Sunday, March 3, 2013
Diners can stop by through March 9.
Araka is closing its doors this spring, and a steakhouse is already eyeing its space, according to information in St. Louis Magazine. Customers can still dine at Araka through March 9, the magazine reports, before it undergoes a major renovation to become 801 Chophouse. Read the full St. Louis Magazine report. The restaurant opened in 2007, according to Riverfront Times’ Gut Check blog, but battled closing rumors throughout 2012. Other recent Clayton and Richmond Heights business news:
Sunday, January 6, 2013
The newest steak house in Clayton wants to be your celebration destination.
Brazikat Brazilian Steak and Seafood isn’t your ordinary steak place. Sure, the meat is grilled to perfection over a mesquite wood fire and the portions are plentiful. But Brazikat doesn’t bother with hot plates to keep your steak warm—they bring it out fresh from the grill and carve it right onto your plate. Its already sizzling. Brazikat is known for their all-you-can-eat feasts of twelve different meats, from top sirloin and pork to chicken. Selections of meat are lightly seasoned and roasted over a fire on skewers, then delivered right to your table. The All-You-Can-Eat “Feast of Meats” is $39.95 for a selection of beef, pork, chicken, turkey and lamb. It includes the 35 item gourmet salad bar, mashed potatoes, and caramelized bananas…
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Updates to the menu and a planned re-design of the dining room are taking shape at the Ladue restaurant, but the 800 bottle wine list will remain a focal point of the establishment.
With nearly a dozen years under its belt as a successful restaurant in Ladue, Truffles has begun preparing for change. The dining room will undergo an overhaul, and the menu will continue to increase its focus on locally sourced ingredients. Part of the backbone of the restaurant’s evolution will be an extensive wine list, currently supported by some 800 bottles. Truffles’ commitment to an outstanding wine experience began simply when the doors opened nearly a dozen years ago (October will mark its 12 year anniversary), and picked up pace over the years. “It’s something that the owners and the staff are passionate about, and as the community’s interest in wine has grown, as has our wine list,” said Adam Marino, general manager of the …