At Chez Trappeur, world-class wines from Missouri join French, Italian, Spanish and California wines, along with fine cuisine in a historic setting.
The three front doors of the 1890s home lead to three distinct spaces.
Door 1: The bistro restaurant, where the menu is continental French, adjusted to the Midwest palate. Ingredients are locally sourced, with a commitment to farm-to-table cuisine as much as possible.
Door 2: The tasting room, in the underground cellar, holding more than 100 selections from around the world; many available to sample and by the glass.
Door 3: The bar is a plush, relaxing place serving wines, beers and microbrews, plus a other refreshments.
Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Check their website for details, hours, special events, wine list and menus. Although walk-ins are welcome, reservations for dinner are advised.