Located in the Saint Louis Art Museum’s new East Building designed by renowned British Architect David Chipperfield, Panorama offers full service dining in an elegant setting. With breathtaking Forest Park views from its floor-to-ceiling windows, Panorama offers regional contemporary cuisine showcasing local, sustainably produced ingredients. Menus change seasonally.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday–Thursday: 11:00–2:00, Friday: 11:00–2:00, 5:00-9:00
Saturday Brunch: 10:00–3:00
Sunday Brunch: 10:00–3:00
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking garage available $15 regular price, discounted to $5 with restaurant receipt of $15 or more. Public parking lot is available and free of charge
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Panorama Ratings and Reviews
Everything was great until Brandy got ou ...
Everything was great until Brandy got our table confused with another and gave us an incorrect bill. We signed it without carefully examining it and it took approximately 20 minutes to sort it out when the other table called the error to her attention. This caused us to be very late for our next appointment.
This is a great restaurant, even if it w ...
This is a great restaurant, even if it weren't situated in the St. Louis Art Museum with a gorgeous view of the park. The menu offers variety, the food is beautifully presented, and the service is attentive. Did I mention that the chocolate ice cream is divine?
Panorama has an excellent menu, great vi ...
Panorama has an excellent menu, great view of Forest Park, delicious food (especially the rolls), and outstanding service. Kelvin was amazing-he anticipated our needs and was efficient and friendly. Highly recommend.
The beautifully set tables, fabulous vie ...
The beautifully set tables, fabulous view, and impeccable service make Panorama a destination for lunch or dinner. The menu offered lots of choices and the food was excellent. And the Art Museum is just a few steps away.
Usually love Panorama but the food and s ...
Usually love Panorama but the food and service were way off on this visit. Brussels sprouts were bitter, cauliflower was just ok and portion was tiny - about a tablespoon. Burger was average. Smoked trout was outstanding! Service was not attentive, short changed but they corrected. Very disappointing especially since it was a birthday celebration.
The Caesar Salad was a disappointment-- ...
The Caesar Salad was a disappointment-- the lettuce was very bitter, and I expected more from a $9 salad. The steak and the pork were great, as was the dessert selection. The servers rarely came by to refill drinks, even though the restaurant was nearly empty. Great environment and very pretty views.
I eat here often. The menu is interesti ...
I eat here often. The menu is interesting. Prices are very compatible with other similar restaurants. I am a contributing member of the Art Museum so there is a 10% discount for food. It is one of my favorite places. Service is interesting. It is either unbelievebaly good or as slow as molasses. Either way, I enjoy being there.
Had a lunch with cousin's family from ou ...
Had a lunch with cousin's family from out of State. Picked this restaurant primarily for the museum and "panorama" claim.
The staff are very friendly and elegantly dressed. The restaurant is neat and well lighted.
Found a few things disappointing: 1. Not that much of "panorama". The large glass wall faces a road and trees, not deep and wide enough to be claimed a "panorama"; 2. The food is in moderately small portion, plain in flavor, however beautifully displayed; 3. No restrooms in the restaurant, it takes a short walk to the museum restrooms, which is not painful but a little awkward.
A fair restaurant but not state of art in the art museum. Miss the Wolfgang Puck restaurant that was here a few yrs ago.
My husband and I shared the soup of the ...
My husband and I shared the soup of the day (a crab bisque) and the artisan cheese sampler w/fig jam and tomato chutney. Both appetizers where utterly fantastic. The cheese sampler contained the best bleu cheese-type cheese I've ever had. The tomato chutney was indescribably delicious and I don't even like chutney. We both had the beef tenderloin and there was a lot more meat than I was anticipating. The beef was tender and delicious. It was plated on top of a red wine reduction sauce that my husband loved but I thought it was too sweet. The grilled asparagus and potatoes were also very delicious. We ended the meal with fantastic desserts. I had the peaches and cream cake and my husband had the gooey-butter cake bread pudding. The latter was divine! So rich and flavorful it's difficult to describe. The coffee was very high quality which I appreciated. Our server, named Kelvin, was an absolute delight! His humorous personality and attention to detail caused our wonderful meal to be an absolute perfect experience.
The location of this restaurant in the A ...
The location of this restaurant in the Art Museum was the main feature of this restaurant. You could overlook Forest Park and the statue of Saint Louis. The service was fine, I d.dn't care for what I ordered. Prices were moderate.
Panorama is a a comfortable place to mee ...
Panorama is a a comfortable place to meet if you are visiting the St. Louis Art Museum or Forest Park. Sadly, the food is mediocre at best. The chef tries to design upscale food at a moderate price. He would be better off serving simple sandwiches, soups, and salads.
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