The Ten Best Food Events in St. Louis This Weekend: November 1 to 3
1111 Mississippi kicks of eleven days of anniversary celebrations this weekend. | Laura Miller
There are plenty of events this weekend to cure that Halloween hangover. Support local charities or enjoy the last Clayton Farmers' Market of the season. Continue for our food-related recommendations after the jump.
See also: The Libertine Goes Gatsby for Halloween
Friday (Nov. 1)
For this post-Halloween bash, staff (and presumably, customers) will all be dressed in their Gatsby best while Prohibition-era cocktails flow. Chef Josh Galliano is preparing a special menu with items from the 1920s. Owner Nick Luedde wouldn't spill just what his costume is (perhaps he doesn't know himself yet), but he promises the weekend will be worthy of Daisy Buchanan herself. Admission is free. Friday and Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The eleven-day celebration starts Friday with $10 lunch specials and a whole-hog porchetta. On Saturday try the Tuscan Tasting Menu. The specials continue through the week and some proceeds benefit charities like Stray Rescue and St. Louis Effort for AIDS. Call 314-241-9999 for reservations.
Continue for Saturday and Sunday's picks.