Niche—Eric suggested a nice dinner for our first night in Missouri, so we headed to Niche for a lovely dinner full of tasty ingredients prepared in creative ways. We also shared a bottle of Missouri Sparkling (well, carbonated) wine. The street parking was a little tricky but we found a spot and we rewarded with a seat in the front window,
tuna tartar at Niche
Three Kings Public House—After dinner, we headed down Delmar Blvd to find a spot to have a late night drink. Three Kings had a bunch of outdoor seating and several local beers on tap and the people watching was free. We also split a crazy large cupcake from Jilly’s Cupcakes called the Irish car bomb. Tasty.
Brasserie by Niche—Our breakfast was fantastic. We sat outside and enjoyed the sunshine while I dined on a baked eggs dish with spinach and Eric had something sweet.
outdoor patio at the Brasserie by Niche
The Bridge Taproom—We convinced our friends to join us here after we discovered this place had lots of beers on draught and a huge selection of tasty-looking bar food. We sat upstairs with great views of the industrial space. There’s a nearby parking deck over a Whole Foods for easy nearby parking.
cheese platter at the Bridge Taproom
Urban Chestnut Brewery—We stopped in for a quick flight tasting and managed to catch a large group watching Barcelona soccer! We found most of the beers very drinkable and figured we would look out for this brewery next time we were in town.
beer sampler at Urban Chestnut