Bixby's & Butler's Pantry are featured in The Healthy Planet Magazine!

Bixby's & Butler's Pantry are featured in The Healthy Planet Magazine!



Butler’s Pantry is one of St. Louis’ largest full service caterers and event planning companies; however the expertise does not end there. Exclusively catering at some of the city’s most cutting edge venues, Bixby’s at the Missouri History Museum is one of the most popular. Dedicated to providing fresh, nutrient rich and delicious cuisine Bixby’s achieves this standard by actively endorsing the restaurant motto, “dining with local influence.” Making the effort to abandon the negative effects of industrial agriculture, Bixby’s is committed to using locally grown products whenever possible. Chicken entrees, a plethora of salads, soups and flatbreads grace the menu and boast ingredients within a 200 mile radius. Chef de Cuisine, Todd Lough understands the importance of utilizing local resources when preparing his menu. “Sustainability is the biggest factor when driving the decision to purchase locally. The products we receive from Double Star Farm are high quality and extremely fresh.” Bixby’s allegiance to sustainability ensures a fresh menu that is updated as seasons and product availability change. The distinctive ingredients create delectable dishes where bold presentation is complimented by rich flavors and leaves guests anxiously awaiting their next visit. For more information please call Bixby’s at 314-361-7313 or Butler’s Pantry at (314) 664-7680.

Check out some of our new items at Bixby's

Check out some of our new menu items!!

Smoked Chicken & Wild Rice Waffle 
House smoked chicken with delicious tarragon cream sauce, melted leeks, local mushrooms and tender asparagus.  Savory waffle with wild rice.

Fire Roasted Petite Filet of Beef 
Sweet summer succotash, red bliss potato hash. Topped with herb chimichurri.

Edible Weekend by Sauce Magazine

Bixby's herb and vegetable chop salad with crisp pappadum is highlighted in the Edible Weekend e-newsletter by Sauce Magazine



EAT: Sometimes it's the simple things that make us happy. And last week, the scrumptious simplicity of the herb and vegetable chop salad with crisp pappadum at Bixby's made us swoon. Crisp and fresh, this salad is an item worth ordering while looking out of one of Bixby's can't-beat seats by the window. Local greens are topped with a heaping pile of seasonal vegetables and Baetje Farms' goat cheese, tossed with a shallot-thyme vinaigrette and stacked up against the Indian flatbread. You could top it with grilled chicken or shrimp, but we prefer ours just the way it is – a vegetarian-friendly tribute to the season. And in keeping with the farm-fresh theme, be sure to order up this summer sipper while enjoying your light lunch. Thu., July 7 - Sat., July 9 – 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Bixby's, Missouri History Museum, second floor, Forest Park, 314.361.7313,

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July Raves

July Raves

"Wow.  I'm impressed.  I met a couple girlfriends here today for lunch and we had a fantastic time.  The first thing I noticed was the cool air and the view.  Today was the hottest day of the year thus far, and it was like lunching in the park without all the stickiness and bugs.  The service was very attentive, although the wait for a bloody mary was a little long.  At $9 a pop, they are almost the most expensive thing we ordered, but ohhhh, they were good.  Real horseradish, a celery stick, and 3 olives on a spear made them perfect.  

The lunch menu is not very big, but it packs a lot of variety, and there should be something for everyone.  Instead of bread, they serve a beautifully plated flatbread.  Our appetizer was a fresh goat cheese and olive platter.  I was told by one friend that her Amish chicken lunch was the best chicken she had ever eaten.  It was plated nicely with roasted tomatillos, avocados, and balsamic onion.  The other friend ordered a shrimp BLT that came with fresh fruit  and house made sweet pickles.   The soup of the day was vichyssoise (cold potato soup) and was delicious, but went above and beyond the normal soup course by putting a little salmon and dill cream cheese finger sandwich on the side.  It was this little attention to detail on everything that we ordered that will keep us coming back."

Charlene W., July 2, 2011

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Sensational Sippers: Chefs turn to farm-fresh flavors to make house-made sodas pop

Sensational Sippers: Chefs turn to farm-fresh flavors to make house-made sodas pop

"...At Bixby’s, the upscale café nestled in the back of the Missouri History Museum, executive chef Todd Lough is letting the simplicity of his ingredients shine in sodas inspired by freshly picked aromatics. Basil takes center stage in The Josephine, a clean sipper made from a simple syrup infused with the herb and topped with a hefty serving of club soda. Thinner and less syrupy than its brand name lemon-lime peers, The Josephine delivers a delicate note of fresh flavor but doesn’t overpower, allowing for a nice, crisp finish. The menu also features a version made with rosemary syrup. Bright, sunny and refreshingly simple, they’re the perfect companion to a window seat overlooking the park’s beautiful vistas..."

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Hours & Directions

Lunch 11am - 2pm Monday-Saturday
Brunch 10am - 2pm Sunday
Express 10am - 4:30pm Wednesday-Monday
                10am - 6:30pm Tuesday
*Express serves snack and beverage items only 
from 3:00pm until close. 

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