In addition to many local hotspots, guests can enjoy these restaurants located in the Hyatt.

RED Kitchen
Enjoy locally sourced far-to-table cuisine served in seasonal menus. Start the day with a breakfast buffet featuring made-to-order favorites or choose from an a la carte menu that highlights ingredients from St. Louis-area farms and food purveyors.

Savor seasonally-inspired menu selections while sipping on drinks featuring the freshest ingredients, including hand-squeezed juices and home-grown mint leaves. Sip on glasses from an extensive wine selection or indulge in a late-night bite and local brew.

Grab your favorite coffee drinks, teas, and beverages, plus a wide selection of pastries, paninis, and wraps. Pick up breakfast sandwiches, snacks, and coffee to-go at this one-stop coffee ship located in the hotel lobby.

Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar
The go-to sports bar in downtown St. Louis, steps from Busch Stadium and the Enterprise Center, this restaurant serves local craft beers and homemade barbecue. Catch regional, national, and international games on the big screens throughout in a vibrant setting boasting St. Louis sports pride.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Serving sizzling steaks and chic drinks in a rich, sophisticated setting, this iconic restaurant makes for a delightful dining experience in downtown St. Louis. Choose from an elegant dinner and inventive happy hour menus or catch up over cocktails at the 100-seat bar.

For excellent restaurants outside of the hotel see the list below.

Walkable from the hotel (15 minutes or less)

Tony’s – Fine Dining – AAA Four-Diamond Award winner. Mobil Travel Guide Four-Star Award winner. Award-winning wine list. Tableside service. Fine dining at its best. Established 1946. For a more casual dining experience, visit Anthony’s Bar at the same location. – 2 blocks

360 Rooftop– Dine amid the stunning view from 400 ft. above downtown St. Louis. Far from typical bar food, Chef Rick Kazmer’s menu offers a clever blend of inventive takes on favorites like pizzas and fish tacos, as well as a selection unique creations. – 2 blocks

Carmine’s Steak House – Fine Dining, enjoy a variety of aged beef and handcut chops, fresh seafood, chicken entrees and delicious housemade desserts. – 2 blocks

St. Louis Bread Company/Panera – Founded in St. Louis’s very own backdoor in Kirkwood that is an everyday oasis with cravable foods. It is a fast casual dining experience that uses no preservatives and no artificial flavors. Their bagels, croissants and breads are made in house daily. – 3 blocks

Caleco’s Bar and Grill – Located downtown near Busch Stadium, Caleco’s draws big crowds during baseball season. Caleco’s serves many St. Louis specialties as well pasta, pizza, fish, and steaks. – 1 block

Ballpark Village – Located in the heart of St. Louis’ central business district adjacent to Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village provides patrons a variety of entertainment, food and beverages all in one location. – 5 blocks

Rooster – Fun, energetic and delicious daytime restaurant offering sweet and savory crepes, award-winning breakfast food, coffee and Bloody Mary’s. – 10 blocks


Schlafly Tap Room – Brewery restaurant featuring handcrafted Schlafly beers brewed onsite. Traditional American and European dishes.  

Charlie Gitto’s – A St. Louis dining tradition for 25 years, offering Italian-American cuisine and world-class service. Two certified sommeliers, extensive wine list.

Tucker’s Place Soulard – For over 30 years Tucker’s has consistently prepared top quality American cuisine and steaks cut fresh daily.  Delicious food, a relaxed, cozy atmosphere, terrific service and reasonable prices makes Tucker’s what it is today… an excellent dining experience in St. Louis!

Llywelyn’s Pub – Celtic classics and delicious pub fare