Watercolor by Marilynne Bradley

Some restaurants we remember for their atmosphere, others for their food and some because of who we dined with.

I can picture picking up fried chicken with my father on Sundays from Golden Fried Chicken Loaf on Delmar. I remember sharing a Cleopatra with my high school sweetheart at Cyrano's; that sweetheart is now my wife. I will never forget the toasted ravioli or the turtle soup or the veal parmigiana at Ruggeri's on the Hill.

None of these old St. Louis restaurants remain. But they are still part of our collective culinary memory as we look back fondly at our Lost TablesTM.
 

Golden Fried Chicken Loaf

Cyrano's

Ruggeri's

Branding Iron

Garavelli

Medart's

Miss Hulling's

Tea Rooms

Nantucket Cove

Pelican's

The Parkmoor

Busch's Grove

Fio’s La Fourchette

Café de France

Hamburger Heaven

Chez Leon

The Del Pietros

Crest House

Gaslight Square

Balaban's

Pizzerias

Pope's Cafeterias

Redel's

The Chase Park Plaza

Niche

Tony Faust's

Duff's

Dooley's Ltd.

Tiki Bars

The Edge

Casa Gallardo

Flaming Pit

Green Parrot Inn

Kopperman's

Teutenberg's

Pratzel's Bakery

Big Boy's

The Fatted Calf

Lettuce Leaf

O. T. Hodge

Bayou Belle

River Queen

Port St. Louis

Schober's Wine Restaurant

Bevo Mill

Richard Perry

Velvet Freeze

Al Baker's


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