A hip, casual atmosphere makes Billy G’s a popular spot for adults and kids alike.Photo by Karen Hill.
St. Louis weather can be fickle, but we certainly have our share of beautiful days to enjoy. Knowing that sunshine and mild temps can be here one day, gone the next, you’ll want to be prepared to take full advantage of those stunners when you simply must dine outdoors. Here are a few highlights of places you can try and bring the kids along, too.
Celebrate Mother's Day with great food and spectacular views at Pere Marquette Lodge.Photo courtesy Pere Marquette Lodge.
Mom. She does a million things for everybody, all the time, so doesn’t she deserve a little break? Luckily, there’s a wide array of places offering Mother’s Day Brunch specials sure to make mom feel just that: special! Here’s just a sampling of events celebrating these wonderful ladies on Sunday, May 13. Plan ahead, as advance reservations are a must for this popular holiday (and more often than not are required). The best part of it all? They not only cook for you, but they also clean up after!
There's no such thing as a free lunch or dinner — unless you're a kid! Several area restaurants offer kids eat free (or close to free) programs, allowing little ones to get free kids' meals when an adult purchases an entree.
Food Truck Frolic events begin at St. Charles Community College Friday, May 18.Photo courtesy St. Charles Community College.
Food trucks are no longer a novelty in dining. They have increased in number over the years, and St. Louis has no shortage of options. Following your favorite food truck on Twitter is a great way to find out where it will be parked for lunch or dinner, but for a range of options, catch them when they converge at one of the following food truck events: