This Week's Dish: Nashville's Slider House Arrives in Rock Hill March 6
Nashville-based Slider House is finally making its debut in Rock Hill next week. Serving up gourmet sliders, salads, craft cocktails and St. Louis’ soon-to-be largest canned beer emporium (more than 100 beers!), the public have already been able to get a glimpse of the space in soft openings last week and and this weekend, but the grand opening to the public is set for March 6. 9528 Manchester Road, Rock Hill
We’ve already shared our first look at The Cheshire’s newest dining spot, Boundary, with you. Now, you can enjoy more of the dishes and signature drinks from executive chef Rex Hale and crew at Boundary. Guests can now enjoy lunch offerings like a bacon avocado egg sandwich, kale salad, macaroni and cheese and more. Happy hour is now available Monday-Friday from 4-6pm with drink specials like $4 local beers, $6 craft cocktails and eats such as $1 buck shuck oysters. Brunch will also be served on Sundays from 10am-4pm with shareable options like beignets or poutine to plates like lemon ricotta pancakes. 7036 Clayton Road, Clayton, 314.932.7878
Kakao Chocolate announced last week that its original location in South City will be closing. The confectionary is continuing to grow, and owner Brian Pelletier will be expanding all production to its Maplewood location. For the chocolate fans longing for the sweet delicacies still in the city, Kakao is planning to expand offerings at Kitchen House Coffee as well as continue selling from Local Harvest and Gustine Market. 7272 Manchester Road, Maplewood, 314.645.4446
The Fire & Ice Cream Truck will have a new tenant. As reported by Sauce Magazine, Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream owner Beckie Jacobs and Webster Groves attorney Matt Armstrong purchased the truck after owners Scott and Stephanie Pondrom put it up for sale Jan. 21. Expect to see the new truck up and running on the food truck scene in the spring.
Feb. 29: Leap-Year babies celebrating birthdays today only can head to Hard Rock Cafe for a free entree from the dining destination’s Leaplings Eat Free Menu with items such as the Legendary Burger or Twisted Mac, Chicken & Cheese. 1820 Market St. #450, St., Downtown, 314.621.7625
March 4-5: Schlafly Beer is bringing one of the largest oyster festivals in the Midwest back to their Schlafly Tap Room for the Stout & Oyster Festival. Now in its 17th year, the event brings 50,000 oysters in six varieties with a team of more than a dozen shuckers from both the East and West coasts. There will be 10 stouts—with some exclusive to festival—available such as the Oatmeal Stout, Coffee Stout, Nitro Irish Stout, Extra Irish Stout, Oyster Stout and more. 2100 Locust St., Downtown