South County Restaurants

food and restaurants in South CountySouth Saint Louis County provide access to all the employment opportunities, entertainment and recreation venues, and conveniences of the city of Saint Louis in without all the hustle and bustle of urban living. Saint Louis has a vibrant music and art community, with genres that range from the blues and jazz to classical music performed by the second oldest symphony orchestra in the country. For the sports enthusiast, Saint Louis is home of several professional sports teams. The suburban communities in the South county area are within an easy commute of Saint Louis and feature affordable single-family homes. For more information about fun things to do and see in South St. Louis county, other than eat, scroll down. Enjoy our guide to South County Restaurants.

Food and Restaurants in South County

Tuckers SoulardTucker’s Place   Tucker’s is the place for steaks. For over 30 years Tucker’s has consistently prepared top quality American cuisine and steaks cut fresh daily. Visit our website for location information and menu.

Pieology-STLPieology inspires people to explore their unique tastes with any combination of house-made crusts, signature sauces, unlimited fresh toppings and garden fresh made-to-order salads.

Pickleman's St. CharlesPickleman’s  Offering a wide variety of Toasted Sandwiches, Pizzas, Soups, Salads and Desserts. Delivering and Catering to business meetings, school events, sports teams, fundraisers, and everything in between.

Kenrick’s Meats and Catering   Kenrick’s is an old fashioned butcher shop, providing you with the freshest, highest quality meats in the St. Louis area since 1945.

Cravings St. LouisCravings Gourmet Desserts For over 25 years Cravings has provided award winning desserts to the St Louis region and beyond. It has earned its local reputation for excellent desserts and pastries but has also been recognized on a national level through awards from the James Beard Society and USA Today.

McArthur's St. LouisMcArthur’s Bakery   – Serving Delicious Baked Goods, Delicious Deli Foods – And Even Breakfast! McArthur’s Bakery has provided quality bakery foods to the St. Louis area for over 50 years. Only the finest ingredients go into making our “from scratch” recipes, critiqued and fine tuned by Randy McArthur, owner of McArthur’s Bakery. Our product line includes birthday, wedding and party cakes, donuts, danish, coffee cakes, stollens, fresh baked bread and more.

 South St. Louis County Restaurants  Phone  Attributes
 3 Margaritas  636-326-4006  Mexican
 Ambrosia Restaurant & Bar  314-631-1375  Greek
 Amigo’s Cantina

Azteca Mexican Grill






Bottle Cellars



 Bosnian, Deli, Coffee

Wine Shop & Wine Bar

 Cibare Italian Kitchen





Desserts, Catering

 Frankie G’s  314-894-9292  American
 Hessler’s Bar & Grill  314-842-4050  American
 Helen Fitzgerald’s  314-984-0026  American
 Hot Shots  636-343-1900  Sports Bar
 Iron Barley  636-671-9911  American
 Kenrick’s Meats & Catering  314-631-2440  Deli, American, Butcher Shop
 Las Fuentes   314-846-2041  Mexican
 McArthur’s Deli & Bakery  314-894-0900  Bakery & Deli
 Mellow Mushroom  314-473-1135  Pizza
  Monte Bello  314-638-8861  Pizza
  One Eye’d Willie’s Pub & Grub  314-845-1562  American
  Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe  314-984-9494  Deli, American, Catering
  Pieology Pizza  314-416-4113  Pizza
  Roberto’s Trattoria  314-842-9998  Italian
  Sam’s Steakhouse  314-849-3033  Steaks
  Schottzie’s Bar & Grill
  Sushi Station

Thai Orchid

Trattoria Toscana




 Japanese – Sushi



 The K Cafe  314-631-2440  Deli
 Tucker’s Place  314-845-2584  Steaks, Seafood, American
 Yolklore  314-270-8538  Breakfast

Fun Things to Do in South St. Louis County

South St. Louis is a great place to live or visit, mainly because of its many things to do and see. Visitors can consider going to any of the more than 40 parks in the area, as well as museums and community centers. There is plenty to do in South St. Louis County and the following include just a small sampling of what is available. While not the most exciting part of the world to visit, South St. Louis County has a rich cultural history, numerous exhibits, and a highly conserved state of nature. Visitors can enjoy trees and wildlife, visit historic Civil War sites, see art, and even check steam locomotives, all of which make great family activities.

Visit the Museum of Transportation: While not everyone is into transportation, the Museum of Transportation is a great place to take people of all ages. The museum houses over 70 locomotives, with cars, historical vehicles, and displays and events also available. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for children, and groups are let in 6 at a time. Visitors can see the automobile collection, the world’s largest working locomotive, locomotive displays, Civil War transportation, and more.

See History: There is a lot of history in St. Louis, and one of the easiest places to see it is at the Ulysses S. Grant Historical Site in South county. The site is a former plantation owned by Ulysses S. Grant and his wife, where they lived for 5 years, and it was the childhood home of his wife. Anyone who loves history, or families looking to teach their kids about the Civil War can enjoy a trip to the site. The Oakland House, Henry A. Wagener Home, Ulysses S. Grants Cabin, Ten Mile House, and Gravois Road are also all open for visits.

Go to the Park: If you enjoy going to the park then South STL county is quite possibly the best place in the world to do it. The more then 40 parks in the area range from dog and children’s parks to larger ones including Missouri State Parks Babler, Castlewood, and the Route 66 State Park. Visitors can also go to the Big Muddy Fish and National Wildlife Refuge although not all of it is in South St. Louis County.

Laumeier Sculpture Park: Another great thing to do in South St. Louis County is to visit the Laumeier sculpture park. The park covers 105 acres of land and features over 60 outdoor sculptures, walking trail, indoor gallery, an 1816 Tudor mansion, and educational programs for children and adults. Alexander Liberman’s ‘The Way’ sculpture is usually considered the parks signature sculpture.