Romantic restaurants in St. Louis
What are the most romantic restaurants in St. Louis? In particular, what are some restaurants that have "cozy" or "intimate" private seating for two? The now-closed Cafe de Paris on S. Grand used to have a cute little curtained booth--that sort of thing.
For what it's worth, here is what the RFT poll just said-
SIDNEY STREET CAFÉ Romance is found far more of ten in subtlety than in gregariousness, in simple gestures than in grand ones, and no restaurant personifies these lit tle truths bet ter than Sidney Street Café. Under the sof t glow of candles and streetlamps, diners contemplate an exquisite menu (it Changes frequently, but think blue-cheese tarts and filet béarnaise) in an atmosphere that’s at once comfortable and captivating. Add to that wine selections that near triple-digits in number, and all of the pieces interlock into an evening that ’s nothing short of remarkable.
1. SIDNEY STREET CAFÉ
2. THE MELTING POT
3. BAILEYS’ CHOCOLATE BAR
5. VIN DE SET
It's stated above, but really if you're looking to either score romance points with the SO, or just ensure that you're going to break off a little sum'n sum'n back at the hotel, Bailey's Chocolate Bar's where you need to end this date. While personally, I've lost a lot of respect for David Bailey after eating at Rooster, Bailey's Chocolate Bar is still "The Place" to end a date in St. Louis.