Located on the 28th floor of the Millennium Hotel, the Top of the Riverfront is the city's only rooftop revolving restaurant. A St. Louis favorite since 1969, the Top of the Riverfront features distinctive regional American cuisine and offers spectacular panoramic views of the city and the Gateway Arch. It is open for dinner only Tuesday through Saturday and features the city's most popular Sunday brunch. …
Romantic. My boyfriend took me to Top of the River for Valneines Day and I had a great time. It was awesome to see the city and arch all lit up from that view. I have always wanted to go to this restraunt and was a little hesitant due to some reviews I have read, but the food was actually great, because it was Valentines day they had a 4 course menu that was offered and I got the lobster & steak and it was just delicious. I would definatly recommend this restraunt for a special occasion (make reservations!)
A dud with a view. The view is awesome, especialli when you are over the new stadium, but can't remeber when I had a worse dining experience. Maybe try it for brunch but don't count on much in the way of food.
wonderful place overlooking a wonderful city. This is a once in a lifetime experience that everyone must enjoy once in their lives. Can be quite expensive if you get high priced items but have to go all out on such a great place. Excellent food, service, and the view is breathtaking. You revolve just about once through your whole meal to get a full view of the city.
Unlike anything I have ever experienced before. I took my boyfriend here for his birthday, and it was amazing. The view was incredible, plan on going to see the sunset. The food was great, they are famous for their peppersteak. I had the Filet Mignon and it was the best I have ever had. I highly recommend Top of the Riverfront to anyone who wants to celebrate a special occasion.
Excellent food, service, view, and very romantic.. Food, service, view were excellent. Don't go near a special occasion such as Valentine's Day. The only menu offered was based on their Valentine's Day menu and I considered it very pricey...It was the Friday night before Valentine's Day on Monday, and considered a special occasion. They automatically add 21.5% onto the check for tip. They don't tell you this until you get the check. I like to determine the amount I wish to tip. It is customary to add 15%, but if a waiter/waitress gives me great service, then I tip accordingly. I don't like for someone to determine how I felt the service was. The menus did not have any prices on them. I like to know the cost of my purchases beforehand, be it dinner, clothing, or a new car. I wouldn't walk onto a car showroom without knowing the prices of the cars.
Take a spin above downtown while dining on Mississippi River Valley regional cuisine..
With views to spare, this revolving restaurant offers top-flight service, provided by seasoned professionals. Live piano entertains as you take in views of riverboat casinos, cargo barges, Busch Stadium, the architecturally stunning Eagleton federal courthouse, the lofty Metropolitan Square building and, of course, the gleaming Gateway Arch. Come in late for a cocktail and an appetizer, and you can enjoy the glittering city lights without paying a king's ransom.
With a focus on regional cuisine, the menu also includes Pacific ahi tuna, Pacific Northwest salmon and jumbo shrimp. Menu titles are sometimes misleading, such as the Indian-sounding Chickasa mixed grill, which comes with a twist of sea prawns, and the Biloxi bouillabaisse, which replaces traditional tomatoes, onions and herbs for a medly of broccoli florets and red pepper strips. The menu does miss a few regional specialties, such as morels, brook trout and Mississippi blue catfish.
The "Arch"etype of Fine Dining ~. Have been to this restaurant a handful of times, and it has never ceased to please. Food is an eclectic mix of American cuisine from different regions, dessert is everything from pie to an absolutely delightful creme brulee. Entrees are not that expensive, but throw booze into the mix, and it gets pricey quickly. Caveat lector. All in all, this is in the top 3 in the city.
Best Evening of My Life. I took my finace to the Top of the Riverfront last December to celebrate Christmas. It was an outstanding evening. The food was delicious, and the night was awesome. I ordered a pork over spinach meal, quite what we do have in this area's cuisine (unlike the editor's note), and it was absolutely fabulous and my date was very pleased with her meal. It was definately worth the $80 bill. Great food and a great view made for a tremendous restaurant. It was an awesome prelude to watching the A Christmas Carol at the Fox, and having a night to remember always.
Brunch at it's Sunday Best.... My son and his wife took me to the Top of the Riverfront for brunch Nov. 17, 2002. The view was fantastic, the food was so abundant it was "intimidating" but absolutely wonderful...our waiter was excellent.........I am ready to go back and take friends to enjoy this spectacular brunch.
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