Food & Beverage
ELEVATED ST. LOUIS DINING: FEED YOUR SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE. Feel the electric buzz of our city's crossroads energy with every bite and sip. Indulge in unique New American cuisine that's crafted with the freshest ingredients from local purveyors. Discover perfect-for-sharing eats and happy hour treats in the ultimate gathering place for new St. Louis dining.
As such, the menu Indulge your passion for unique local experiences with addictive eats and creative craft drinks. Share small plates made with fresh, seasonal elements sourced from artisans and purveyors right here in St. Louis. We've elevated American cuisine with a pioneering interchange of ideas, from veg-forward fare to made-in-the-Midwest comfort foods. Sink your teeth into a juicy signature burger or a waffle-pressed panini. Warm up with duck confit flatbread or cool off with a zesty crab roll. Experience the free-flow of epicurean exploration.
Eero's Penthouse - Saint Louis, MO
RETRO ROOFTOP BAR IN ST. LOUIS: REWIND TO 1960S GLAM. You can witness Eero Saarinen's sophisticated style across the city skyline - he's the architect who designed the iconic Gateway Arch. But you can only experience his glamorous lifestyle at Eero's, a new imagining of the architect's sky-high home.
Gather with an exclusive crowd for an intimate 1960s penthouse party with punch bowls and midcentury cocktails. Discover delicious nibbles and sip innovative libations from expert mixologists. Relish stellar views of the Arch. Transform casual happy hours and private parties into memorable moments in time at our rooftop bar in St. Louis.
Wanderer Public House - Chattanooga, TN
After a day on the river, a visit to the Hunter Museum of American Art, or an excursion to Rock City Gadens, nothing tastes better than a great meal accompanied by a cold beer. Taking advantage of Chattanooga's thriving craft beer scene, W"Wanderer Public House" satisfies urban hikers and weekend warriors alike with southern inspired pub grub.
An aesthetically- curated environment with an approachable yet playful menu provides a space for guests to relax or fuel up before they take on the town. "Wanderer" also features an abundance of beverage offerings with local beer, coffee, kombucha, and cocktails on tap. A robust and rotating bottle program ensures a perfect pairing every time! Inspired by Chattanooga’s impressive landscape and line-up of outdoor
activities. The camping and outdoorsy vibe is evident throughout the
restaurant from the tabletop concept to the games.
Habitat - Omaha, NE
FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME. Hunters and gathers flock together to enjoy dishes that feature wild game and foraged vegetables. The decor is rich and lavish and exudes the rich hunting history of Omaha. The menu is comprised of rotating dishes featuring game such as venison, rabbit, elk, buffalo, bone marrow, wild boar quail, duck, and Cornish game hens among other options. Of course, there will be elevated standard fare such as burgers and pizzas for the less adventurous. The carefully curated drink menu features classics made modern including barrel-aged cocktails and cocktails on tap. Other features include table-side beverage experiences - individual shakers, cocktails poured, smoking cloches and fun tabletop pieces such as ‘nests.
The Take Off - Omaha, NE
BIRDS OF PARADISE. A colorful and playful interpretation of the Peregrine hotel’s overall schematic. Birds, tropical birds to be exact, are a staple to the Tiki bar atmosphere.The beverage menu features tiki cocktails, punch bowls/communal punch, boozy pops, shaved ice, mini desserts, and refreshing slushies. The dining offering also takes on a tropical feel with Pinxtos such as Kalua pork sliders, pineapple & mango on a stick with tajin. The bar also features complimentary snacks like nuts, popcorn, and Asian snack mix. The persona of the restaurant includes other features such as Tiki glassware and flame theatrics.
The Street Corner Market at the Clemons - Chattanooga, TN
When opened on the ground floor at the historic Clemons Building the Street Corner Market at the Clemons was available for residents and nonresidents to enjoy a variety of services and products.
The market provided a true Chattanooga experience to their customers with a breadth of local offerings including pastries, chocolate and breads from the Bluff View Arts District Bakery; Fleetwood and Mayfly Coffees; unique jewelry from Elea Blake; unusual florals from Grafe Floral Studio; and a curated collection of craft beers. In addition, the deli offered Boar’s Head gourmet sandwiches for lunch, meats and cheeses to take home after work, and, for the health conscious, the market featured the only self-service salad bar in the center of the city. The idea was to provide a true Chattanoogan experience.