Category Archives: News

FEAST – 19 Places to Ring in 2017 in St. Louis

19 Places to Ring in 2017 in St. Louis Dec 27, 2016 Making decisions on where to spend New Year’s can be tough, but several St. Louis restaurants are here to help make the evening carefree and – most importantly – delicious. Say goodbye to 2016 and hello to 2017 in style at one of these local spots.  17 Sanctuaria Katlyn Moncada Dec 27, 2016 The Grove’s Sanctuaria is hosting Cocktails by Candlelight, featuring a five-course farm-to-table menu. Look for sustainable local foods and pasture-raised meats from Foundation Farms in dishes like venison crostini and rabbit stifado stew, all paired with

Read More


New Year’s Eve Farm to Table Cocktails by Candlelight

New Year’s Eve Farm-to-Table Cocktails by Candlelight Dinner 12/31/16 5:30pm & 9pm Ring in the New Year with a 5-Course cocktail pairing dinner featuring local, sustainable, organic farm foods & pasture-raised meats from our very own Foundations Farms, served in romantic candlelit ambiance. Menu 1 Butternut Squash Soup – butternut squash with house made creme fraiche, and Serrano ham. garnished with black truffle, and chive blossom Pink Bubbles – Peychaud soaked sugar cube topped with prosecco 2 Foundations Farms Venison Crostini – braised venison, charred brie, poached fresh quail egg, duck egg bernaise Black Thai – Plantation 3 Star, Plantation

Read More


America’s 80 Best Bourbon Bars Announced!

If you’ve recently awaken from a 20 year coma, then the popularity of Bourbon amongst bar-goers is something you’d probably be surprised about.  For the rest of us, it’s no secret that bartenders have been shifting their customer’s drinking interest from vodka to Bourbon for a while which is one of the driving catalyst in the recent Bourbon boom. There are several really good Bourbon bars out there these days.  But we feel there are 80 bars in America who take their Bourbon obsession to another level with a combination of their selection, cocktail offerings and general knowledge of brown

Read More


ALL DAY Four Roses Happy Hour Celebration!

ALL DAY Four Roses Happy Hour Friday September 30, 2016

Read More


Farm to Table

Content Content Content Content Content Farm to Table Dinner 10/25/16 | 6-9pm A Five Course Farm to Table dinner, in partnership with local Missouri and Illinois farms, including our own nearby Foundations Farms and foods from the restaurant’s on-site garden. Menu 1 Local Artisanal Salad mixed blend lettuces, julienne apples, toasted walnuts, fried Idiazabal cheese bites and a champagne vin dressing. 2 Potáge St. Germaine, split pea soup with house made creme fraiche and shredded prosciutto, garnished with a local cage-free organic quail’s egg from Foundations Farms. 3 Pallet Cleanser lemoncillo, chacacea and garden-fresh rosemary shooter 4 – Foundations Farms

Read More


Winter Menu Premiere

Winter Menu Premiere & Tasting Party 10 small bites from our new Winter Menu, paired with 10 tastings of winter cocktail list. October 11, 2016  |  6pm        Menu: 1. Charcuterie and Pickle board upon arrival Pickled parsnips, carrots, rutabaga, garlic confit, Serrano ham, chorizo, salsa picante, Tasso ham 2. Croquetas de Papa 3. Spinach and Serrano Salad con Avocado 4. Shrimp and Chorizo Corn Chowder 5. Paella 6. Sherry Mussels with Tasso and mushroom 7. Cubano 8. Camarones Romesco 9. Torrijas con Miel y Crema 10. Churros Mexicanos con Chocolate Cocktail list TBA. Buy your tickets now!

Read More


Spotlight: Sanctuaria Wild Tapas Serves Authentic Flavors in an Unmatched Setting

ST. LOUIS Spotlight: Sanctuaria Wild Tapas Serves Authentic Flavors in an Unmatched Setting Denise Kruse Jun 27, 2016 (0)        photos by J. Pollack Photography Perhaps nothing captures the full sensory adventure of summertime like the warmth of dining al fresco with friends and loved ones, sipping cocktails and sharing snacks. Sanctuaria Wild Tapas, an anchor in The Grove’s dining scene, brings the picture-perfect summertime experience to life. Fresh, light seasonal ingredients come together in an unmatched outdoor setting, the dining room extended throughout the warm months to a patio nestled amongst the restaurant’s robust vertical garden and its 19th century-inspired

Read More


Farm-to-Fork Cocktails by Candlelight

Farm-to-Fork Cocktails by Candlelight 6:00pm – 9:00pm |  August 24, 2016 Join us for a romantic, candlelit evening of fresh gourmet fare from our on-site gardens and the local family farm that feeds us, Foundations Farms in nearby Belleville, IL. Menu: Appetizer – Pickle Board with Parsnips, Radish, Cucumber, Carrots and Cauliflower 1st Course – Watermelon Caprese Salad 2nd Course – Garden Tomato Soup with Herbed Goat Cheese Grilled Cheese 3rd Course – Seared White Fish with Pickled Watermelon and Fennel OR Herbed Sirloin with Baby Carrots and Parsnip Purée 4th Course – Sweet Rum and Sherry-Pickled Carrot Cake with Cream

Read More


Patriotic cocktails for the Fourth of July

By Daniel Neman St. Louis Post-Dispatch Photos by J.B. Forbes, jforbes@post-dispatch.com Here are some things you need to help celebrate the Fourth of July: American flags, insect repellent and lawn chairs to watch your favorite fireworks display. And don’t forget the grenadine, cream and blue curaçao. As they always say, it’s not the Fourth without a fifth. And if you plan to celebrate America’s independence, there are few ways to do it better than with a cocktail (or three) that allows you to fly your favorite colors: red, white and blue. Red? Red is easy. You can make red drinks

Read More


Crawfish Boil

Louisiana Crawfish Boil 7/13/2016 6:30pm-9pm Enjoy an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT traditional Louisiana boil of Crawfish, Sausage, Corn on Cob & Red Potatoes for only $35/pp Pair it with drink specials on Hurricanes, Milk Punch & Sazeracs! Buy your ticket to the Crawfish Boil today! Get a deal on a table for four! $5 OFF per person when you purchase a ticket for a Four-top! The boil is still ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT for all ticketed dinner guests! Brown Paper Tickets Ticket Widget Loading…Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.

Read More