Dining

Local Faves and Familiar Names: We’re Not Messing Around

From the vinyl booth to the white tablecloth, we’ve got all your dining options covered. St. Joseph’s restaurant scene is diverse and surprising, with local talent set alongside comfy stand-bys. Downtown, check out Cajun cuisine in a warehouse building at Boudreaux’s or a burger at Ground Round. Try a fresh crepe from our own Paris-trained chef at Brioche or legendary tamales in a castle home at Barbosa’s Castillo … or chill out in a cozy booth at Geneo’s for homemade calzones. Long-standing names like the D & G Pub, Betty’s Cafe and Fredrick Inn offer local faves in a classic St. Joe setting. Craving a steak? Head to the Hoof & Horn near the St. Joseph Stockyards. This historic gem serves up great steak and some history.  For upscale dining, Bad Art Bistro and Ostrea promise a memorable experience. If you have a craving for an old favorite, check out our nationally-known options like Cheddar’s, 54th Street and others at the Shoppes at North Village.