Bixby’s Celebrates MO History Museum’s ‘Little Black Dress’ with Prix Fixe Dinners

It’s the final week to see Missouri History Museum’s “Little Black Dress” exhibit, and Bixby’s is sending the fashionable display out with a celebratory series of prix fixe dinners. Starting today through Thursday, Sept. 1, make your reservation for a $30 three-course meal with dishes such as the Louie Salad with blue cheese, house-smoked bacon vinaigrette and local greens or summer risotto filled with grilled zucchini and tomato confit topped off with a lemon and sweet basil Panna cotta for dessert. 5700 Lindell Blvd., Forest Park, 314.361.7313

Wright City’s scenic Cedar Lake Cellars recently added husband-and-wife Aaron and Ashley Lyons tp their restaurant team as executive chef and chef de cuisine. As a former personal chef, Aaron takes over the kitchen with a goal to ensure quality dining experiences by modifying and creating new menus to utilize local, clean ingredients. Ashley serves as the winery’s first liaison between the kitchen and customer, where she will make sure each dish is prepared to perfection and exactly what the customer ordered. 11008 Schreckengast Road, Wright City, Mo., 636.745.9500

Breakfast and lunch spot The Shack is opening its third location this fall. The new location will be in the former space that housed Lester’s in Chesterfield. 14810 Clayton Road, Chesterfield

The Grove is getting a new Mediterranean spot to get your foodie fix. As reported by Sauce, Shisha will be opening in the former SoHo space in the next few weeks. Expect to see a menu of beef , fish and chicken shawarma, falafel and more as well as a full bar with an outdoor space to enjoy smoking hookah. 4229 Manchester Ave., The Grove

Aug. 29: Celebrate all things tomato at Randolfi’s for a special Monday night dinner with Such and Such Farm and paired with rosé wines from Vinoteca. Expect to get tomato-infused dishes in the multi-course meal with items like fried green zebra tomato salad, chicken with tomato confit and much more. 6665 Delmar Blvd, University City, 314.899.9221

Sept. 14: Mark your calendars and grab tickets to the first-ever Harvest Dinner in a garden of Tower Grove Park. The new STL event in the historic park will feature a five-course meal by Taste chef Heather Stone of Taste prepared with fresh ingredients from the park’s garden like radishes, squash, beets and more. You’ll also get a special walkthrough of the vegetable garden with the park’s horticulture supervisor, Steve Hogenmiller. 4256 Magnolia Ave., Tower Grove, 314.771.4484

Photo courtesy of Bixby’s

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