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Hit List: New St. Louis Restaurants To Try This February

Feb 8, 2019

Elmwood opened up February in Maplewood.
Credit Meera Nagarajan

On Friday’s St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh talked up some of the latest additions to the St. Louis region’s food-and-beverage community. Joining Marsh for the Hit List segment were Sauce Magazine managing editor Heather Hughes and staff writer Adam Rothbarth.

Elmwood (2704 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143) Sauce recommends trying:

  • Grilled broccoli with cayenne-tinged tahini dressing
  • Mafalda, house-made noodles with grilled vegetable bolognese
  • Fried chicken liver paired with Elmwood’s house-made ranch

Sultān Mediterranean Restaurant (4200 Manchester Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110) Sauce recommends trying:

  • Baba Ganoush with charred naan bread
  • Sultan Pilau, a phyllo dough pocket filled with lamb shank, basmati rice, nuts and salad
  • Dolma, stuffed grape leaves
  • Munto, steamed dumplings topped with garlic yogurt sauce, mint and parsley

Union 30 (705 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63101) Sauce recommends trying:

  • Mac and cheese
  • Seared turbot with risotto and saffron broth
  • 36-hour smoked beef short rib with garlic baby spinach over mashed potatoes

Old Herald Brewery and Distillery (115 E Clay St, Collinsville, IL 62234) Sauce recommends trying:

  • Printer’s Ink, earthy stout
  • Dear Abby cocktail, in-house Ardent Spirits vodka, orange zest syrup, cranberry juice and lime
  • Old Herald Fries with cheese curds, gravy and beef cheek
  • Short Rib Burger, chuck rib patty served with American cheese, pickle, onion and smoked ketchup

Listen to the full discussion:

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