Sunday, June 17, 2012
The restaurant is expected to open later this summer on Maryland Avenue in Clayton.
The forthcoming restaurant Five Star Burgers received a liquor license Tuesday at a meeting of the Clayton Board of Aldermen. In response to a question from Ward 3 Alderman Alex Berger III, owner Steve Gontram said the business' hours will generally be the same as those of neighboring restaurants such as Almonds. Five Star Burgers will be open seven days a week and will close by 10 p.m. from Monday through Friday. It's possibly the facility will stay open a bit later on the weekends. "I am not looking to have late nights," Gontram said. He said the focus of the site will be food, not alcohol. He expects about 15 percent of sales will be for alcohol. The restaurant is expected to open in early August. More about Five Star Burgers on Patch:
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch has rounded up local restaurants that will be open this Thanksgiving. Some have special holiday meals, while others are serving their usual fare.
Not interested in spending this Thanksgiving in your Clayton or Richmond Heights kitchen? Then check out this list of local options for good, cooking disaster-free food. Cardwell's Restaurant and Bar Time: Doors will open at 3:30 p.m., seating is available until 8 p.m. Pricing: The cost will be $24.95 for adults and $13.95 for children. Menu: Cardwell's is offering a buffet this Thanksgiving. Enjoy roasted turkey, stuffing, ham, traditional mashed and sweet potatoes. Additionally, guests will enjoy salad and dessert tables. For a Cardwell's touch, enjoy grilled salmon, rice and seafood stew as well. Maggiano's Little Italy Time: Open regular hours, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Pricing: The cost will be $34.95 for adults and $16.95 for children, …
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Chef Nicholas Miller of Harvest in Richmond Heights cooked up a thick burger but didn't capture the top titles.
Hundreds of hamburger lovers stampeded onto the parking lot of Whole Foods Market Galleria in Brentwood on Thursday to take part in a burger cook-off that organizers hope will become an annual event. Participants sipped on complimentary Schlafly beer as they sampled the creations of six local chefs and cast their votes for their favorite burger. The event was sponsored by Feast magazine and Rain Crow Ranch—suppliers of the grass-fed beef sold at Whole Foods Market and used in the competition. The chefs made the most of the quality meat with six gourmet burgers sure to please any lover of America's favorite sandwich. Chef Clara Moore of Local Harvest Café in St. Louis said her secret was the use of butter, while Chef Cary McDowell—of …
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Monday, April 4, 2011
More than 750 Ameren customers were without power for a portion of the evening.
High winds left more than 750 Ameren customers in Richmond Heights without power for part of Sunday, a company representative said. The outage affected 769 customers starting at 4:05 p.m., managing supervisor of communications Trina Muniz said. Power had been restored to all customers by 8:55 p.m., though it had returned to all but about 50 before that time, she said. Harvest restaurant, 1059 S. Big Bend Blvd., reported on its Twitter feed that it was among the customers affected by the outage. "Mother Nature strikes again!" the 4:50 p.m. post stated. "Power is out in the whole neighborhood including Harvest! We are sorry for any cancellations. Pray for Power!" A message seeking comment on the outage was not immediately returned. The …
Monday, February 14, 2011
Options include sweets from Lake Forest Confections and jewelry from Simon's Jewelers.
If you're a resident of Clayton or Richmond Heights, a number of places in the community will come in handy this Valentine's Day. Whether you're looking for a store to buy a gift, a restaurant to share a romantic dinner or a place to enjoy a fun activity, these cities have more than enough ways to celebrate Valentine's Day, no matter your budget. Today, Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch presents 10 ideas—five from both cities—that are sure to satisfy on this day of romance. Clayton 1. Oceano Bistro It's sometimes nice to splurge on your loved one and go out to a restaurant that offers fine dining. Oceano Bistro, located on North Brentwood Boulevard in downtown, is an ideal place to take in some of the best fresh seafood Missouri has to offer…