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The Fountain on Locust is the most photographed restaurant in St Louis, with a one-of-a-kind hand painted art deco interior. Home of The Ice Cream Martini, The Fountain serves exceptional soups, delicious made-from-scratch food, hand crafted cocktails and fine ice creams.
Enjoy Signature Ice Cream Martinis, Old Fashioned Ice Cream Specialties, amazing adult desserts, Retro Cocktails, Champagne Floats, Classic Malts & Milkshakes and the best Old-Fashioned Phosphate Sodas made by the glass. Try some of the freshest bar drinks in The Fountains mixologist style full bar, serving hand crafted Seasonal Cocktails, wine, beer, and 100% Lemon Lemonade. Sit in the restaurants west side booths, just past the bar and listen to the only Restaurant Radio Comedy Serial, Soap Hospital. Every two minutes there is a new episode! The Fountains entire staff shares the desire to serve you the most delicious and unique soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts, created with the highest quality ingredients and offered at the lowest possible prices. Thats part of the reason The Fountain on Locust was voted Best Restaurant in St. Louis on a budget and Best Restaurant to Impress Out-of-Towners. The Fountain on Locust was also named Best Ice Cream Parlor in the state of Missouri and one of the Top Ten best restaurants in the state.
Small Batch opened in December 2013 in historic “auto row” in the vibrant Midtown neighborhood in St. Louis. The century-old space was originally the home of a ford model t showroom. since then converted into a classy 1930’s themed lounge, the restaurant is perfect for casual hang-outs, private parties, date nights, cocktail hours, or simply a relaxing evening spent enjoying a pour of your choice of whiskey.
Our chefs are committed to preparing seasonal vegetarian fare made with locally sourced produce, with an emphasis of global cuisine. you’ll find shareable small plates, hearty entrees, and tempting desserts on our menu. Join us for dinner every evening, or brunch on Sundays.
In 1993, Fitz’s opened in the Delmar Loop area of University City, a suburb of St. Louis. To assure authenticity, the call went out for a vintage bottling line. Incredibly, a 1940’s bottling line was found in an old barn in Shawano, Wisconsin. It was refurbished and installed at the restaurant, where it is visible from every table on the main floor. Fully operational, the bottling line can turn out a bottle every second….of root beer or another popular flavor, such as cream and orange.
Fitzs Original Restaurant
The building that houses Fitz’s was built in 1928, for the West End Bank. It became the Delmar Bank in 1933, and was remodelled in 1944 when the attractive art deco façade was added. For a while, during the 1980’s, it was a Chinese restaurant known as The Lantern House.
Today, Fitz’s sits in the heart of the Delmar Loop, a ten-block section of distinctive stores, shops and even a renovated movie theater dating back to the 1930’s. One of the highlights of this area is the St. Louis Walk of Fame. Inaugurated in 1988, the Walk of Fame honors more than 100 men and women with plaques in the sidewalk over a 6 block area. These are St. Louisans who have made contributions to our culture in many different areas of endeavor. The honorees include Kevin Kline, Chuck Berry, Tina Turner, Tennessee Williams, Charles Lindbergh and Stan Musial.
Fitz’s Root Beer first appeared in St. Louis at a local drive-in restaurant back in 1947. Famous for its tasty draft root beer and hamburgers, Fitz’s quickly became a local tradition. After sadly disappearing for a number of years, Fitz’s Root Beer was revived in 1993 when Fitz’s Bottling Company, America’s original soda microbrewery opened in the historic and vibrant Delmar Loop. Please come watch us bottle Fitz’s Premium Sodas while sipping on a frosty mug of root beer and enjoying some good homemade food from our diverse American menu.
Fitz’s Root Beer, our flagship soda, is made according to an original recipe developed in St. Louis in 1947. Our unique formula features fine ingredients including select natural roots, spices, barks and is exclusively sweetened with all natural pure cane sugar. Thanks to its robust and creamy flavor, Fitz’s Root Beer has been recognized as one of the best root beers in the United States. We keg Fitz’s Root Beer in 15 gallon barrels in our bottling room right inside our restaurant and serve it ice cold right out of the tap. Our mugs are ‘bottomless’ so come thirsty and enjoy Fitz’s Root Beer, and our other kegged traditional sodas, including Fitz’s Diet Root Beer, Cream Soda, Orange Pop and Black Cherry!
Fitz’s is family friendly so families and large parties are always welcome! Besides plenty of draft sodas and fantastic floats, we also offer a wide selection of local craft beers and signature adult beverages. In warm weather, outside seating is available on our large patio right next to the newly constructed Chuck Berry Plaza!
The Wild Flower Restaurant & Catering was created in 1995 by owner, Tracy Czarnec. Her vision was to bring together American gourmet dining with a casual atmosphere. The decision to open in the Central West End seemed natural. A trendy area with a cosmopolitan feel, the West End turned out to be the perfect place for the Wild Flower and diners looking for more than just another fine dining restaurant.
It’s been said many times, the Wild Flower is the Midwest’s answer to a Greenwich Village hot spot; a charming atmosphere combined with a creative and delectable menu. There truly is something for everyone at the Wild Flower.
Avenue, in the historic Lafayette Square neighborhood of St. Louis. We exist to provide our neighbors, friends and families with a warm environment of thoughtful service, exceptional food, drink and company.
Thursday 11AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Friday 11AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Saturday 10AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Sunday 10AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Monday 11AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Tuesday 11AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM
Wednesday 11AM–2PM, 5:30PM–12AM