Town and Country in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Town and Country with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 460 reviews
With an indulgent menu focused on superior quality seafood, Bristol Seafood Grill crafts its dishes with exacting standards & pampers its guests in a comfortable atmosphere. Featuring a generous cellar selection, an oyster bar & creative cuisine, Bristol delivers culinary excellence at a surprising value. Open for weekday lunch, dinner & Sunday Brunch.
I've eaten at Bristols for many years. They are still the best in service and food quality. I've taken many dates here and they have always been happy with this place. Sunday brunch is really good. Really good salmon. Nothing disappointing on the food menu. I wish i lived closer.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Kreis' has been a St. Louis favorite for over 60 years. Famous for our world renowned Prime Rib.
I travel to St Louis for business and heard on several occasions that this place was great. I decided to finally give it a try. When you rank this with other steakhouses in major cities at this price. It was average. At best. Shrimp cocktail was a joke do not waste your money.
4.5 based on 219 reviews
The crust is crispy but tasty. The toppings were very good. Even the Caesar dressing was very good. The order was ready when promised. What more can you ask from a pizza place?
4.5 based on 164 reviews
J. Gilbert's is an "upscale casual" steakhouse serving prime-aged beef cooked over a mesquite wood-fired grill. Guests enjoy various cuts of steak, fresh seafood (including award-winning crab cakes) & other house made favorites like the Maytag Bleu potato chips. The cozy atmosphere includes rich wood, brick & soft lighting where you can enjoy a quiet table or host a large party. The extensive martini & wine list offers the perfect compliment to an excellent meal delivered with attentive service. J. Gilbert's is open daily for dinner & lunch. Reservations are recommended.
Great birthday dinner! Sam, our waiter, was awesomely attentive. The food was delicious (husband had the 6 oz. filet, me the cedar planked salmon) and prepared just as we asked. Sam was so kind to bag up our leftovers, including my complimentary birthday dessert. Although J. Gilbert's is a bit pricey for weekly dining out, we enjoy coming here several times a year for special occasions. It's always a great way to celebrate the year end holidays.
4.5 based on 215 reviews
The first time I went to Paul Manno's the confusion was surreal. Very good friends had recommended this restaurant and here it was...in a shopping strip mall! I was certain there was no way this could be the best Italian restaurant in St Louis. Over 15 years later, I'm still eating "crow" over that assumption! Travel guides and St Louis residents who don't regularly indulge in fine-r dining, will always tout restaurants "On the Hill" This area is known as St Louis's "Little Italy"...and it is fantastic. However, I've eaten at the Michelin highest star restaurants, Tony's...Geraldo's, Anthony's. Paul Manno's is HANDS DOWN the best food in our city. If you're lucky, and this isn't even Italian, the scrod will be there. Always fresh, that's why it's an Off the Menu item. The scrod with the light white wine, butter and caper sauce is to die for, seriously!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
This is a very popular spot with the locals since they offer your typical suburban Italian fare from pizzas to pasta and beyond. Try to avoid the very busy weekend evenings though as the waits for tables can be quite long unless you come before 5:30 pm. With the crowds, service can be quite slow, although the food is consistently good.
4 based on 247 reviews
Very busy New Years Eve crowd got us to our table about 20 minutes past our reservation but beyond that it was excellent in every way. Great wine and drink selection, pork belly tostada app was full of flavor and filet medallion with lobster tail special was awesome. Great evening.
5 based on 45 reviews
I have read so much about NRB that I've wanted to try it for quite some time. A friend and I stopped today for lunch . We were surprised there were only 4 sandwich choices & 2 salads. My friend chose the roast beef-croissant, she said was delicious . I had chicken salad croissant, chicken salad was good, croissant was hands down the most delicious I've ever had !!!!!! ❤️
We decided not to get a dessert today, but looking forward to a return visit very soon !!
A MUST Visit!!!! yummy !!
4.5 based on 206 reviews
Featuring local "farm to table" food using a breadth of farmer in the Missouri and Illinois communities. When asked to define of The Crossing, Owner/Executive Chef Jim Fiala often says that he is a chef that buys locally whenever possible and cooks as any French and/or Italian chef would given the ingredients sourced. Joining Jim is Chef Matt Abeshouse who brings a wealth of passion and expertise in classic French cuisine to the kitchen. Our food is fresh, organic (whenever possible), seasonal and by design very simple. The Crossing stays true to classic techniques and the chefs love showing off their skills and passion for elegant food.
OK. Broken record. Another stellar review. New Year's Eve, limited menu, but it didn't matter. This fantastic restaurant has withstood the test of time and risen to the top of what St. Louis has to offer in the food department.
It is expensive, yes, but it's one of those places that really is worth a splurge. You can listen to the concierge hype about other local high-end eateries, but I say skip the overblown Italian place downtown and allow yourself to be spoiled here. You can thank me later.
This visit we were offered the opportunity to add shaved black truffle to any of our dishes, so we split a portion to complement our pasta course. Wow.
4.5 based on 391 reviews
I have a severe garlic intolerance. So, why go to an Italian restaurant? Because my husband likes Italian food and I heard Maggiano's accommodates people with food allergies....and indeed they do!! The waitress brought Chef Brian to our table, where he ask me about my food issues and then suggested several options and how he might prepare them for me. He "custom created" my food. Everything I ate was fabulous and without repercussions. Although I could not eat their pasta dishes, I had flavorful choices.
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