I’m talking about a restaurant in the Loop. Three Kings Public House offers upscale pub food with a Mediterranean twist (according to the internet). The inside of the restaurant has a lot of old portraits of St. Louis hanging on the walls, neon signs, interesting décor, and chandeliers.
The dark lighting still makes it feel like a bar,
however, the décor makes it seem upscale (so the internet didn’t lie, this time…). I got lobster bisque and fries, which were very good.
John Null got toasted ravioli, which he deemed okay but not as good as Imo’s.
It was good. I was not that impressed, but I have to say, I probably would go there again.. So what’s the adventure here? Parking, of course, and actually finding the restaurant. I’ll see you somewhere… lost in St. Louis.