Charleville Brewing Co. Opening Downtown, Cielo Hosts Oktoberfest

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Check out the latest in St. Louis restaurant news below.

Paul and Wendy Hamilton—the duo behind Vin de Set, 21st Street Brewers Bar, PW Pizza and Eleven Eleven Mississippi—are teaming up with Charleville Brewing Co. to bring a new restaurant and brewery to STL. The pre-opening events begin Oct. 20 and feature the release of four barrel-aged beers along with several draft beers for purchase while visitors tour the new space that will be transformed into the brewery. 2101 Chouteau Ave., Downtown

Companion’s Josh Allen announced last week that the the Clayton cafe location will close on Oct. 30 after 15 years of service. The business is thriving in wholesale bread production, which the company plans to focus on. The Ladue and Maryland Heights locations will remain open.

Breakfast and lunch spot The Shack has opened its third location in Chesterfield, serving popular dishes such as the Big Crunch French Toast made with brioche, encrusted with cornflakes and dusted with powdered sugar. 14810 Clayton Road, Chesterfield

Neighborhood favorite Benton Park Cafe will move its location a few blocks away to the space that formerly housed Jax Cafe. As reported by Sauce Magazine, diners may continue eating at the current cafe through Oct. 24, but Benton Park has a goal to set up the new spot by the last weekend of the month. 2901 Salena St., Benton Park.

Oct. 13: Head to Cielo at the Four Seasons to celebrate fall with its Oktoberfest from 6-10pm on the Sky Terrace. Feast on German cuisine, barbecue and more by popular local chefs Kevin Nashan, Mike Emerson, Qui Tran and Gian Nicola Colucci. Brews from Anheuser-Busch, 4 Hands, Urban Chestnut and Schlafly will be on hand. Admission is $35 per person and includes brats, ribs, pretzels and more. 999 North 2nd St., Downtown, 314.881.2105

Oct. 13: Grab a beer at Urban Chestnut Brewing Co.’s 5th-annual Craftoberfest night market. Enjoy food from Mission Taco Truck and live music while browsing the stands filled with local handcrafted goods. 3229 Washington Ave., Midtown

Kevin Nashan photo courtesy of Cielo

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