If you have been to the incredible Rooster in downtown St. Louis you know it is worth the wait, hopefully now though the wait times will be much smaller!

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According to an article from KSDK.com Rooster has moved from their small corner restaurant spot on Locust St. to a bigger location on Washington St. just a couple blocks away. In the article they say...

"The new downtown location will offer Rooster a larger kitchen and more seating, among other amenities, officials said...The 7,310-square-foot space previously held Irish-themed pub The Dubliner...A new event space will fill the upstairs portion of the building, which is still being renovated..."

To read the complete article click here! 

My first time in St. Louis as an adult a couple of years ago I went to Rooster with some friends because it was highly recommended online, it did not disappoint and I have been back multiple times since! The hardest thing about Rooster though is it is sometimes impossible to get a table unless you are with a very small group of people, hopefully upgrading to a bigger space will solve this without sacrificing its incredible quality.

Rooster has a website that you can check out by clicking here, they are a breakfast brunch place that has so many great menu items to choose from. I will say if you are looking for a recommendation from me try their Brunch Burger is out of this world good, as well as their French Toast, trust me the next time you spend the night in St. Louis start your day with Rooster!

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