St Louis Restaurant Review publishes news, reviews, a Top-10 list, and press releases about restaurants in the St. Louis region.
We publish restaurant reviews and news about restaurants in the St. Louis region. Our reviews are unbiased and have not been bought with ad revenue. However, there is a Top-10 list that restaurants might choose to promote their rankings based on public reviews by purchasing promotional packages to help get the word out about their rankings.
We use various websites to determine our subjects, including Google, Yelp, TripAdvisor.
Articles categorized as press releases indicate that the establishment sponsored it. News and reviews are not sponsored. Press releases, while published on our site, the information contained therein has not been independently verified; therefore, we do not guarantee the accuracy of press releases and suggest that you independently verify the information.
Our mission is to help promote restaurants in the St. Louis metro area. However, restaurants with low reviews could learn from the best restaurants’ public reviews and comments. The old statement, “learn from your mistakes,” but I prefer to “learn from the mistakes of others.” Never be closed-minded!
A common mistake is ignoring the reviews, assuming customers are out to get a free meal. We know that happens. However, the restaurant staff should respectfully request customers publish online reviews. The management should filter through the reviews to filter out bad reviews and learn from the good reviews. It is a great strategy to know what your customers like or dislike and monitor your staff and their relationship with your customers.
Responsible management must accept online reviews because online reviews are not going away. Most importantly, online reviews are used by many prospective customers before they visit the establishment for the first time. Therefore, ignoring online reviews is reckless and damaging and increases the risk of restaurant failure.
The success of any restaurant is always credited to its food and service. So, naturally, location and management skills follow. Still, failure is certainly in your future if you fail to provide quality cuisine and services.
We are always available to consult with restaurants. Our expertise includes technology, accounting, marketing, and general business management.