The Kitchen Sink is a family owned diner with locations in the Central West End and Downtown. The name means just what it implies, on the menu you’ll find everything but "The Kitchen Sink.” We serve St. Louis style creole that’s a little spicy and highly seasoned. For those of you who have never had this type of cooking, The Kitchen Sink is a great place to start!
There are more than 100 items on the menu, the most expensive of them being only $15. From the delicious breakfasts, to delectable dinners and everything in between, you are sure to find something that satisfies your cravings without breaking the bank!
Not sure what you’re craving? We have an option for that as well! Ask your server for the “idk” and answer a few quick questions on your flavor preferences and our chef will go to work!
New on the Avenue
The new neighbor on Washington Avenue is Caruso’s Deli and they are located inside the Washington Ave post at 1312 Washington Avenue in the loft district. The Deli will come to be better known as the “Neighborhood Deli” it is a lot like what you remember from when you were a kid with everything fresh made, even a big pickle jar right on the counter. This is a place where you can get meats and cheeses sliced to order with great sandwiches and salads made fresh just the way you want them. They make breakfast sandwiches and yogurt parfaits to get your day started and hand crafted salads and sandwiches for lunch while you wait or get what you’re looking for right out of the self serve case. Jerry and Linda Caruso are the owners of Caruso’s (Neighborhood) Deli and bring over 40 years of combined experience with food and customer service. The Caruso’s are very excited to join this wonderful neighborhood and look forward to catering your office and holiday parties. The deli opens at 7am Monday through Saturday and you can call ahead for pick-up or dilivery by calling (314) 588-1096
McMurphy’s Café offers freshly prepared lunch featuring fresh, seasonal produce and locally-sourced items. McMurphy’s Café is unique because it serves as an employment training program, helping to prepare St. Patrick Center clients for careers in the food service industry. In addition to McMurphy’s Café, the training program includes the off-site McMurphy’s Express at 15th and Market Streets and an expanded catering menu and private meeting room space.
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