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Paleo restaurants in St. Louis

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Created March 21, 2012 at 3:54 PM

Alright guys I'm going to be in St. Louis for business for about a week. What are some of the best paleo spots there? Or where are some places that might be worth a little cheat, I have celiacs so I'm limited on my cheats.

Thanks!

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Was just at The Block and they said they would not guarantee that I'd not be cross-contaminated. :( #Celiac

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Pi uses shared ovens, I've been warned. If untrue, please let us know!

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Are they 100% gluten free? If they were this would be a boon to Celiacs cos I don't care how well informed ppl are, anybody can cross-contaminate if they have any gluten-containing foods present.

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www.FeedYourVitality.com

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ha! I'm right by Local Harvest, too - and crazy obsessed with all the local/grassfed meats at their market as well! Yum!

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I should also add that Salt's ingredients are overwhelmingly local. I may be a little biased as my partner is their accountant, but I have very nearly cried into my food on more than a few occasions there. Plus it's a great value... you can eat for hours and spend a lot or have a light dinner (like my frisee salad and pork belly) and enjoy a glass of wine for under $25 bucks. I also want to second Local Harvest! It's tucked away in a neighborhood, but worth the trip. Great food!

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Dang! I totally forgot about Local Harvest. I live right near that place and go all the time. All pastured meats and eggs... LOVE IT!

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Monarch closed its doors on March 11th sadly :(

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I'm from St. Louis and have been wheat-free for 20 years. I didn't know about Pi pizza, thanks! Note: their menu says that their gluten free crust has rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, egg whites, olive oil, vegetable oil and water. So the vegetable oil may be non-paleo, depending upon what it is.

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on March 22, 2012
at 02:59 AM

I live in Saint Louis and have yet to go to Salt - now I'm TOTALLY sold, thanks Reesh!

Rooster is totally worth a breakfast cheat -- they're gluten free crepes are to die for.

Prime 1000 downtown has tons o' grassfed steaks, but is pretty expensive.

Local Harvest is a sweet neighborhood cafe that serves primarily local foods - I love the trout nicoise salad there (contains potatoes and greenbeans, just FYI) and they have market-price trout and beef specials that change every night. They're really relaxed, so if something on the menu isn't 100% paleo and you need it to be, they'd totally work with you to make it happen.

I hear really good things about Farmhaus, which also features local food, but I've never been.

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on March 23, 2012
at 04:02 AM

ha! I'm right by Local Harvest, too - and crazy obsessed with all the local/grassfed meats at their market as well! Yum!

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on March 22, 2012
at 11:47 AM

Dang! I totally forgot about Local Harvest. I live right near that place and go all the time. All pastured meats and eggs... LOVE IT!

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on March 21, 2012
at 07:27 PM

SALT!!!! I cannot express this enough. I go in and will have the frisee salad with poached egg and jowl bacon ($6), and either the pork and fennel meatballs with blackberry preserves ($6) or the pork belly with pickled vegetables ($8 I think?). A lot of the small plates are straight paleo like the bone marrow, scallop, or mussels w/ chorizo.

The large plates are great too: Braised pork cheek with celeriac mash ($15), Trout with potato leek hash and spring salad.

I truly believe it's a paleo paradise.

Salt is located on Lindell between Newstead and Boyle... definitely check it out.

Here's their website: http://www.enjoysalt.com

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on March 22, 2012
at 11:49 AM

I should also add that Salt's ingredients are overwhelmingly local. I may be a little biased as my partner is their accountant, but I have very nearly cried into my food on more than a few occasions there. Plus it's a great value... you can eat for hours and spend a lot or have a light dinner (like my frisee salad and pork belly) and enjoy a glass of wine for under $25 bucks. I also want to second Local Harvest! It's tucked away in a neighborhood, but worth the trip. Great food!

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on June 26, 2013
at 07:41 PM

Are they 100% gluten free? If they were this would be a boon to Celiacs cos I don't care how well informed ppl are, anybody can cross-contaminate if they have any gluten-containing foods present.

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on August 22, 2013
at 05:15 PM

Green bean in central west is amazing. It's a fast food option for paleo folk (it's a salad and wrap place). Love it.

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on June 26, 2013
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on July 28, 2012
at 02:53 AM

If anyone is looking for a very good, reasonably priced source of pastured, premium proteins in stl or the surrounding area, I can help. I own a company that sources well fed and cared for, heritage breed animals, for groups of people. Mac's Local Buys. We source pigs, cows, chickens and lambs by the whole animal. We take everything the processor will allow. All locally raised on pasture. You know, the good shit! Check out my site www.macslocalbuys.com or call me at 314-479-8155 for more info. Because we deal with the farmer and processor directly, we are able to secure the lowest prices and custom processing done by the"half or "side" of each animal. Cut and packed just as you ask. Like a Dream come true :-)

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on July 08, 2012
at 12:37 AM

You must go to The Block in Webster Groves. They do all grass feed beef, and get all their food from local farmers. Lots of organics. They butcher their own meat (you can get it wrapped to go!) and there are a few real interesting items on the menu. Salads are wonderful! Very good!!

The Block

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www.FeedYourVitality.com

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on March 24, 2012
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Thanks so much! I'm super excited now!

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on March 22, 2012
at 02:20 AM

Niche and Brasserie by Niche. Outstanding restaurants and you'll be able to find some great options at either one. Definitely worth checking out. Also Eleven Eleven, Vin de Set or SqWires in Lafayette Square.

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on March 22, 2012
at 01:22 AM

You really should try Monarch. There is always something interesting on the menu. If your gluten free and want a slice of cheat pizza, there is PI pizza. It is made from a cornmeal crust and it is amazing. The entire restaurant is gluten free. What kind of budget or food are you looking for?

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on March 22, 2012
at 02:44 AM

I'm from St. Louis and have been wheat-free for 20 years. I didn't know about Pi pizza, thanks! Note: their menu says that their gluten free crust has rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, egg whites, olive oil, vegetable oil and water. So the vegetable oil may be non-paleo, depending upon what it is.

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on March 22, 2012
at 11:46 AM

Monarch closed its doors on March 11th sadly :(

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on June 26, 2013
at 07:42 PM

Pi uses shared ovens, I've been warned. If untrue, please let us know!

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on March 21, 2012
at 06:08 PM

Schlafly Bottleworks or Tap Room, Nora's Deli (for a gluten-free sandwich cheat), Home Wine Kitchen Also, "The Block" in Webster Groves, a butcher shop/bar/nice restaurant: http://theblockrestaurant.com/about/

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on June 26, 2013
at 07:42 PM

Was just at The Block and they said they would not guarantee that I'd not be cross-contaminated. :( #Celiac

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