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quincy-streetIt’s difficult to believe, but Quincy Street Bistro‘s will be putting on their sixth (?!) Kegs and Eggs event this Saturday, March 5th at beginning at 9AM.  For those of you who love beer and breakfast, this event is not to be missed.

Not only will you be enjoying some of the best beers in the area, but you’ll also enjoy a delicious menu of breakfast items (the greatest of all food items.) Here’s a look at the menu:

MacDowell’s MacGriddle–French toast bread pudding, sausage patty, scrambled eggs, maple smoked cheddar, and house tots
Fancy Frito Pie–House fritos, pork chili verde, soft poached eggs, black bean, queso fresco
Scrapple Stack with hashbrowns, pancake bread, blueberries, whipped maple syrup
Salmon Bagel Thing–House cured and smoked salmon, grated egg whites, cooked yolk, red onion, tomato, capers, dill cream cheese
St. Paul Slinger–Country ham egg foo yung, egg foo yung gravy, sweet chili sauce, choice of toast, served on top of house tots

Sides– Sausage, Tots, Toast (white/wheat), BACON!, and Sunny eggs

And, hot off the presses, here’s the beer list as it stands today:

  • Perennial – Sump
  • Goose Island – 2015 Bourbon County Stout
  • Civil Life – Big Year American Brown Ale
  • 2nd Shift – Chaotic Insecure Delusions
  • 4 Hands – Boysenberry Saison
  • Modern Brewery – Citrapolis IPA
  • Urban Chestnut – H.M.S. English IPA
  • Tallgrass – Sweet Tooth

This event runs from 9am-12PM and are no reservations, you just show up. My recommendation is to get there at 9AM, because the place fills up quick. And it should, this event is always great.

quincy-streetThere are few restaurants in St. Louis that know more about comfort food and great beer than Quincy Street Bistro. What more can one ask for?

How about a beer dinner with two tasty local brewers? On Tuesday, October 27th, QSB will be hosting a four-course beer dinner beginning at 7PM featuring both Perennial Artisan Ales and 2nd Shift Brewing.

Tickets for this dinner are $50 each and reservations can be made by calling 314-353-1588.  Here’s a look at the menu:

Welcome Beer:
Perennial Carya Ovata

First Course:
Lobster Hoe Cakes
Perennial Hommel

Second Course:
Savory Doughnuts
2nd Shift Katy

Third Course:
Pheasant Curry
2nd Shift Technical Ecstasy

Dessert:
Blue Cheese Cheesecake
Perennial Peach Berliner Weisse

quincy-streetQuincy Street Bistro is making some of the best home-style cooking in St. Louis. 4 Hands Brewing is hand-crafting some of the best beers in St. Louis. So it only makes sense that they collaborate on putting together an awesome tap takeover.

Tomorrow, August 13th, beginning at 5PM, 4 Hands will be doing a tap takeover at Quincy Street Bistro. Not only will you have the delicious old guard like Single Speed and Divided Sky, but also some of the new kids on the block like Guava Session and Super Flare.

Here’s a look at the whole line-up:

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quincy-streetA lot has taken place for Quincy Street Bistro‘s head chef Rick Lewis since the first Kegs and Eggs event. Not only did the St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him Chef of the Year in 2013, but he also made the list of semifinalists for the James Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year award.

Needless to say, Chef Rick Lewis is probably one of the hottest chef in St. Louis right now. If you haven’t had a chance to try some of his delicious home-style cuisine, you’re missing out. If you’re looking for a good excuse to visit, there is no better excuse than attending the fifth(?!) Kegs and Eggs event that’s taking place on Saturday, March 21st starting at 9AM.

Chef Rick Lewis has created some special dishes that will fill your belly and will give you a chance to try some of his awesome creations. Here’s the menu:

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And, hot off the presses, here’s the beer list as it stands today:

  • Perennial – Sump Coffee Stout
  • 4 Hands – Downfall Raspberry
  • Goose Island – Bourbon County Stout
  • Odell – Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout
  • Urban Chestnut – Bushelhead Cider
  • 2nd Shift – Triple D – Don’s Dirty Dozen

quincy-streetOne of the things you may not realize when dining at Quincy Street Bistro is chef Rick Lewis’ commitment to local and sustainable ingredients. When possible, Rick purchases from local farmers and vendors and provides some of the tastiest food in St. Louis.

So, when New Holland Brewery Beervangelist Fred Bueltmann decided to come into town for a beer dinner, it’s no surprise he chose Quincy Street to partner with. Next Thursday, May 22nd, NHB and QSB will be hosting a four-course beer dinner beginning at 6:30PM.

Tickets for this dinner are $55 each and reservations can be made by calling 314-353-1588.  Here’s a look at the menu:

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quincy-streetA lot has taken place for Quincy Street Bistro‘s head chef Rick Lewis since the last Kegs and Eggs event. Not only did the St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him Chef of the Year in 2013, but he also made the list of semifinalists for the James Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year award.

Needless to say, Chef Rick Lewis is probably the hottest chef in St. Louis right now. If you haven’t had a chance to try some of his delicious home-style cuisine, you’re missing out. If you’re looking for a good excuse to visit, there is no better excuse than attending the third Kegs and Eggs event that’s taking place on Saturday, March 8th from 9AM to 11AM.

Chef Rick Lewis has created some special dishes that will fill your belly (right before 4 Hands Brewing Lupulin Carnival, no less) and will give you a chance to try some of his awesome creations. Here’s the menu:

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quincy-streetThough he may be a fictional character and I may not agree with all of political ideas, Ron Swanson may be the person I admire the most. The one thing that Mr. Swanson and myself absolutely agree on is that breakfast is the best meal. Period.

Where Mr. Swanson and myself will diverge is that he would probably want to enjoy his breakfast with a glass of 16-year-old Lagavulin Single Malt whiskey, I on the other hand would prefer to enjoy it with a fine beer. If you’re like me, then Quincy Street Bistro has a special little event for you.

Next Saturday, December 14th from 9AM-11AM, Quincy Street will be holding Kegs and Eggs II. This event pairs some awesome breakfast dishes with some delicious craft beers. Chef Rick Lewis has created some special dishes that will fill your belly (right before Nightmare Before Christmas, no less) and will give you the craft beer breakfast you’ve always wanted. Here’s the menu:

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If you’ve not been to Quincy Street, do not miss out on this, they’re cooking up some of the best food in St. Louis and they doubled down by making the best meal: breakfast.