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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
Best Breakfasts in 'The Lou'
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.
St. Louis, MO 63139