Locations in St. Louis: Online Ordering

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  • 6 North Cafe

    14438 Clayton Road Manchester/ Ballwin

    636-527-0400

    6 North Cafe's Ballwin location at 144438 Clayton Road is open daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Order online through through Toast or at the restaurant's website.
  • Acero Ristorante

    7266 Manchester Road Maplewood

    314-644-1790

    Current Specials: All wines $200 or less are 40%

    St. Louis has approximately 1 million Italian restaurants, but nothing like Acero. Here you don't choose between the red sauce or the white, and you won't find Provel on anything. Sample salumi from the nation's top artisanal producers, or share a quartino of Amarone wine with a special someone. Pasta dishes, especially, are exquisite - small portions crafted with incredible attention to detail; polenta is poured tableside onto a marble slab and then topped with one of several sumptuous sauces. You're meant to order in the traditional Italian style - antipasto, pasta, then entrée -- but there are no rules except to celebrate the sheer joy of good food and wine.
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  • Adam's Smokehouse

    2819 Watson Road St. Louis - The Hill

    314-875-9890

    You can't spell barbecue without "cue," but the lines haven't formed outside the door at Adam's Smokehouse -- yet. The slow-smoking barbecue joint in Clifton Heights opened in October and serves as a sister store to well-renowned, consistently packed restaurants Pappy's Smokehouse and Bogart's Smokehouse, so it seems like only matter a time before all of St. Louis stands in line to try a bite. Co-owners Frank Vinciguerra and Mike Ireland spent several years working at Pappy's with barbecue master Skip Steele before embarking on their own venture. With the blessing of their barbecue brethren, the two put together a small but substantial menu of smoked meats and traditional sides done well. --MABEL SUEN
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  • Baileys' Range

    920 Olive St. St. Louis - Downtown

    314-241-8121

    Joining Baileys’ Chocolate Bar, Rooster and the Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar, Baileys’ Range is Dave Bailey’s most ambitious venture to date: He seeks to provide luxe-quality burgers in quantities usually associated with Five Guys or Smashburger. Made from locally sourced, grass-fed beef, the burgers are excellent, whether you order yours unadorned, with cheese or classed up with sautéed mushrooms and Taleggio or meated up with pulled pork. Patties made from lamb, bison, duck, chicken and vegetables are also available. The fries are topnotch, the shakes blended with super-creamy housemade ice cream.
    4 articles
  • Baker's & Hale

    7120 Montclaire Avenue, Godfrey Outstate IL

    618-433-9748

    Baker's & Hale is offering its full menu for delivery for patrons within five miles of the restaurant. They also have wine-to-go and beer-to-go options with single $2 domestic bottles and cans or $9 six packs.
  • Balkan Treat Box

    8103 Big Bend Boulevard Webster Groves

    (314) 733-5700

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  • Big Daddy's-Soulard

    1000 Sidney St. St. Louis - Soulard

    314-771-3066

    Nestled in the shadows of the A-B Brewery on the south end of Soulard, Big Daddy's offers a little bit of everything for the south city barfly. The downstairs bar features dj's spinning the latest jams every weekend and ice cold beers and tasty appetizers make it a great place to kick back a watch the game. But an inviting outdoor patio and second upstairs bar give the venue range and seasonal charm.
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  • Boardwalk Waffles & Ice Cream

    7326 Manchester Road, Suite B Maplewood

    314-449-1209

    Waffle & Ice Cream Sandwiches 16 rotating flavors CBD infused ice cream
  • Cafe Napoli

    7754 Forsyth Blvd. Clayton

    314-863-5731

    Tony Pietoso is the omnipresent force in this coolly modern dining room in the Clayton business district. His Napoli offers a relatively short list of pastas complemented by Italian standards, along with such signature dishes as filetto Napoletano (beef tenderloin with tomato, eggplant, cheese and herbs) and gamberi alla Napolitana (shrimp with basil, tomato, onion, garlic, mushrooms and white wine).
    7 articles
  • Chao Baan

    4087 Chouteau Ave #5 St. Louis - Forest Park

    (314) 925-8250

    To help out their neighbor, Chao Baan will offer mix and match options from Rockwell Beer Co. Every four pack sold gets a Rockwell coozie.
  • Charred Crust

    105 S Meramec Clayton

    (314) 721-0393

    On Charred Crust's website, go to "coroporate catering" to enter your online order. Or, go to their page on Uber Eats.
  • Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery

    1730 De Mun Avenue Clayton

    (314) 858-6100

    Call to place your order for curbside or delivery at all three Clementine's locations.
  • Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery

    1637 South 18th Street St. Louis - Lafayette Square

    (314) 858-6100

    Call to place your order for curbside or delivery at all three Clementine's locations.
  • Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery

    4715 Macklind Avenue St. Louis - Tower Grove

    (314) 858-6100

    Call to place your order for curbside or delivery at all three Clementine's locations.
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  • Colleen's Cookies

    7337 Forsyth Blvd. Clayton

    314-727-8427

    Order online is available from 7:30 a.m. to 2p.m. through Colleen's website. Delivery available through Postmates.

    Located at Forsyth and Lindell boulevards, Colleen's Cookies specializes in sweets, including brownies, muffins, whoopee pies and of course, cookies - lots and lots of cookies. At the bake shop, customers can indulge their sweet tooth with a taste of any of the cookies on display, but the heart and soul of the company is its special-order business. Colleen's offers cookies and sweets for any occasion, with many available designs for parties, corporate gifts and special events. Customers can also work with the bakery to create their own customized designs for a unique cookie experience. Colleen's Cookies is open every day but Sunday.
  • Crispy Edge

    4168 Juniata Street, St Louis St. Louis - Tower Grove

    314-310-3343

    Gourmet Potstickers. Globally Inspired
  • The Crossing

    7823 Forsyth Blvd. Clayton

    314-721-7375

    The Crossing is offering free delivery within a 3-mile radius of the restaurant at 7823 Forsyth Boulevard in Clayton.

    One of the best restaurants in St. Louis, this 70-seat Clayton establishment is the homecoming of chef Jim Fiala, who worked at the renowned Restaurant Daniel in New York. The restaurant's name indicates an intersection of French and Italian influences, which means everything from fresh fish with innovative sauces to Kobe beef short ribs. Vegetables are treated as integral elements rather than secondary side dishes, and even the desserts illustrate impeccable attention to detail.
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  • Cugino's Italian Bar & Grill

    1595 N. Us Highway 67 Florissant

    314-831-3222

    To place an order for pickup, call Cogino's at (314) 831-3222 or go to their website. For delivery, use Grub Hub or Postmates.

    Cugino's Italian Bar & Grill is an Italian restaurant located in Florissant, Missouri.
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  • Drunken Fish

    639 Westport Plaza, St. Louis Maryland Heights

    314-275-8300

    All of Drunken Fish's St. Louis locations have online ordering and pick up. Free delivery on oders over $50. Order at drunkenfish.com or call the location closest to you.

    Audacious sushi creations in a mod lounge setting: The Drunken Fish is like one giant experiment to see just how sexy raw fish (and other Japanese food styles) can go. The house rolls throw together everything but the sushi mat: crab meat, radish sprouts, scallions, carrots, eel sauce, avocado, baked scallops, asparagus, tempura, mayonnaise -- and, oh yeah, sometimes rice too. Simpler preparations excel here, like the clean tuna tataki and steak teriyaki, the tempura vegetables and the ice cream-based desserts. As St. Louis' latest stab at a bona fide sushi lounge, the Drunken Fish may prove the start of a whole new dining trend. See listing for second location under "Midtown/West End."
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  • Drunken Fish-Central West End

    1 Maryland Plaza St. Louis - Central West End

    314-367-4222

    All of Drunken Fish's St. Louis locations have online ordering and pick up. Free delivery on oders over $50. Order at drunkenfish.com or call the location closest to you.

    Trendy Central West End spot Drunken Fish, brainchild of Munsok So, brings sushi with a club twist. New-style sashimi offerings include red snapper carpaccio and yellowtail Mexicano, which adds jalapeño pico de gallo and ponzu sauce to the mix. Sake cocktails provide a buzz to go with the fish. This posh sushi lounge also features national and local DJs spinning techno, house and jungle every night. The West Port spot has more of a restaurant feel than the clubbier Central West End location, but no matter which Drunken Fish you choose, make sure your wallet is loaded
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  • Foundation Grounds

    7298 Manchester Road Maplewood

    314-601-3588

    Order online at foundationgrounds.com or call (314) 833-6460.

    Right smack in the middle of the bustling Maplewood scene, Foundation Grounds features a wide selection of food options, emphasizing organic, gluten-free, vegetarian, dairy-free or vegan diets. While the food is great, we're here for the coffee, the selection and quality of which is as carefully watched over as the quality-conscious food. Drinks at Foundation Grounds are easily made dairy-free and vegan-friendly, with soy and almond milks available. In addition to its diverse menu, the cafe plays host to live music and hosts events and specials during the week, and offers a cozy outdoor patio for soaking up sun during warmer months.
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  • Gezellig Taphouse & Bottleshop

    4191 Manchester St. Louis - The Grove

    314-833-5532

    Gezellig is a beer bar located in the heart of The Grove. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we offer online ordering for curbside pickup and delivery. We carry many local options as well as beers from all over the county and world. One may also choose from a wide variety of cider, wine, canned cocktails and everyone's favorite digestive, Underberg. Check out our website to view beers from the cellar, special deals, and information regarding online ordering and delivery.
  • Gioia's Deli

    1934 Macklind Ave. St. Louis - The Hill

    314-776-9410

    Order online at gioiasdeli.com or swing by for pick up at Gioia's location in Creve Coeur or on The Hill.

    An institution on the Hill since 1918, Gioia's Deli began its life as a grocery store but is now a sandwich shop. Gioia's is most famous for its hot salami, or Salam de Testa: a thick, soft salami made from beef and -- yes -- pork snouts. The flavor is rich and earthy and delicious. Try it on its own or in the "Italian trio" with mortadella and Genoa salami, peperoncini, onions and cheese on toasted garlic bread. Gioia's salsiccia is tasty, too, especially when smothered with melting mozzarella cheese.
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  • Guerrilla Street Food

    @guerrillastreet St. Louis - Downtown

    314-529-1328

    Order online for pickup atgsf-online-ordering.square.site. Delivery through Postmates and Uber Eats.

    That Guerrilla Street Food is a truck might be the least interesting fact about it. From their mobile kitchen, Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo serve delicious, inventive Filipino fare of a sort rarely (if ever) seen in St. Louis. The signature dish — the “Flying Pig” — is the standout: tender slow-roasted pork with chiles, sriracha sauce and calamansi (a lime-like citrus fruit), all served over rice and topped decadently with an egg cooked for an hour in a sous-vide bath. A limited menu, but impeccably fresh ingredients at a very fair price.
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  • Half & Half

    8135 Maryland Ave. Clayton

    314-725-0719

    Call in your order for curbside pickup to either of Half & Half's locations [Clayton, (314) 725-0719; Webster Groves, (314) 942-1617]. Order for delivery through Postmates or Grubhub.

    Half & Half serves both breakfast and lunch, but the breakfast menu here - available throughout the day - is unquestionably the star, as owner Mike Randolph (who opened the midtown pizzeria the Good Pie) gives the Most Important Meal of the Day a contemporary bistro treatment. You can pair your eggs with pork belly; the steak in your steak and eggs is a hanger steak. Coffee service, featuring beans from Kaldi's, is extraordinary, from the "ordinary" drip brew to grounds filtered through cloth so as to capture the maximum amount of their essential oils.
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