Join us for the first ever #EatUpSTL at Failoni's on Manchester. We will explore historic restaurants around the St. Louis area - a different one each quarter.
Failoni's is a former speakeasy located on the outskirts of dogtown. Failoni's was purchased from the Lemp Brewery in 1916 by Alex Failoni and his wife Rose. Located at the edge of Dogtown in the 6700 block of Manchester. Failoni's is open Tuesday thru Friday for lunch and dinner and Saturday nights for dinner. From the Sicilian Steak, to the Panko Breaded Grouper, you will not walk away unsatisfied. Matriarch Rosemary Failoni and grandson Joey do all of the cooking and also make the best Italian green olive salad and flash fried spinach that you have ever tasted. If you're ordering food, this is a must! They also put together a daily special for lunch and one for every Friday night. The pizza is a customer favorite with homemade crust and a family recipe sauce in a brick oven. Victor serves drinks and manages other things at Failoni's along with Alex Jr.
This will be a group dinner, dutch treat - everyone paying for their own tab. There will not be a restricted menu - so enjoy all they have to offer. Click here to view the Failoni's menu.
When you arrive at Failoni's, tell them you're with #EatUpSTL and they will direct you to a special reserved area for our group.
For More on Failoni's, watch this video: "Only at Failoni's" 100 Years and Counting on Vimeo.
What are they known for? Failoni's is known for their pizza and pasta. Specials are available for pizzas and pasta on Tuesdays.
Do you have special dietary needs? No problem. Let the kitchen know how you want your food prepared. Feel free to bring any special salad dressings or condiments you may need as well.
Dinner at Failoni's on Friday nights is a throwback to the days of Chicago's Villa Venice Cafe, New York's Copa, and other popular dinner/nightclubs of the 40's 50's and 60's.The food is excellent and huge in portions. While dining you will listen to Alex Failoni Jr. sing Frank Sinatra tunes.
Date and Time
Tue, April 2, 2019
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT
6715 Manchester Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139