The Entrance. Oh, yeah. I forgot to mention there was free wine and beer.
So many people!
Ok, I have no idea what this is called, but it reminded me of bread pudding. It was fantastic! Harvest folks explained that they use as much local and/or organic products that they can. Score one for going local!
Here is a huge example of Toasted Ravioli, invented right here in the STL. I can't for the life of me remember what restaurant this was from (they didn't have handy little cards) but, it was just ok. Not too memorable. I have definitely had better.
There was plenty of BBQ to go around! I really enjoyed PM BBQ. Dare I saw it was my favorite of the event? There was also Bogart's BBQ (had it, very good, will do a review later) and Pappy's (see below), which go back and forth for the best in the 'Lou, but PM BBQ was definitely my favorite of the night. I may have to make the trip to try it again.
Bless the people at the mud house. They had tone of little deserts, and the guy said I could try one of each! There was (from left-ish) a blueberry scone, something I can't remember, gingerbread, banana bread, a brownie, and an almond milk cupcake. Each one was phenomenal, but my favorite would be the gingerbread or the brownie. I would definitely recommend this place if you have a sweet tooth.
This was an interesting choice. It was a beef slider, mixed with a little bit of pork. It had a white cheese (not sure which kind) and an eggy sauce on top. While the burger itself was pretty tasty, and the cheese complimented it well, I was not a fan of an eggy burger.
Oh, Pappy's. I had heard so much about this place, I was dying to try it. Apparently, they make everything fresh each day, and usually sell out by 7 or 8 at night. It totally did not disappoint! While PM BBQ was my favorite, I really enjoyed the sweet BBQ sauce that Pappy's provided, and would definitely recommend this to anyone in the area. The people of St. Louis know their BBQ.