This Week's Dish: Revel Kitchen Arrives in Brentwood This Week

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

The wait is over. Starting today, Feb. 15, fans of Revel Kitchen on Cherokee Street can not only grab the total gluten-free, paleo and vegetarian-friendly dishes from owners Simon and Angelica Lusky for lunch in their new Brentwood location, but dinner service will be offered as well. Items on the menu include classics like the bibimbap bowl and the kale Caesar salad as well as cold pressed drinks and more. Open daily from 7am-7pm. 8388 Musick Memorial Dr., Brentwood

Photo courtesy of Revel Kitchen

Photo courtesy of Revel Kitchen

After just a few years in business, Gringo closed its doors after meal service on Valentine’s Day. Owners Chris Sommers and Frank Uible have sold the location in Central West to  Adam and Jason Tilford, who plan to open their third Mission Taco Joint in the space. 398 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End

On Feb. 20 Franco in Soulard will close its doors. In an email, Tom Schmidt acknowledged the accomplishments and dedication of the staff, most notably Executive Chef Jon Drega and General Manager Alex Adank, and said the St. Louis restaurant scene hasn’t seen the last of them. 1535 S 8th St., Soulard

A big honor has been served to Gamlin Whiskey House as it was recently named among Zagat’s 50 States, 50 Steaks list, which highlights top-notch cuts of steak from across the country. The Central West End drinking and dining spot aims for serving fine whiskey as the preferred companion to Midwest-raised Hereford hand-cut steaks. 236 N. Euclid, Central West End, 314.875.9500

Ballpark Village is offering a seasonal menu catering to the season of Lent through March 24. Meatless options include Cajun shrimp pasta, citrus glazed salmon and more. Check out the menu and more details here. 601 Clark Ave., Downtown, 314.345.9481

Feb. 16-21: Celebrate A Winter of Giving at Piccione Pastry for their Pastries with a Purpose program. This week, 10 percent of proceeds will benefit non-profit Immigrant & Refugee Women’s Program, which works to increase the independence and reducing the isolation of immigrant and refugee women by teaching basic English and practical living skills. You’ll also want to check out Piccione’s new lunch menu which includes Italian calzones for $6. 6197 Delmar Blvd., The Loop, 314.932.1355

Feb. 27: The Silk Rodeo by Hammer & Hand Imports is hosting its Lucky #7 featuring Chef Ben Grupe to celebrate ancient Chinese culture. The six-course dinner will feature dishes such as chicken dumplings and miso honey cheesecake along with pairings from Bommarito Wines. Tickets are $100 and includes a 30 percent discount off any item in the store. 2714 Lafayette Ave., Lafayette Square

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