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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.
St. Louis, MO 63110
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
Very attractive restaurant with lovely view of the park. Very comfortable but contemporary atmosphere with the most comfortable restaurant chairs. Tables are well-spaced and have plenty of room. Overall impression of the room is fairly elegant. The menu is great with lots of options and a wide price range. Sandwiches to mains are fairly priced allowing an inexpensive meal or a moderately pricey meal. Food was very good except the Cesar Salad. The interpretation of a large leaf with cheese on the side did not work - go back to the traditional Cesar.
The baked Brie with stone fruit was excellent, as was the beet salad. The rocky road ice cream was a good ending. I have never had a meal here I didn't like, but we ordered the sea bass and it was undercooked. The restaurant gave us one of The entries at half price.
Panorama is convenient for visitors to the museum. The menu is eccentric for a lunch menu, which make ordering difficult. I ordered the quiche, which was dry, overlooked. There were no normal sandwiches. The hamburger, for example, ls topped with a fried egg, which is literally overkill.
Min girlfriend md I do a brunch every month and we have been to Panorama before. This time we were going to go to the Degas exhibit after brunch. The seafood frittata was wonderful as was the view from the restaurant. Finally the citrus cheesecake - which we shared- was more than perfect. A great meal to set the mood for our visit to the exhibit. I will go again.
Excellent service from our waiter. Choices for sides included candied cauliflower or Brussel sprouts . I told him that I loved both so he brought me both and they were very good! Had grilled chicken on croissant with bacon and cheese. It was delicious, but not a pick up sandwich (at least for me).
Booked our reservation on open table and noted that is was for a birthday and asked for window view. When we arrived even though there were windows available we seated second row even though I also said something to our seater. We both order sea bass and the size portion was very very small tail pieces with very little vegetables. If they are going to serve such a small morsel of fish then they could have at least have given a decent amount of veg with it. Very expensive for what you get.
The view and atmosphere is gorgeous. The location makes it an easy spot to meet in the middle for a quick business lunch. I would encourage you to use the parking garage if going during the day because the park can get pretty busy. i wish they validated though, they do not at the moment. I would not do a serious business meeting here because you do not have privacy and it can get loud, but a great casual lunch with friends, or colleagues who are in town to see STL. Also great food for great value.
There were 5 girls celebrating a birthday. The cheese basil scrambled eggs had no cheese in the taste. The frittata was burnt on the bottom and top you could see was uncooked white of egg. One girl received bunrned toast. The salads did not have enough dressing. The only food that was good was the dessert. Very disappointed. Have been there before when the food was adequate.
This was probably the third or fourth time that a group of my friends who live in St. Louis joined me for Sunday brunch at Panorama. I used to live in St Louis and now reside in SW Missouri, but SLAM always draws me back to St Louis along with the wonderful friends and family that reside there. Your hosts or hostesses are always cordial and delightful. I have celiac's disease, so I GREATLY appreciate that Panorama's menu and buffet feature GF options on it. We tried to vary our brunch plans with other nonprofit arts organizations, but always cancel due to the general consensus as to "why mess with success?" that we experience at Panorama. Thank you for your courteous staff, delightful cuisine and lovely calming ambiance. Took lovely photo that expresses how it make us feel when we dine there that I'd be happy to send to you at any time.
A masterpiece among masterpieces. If you come to the St. Louis Art Museum just for the art you are missing another gem. Panorama is a great dining experience. Enjoy breakfast/lunch/brunch overlooking Forest Park. Delightfully crafted food with wonderful taste combinations. Seasonal menus using local sources only the best served here. Don't miss this one
I dined at Panorama during Art in Bloom. The soups, salads, and sandwiches were all absolutely scrumptious!!! The beet, beef, and turkey sandwiches were some of my favorite sandwiches. The butternut squash soup was especially my favorite soup. I loved all of the salads.
I always enjoy the beauty of the museum and eating there adds to the experience. The restaurant staff are always very kind and sincere with everyone and I particularly like the receptionist (her name escapes me) I often see and both she and other hostess had lovely hats(sat.feb.11) in tune with the exhibit making it all seem connected. I am grateful to make online reservations ahead of time and often go with friends. Thank You.
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