Local Eats | St. Louis Edition

With over 25 Rock ‘n’ Roll domestic events each year, the event staff sure works up an appetite on race weekend. As runners, we’ve already done all the homework for your visit to St. Louis so you can come prepared to taste the best of the Gateway of the West. Here are the top recommendations from staff and local race ambassadors to help you make a swift decision when you’re tired and just plain ol’ rungry in St. Louis!

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*List is in alphabetical order

For the Foodie…

Bailey’s Range

Price Range: $$
For an out-of-this world burger you must stop by Bailey’s Range. Select from a wide variety of burgers like the Sweet Hot — an incredible combination of Maple Lamb, Chipotle Chevre and crushed pecans. The only way you can improve on this meal is by pairing it with a local beer or an amazing home-made milk shake.


Price Range: $$
Located in Forest Park, Boathouse serves up family-friendly American cuisine and a great water-front ambiance. Patrons can dine on the outdoor patio dog in tow, rent paddleboats or take a romantic stroll around the lake.

Blueberry Hill

Price Range: $
Blueberry Hill is perfect for sandwiches served with a little bit of Chuck Berry music history.


Price Range: S
Where everything looks almost too good to eat, Egg’s weekends-only breakfast will blow your mind.


Price Range: $$$
Farmhaus in South City is dedicated to supporting local farm, organic food production and sustainable agriculture. Their menu changes daily based on the freshest ingredients available, so you’ll always be in for a surprise. Be sure to make a reservation because they fill up quickly!

Fitz’s American Grill

Price Range: $$
Carbo-load at Fitz’s on Delmar in University City. World famous for their draft root beers, sodas and burgers, they’re also a bottling company that bottles their own brews. Watch the bottling line from your table as you enjoy sip on this refreshing American tradition.


Price Range: $
If “bottomless” and “all-you-can-eat” are words you love, then Gooseberries’ Saturday buffet is just for you.

The Mud House

Price Range: $
If you love coffee, then you’ll love The Mud House for its brews and breakfast to boot.

Onesto Pizza & Tratoria

Price Range: $$
Located in South City, Onesto is another Italian favorite offering specialty pizza and farm fresh fare.

Rooster Cafe

Price Range: $$
Looking for that perfect breakfast or brunch location downtown? Rooster Cafe is the place. We recommend the Rooster Slinger or a dessert crepe post race!

Sweetie Pie’s

Price Range: $$
If you’ve ever watched the show Welcome to Sweetie Pies on the O Network, you know Soul Food and Comfort Food are the main courses on the menu.

Ted Drewes

Price Range: $
While milk shakes and ice cream are favorite post race treats, no stop in St. Louis is complete without Ted Drewes’ Frozen Custard located off the world famous old Route 66.

TwinOak Wood-Fried Fare

Price Range: $$
Located in the Brentwood area, TwinOak’s delicious wood-fired pizzas, salads, appetizers and local craft brews will surely ease those hunger pangs.

Winslow’s Home

Price Range: $$
Chef Cary McDowell brings his style to life at Winslow’s Home. Located on Delmar in University City, you will find both an incredible dining experience as well as a general store.

For the brew tour fanatic…

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours

Price Range: $
Go back to school…Beer School that is! Get an in-depth look at how some of America’s favorite beers like Michelob Ultra (our series sponsor) and Budweiser are crafted as you explore the oldest and largest Anheuser-Busch Brewery. With seating for 300 and 17 beers on tap and a new Beer Garden opening this summer, you will be sure to find good times in South St. Louis City.

For the Wine-O…

Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar

Price Range: $$
Located downtown on Locust, a stop at Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar will appease both the beer and wine lover alike. With 55 beers on tap and over 100 wines to select from in addition to a late night dinner menu, let the conversation pour.

Remy’s Kitchen & Wine Bar

Price Range: $$
Aching for a touch of Mediterranean in St. Louis? Enjoy the artsy and colorful décor of Remy’s over wine flights and small plates like their stuffed Grapevine Leaves and exquisite cheese platter, a perfect combination for any group affair.

Sasha’s Wine Bar

Price Range: $$
Located on Clayton by Tower Grove Park, Sasha’s is the perfect place to unwind for lunch or dinner with friends over a glass of wine and a cheese plate. Select from a list of European style cold plates and savory hot crepes made to order.



Let us know your favorites and what you try from this list!