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Its original location was on "the Hill" and served the local community from the corner of Kingshighway and Potomac. In 1976, Grassi's opened its second location in what was then "West County" on the southwest corner of Route 66 (Lindbergh) and Conway. A few years later, Grassi's third location was opened in the "Central West End" along Euclid. The original location and the third location have been closed for many years. The second location has endured "the test of time" and is thriving amongst the lively "midtown" communities of - Frontenac, Creve Coeur, Olivette, Westwood, Huntleigh, and Ladue. In 1996, Grassi's second location moved from the corner of Lindbergh Blvd and Conway to its current…
I love having lunch at this place. It's got a really wide selection and very casual atmosphere. They also have a lot of friendly people working there so it seems efficient. Not fancy but sometimes that is what you want in an area that is...More
We stopped in for a late lunch after running around the city. Order at the counter style was great because we got our drinks and salads right away. The delicious toasted raviolis (always my favorite) were there before we finished our salads. Next came the...More
You can tell there's pride in what they do. It's a cozy little spot tucked away off the main road. It was the best service I had at any place I stopped at all week in St. Louis. I had the meatball sandwich; it was...More
Grassi's is in a small unassuming building off the main road - what a hidden gem it is!!! Everything we have eaten here has been amazing. Delicious fresh Italian salad, the angus steak sandwich is out of this world, toasted ravioli - a true Italian...More
For me the salad was awesome. The croutons were to die for. A shame I only got one in my salad. Sandwiches were great. Service was fast and friendly. Eager to please. Plenty of parking in the back. We will revisit when in the neighborhood.
I grew up a few miles from Grassi’s and love the food so try to eat here when I come in town. Grassi’s is a local tradition - I come for the Italian Salad: iceberg lettuce, chopped olives, Parmesan cheese and croutons in Grassi’s special...More