Friday Food Critic: Yellowstone Cafe
Each week, we nominate a new restaurant for you to review. That's right, you're the local expert.
We have some great local places that many would consider community gems; we have some restaurants that aren't exactly mom-and-pop but are unique to the area; and we certainly—for better or for worse—have plenty of chains lining our main streets.
But what we don't have is a consistent food critic to tell us what's good and what's not.
That's where you come in.
We could throw some money at a professional food critic, but that's not exactly what Patch is all about. We'd much rather know the opinion of the fine folks that eat there day-in and day-out.
It's your community. You eat the food. You tell us if it passes the mark.
That's why we are introducing The Friday Food Critic column, where each week we will put a different restaurant on the chopping block. You tell us how you feel about it, what dishes are good, who has the best drink specials and so forth.
The best part? You could be selected for a $10 gift card to a restaurant of your choice. Each week, we'll randomly select three reviewers from across the St. Louis area.
This week's restaurant is Yellowstone Cafe. Located in Lamp and Lantern Village at the intersection of Clayton Road and Route 141 in Town and Country, it's the decor you'll notice first as you walk into what appears to be a fishing lodge in the middle of Yellowstone National Park. In addition to the unique atmosphere, the reastaurant offers a variety of foods from appetizers to poultry, beef, seafood and pasta dinners.
To review Yellowstone Cafe, simply click on its name. You'll be directed toward its community listing in our places directory, where you can rate the restaurant on a five-star system or write a personal review.
At Town and Country - Manchester Patch, we believe your words of wisdom are better than any food critic.
What are you waiting for? Let the reviewing begin!
About this column: If there's one thing Town and Country and Manchester are not short on, it's places to find some good food. Each week, we'll open up the book on one of the two cities restaurants so you, the reader, can tell us what it's really like.