Sub sandwiches and cheap beer with a laid-back vibe amidst the hustle and bustle of downtown.
Approachable cuisine with an edge by South Louisiana native and chef/owner Scott Serpas.
Souper Jenny opened its third location on the Westside in Jan. 2015. The quaint and tasteful ambiance of mom's kitchen is in full force at owner Jenny Levinson's new locale. Expect wholesome soups, tasty sandwiches and crisp salads.
Through her newest venture, the Indian-inspired bakery/cafe Spice to Table, chef/owner Asha Gomez invites guests to expand their knowledge of Indian food (an ancient, geographically vast, and incredibly diverse cuisine) beyond buffet tikka masala. The cafe serves lunchtime offerings that change daily. Expect a few varieties of kati roll, or Indian flatbread, roasted and spiced vegetables, and baked samosa pockets (as long as they haven't sold out). Gomez's beloved chai tea, available hot or iced, is always available. Try it with her signature carrot cake.
This is the second location of a charcuterie which originally opened in Kirkwood. They offer weekly, rotating menus including cheeses, pates, salamis, sausages, and a range of other products.
Opened nearly two years after co-founder Ryan Hidinger passed away from cancer, Staplehouse specializes in prix fixe and à la carte new American cuisine, such as a chicken liver tart, blue crab with sunchoke, and cauliflower custard. The restaurant's net profits benefit The Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that provides assistance to restaurant workers in crisis.
Stationside is Terminal West's restaurant operation located at the King Plow Arts Center. The fare from chef Dan Brown, formerly of the Porter Beer Bar, includes casual eats like Cuban sandwiches and smoked tofu. Stationside is open for lunch Tues.-Fri., but only open for dinner service during shows.
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Concentrics Restaurants' answer to the sports bar, Stats has five bars, including one on the rooftop deck. The food runs the gamut from barroom burgers to barbecue. Private rooms and several tables are stocked with Table Taps that allow you to pour your own brew while watching the game.
The casual eatery offers far more than just piping-hot pies, serving up dishes like grilled pork chops and burgers for dinner, tuna melts and French onion soup for lunch, and eggs Benedict and sourdough French toast for breakfast - plus an on-site convenience store for basic sundries.
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