The 5 Best Italian Restaurants (Not Cheap) in St. Louis
Arancini. | Ian Froeb
(1933 Edwards Street; 314-773-2223)
Lorenzo's is another Hill go-to, but it gives you a more casual setting without downgrading the food. The osso bucco is basically a religious experience: fork-tender braised veal shank with marrow (a.k.a. the "butter of the gods") inside, complete with a marrow spoon so you can spread it on some warm bread. Just try not to fill up on those tasty breadsticks first.