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The New Busch's Grove. After being closed for 2 years, Busch's Grove reopened with a $13 million dollar rennovation and new management. The menu is completely new and very little resembles the old Busch's Grove. It is now one of the premier restaurants in St. Louis and anyone interested in going there should disregard the previous user reviews that were written about the old, now demolished restaurant.
Where the elite meet for reliably good American eats..
The food at Busch's Grove may remind you of the spread at a posh wedding banquet: competently prepared, mildly seasoned predictable dishes with a few pleasant surprises. In fact, the Grove has hosted the wedding feasts of many a blushing debutante. The regular patrons of this historic restaurant are the blue-blooded local aristocracy who favor fried chicken livers and filet of sole.
Daily soup specials, such as navy bean and beef barley, are nice starters. If you have a group of 30 or more, you can book a barbecue buffet, which includes ribs, chicken, baked beans, garlic bread, and several cold salads. This picnic food is just the right complement for the screened-in, cabin-like outdoor dining pavilions. Busch's Grove offers reticent diners a reliable, if sedate, culinary experience.
Hidden Treasures. Busch's Grove offers wonderful attributes to St.Louis' dining scene. As a customer you may choose from 4 places to dine, from the " mens bar" to the cabins outside than can seat up to any size. Busch's Grove has been around for quite awhile. As you may be able to tell, you much look closed to see how much affect it really brings to the richness of this experience. The food is good ranging from the famous Russ's Salad to Archies Ribs to nightly specials like Surf+Turf. It is also a fun place to meet people from St. Louis for an after dinner drink or hosting a private party.
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