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Spotlight:

 

Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Presents

 

"Nursery Crimes"

January 11 - May 9, 2019

 

Remembe rthis nursery rhyme?

 

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

All the King's horses and all the

King's men couldn't put Humpty

Dumpty together again

 

Well, today, we are all grown up! And now you find out the truth about Humpty Dumpty. He didn't fall off the wall, he was pushed! That's right, I said pushed! Who did it? Was it the Fairy God Mother who gets a taste of all the action that goes down in the hood? How about Little Red Riding Hood, who was caught in a sordid love triangle involving herself, Humpty Dumpty, and her hero, the Huntsman.

 

Fairy Tale Land isn't as sweet and innocent as our parents led us to believe. It's full of gamblers like the Queen of Hearts, or the fighting duos, Jack and Jill. And we can't forget about those shady characters known as Mandy Muffit and Little Jack Horner. Help us find out what really happened on that wall. What turned this Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme in a Nursery Crime?

 

Join us as we recall those fond memories that turn to MURDER! This participatory comedy, mystery will be presented with a 4-course meal to DIE for! Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838 to make your reservations now. It would be a CRIME to miss out on this much FUN!

 

 

Lucy Loves Ricky

The "I Love Lucy" TV Show premiered in October 1951.

Our Show is a tribute to that Fabulous Redhead

 

Lucy is trying to break into show business again by getting into Ricky's new show at the remodeled "Copy-With-Your-Banana Club".

 

She tries to prove to Ricky and the owner of the club, Regis Philitan, that she can sing, dance and even do tricks.

 

The 'Lucy Loves Ricky' and 'Lucy Goes Cruisin' are available for private shows either at the Bissell Mansion or we can bring the show to you at the location of your choice. Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838 for more details or to schedule your private show.

 

Kimchi Guys Brings Exciting Bold Flavors to Laclede's Landing

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - Munsok So, President and CEO of So Hospitality Group, is introducing his newest fast casual restaurant, Kimchi Guys.  Located inside the historic Cutlery Building at 612 North 2nd Street, Kimchi Guys will open its doors to the public on Friday, February 1, 2019 from 11am to 7pm.  Kimchi Guys will occupy part of the first level of the newly-renovated six-story, 50,000-square foot building.

 

Kimchi Guys will serve lunch and dinner daily, offering a diverse Korean menu that caters to all palates.  Guests can experience St. Louis’ first and only Korean Fried Chicken, which is double-fried with a special batter that makes the chicken extra crispy. From a spicy Korean Buffalo to a sweet and savory Honey Butter, guests can choose a signature sauce of their choice.  Guests can also experience So’s favorite sauce, the Original, which is a sweet and spicy sauce made from Korean chili peppers.

 

In addition to Korean Fried Chicken, the menu offers both traditional and non-traditional Korean BBQ options.  Some non-traditional items include Korean BBQ tacos, a fried chicken sandwich, and spicy BBQ pork sliders.  So also highlights the Bibimbap, which is a popular traditional dish consisting of rice, mixed vegetables, a sweet and spicy chili pepper sauce, a fried egg, and a choice of beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, or even a plant-based protein.  A vegan menu is also available.

 

Given the name “Kimchi Guys,” the menu revolves around kimchi in many forms. Originating as far back as 37 BC, kimchi is a Korean side dish staple consisting of salted and pickled vegetables, most commonly cabbage. So’s menu offers four different kinds of kimchis made in house: spicy cabbage kimchi, spicy cucumber kimchi, spicy radish kimchi, and white radish kimchi.

 

Stews & Brews Menu at Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar at Hyatt Regency

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar, located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, has a special Stews & Brews menu for hotel guests and local residents.  The menu pairs a variety of house-made, hearty stew selections with pints of beer from local-area breweries.

 

“As we enter the cooler fall and winter months, we are excited to announce our annual Stews & Brews menu to provide delicious, hearty dining options for guests to keep warm as the temperatures continue to drop,” said Joseph Bidwell, executive chef at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar. “The Stews & Brews menu features delicious stews made by our culinary team which are complemented with our wide variety of the area’s best local beers.”

 

The Stews & Brews menu features three stews including chicken and dumplings, a hearty beef stew, and Cajun shrimp gumbo.  Guests can select from a wide variety of local brews to complement their stew, including Chef Bidwell’s pairing recommendations of the Urban Chestnut’s Fantasyland with the chicken and dumplings, Crown Valley Brewing & Distilling Co.’s Big Bison Ale paired with the hearty beef stew, and the Schlafly Pale Ale with the Cajun shrimp gumbo. The menu is available at Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar throughout the end of the year.  Each bowl of stew is $13 and guests will receive $1 off any draft beer pairing selection.

 

Located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and near Busch Stadium, Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar celebrates St. Louis’ local professional sports.  The restaurant features more than 70 local beers, an in-house smoker with BBQ selections, numerous oversized high-definition televisions with state-of-the-art sound systems to watch all the games.

 

For more information on the Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar or Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, please visit hyattregencystlouis.com, or call (314) 655-1234.

 

 

 

 

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