Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The restaurant is owned by former Harvest chef Steve Gontram, Sauce Magazine reported.
- Nate Birt
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Chef Steve Gontram's anticipated new restaurant Five Star Burgers opened this week in downtown Clayton, Sauce Magazine reported. Quoting from the Sauce blog post: "Guests looking for something beyond beef will be able to choose from lamb, bison, turkey and veggie burgers as well as a slew of sandwiches, salads and sides." Read all about the new restaurant's offerings and see photos in the complete Sauce post. More about Five Star Burgers on Patch:
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:
Friday, May 25, 2012
The restaurant owned by former Harvest chef Steve Gontram will offer grass-fed burgers, shakes, salads, craft beers and more.
An operating permit for the new Five Star Burgers in Clayton has been approved. It happened Tuesday during a meeting of the city's Board of Aldermen. The restaurant, planned at 8125 and 8125A Maryland Ave., will be owned by Steve Gontram, former owner and chef at Harvest in Richmond Heights. A florist and photography studio previously operated there, according to a memo from City Manager Craig Owens and planning director Susan Istenes. (Get the daily Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch newsletter. It's free!) Gontram said Friday that he's hopeful the restaurant will open in early August. Menu offerings will include: "The Five Star Burger operation will feature all-natural, grass-fed, hormone-free burgers ground in-house and hand-formed," the …
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Steve Gontram will open the restaurant on Maryland Avenue, St. Louis Magazine's Relish blog reported.
The former owner of Richmond Heights' acclaimed Harvest restaurant will open Five Star Burgers St. Louis on Maryland Avenue in Clayton, St. Louis Magazine's Relish blog reported Thursday. Quoting from the Relish post: "Steve’s father, Bob Gontram, is currently developing Five Star Burgers in New Mexico, and the St. Louis location 'will be modeled after his,' said the younger Gontram, adding that St. Louis will see some 'personal touches to an already great concept.'" Read more about the hamburgers, expected price ranges, the way the site will look and more in the complete Relish post. More about Clayton and Richmond Heights burgers on Patch: