I may do sportscasting for a living, but I'm almost as passionate about food. When I heard about Metromix, I really wanted to start doing reviews. Check them out below.
Frank CusumanoSpecial to Metromix
February 17, 2009
Changing the way we see movies in Chesterfield
Thirty-one years and counting in Warson Woods
Near gourmet food at fast food prices in Glendale
A breakfast haven in West County
A trek to an intimate wine bar and tapas spot in Kirkwood
If you have one issue it may be that you want more.
Who would have thought you'd find a place like this in Valley Park?
Great food, lightning-quick service
Flavors may be the new kid on the block, but this place does serious barbecue
Elegant dining in the heart of Wildwood
This place is almost too fancy to call a diner
An old classic - revamped for West County
Some good food, gold gloves and more!
A 21st century general store, in the heart of the Delmar Loop
Great burgers, great shakes... it doesn't get more American than that
Great food, from folks who also run a winery
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better diner in all of St. Louis
Eat good food near SLU at almost any hour
You won't find better food in the middle of a strip mall anywhere in America
This tiny Chinese spot is a favorite among two Cardinals sluggers
The lobster and crab potato skins and gigantic steak sandwiches set this place apart
Some of the best pizza you'll find in St. Louis
Getting some great Tex-Mex in Rock Hill
Frank finds Italian perfection in Brentwood
These Cusumanos are not related to Frank... we promise
Sure, the place looks great. But how's the food?
Pay attention, or you might mistake this place for the Bayou
The desserts really make this a worthwhile spot
Checking out Des Peres' newest rib joint
Who said dining inside a grocery store couldn't be an amazing experience?
We check out the area's newest burger joint
Probably one of the best buys for your money in West County
A Greek restaurant that will have you saying, 'Opah!'
A place where you'll have just as much fun watching the chef as you will eating
Frank Cusumano heads to U-City for some Chinese food
Classic Italian, without the hefty price tag or stuffy atmosphere. So what does Frank Cusumano think?