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23 City Blocks Brings Inventive Menus to Innovation Hall: Catering in Cortex District: Everything from a carafe of coffee to a seated dinner

May 30, 2018

Article by Stacy Ross Photo by Abbie Takes Pictures  Menus will be as inventive as the venue’s technology when Innovation Hall opens in the Cortex district this fall. 23 City Blocks Catering will be the exclusive caterer for Venture Café St. Louis’ expansion project, a 14,000-square-foot mixture of restaurant and event space at the heart […]

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Your future in Culinary Arts

May 29, 2018

Article by Chef Martin Lopez A recent survey of 700 professional chefs asked them which cuisine, beverages and culinary themes will be trending on restaurant menus in the year ahead. I had an opportunity to discuss these trends with Chef Casey Shiller and Professor Jeff Ivory of St. Louis Community College, and J.T. Gelineau from […]

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MeetOverEats: Westport Social offers good food and big fun: LHM’s new upscale gaming lounge off to running start

December 20, 2017

‘Article By Stacy Ross The day after it opened in September, Westport Social hosted two corporate events, and it hasn’t stopped since. Corporate event business took off from the very beginning, Sales Director Jessica Utterback said. Early on, two television stations ran stories about the innovative concept and “The next day, my email exploded,” she […]

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Facility Foucus: Experience Chocolate at Bissinger’s Caramel Room for a Memorable Event: Décor,Chef, Rooftop Terrace Help Set Venue Apart

December 20, 2017

Article By Stacy Ross Wearing personalized aprons, guests at a recent corporate event at Bissinger’s Caramel Room got a little taste of what’s involved in making the company’s famous truffles. Marble slab tables were brought up from the factory below and, with help from the head chocolatier, guests created their own ganache centers and “tempered” […]

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Parlez-vous “Event Planning”? Sprechen Sie “Let’s have a meeting”?

December 20, 2017

Article By Astrid Zeppenfeld Driving down highway 64/40 the other day, I passed the Swedish furniture store IKEA. Having established itself in St. Louis in the fall of 2015, this store is jam-packed at any given time of the day, every day of the week. Famous for its low-cost, at-home-assembly furniture around the world, insiders […]

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