Share candlelit dinners or hamburgers and pizza while dining in more than a dozen restaurants. Taste freshly made fudge in an old-fashioned candy shop
The anvil Saloon building originally housed a hardware store which was in operation from 1850 to 1855. It became the Anvil Saloon in 1855 when it was purchased by the Vaeth family. It was operated as a gentlemen's saloon and adjoined a barber shop next door. The Vaeth family continued to operate the Anvil Saloon until 1978 when it was sold to Bill and Rene Abel. The Abels did extensive interior renovation, exposing the brick walls on either side, refinishing the maple floors and the bar and back bar. The bar and back bar were moved to this location in 1855, by oxcart, from a steamboat that was stuck on a sandbar and needed to have some weight removed.
Located on Third Street in the Historic District
Set in the decor of yesterday, The Hotel Ste. Genevieve has 14 modern guest rooms and is one of today's finest restaurants. Situated in the Historic District of Missouri's oldest town The Hotel Ste. Genevieve is within walking distance of the many charming and unique shops and historic sites that make Ste. Genevieve so special.
Located on the Corner of Main and Merchant in the Historic District
Phone: 573-883-3562 Reservations
Located in downtown Ste. Genevieve the Old Brick is the place to go for an excellent home cooked meal. They have everything from fresh fried chicken to grilled fillets. You are sure to find something to enjoy!
Located at 90 South Third Street in the Historic District
Located in the heart of the historic district Sirros is a place the entire family will enjoy. From sandwiches to pasta this is the place to go to kick back and relax. They have a bar located next door (The Orris) where live bands play on the weekends.
Located at The Inn St. Gemme Beauvais, this classic French restaurant has received widespread acclaim for food, service and atmosphere. Diners enjoy the wonderful cuisine in this historic house from the mid-nineteenth century. Candlelit tables, tastefully set with white tablecloths, enhance the relaxed, yet elegant style, accented by the antique cobalt and crystal Florentine chandelier and roaring fire in the marble hearth.
The chef, Cathy Brans, is well trained for the requirements of the classical style of preparation and she changes the menu every week! Cathy always works with the freshest ingredients and is always mindful of the seasonal availability of the highest quality.
The restaurant features a wide selection of fine locally produced award winning wines, and cocktails are also available. And don't forget about desserts! MMMM
Station 2 Café, owned by Jean Johnson and Beth Caldwell, is housed in Ste. Genevieve's old firehouse at the corner of Main & Merchant Streets in the Historic District. They offer freshly made sandwiches and salads, as well as homemade soups, salads, quiches and a variety of pies and pastries. Serving Breve Coffees, roasted in nearby Pevely, Missouri, they also offer premium espresso drinks and a wide variety of hot or iced teas.
1 South Main Street
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670
Menu: Station 2 Café Menu
Serving: Breakfast, Lunch
Cuisine: Soups, sandwiches, coffee, tea