At, the new ciderworks that opens tonight in Downtown West, you can get a beer and a burger, a glass of wine and a New York strip. You can even get a Jack and Coke, if you're so inclined.But if you're going to come here — and you reallycome here — you ought to try the cider. This is the first ciderworks in St. Louis, and it's doubling down on the hard cider that's captivated the coasts. The staff at Brick River isn't just making enough of the fermented beverage for the four taps on site.
Vicia could be a big, big winner at this year's biggest food awards — the Central West End restaurant is a semi-finalist in the James Beard award's best new restaurant category.For the record: That's best new restaurant in the nation — putting Michael and Tara Gallina's eatery in extremely rarified company. It's one of just five Midwestern restaurants in the category.And Vicia isn't the only local restaurant vying for national honors.
There are days when JD and Kate Dobson's house smells like Donald Trump — suntan oil and steak, with a note of synthetic hair. And then there are the Justin Trudeau days, when the cozy little house in Southampton fills with the intoxicating aroma of chai tea and maple. The Canadian prime minister lingers, to the point that someone will invariably compliment Kate's "perfume" later when she's at the grocery store. "Is that ..." they'll ask, maybe thinking Gucci or Hugo Boss.
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Selecting a term
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