Suburban Extended Stay
148 Regency Park
O Fallon, IL 62269
Phone: (618) 589-3696
Fax: (618) 589-3686
Porter's Steakhouse makes a very strong statement for all steak lovers out there.The signature Pepperloin- a superbly cooked, wonderfully flavored cut of beef, has been a consistent crowd puller at Porter's. The decor displays sublime traces of modernity and chicness. A unique touch of Porter's is a resident sommelier with a thorough knowledge of wines, who sashays across the floor with a fine array of wines. This steakhouse also provides entertainment and hosts several occasions in their versatile private rooms.
Located in the Casino Queen Hotel, Prime Steakhouse is one treat to the curious travelers of the hotel and for those passing by. Prime Steakhouse boasts of rich, mellow steaks, prime rib roasts slathered in butter and fresh seafood. The romantic and relaxed aura of this steakhouse, complemented by golden lights and cozy recliners lures families and lovebirds alike. The service staff is polite and charming with thorough knowledge of their craft.
A downtown St. Louis dining institution in an out-of-the-way spot, Al's has been serving enormous portions of steak, seafood and basic Italian specialties for decades. The look is clubby, with dark wood and leather chairs. Dress is formal—men wear coat and tie. After being served a welcoming basket of bread and offered a pricey wine list, you choose your meal from a tray of meats and seafood displayed by your waiter. There is no menu; the waiter describes what is available (e.g., filets, T-bone steaks, veal chops, lobster, salmon) and how it can be prepared. Entrees come with salad and side dish.
Joey B’s on the Landing has some of the absolute best burgers in St. Louis. Hailed by magazines and news outlets alike, this restaurant features homemade soups, square pizza, and fried pickles on top of a serious selection of burgers. Among the most popular selections is the Patty Melt - smothered with melted Swiss and grilled onions - and the Cowboy Burger, which is loaded with bacon, onion rings, and real cheddar cheese. Bring your family and friends for a great night out (sports fans will especially appreciate the large flat screen TV's available) without breaking the bank.
Named after Missouri politician Robert E. Hannegan, the restaurant is modeled after the U.S. Senate Dining Room. In other words, it instantly brings to mind luxury and patriotism. Many of the menu items, dating back over 20 years, are traditional American favorites. The house specialty is a 20-ounce stuffed, double-rib pork chop. A full bar is available. The restaurant will appeal to those who enjoy comfortable booth dining, flag-adorned walls and lively acoustics. Local jazz musicians frequently provide evening entertainment.
Who said dinner theatre had to be classy? When it comes to loud, rambunctious, unrefined dining, the Royale Dumpe is champion. This meal and show set in the times of lords and maidens offers interactive fun, laughs, entertainment, and food you can eat with your hands. It’s a family-oriented event, but some of the humor is a bit risqué (use discretion). Each act introduces another course of the meal. The only option on the menu is chicken, but in the midst of this medieval mayhem, just enjoy the victuals and be thankful that you weren’t beheaded! - Cathryn D. Blue
Situated at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, Cielo has more than just fantastic views of Downtown St. Louis in store for you. From its position on the eighth floor of the hotel, the restaurant and bar naturally affords you views of the Gateway Arch and other attractions, but the menu is incentive enough to draw you in. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, the restaurant has a few specials to offer you as well. There is a USD15 working lunch special, as well as a four-course dinner menu you can pick. The wine list has something to complement any meal you may be having. Bar hours vary; check the website for details.
Located at Hyatt Regency Saint Louis at The Arch, Red Kitchen & Bar is the place to head to for a relaxed Italian meal, with a few drinks thrown in. The menus vary with the season, and the dishes you will be served are concocted from the freshest possible produce. Some of the house specialties you could enjoy are the spaghetti bolognese, roasted organic chicken and butternut squash ravioli. Sandwiches and pizzas are also available. There are daily specials like Martini Mondays and Draft Tuesdays to be enjoyed at the bar. Lunch and dinner times may vary, please check the website for more information.
If you fancy an Italian meal at Hyatt Regency Saint Louis at the Arch, you head to the Red Kitchen & Bar; if it is a sizzling steak you crave, however, you need look no further than Ruth's Chris Steak House. Open for dinner every day of the week, this restaurant does not limit its menu to steaks, but also has some delicious seafood for you to enjoy. Appetizers like shrimp cocktail and lobster bisque start off a meal which comprises signature steaks like the cowboy rib-eye and petite filet. Your seafood options include the likes of barbecued shrimp and blue crab cakes. There is also a wine list to complement your meal. The main dining room seats 150, while the bar area can accommodate over 100.
The centerpiece of the colorful décor at Carmine's Steak House is the vibrant mural of a carnival in Venice. The homemade toasted ravioli is a favorite appetizer with regular patrons. The 16-ounce veal chop with a port demiglaze is terrific. An equally mouth-watering entree is the filet gorgonzola. When the halibut with rum sauce is available as a special, do not miss it. For dessert try the delicious bread pudding topped with lemon sauce or the Pecan Bourbon Creme Brulee.
Tony's is a place where St. Louisans have celebrated special occasions for more than 50 years. It is also the place where society, from local corporate tycoons to visiting sports celebrities, comes to bask in the good vibes, the great food and the all-encompassing hospitality of owner Vince Bommarito. Tony's has a muted, contemporary feel, while still exuding comfort and a modern sense of Italia. Tony's is famous for its steaks, veal, seafood and pasta. Try the Lobster Albanello, a decades-long favorite of lobster chunks in a mushroom sauce over pasta. The wine list is lengthy and can be very expensive.
Sanfilippo's is a modest family-run restaurant with excellent, Sicilian-tinged food. There is an Old World feel to the casual dining room with Italian murals, white tablecloths and soft lighting. About 20 excellent (and modestly priced) pastas, such as Rigatoni Giuseppe (a spicy cream sauce of fresh tomato, vodka and shallots) populate the menu. Veal, chicken, seafood and beef entrees, such as Shrimp Bianco (huge shrimp in a brandy Cajun cream sauce) and Veal Sanfilippo (medallions of veal in a cabernet wine sauce) are on offer as well. For dessert, enjoy the home baked breads and homemade cannolis.