Friday, November 9, 2012

STL Mag: Best Breakfasts in St. Louis

The following information is directly from 

By Bill Burge, Byron Kerman, Rose Maura Lorre, Dave Lowry, George Mahe,
Katie O'Connor, Joe and Ann Pollack, and Andrew Mark Veety; Edited by George Mahe

Best Breakfasts in 'The Lou'

Ari's American & Greek Restaurant
For the times when dropping a Benjamin at brunch seems foolhardy (and that’s a lot of the time), try to snag a seat at the popular weekend brunch at Ari’s Restaurant & Bar. It’s hard not to be tempted by the slogan “same price, six years,” especially when that price is $6.95 for adults and $3.95 for kids. Sure, there are all the breakfast-buffet standards, but our preference is the omelet station and a request for one with fresh spinach, mushroom, Swiss, and feta. We stop for a scatter of link sausage and bacon, as well as a bit of fresh fruit from a bowl that’s the size of the Peloponnesus, and proceed to enjoy the bounty. At $6.95, the bloody Mary made with cucumber vodka is worth the splurge. Oh, and if you’re thinking Ari’s will get its evens by charging $2.50 for a cup of coffee with no refills, think again: Coffee and tea are included in the price—and have all the refills you want. —g.m.

Ari's American & Greek Restaurant
3101 Hampton
St. Louis, MO 63139


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