Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Whether you’re a lifelong Grinch or new in town and lonely, we went in search of how you could spend a busy Christmas Day in Maryland Heights.
Christmas is a season when happy families gather around a tree and children can rip into packages Santa left behind. The picture's pretty, but what if you're single with no kids whose parents moved to Florida? You can enjoy a Christmas of Chinese food and rental movies, but we're looking for something more. Whether you're a lifelong Grinch or new in town and lonely, we went in search of how you could spend a busy Christmas Day in Maryland Heights. Begin with breakfast at Denny's. They're open 24 hours on both Christmas Day and Christmas Eve. Nothing says holiday spirit like a Grand Slam served by a waitress counting the hours until she can get home to her kids. Fueled by sugar, carbs and grease, it's time to venture into Harrah's. The …
Saturday, May 19, 2012
This week we're asking what your opinion is of the Maryland Heights-based restaurant, Ryce Oriental Buffet.
Welcome to the “Review It!" Every Saturday we’ll select a business in Maryland Heights and ask you, the reader, to give it a review. You can review a business via its directory listing—giving the entity between one and five stars. You can also leave a note explaining why you think this business deserves the rating, good or bad. This week we’re taking a look at Ryce Oriental Buffet! Review the restaurant via Ryce's directory listing on Maryland Heights Patch Are you a fan of chinese buffet? Do you load up on General Tso's chicken and egg rolls? We want to hear your opinion! Do you own or manage a business in Maryland Heights? Make sure to claim your listing! Click the “Claim It” link beneath the photos in your business’ listing.
Friday, February 17, 2012
The area likes its fried rice, St. Paul sandwiches, eggrolls and crab rangoon, and has chosen a longstanding Hazelwood restaurant as the Chinese food favorite.
The votes have been cast and we have a winner in our chines food challenge. In a race that was close the entire voting period, Sun Restaurant in the City of Hazelwood picked up the most votes to claim the victory. Here's how the voting broke down. Thanks to everyone who voted and who nominated. Disagree with the votes? Got something to say about the winner? Let us know below. Check back on Monday for next week's Dining Debate!
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Vote for your favorite place to grab some fried rice, egg rolls, lo mein or whatever your favorite Chinese dish may be, among this week's Dining Debate finalists in the poll below.
For this week's Patch Dining Debate, we asked readers their favorite place to get Chinese food. Thanks to those of you who commented and told us your pick! This week, four restaurants were nominated: You can cast your vote for your favorite among the finalists by submitting your answer in the poll below. Voting will continue through Thursday, and ends at 5 p.m. Check back Friday morning to find out who has been chosen as this week's Dining Debate Champion for having the best Chinese food. After you've voted, be sure to tell us in the comments' section below why your favorite is the best. And if you think we missed a great place to catch a romantic night out in this week's Dining Debate, let us know in the comments below!
Monday, February 13, 2012
Whether you like fried rice, St. Louis' own St. Paul sandwich or beef and broccoli, nominate your favorite spot to grab some good Chinese food.
Welcome to "Dining Debate," a column aimed at sharing the best foodie finds in our area: Creve Coeur, Florissant, Hazelwood and Maryland Heights. This weekly feature invites you to nominate and vote on your favorite places for a variety of eats and treats. How does it work? Every Monday, we will ask you to tell us your favorite place for a certain edible item. This week we're looking for good Chinese food. We want to know: Where's the best restaurant to grab a box of takeout rice? You can let us know your favorite spot by commenting below. You will be able to submit your vote through 5 p.m. Tuesday. Then what? We will post your nominations in an article Wednesday morning. Then it will be time to vote again—this time for the "Dining Debate…
Saturday, December 25, 2010
If you’d like someone else to do the cooking this year, Ryce Oriental Buffet is open Christmas Day.
The United States mostly shuts down for Christmas. If you're looking for a place to eat out, Ryce Oriental Buffet is expanding their usual offerings to include a dim sum buffet and fresh crab legs. Your only other options are Dennys' or Papa John's, so why not give the dim sum a try? I'm not normally a fan of all you can eat buffets, but Ryce Oriental is a good example of the genre done well. When I stopped in for lunch around 1:00 p.m., their spacious dining room was about half full of tie clad men grabbing lunch out of the office. A few senior citizens and holiday shoppers filled out the crowd. The place was clearly popular, which always bodes well at a buffet. The buffet itself was divided into four major sections. First, the hot steam …