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Takeout Restaurants in the Delmar Loop

ENJOY THE FLAVORS OF THE LOOP FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR COUCH

Article by Cate Marian

Photography by Provided

The Delmar Loop is packed with delicious restaurants and amazing atmospheres, but sometimes you want to enjoy the flavors of a meal out from the comfort of your couch. Here are just some of the excellent establishments that offer takeout options.

Seoul Taco

What began as a food truck featuring a fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisines has become a flavorful staple on St. Louis streets. The menu is packed with cultural dishes such as with a menu packed with cultural dishes. Try a big burrito rolled with kimchi fried rice, lettuce, cheese, carrots, green onions, sour cream and Seoul sauces, or a Gogi Bowl—Seoul Taco’s take on the classic bibimbap dish that includes a sesame vinaigrette salad mix with fried egg, green onion, carrots, sesame oil, rice and spicy Gochujang pepper sauce

Fork & Stix

Tucked away on a side street at the end of the Loop is this what some consider to be the best Thai restaurant in St. Louis. You can't go wrong with the khao soi egg noddle curry soup, the spicy papaya salad, or the sai oua sausages with the naam prik nuum hot sauce.

Pi Pizzeria

Known as Barack Obama's favorite pizza place, and it's easy to see why. The fresh ingredients, locally sourced meats are stacked atop their signature deep dish cornmeal crust for a brilliant mouthful of flavor with each bite. Go for the Delmar with mozz, cheddar, pappy’s bbq sauce, roasted chicken, red pepper, green pepper, red onion, cilantro; the Bucktown with mozz, roasted chicken, artichoke, red pepper, green olive, red onion, feta, sundried tomato; or create your own.

Salt + Smoke

The smell alone will quickly elevate this restaurant to the top of your list of favorite barbecue joints. They feature all the meat lover staples including ribs, brisket, burnt ends and pulled pork, and serve up some original dishes, appetizers and sides. Try the burnt-end toasted ravioli, treat yourself to a side of the white cheddar cracker mac, or go with a healthier option such as the green bean and tomato salad.

They also offer gluten-free menu as well as a kids menu. And if you do decide to dine in, their drink menu features over 100 bourbons, along with cocktails and an impressive beer list.

Blueprint Coffee

Freshly roasted and brewed by the cup, Blueprint features delectable blends. Try the seasonal Penrose, an ever-updated offering in the quest for the perfect espresso. Dense, sweet and delicious with or without milk, it's also an ideal pick for brewing at home. And don't leave without browsing their bakery case (try a homemade buttermilk biscuit) or grab a granola bowl packed with gluten free oats, chia seeds, sunflower kernels, whole pecans, brown sugar, cinnamon, garam masala, agave, and salt.

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