serves vegetable-focused food, and has a tasting menu option.
Half & Half
Come to Half & Half Clayton for breakfast or brunch, you might have to wait, but their s’mores french toast is worth it.
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Salt + Smoke
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.
Broadway Oyster Bar
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.
Olio in Tower Grove serves Israeli small plates in a converted filling station from the 30s, so it’s a cool spot for a date or casual dinner.
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