This Week's Dish: Jump on the Tour de Taco with Mike's Bikes

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

It was announced last week that Herbie’s Vintage ’72 will be moving from its popular spot to Clayton this fall. The Central West End eatery—which was also the former Café Balaban space—will be heading to the Cardwell’s space in Clayton. Chef-owner Aaron Teitelbaum decided to move the restaurant since the CWE space’s lease is up in October and Cardwell’s owners, Rich and Debbie Gorczyca, had made plans to retire.  405 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End

Photo courtesy of Atomic Cowboy

Photo courtesy of Atomic Cowboy

May 24: Tomorrow is Giveback Tuesday at Katie’s Pizza and Pasta Osteria. When you dine at the Rock Hill eatery, 100 percent of the day’s proceeds will benefit the Animal Protective Association of Missouri. Katie’s has raised and donated $57,000 for local charities to date, so be sure to be a part of this month’s cause. 9568 Manchester Road, Rock Hill

May 25: Central West End is getting its own Whole Foods Market and there’s going to be plenty of great ways to celebrate with grand opening on Wednesday. Stop by starting at 9am for free sampes and entertainment. The first 500 customers will receive a gift card valued between $5 and $50—with one lucky $500 win. 4577 W. Pine Blvd., Central West End

May 27: Get your weekly food truck dose at Grant’s Farm. From 6-10pm, hang out at the farm and enjoy eats from local trucks like Locoz Tacoz, Slice of the Hill, Cheese Shack and Sarah’s Cake Stop. Hang out before or after to feed the goats, enjoy a carousel or even a camel ride. 10501 Gravois Road, Crestwood

May 27-30: Celebrate Memorial Day weekend with ribs at the 2016 Mid-America Chevy Dealers St Louis Ribfest in St. Charles. The family-friendly event runs throughout the weekend and will provide plenty of great eats made from nationally recognized barbecue champions and local favorites like Sugarfire Smoke House, Salt + Smoke and more.

May 29: This Sunday, hop on your bike to ride along the Third Annual Tour de Taco ride. The casually paced ride runs from 11am-4pm beginning at Mike’s Bikes STL in Central West End and will make four delicious stops along the way to enjoy a taco creation by local favorites Seoul Taco, Taco Circus, Atomic Cowboy and El Burro Loco. It will only cost you $30 to participate for great eats, drink specials and you’ll even get a special commemorative t-shirt with your advanced registration. 324 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End

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