Hi. We're Christine and Charlie and We Eat Stuff.

We live in St. Louis and have an awesome dog named Waffles.
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This is us, being fancy.  We don’t usually look like this…

This is Waffles, being Waffles.

We're not really bloggers, we just like to eat and drink in St. Louis and then share our love for the hospitality industry.

People seem to love our photos and we hope we do help get the word out about all the amazing places in STL.

We’ve got to eat and drink some very interesting food and booze…

…and meet some very interesting people. St. Louis is home to some of the best chefs and mixologists in the country.

So you could say we’re “Food Influencers”? Is that a thing?

Either way, we feel lucky to live in St. Louis right now. The hospitality scene here is becoming more vibrant, diverse, and amazing everyday.

We have a big following on Instagram:

We also do a weekly podcast!

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Industry Interview – Nika Marble

Industry Interview – Nika Marble

This is the first of our Industry Interviews series we are starting where we interview local people in the food & beverage industry and ask them to talk about themselves and an ingredient that best describes them.  We were overjoyed when Nika agreed to be our first...

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We Visited Turn and Met Chef David Kirkland

We Visited Turn and Met Chef David Kirkland

Yesterday we visited Turn in Grand Center, which we’ve walk past many times when visiting Jeremy Pevnick at Sophie’s Artist Lounge upstairs. Biscuit Flight Chef David Kirkland brought us out a delightful Biscuit Flight. The biscuits were all differently flavored and...

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Starting Over

We Eat Stuff has been around for over 4 years now, and a lot has changed since we first started this site. Many restaurants we wrote about back then have closed, or changed character so dramatically what we wrote about then isn’t relevant anymore. We’ve changed a lot...

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