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Pi emerged quickly as a St. Louis favorite and has won many awards for their ambiance, staff, and incredible pizza. The atmosphere is laid back, fun, and captures the quintessence of what a pizzeria should be: all about the pizza. Presentation is very important to the chefs. For example, the garlic bread appetizer is served as a loaf of French bread accented by a clove of spreadable roasted garlic and a pad of soft butter. Vegans rejoice. Pi also serves a completely vegan pizza: vegan cheese, vegan thin crust, and even vegan sausage. Menu items are a bit pricey, but a dining experience at Pi is certainly worth the cost.
Located on The Hill (also called Little Italy and known for its fine Italian establishments), this restaurant caters to an elite clientele. The atmosphere is inviting, elegant and will bring patrons back time and again. Fine Italian cuisine is served by the friendly staff, making the visit well worth the cost. If you cannot decide what to start with, try the Gourmet Appetizer dish, which consists of toasted ravioli, fried artichoke hearts, crab-stuffed mushrooms, fried cheese and antipasto. Then try the homemade lasagna with a house salad and a fine bottle of Pinot Grigop-Torre de Luna. Do check the website or call for timings.
Frank & Helen’s Pizzeria opened in 1956 and has been growing strong ever since. A local staple, their patrons vary from various generations who frequent here for their delicious food and warm hospitality. Established by Frank, Betty and Helen Seitz, it is now owned by Patrick and Rebecca who have followed the restaurant's traditions. Savor their dishes like Chicken Wings, Lasagna, Meatzza Pizza, Calzone and Roasted Chicken. Children can eat free after 5p every Tuesday to Thursday.