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4th of July Brunch

EAT: Fair St. Louis sets up camp in Forest Park for the first time this year, and before you dive into the concerts, dancing, aerial performances and more, fuel up at a special Independence Day Breakfast at Bixby’s. For one Friday only, Bixby’s will offer a buffet of special selections from its Sunday brunch menu, including buttermilk biscuits and gravy, mini waffles with berries, an omelet station, assorted breakfast pastries and more. Get there early and snag a free parking space before the parade kicks off, then stroll into the park and celebrate our country’s history with thousands of your closest St. Louis friends. Reservations required.
Adults: $17.75, Children: $12.50. Fri., July 4 – 7 to 10 a.m., Bixby’s, Missouri History Museum, 2nd floor, 5700 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, 314.361.7313, bixbys-mohistory.com

Have a Seat At Our Table

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Join us for an elegant communal dinner in Shakespeare Glen! Bixby’s is pleased to partner with Shakespeare Festival to offer an intimate and elegant communal dinning experience. Check out our menu below to see what we will be serving!

MENU

-Amuse Bouche-

Trio of Tomato
“fried” pickled green tomato
caprese salad
smoked yellow tomato gazpacho

-Second Course-

Farro and Arugula Salad
with sweet peppers, green beans, herbs,
and preserved lemon vinaigrette

-Third Course-

Grilled Cornish Hens
over roasted potatoes and leeks
with black bean succotash

-Fourth Course-

Strawberry Trifle
with ricotta pound cake
local strawberries and whipped cream

-Family Style Accompaniments-

Tri Colored Carrots
with grilled zucchini and summer squash
shallot vinaigrette

Grilled Local Sausages
with grainy mustard and house made pickles

Looking For Romantic Valentine’s Day Plans?

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Treat your special someone to a romantic evening at Bixby’s for our St. Valentine’s “Fire & Ice” Dinner. You’ll enjoy an elegant four-course dinner (view the menu below) artfully designed by our Executive Sous Chef, Callaghan Carter. The wall of windows adorning Bixby’s second floor location in the Missouri History Museum offers sweeping views of Forest Park. If you reserve your table at our 8:00pm seating, you’ll have an unmatched view of Burning Love’s firework show beginning at 10:15pm. Call to make your reservation today before it’s too late: 314.367.9523