The Libertine's Josh Galliano Brings a Taste of the Mississippi to the James Beard House

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The Libertine's chef Josh Galliano | courtesy of the Libertine

Tonight, the Libertine's (7927 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-862-2999) Josh Galliano brings Mississippi-inspired cuisine to the venerable James Beard House in New York City. This culinary honor, reserved for the nation's top chefs, is a chance for Galliano to not only showcase his river-country-inspired cuisine, but also to give back to the foundation he credits with jump-starting his culinary career.

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De.lish Cheesecake Bakery is Up for Sale -- Sort Of

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The Inferno at de.lish Cheesecake Bakery & Cafe. | Zach Garrison

Fans of the north-county cheesecake bakery de.lish Cheesecake Bakery & Cafe (1060 St. Catherine Street, Florissant; 314-831-7400) have been up in arms this week ever since owner Jeff Mullersman posted on Facebook that he was putting the business up for sale. It turns out it things aren't that black and white.

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Kevin Nashan to Host Chef Sean Brock at the Peacemaker October 25

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Heritage by Sean Brock. | Courtesy Artisan Books

James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock has just come out with his first cookbook, Heritage, and Kevin Nashan will be hosting his St. Louis book signing. Not only will Brock be on hand to discuss his elegant Southern recipes, but the kitchen at Nashan's Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co. (1831 Sidney Street; 314-772-8858) will be cooking up some of Brock's food.

See also: Kevin Nashan Talks Battling New York Chef Harold Moore on Knife Fight

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The Corner Cup Plans New Menu and Expansion in Dogtown

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Portabella benedict with sweet-potato hash at the Corner Cup. | Mabel Suen

The Corner Cup (1221 Tamm Avenue; 314-899-0287) opened in Dogtown back in January, and after several months, co-owner Ben Strake and his team are kicking things up a notch. Chef Bob Brazell, formerly of Athlete Eats, has come on as a culinary consultant to introduce a new menu quarterly.

See also: First Look: The Corner Cup's Paleo Breakfast Options in Dogtown

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Aaron Sherman Joins Niche Restaurant Group as Sommelier and Beverage Director

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Outside Niche. | Jennifer Silverberg

Restaurateur Gerard Craft has recently named Chicago's Aaron Sherman as sommelier and beverage director for Niche Restaurant Group, which includes Niche, Pastaria, Brasserie and Taste. We caught up with Sherman to hear about his vision for Craft's restaurants and not being a wine snob.

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Pete Manzo Educates the Hungry with Culinary Tours of the Hill

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Gelato from the Hill's Gelato Di Riso. Laura Ann Miller

It was difficult for Pete Manzo to close the sausage shop his father opened in 1955 last September. The numbers just weren't there, and St. Louis said goodbye to an institution. Then he went to Chicago and Tuscany. Manzo had another idea for his expertise: EAT St. Louis Food Tours.

See also: Manzo Sausage Kitchen & Market to Close September 14

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OpenTable Diners Name the Best Overall Restaurants in St. Louis

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Escolar with asparagus at Niche. | Jennifer Silverberg

OpenTable is technically a reservation service, but the company is able to cull a lot of data from its diners based on their habits and experiences. Apparently, there is a list of the diner-picked ten best restaurants in St. Louis. There are also subcategories for things like best ambience, best service, scenic view, etc. So who do you guys love?

See also: Niche & Five Bistro Named in Top 100 Restaurants Fit for Foodies

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Cardinals Nation at Ballpark Village Introduces Postseason Menu

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Cardinals Nation at Ballpark Village. | Paul Sableman

Cardinal Nation is going strong as we head into Game 4 of our series against the Dodgers in the postseason. But Cardinals Nation, a restaurant at Ballpark Village, is also ready for the playoffs. The two-story restaurant and bar has added some exciting items like stuffed pretzel sticks, chicken bruschetta and even, yes, that rare bird: spinach artichoke dip.

See also: 5 Best Foods to Eat at Busch Stadium

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Seoul Taco Moving into Former Ginger Bistro Space on Delmar

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Gogi bowl spicy pork from the Seoul Taco at Iron Fork 2013. | Jon Gitchoff

Ginger Bistro (6665 Delmar Boulevard, University City) shut down for "renovations" a few weeks ago, but according to University City records, that's no longer the case. Loop neighbor Seoul Taco (571 Melville Avenue, University City; 314-863-1148) will be moving into the space.

See also: Seoul Taco's Burrito: One of 100 St. Louis Dishes You Must Eat Right Now

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Introducing Gift Horse, the Best Way to Give Juniper's Housemade Goods for the Holidays

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Love Juniper's biscuits? Soon you can take them home. | Jennifer Silverberg

Just in time for the holiday season to begin, Juniper (360 North Boyle Avenue; 314-329-7696) is developing a retail element for some of its most popular accouterments. It's called Gift Horse and it will debut online and at the restaurant in several weeks.

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