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CLAYTON

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Kingside Diner is a new take on an American classic: delicious food made to order and served quickly by a friendly staff that gets to know you and how you take your coffee. It’s a great place for breakfast — whether you eat breakfast at the crack of dawn or at Noon.

 

In addition to terrific breakfasts, we have a complete menu of sandwiches, salads, shakes, snacks, and a variety of desserts made right here. Everything on the menu is available to carry out and you soon will be able to place your order online before picking it up from either the Central West End or the Clayton restaurant.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY MEERA NAGARAJAN

First Look: Kingside Diner in Clayton

The new interior is resplendent in black and white in keeping with the chess theme of the original restaurant, as well as a nod to classic diner decor. A wall of windows offers a view of Shaw Park and allows plenty of natural light to suffuse the space.

 

“We want it to be comfortable for everyone,” Teitelbaum said of the Kingside vibe.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY KEVIN A. ROBERTS

Kingside Diner now open in Clayton, Kingside After Dark coming soon

The sister restaurant to the Central West End flagship assumes the former Parigi space at Clayton on the Park.

BY GEORGE MAHE…….JANUARY 10, 2019 …….ST. LOUIS MAGAZINE

Chef Eric Prophete has been “a game changer ever since he came aboard, night and day stuff” says Teitelbaum. Prophete, who spent five years at The Shack, another successful breakfast-and-lunch concept, now oversees both Kingside locations. “Think about it,” Teitelbaum says. “How many diners have chefs—good ones?”

TALKING HOSPITALITY WITH AARON TEITELBAUM

TALKING HOSPITALITY WITH AARON TEITELBAUM

“I love watching the smile on people’s faces as they leave my restaurant,” Teitelbaum says. “They don’t always come in that way. We’ve turned their day around. We get to create memories for people. And you can’t do that with an ego.”

 

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TALKING HOSPITALITY WITH AARON TEITELBAUM

TALKING HOSPITALITY WITH AARON TEITELBAUM

“I love watching the smile on people’s faces as they leave my restaurant,” Teitelbaum says. “They don’t always come in that way. We’ve turned their day around. We get to create memories for people. And you can’t do that with an ego.”

 

Read more in ALIVE Magazine