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About Bishop's Post
An upscale casual bistro with two private dining rooms, a large comtemporary bar and a beautifully landscaped patio with a waterfall.
Our seasonal menu includes; fresh seafood, hand cut steaks, homemade pasta, house smoked shrimp and trout, artisan cheeses and charcuterie. We also offer exquisite comfort food options that include our macaroni and cheese with beef tenderloin and St. Louis style ribs. Our salads use the farm to table philosophy including sourcing herbs and vegetables from our on site garden.
Our wine list includes over 200 old and new world wines..
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday-Saturday: 11:00am-4:00pm
Dinner: Monday-Thursday: 4:00pm-9:00pm, Friday-Saturday: 4:00pm -10:00pm
Please join us at Bishop's Post for an Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 16th
We will have a full buffet from 9 am till 3 pm featuring breakfast and dinner items, including an omelette bar, raw seafood selection, and desserts
$39.95 for Adults
$15 for kids 12 and under
Weather permitting, the patio will be open.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer guests a private parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
We have three separate, private dining areas. We have a room to fit your needs from 10-100 people. Contact Stacey@bishopspost.com for any more information.
Private Party Contact:
Stacey LaBarbera: (636) 536-9404
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bishop's Post Ratings and Reviews
Food was not timely refilled on the buffet on Easter Sunday. Serving dishes were empty or had to scrape the bottom of the container for gravy for instance Food that was there was not hot. Selection was just okay - know this is a busy day but price was above other restaurants with a buffet brunch and the selections are much better. Think Bristol's for instance. dessert buffet was disappointing - one dessert with an addition of small hard as rocks iced cookies. Very disappointed - this was my first time at the restaurant and will probably never go again. Server was the best part o the experience, she was great.
I have been to alot of different restaurants for brunch and I have to say this was just average. It was way overpriced for what you get. I have had way better for less money. There was not alot to pick from. Drinks were extra after paying $40. I would not go back for brunch.
Bishop's post was an amazing dining experience. I went there with my girlfriend to celebrate our 8 month anniversary and she loved it. It was the first time for both of us being there. The waiters and waitresses were really really nice and made sure we had everything we needed. The food did not disappoint and we had an amazing night. I planned my reservation for sunset and it turned out great. We had outdoor seating and it was beautiful. Would definitely recommend.
I would not recommend this restaurant. Food was mediocre at best and the cleaning crew was vacuuming close to our table for the last hour we were there. This place is way over priced for what we received. One positive thing.....our waitress was decent. It is all about the food! This occasion was our monthly night out for Supper Club. We were sorely disappointed and will not recommend this restaurant to anyone. The food did not justify the price.
Our monthly gathering for ol' times sake was a special treat this month as we tried the Bishop's Post for the first time. Found the restaurant on the internet and thought it sounded interesting and it truly was. The food was more than enough to satisfy and the complimentary drink of Bailey's for a promotion made me order a second one. The atmosphere was excellent and we'll return when the weather warms up so we can take advantage of the outside dining opportunity. We have already let several people whom we dine with on occasion about Bishop's Post and our next meal together will find us there. You want to go here. (Note: Perhaps it's an outdated GPS or just because I can't follow directions but if one is coming West on I-40 it would be good to note on your website that it's the Chesterfield Parkway West exit and not the Chesterfield Parkway exit.)
The food was great! There was a problem with a coupon (as much my fault as theirs) and they took care of it very attentatively! Pricey for me, came to $29.50 a piece for four dinner entrees, one salad and one cup of soup, with the only beverage that was ordered was one coffee.
Good comfort food at reasonable prices. Smoked trout appetizer is always great. Ribs are lean & moist, paella has almost a Cajun taste, mac & cheese is creamy & serving size is huge. Staff is great. They were very helpful getting us situated with a wheelchair and a quieter table where we could have a conversation. We've also done several business dinners here & they've always been successful.
We liked the atmosphere for our get together with friends. We had a nice big table in a quiet section of the restaurant. It looked through the porch and on to the patio/garden.
Over all - however - we were disappointed in our meal. Two of us had the pork chop. They said it was "good." Three of us had the macaroni and cheese - two with chicken and one with beef. Not great. Another had the meatloaf. Not great. We had spinach dip and calamari for appetizers. Just okay.
Our waitress was very attentive when we were seated. Then she got busy and we didn't see much of her. Fortunately her boss stepped in an filled the void. But - the bottom line is the food wasn't very good.
We had a half-hour wait despite our reservations. The service there was excellent. Peter took good care of us--very attentive. Ambiance was nice, low lighting and quiet. Food was very good too. The short ribs were a bit more spicy than I like usually but my husband loved them. The price was competitive: $126 for a party of four including drinks (not including tip). Overall a very positive experience.
Bishop's Post has easily become my favorite restaurant in St Louis. The food is excellent, service is perfect, the restaurant decor is very welcoming. The Moscow Mules (served in a copper mug, as they should be) are wonderful. Each time we have been there the owner always stops by to see if everything is OK. This is a hidden, great restaurant that I would fully recommend!
My husband and I had a delicious meal celebrating our 14th wedding anniversary! The food and service were excellent and we didn't have to wait long for our food. We both highly recommend Bishops Post. We will definitely try something else on the menu next time!
Service was very good. Food was fair at best. Meatloaf was good but mashed potatoes were so
heavily salted they were almost inedible. Plus there was no gravy on potatoes or extra on the plate just a very small amount on top of meatloaf. Was going to order shrimp and grits but thankfully the waitress said, when asked, that they were spicy. She rated them on a scale of 8.
I do not like really spicy food so passed on that.
Might possibly try it again when outside opens up in warmer weather. The patio looks very inviting. Don't know if I want to spend money that I can only eat a portion of with on desire to take home for future meal.
Food was great; quiet atmosphere, service was great. Was looking for something perhaps a bit more formal, though...this is pretty casual - aka vinyl booths, open floor plan, pretty bright. Great place to go to for a Casual get together or a casual night out with your significant other.
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