The views of fresh blooms in Forest Park, from Bixby’s floor-to-ceiling windows, have inspired Bixby’s chefs to declare an early start to summer! Join the restaurant for extended operating hours, bottomless cocktail specials and a new à la carte brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday through Labor Day.
Savor the weekends with friends and family, sipping refreshing drinks and experiencing summer’s bounty. Now through Labor Day, Bixby’s will stay open until 3 p.m. From 1:30-3:00 p.m., the restaurant will offer bottomless mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and red and white sangria for $12 per adult.
Order lunch from the chef’s seasonal menu, featuring a variety of fresh salads, small plates, sandwiches and entrees made with local produce and products. On Sunday, enjoy Bixby’s award-winning Champagne Brunch offering heavy buffet selections, a seasonal benedict station and breakfast-and-lunch classics.
For those seeking Bixby’s award-winning brunch on Saturday, try the new à la carte brunch menu with abbreviated dishes from the popular Sunday brunch buffet:
Stuffed French Toast
Nutella, banana, strawberry, ricotta cheese, brioche, pistachio praline
Chicken and Waffles
Buttermilk fried chicken, Belgian waffles, bacon, chipotle syrup, honey butter
Local Farm Omelet
Selection of farm-fresh veggies and cheese – add bacon for $2.25
Traditional Eggs Benny
Two English muffins, poached eggs, Hollandaise, Canadian bacon
Bixby’s extended hours and bottomless cocktail specials/à la carte menu begin this Saturday and run every Saturday and Sunday through Labor Day. To reserve your table, please call 314.361.7313 or visit bixbys-mohistory.com.
Bixby’s, Kaldi’s Team Up for Coffee-Infused Dinner
By Feast Magazine
In celebration of a new coffee exhibit at the Missouri History Museum, Bixby’s and Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co. are teaming up for a coffee-infused dinner this Wednesday, Nov. 11.
“Visit Coffee: The World in Your Cup and St. Louis in Your Cup,” which kicked off in early October and runs through Jan. 3, 2016, explores the history of coffee, both globally and in St. Louis, and its life cycle from seed to cup.
A cocktail reception will begin at 6pm, followed by a multi-course dinner at 6:30pm and a curator-led tour of the exhibit.
The menu includes:
Starters: Coffee-cured duck “pastrami” with blackberry jam, micro arugula, rye toast; coffee-roasted vegetable “tartare”with ricotta and crostini; coffee-infused white BBQ with pork shoulder, edible flowers and sweet potato chip
First Course: Charred shrimp, grains, herbs, peppadew peppers, oregano, coffee-black olive puree
Second Course: Pear and parsnip bisque, coffee candied bacon, slow croutons, black pepper cream, thyme
Third Course: Coffee-braised short rib, pumpkin polenta, roasted Brussels sprouts, pepita gremolata, cascara caramel
Dessert: Coffee-infused goat cheese panna cotta, port-braised cherries, pistachio
Tickets are $70 for non-members & $60 for Missouri History Museum Members. Tickets can be purchased here.
Original article found HERE.
Join us at Bixby’s as we Celebrate A Walk in 1875 St. Louis with heavy hors d’oeuvres and a curator-led tour of the exhibit!
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
$25 – MHM Members | $30 – Non-Members
As you map out your summer, consider joining us at Bixby’s to Celebrate A Walk in 1875! There’s perhaps no better way to enjoy this cartographic masterpiece than to do so after sampling cuisine & cocktails true to the late 1800’s in St. Louis.
6:00 pm – 7:15 pm: Cocktail reception in Bixby’s with heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar
7:15 pm – 8:00 pm: Curator-led tour of A Walk in 1875 St. Louis exhibit.
This summer, impress friends and family with Caraway Coleslaw, Bixby’s unique twist on a classic favorite!
Yield: 6-8 serving
½ cup mayonnaise
1/3 cup sour cream
¼ cup cider vinegar
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon dry mustard
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon toasted caraway seed
6 cups green cabbage, shredded
2 red bell peppers, thinly sliced
- Whisk together first six ingredients to make dressing.
- Combine dressing with shredded cabbage and thinly sliced red pepper.
- Mix well to combine and taste for seasoning; add salt, pepper, or more sugar if desired.
|“This is the second time we’ve had brunch at Bixby’s and this time we brought friends. They loved it, too. The offerings were a bit different this time, and all selections were wonderful. The vegetarians and carnivores among our group all had plenty of excellent, fresh, well-seasoned food. We’ll be back again.”
-Jenny W. June 2013“Our group of five old friends loved the gorgeous view of the park, the perfectly appointed table, the excellent sandwiches and salads, and the attentive, friendly server — just the right spot for a relaxing, “pampered” dining experience. The atmosphere was energetic and vibrant yet with a noise level moderate enough for our non-stop conversation — this area is a deal-breaker in many otherwise good restaurants. Crab cakes were enjoyed as were the assorted sandwiches and the raspberry sorbet as a perfect finishing touch. I have never had anything but excellent food and service at Bixby’s–a favorite St. Louis dining spot. We are already looking forward to our next visit.”
-Marian R. June 2013
“Bixby’s has never disappointed. I call it fine dining in a business casual atmosphere. The wait staff is well trained and professional. The food is of high quality and expertly prepared. The menu is inventive. On my last visit I had Green Tomato and Artichoke soup. I would have never thought of putting those two foods together, but it was one of the best soups I’ve ever tasted. I am looking forward to my next visit.”
“Bixby’s was a delightful surprise. I’m vegetarian, dining partner is not — plenty of choices for both of us. All fresh food, no food from cans, packages, boxes. Have recommended to friends already and we plan to return (soon!!) A bit pricey, but in this case you really get what you pay for, no complaints at all. Presentation/display was a joy also.”
“Bixby’s is a great spot in a contemporary setting overlooking beautiful Forest Park. It is not noisy so is a good for conversation! Food both times I have been there has been very good.”
“Bixby’s is a wonderful place to dine. The location is unique being that it’s in a museum. I loved the open atmosphere and table set up. The view of Forest Park heightened my dining experience. I would definitely return and recommend to others”
“This was our second visit. I took two people who had not experienced the brunch before. They loved it! Our waiter was wonderful too. He took the time to explain menu items and was right there when we needed something. Great experience!”
“Bixby’s view of the park only enhances the food experience it offers. The staff is welcoming, the wait-staff is very attentive without being intrusive, and the menu’s delicious selections are creative and beautifully presented. I like to bring visitors from out of town here, and they always enjoy it as much as I do.”