Dining

Quick Bites 11.15.17

nourishment for all 
Nourish by Hollyberry now is offering its meal subscription services to local corporate offices as well as home-based customers. CEO and founder Holly Cunningham hopes to encourage companies’ health and wellness initiatives through three different meal plans. She’s also made changes at her Warson Woods storefront to include more offerings for busy families.

food tours galore 
For all the foodies out there, it’s time to head downtown! Susie Smith and Jennifer Schmid, the mother and daughter duo behind Savor Saint Louis Food Tours, just added downtown to their list of neighborhoods, which includes the CWE and The Loop. The three-hour walking tour will include tasty bites from various restaurants, as well as tidbits on the city’s history and food trends.

getting lucky  
Lumiére Place is amping up its offerings for guests. It opened Ozzie’s Burger Bar in time for postseason baseball (despite the Redbirds being out of contention). Open for lunch, dinner and late-night snacks, it offers guests a fast-casual dining option. Looking for something a little fancier? Morton’s The Steakhouse will open early next year on the casino floor.

an arch exclusive 
Leonard Wine Company is spotlighting its St. Louis connection with a new wine offering. The Napa-based winemaking family, originally from our great city, just released the 2016 Muddy Arch California Roussanne, only available locally at various restaurants and wine shops. The voluptuous white, which features the iconic steel structure on its label, is a blend of the company’s three Vineyard Designate wines and was specifically blended for St. Louisans. Cheers!

extra bits 
Nixta is experiencing a shake-up since its executive chef, Tello Carreon, just left his post. Look to Quick Bites for who takes his place! … 5 Star Burgers closed in Kirkwood but remains open at its other locations in Clayton and Creve Coeur. … St. Louis once again has proven its connection to good hops as four local breweries left their mark in Denver at the Great American Beer Festival. Taking home medals were Perennial Artisan Ales, Charleville Brewing Co., Side Project Brewing and Schlafly.

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