The downtown Clayton favorite, recently named one of St. Louis' best sports bars, moved just around the corner.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Thursday, March 28, 2013
The downtown Clayton favorite, recently named one of St. Louis' best sports bars, is making a short move.
Barrister's is moving to a new space, but it isn't too far away. The downtown Clayton sports bar, owned by brothers Adam and Jason Tilford, will make a switch to a smaller space at 7923 Forsyth, according to St. Louis Magazine. RFT recently recognized Barrister's for its superior bar food. The brothers operated in their 15 N. Meramec space for nine years, St. Louis Magazine reports. Barrister's won't be the only new face on the block. A new restaurant, Libertine, is opening up next door. Update: Barrister's began serving out of its new location on April 7. View photos of the new space on Barrister's Facebook page. Catch up on the latest Clayton business news:
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Sauce Magazine finds out how a man who owns four restaurants, and consults on several others, keeps everything in balance.
Sauce Magazine recently sat down with Mission Taco Joint owner Jason Tilford—though ‘sat down’ is probably the wrong term. The conversation focused on how he stays in shape, despite the many tempting dishes that pass through his kitchens every day. Tilford shares his ‘guilty pleasure’ foods, and five basic tactics he uses to fit exercise and healthy eating into his busy lifestyle. Check out Telford’s tips on Sauce Magazine.
Sunday, October 9, 2011
More than 40 toppings are planned at Crushed Red Urban Bake and Chop Shop, 8007 Maryland Ave.
Award-winning St. Louis restaurateur Chris LaRocca and longtime partner Jason Tilford are planning a new Clayton restaurant, Crushed Red Urban Bake and Chop Shop. LaRocca has had his hand in many pots. He has directed many multi-million dollar restaurant operations, incuding Catering St. Louis and Romacorp, Inc. Now, he is focusing on his company, Culinary Architects.The Riverfront Times recently named Tilford best local chef. Two foodies, many successes The two began working together when LaRocca put him in charge of back-of-the-house operations for two of his Crazy Fish Fresh Grill locations. The original Crazy Fish was located in Clayton and received numerous awards, including best plate presentation and best eclectic dining by The St. …