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1104 Locust St
Saint Louis, MO 63102
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- Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Monday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Tuesday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Wednesday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Thursday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Friday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Saturday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cuisine: Breakfast and Brunch
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4.6 of 5.0 from 78 reviews
price range:$11 to $25
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The tomato jam is unique and very delicious!
by Megan J.
What can I say about the Steak and Eggs--pork steak, that is--with potatoes and homemade bread and jam? Best. Brunch. Ever.
by Renée H.
Delicious crepes and coffee! It's the perfect quaint coffee place for you week and weekend getaways!
by Anke R.
Gluten free Crepes were amazing!
by Reanna P.
This spot is great, if you love cheese or chocolate. The four cheese Savory Crepe was awesome! Great bacon and house-made sausage.
by Reggie W.
Kid friendly, great kids menu, booster seats, etc.
by Gardiner A.
Wait is very long, place is packed. Floor and tables were dirty. Expensive! $2.50 for a piece of bread! Entrees average around $9, a lot for some bacon and eggs. Loud! Customers have to yell to hear.
by Sam '.
Can not go wrong with the apple and sausage crepe!
by Matt D.
Great spot! Even with a crowd, the wait is bearable and worth it. Free coffee while you wait. Staff is friendly and food is delicious.
by Josh B.
Just had the worst service ever! Watched four tables come in after us and get food before us!! Food was not good when we finally got it!!
by Jamey D.
Try one of the Bloody Mary concoctions! And be sure to get bacon and cheddar olives!! Mind blowingly awesome
by Mollie T.
Was in town for the Cardinals game and found this gem! Awesome atmosphere, food, and service. Highly recommend!
by Chad H.
Pretty impressive service levels and loved my Scrambler #6 in-and-out in 30 minutes on a Saturday at 9:30am
by Steve Ole O.
The hostesses had the worst attitude I've ever seen in the service industry. Omelette was bland, crepes were ok. Best part was their wheat toast with butter and jam.
by Abbie S.
Food and atmosphere were awesome! Only complaint would be TWO toilets in the entire restaurant is ridiculous. For a restaurant as popular as this, the bathroom situation needs an upgrade
by Alex G.
Goat cheese crepe #1, house Bloody Mary or mimosa... Heaven.
The bacon #2 is amaaaaaaazing! Make sure to get a few mermosers to wersh her dern with though!
by Garry C.
Rooster slinger is the bomb!!!
by Jimmy B.
Best breakfast I've had in years. Everything homemade with local ingredients all the way down to the ketchup. Outstanding
by John L.
Long wait on a Sunday but SOOO worth it! Virtually all of their food items are from local vendors which is awesome. Best part: you can turn any crepe into an omelette!
by Vanessa W.
Food was great, service was too. Wait is long!
by Joe L.
Get the slinger :) banana pancakes are also pretty good :)
by Luis G.
Awesome food and service!
by Dan B.
Unbelievable slingers. Fantastic Bloody Mary's. Secret bathroom in the back of the dining room on the right.
by Dan P.
Chris was very rude and dismissive to us from the moment we sat down. Food was only ok, mocha was good. Like the concept but it's def overrated.
by Christina M.
The French toast with carmelized bananas is a MUST.
by Lauren D.
by Danielle C.
Long wait , but bloody bull is amazing! Drinking my breakfast so far!!!
by Samantha B.
Ask for Roger's section: he rocks!
by Chris V.
Serious vegetarian biscuits and gravy...
by Matt V.
The G.B.L.T. Is the greatest dish ever!!!
by Andrew M.
Three things you need to try in order: 1) the rooster slinger. 2) the bacon, cheddar asiago French toast 3) everything else on the menu. Amazing spot. My wife and I come here every time were in STL
by Kelly B.
Awsome Biscuits & Gravy !!
by John H.
Try the Finnish pancake, a baked custard. It is different and delish. It's like dessert for breakfast.
by Althea S.
Bacon #2 and the Brie # 2 crepe are amazing! Yummy mimosas too!
by Amber D.
Scramble #1 is delicious! The Bloody Mary is also.
by Mooney M.
Bloody Mary? Yes please? Delicious brunch? Don't mind if I do!
by Jim G.
Awesome nutella crepes!
by Andrew B.
Definitely try a breakfast crepe, they are wonderful!
by Shandy S.
Everything is better with Bacon.
by Ryan S.
Worst Bloody Mary of my life. Tastes like iced bland tomato juice--totally over-hyped.
by Amanda I.
ask for the sirloin scrambler perhaps they'll put it back on the menu
by Perez M.
This place has the most cheerful hostess, Lindsey, who makes the sun shine on a wintry day.
by Aaron W.
Best of '12: Slinger at Rooster, 1104 Locust Street, downtown. Submitted by @DChen0407
by Go! magazine
Great breakfast place in downtown St Louis, especially if you like crepes.
by Franz S.
Friday at 10:30. Painfully understaffed.
by Terry F.
Lindsey Hilton is the best server! Ask for her - She makes you feel welcome. I'm definitely coming back!
by Hannah M.
Gotta try the French Toast with bacon, cheddar and asiago!
by Jeff C.
Try the French Toast Sticks - With warm maple syrup & a fresh fruit cup (via @Foodspotting)
by Amy S.
Try the fried egg sandwich - With deliciously spiced breakfast potatoes (via @Foodspotting)
by Amy S.
Try the Brie #2 - Cherry Chutney, Arugula, Apple & Nuts :) (via @Foodspotting)
by Amy S.
They have the best crepes
by Megan S.
The pulled pork on sourdough is great with a bloody Mary. Nice atmosphere and wonderful, friendly service!
Got here today around 12:00 on Saturday...got seated immediately! Food and drinks were delicious!!
by Zanah M.
First visit and the service was poor, with the exception of one server who tried make things a little better. The steak sandwich was really good, but the salad needed to be cleaned first... (ugh)
by Raphael J.
This is a great breakfast and lunch hotspot for egg sandwiches (BELT is awesome) and crepes. The kids menu got two (sticky) thumbs up for its crustless pbj’s and large bowl of fresh fruit.
by Jenna N.
Charley Judy is right the Slinger is worth every calorie!
by Dave R.
I hate breakfast food,but love this place. Never would have guessed I'd fall in love with a crepe.
by Mary B.
Mo. Made sausage #2 & bloody samuraiExcellent combo.
by DJ B.
Get the "Grace Slinger" it's not on the menu, but it's awesome!
by Scott D.
Food is delicious. Bloody Mary is a must. But you will leave smelling like grease.
by Angie T.
the Sirloin Asiago Onion Mushroom w/ horseradish is outstanding
very very very good
by JB F.
by Neil R.
Really good soy latte
by Micah H.
side of potatoes
by Todd J.
Ham Crepe was quite good.
by Todd J.
Pumpkin Spice Coffee. Any crepe.
by Todd J.
First rate ingredients, excellent breakfast items, good coffee and very good service. Place can be packed on weekends but worth the wait. A nice indulgence.
by Aaron W.
Like the atmosphere and enjoyed my goat cheese & arugula crepe. I sat at the bar for breakfast and would come back anytime.
by Karen F.
We always get sidetracked by Rooster's mimosa menu. Or, if we've carried with us the fuzziness of the previous night's overindulgence, the bloody marys
Got the scrambler everybody was raving about. The flavors were great... but the potatoes were cold and undercooked and my overheard eggs were over easy... poor showing Rooster.
by Bary K.
Goat cheese crepe is amazing
by Angela L.
4.5 stars. Bacon #2. starts out with a cheesy kick, finishes with sweet oniony flavor! Try it!
by Allison H.
We though the slinger was awesome ...also the scramble #4! Excellent for breakfast!
by Kathy S.
Roasted sirloin #3 is to die for and bloody mary is a must!
by Britt S.
This place is Awesome. Order a drank.
by Phantomluvr L.
Amy is nice, and patient. Try the Bacon!!!
by Allan C.
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