This Week's Dish: Bixby's Offers New Autumn Menu With Vegetarian-Friendly Dishes
Bixby’s restaurant in Forest Park has embraced the autumn weather to serve as the inspiration for its seasonal menu made fresh, local ingredients. The newest additions to the menu come in savory, fall flavors—many of which are also vegetarian and gluten-free.
Soups and salads include brie cider bisque with herb granola or roasted butternut squash and kale salad with parsnip, carrot and maple vinaigrette. For starters, try sharing truffled cauliflower hummus or curried pumpkin and potato samosas. Wild mushroom and arugula risotto with sage pesto, maple glazed chicken schnitzel with mustard spätzle and apple braised red cabbage, braised pot roast or grilled salmon make up the entree options. 5700 Lindell Blvd., Missouri History Museum in Forest Park, 314.361.7313
A new internationally inspired dining destination is in the works for the South Grand district of restaurants. As reported by Sauce, Cafe Mochi owner Victor Pham is making plans to accommodate around 100 diners next May in the space at 3609 Juniata Street.
As reported by Feast, The Loop’s Corner 17 Noodles & Bubble Tea reopened this month after expanding into the next door space that once housed Qdoba. The restaurant not only boasts a larger dining space, but has revamped its menu with authentic Chinese eats complete with handmade noodles, dumplings and more. 6625 Delmar Blvd., Delmar Loop, 314.727.2402
Oct. 25: See Sidney Street Cafe’s Justin McMillen go head-to-head against Pastaria’s Josh Poletti in a Burger Battle at Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions this Sunday. Held from 4pm-6pm, you’re the judge at this event, so expect to get some great eats along with beers from Side Project Brewing. Tickets start at $26. 2810 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, 314.647.2567