Saucy Soirée will showcase some of STL's best food and drinks at St. Louis Union Station on Sunday, June 12
The Saucy Soirée Grand Tasting Party returns to Union Station in downtown St. Louis on Sunday, June 12. The event will run from 3 to 7:30 p.m. and features unlimited tastes from some of St. Louis’ top restaurants, wine and beer samples galore, specialty cocktails and live music.
The vendors will showcase some of their most popular dishes, such as the burrata margherita pizza from Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria, polenta cake from Edera Italian Eatery, pecan tacos from Root Food + Wine, bruschetta from Bowood by Niche and lamb cavatelli from Pastaria. Beverage vendors like 4 Hands Brewing Co., Perennial Artisan Ales, Wild Sun Winery and Noboleis Vineyards will also offer unlimited tastes.
Beyond wine, beer and small bites, Saucy Soirée will feature an array of unique cocktails utilizing 1220 Artisan Spirits and Withered Oak Spirits created by award-winning bartenders. Be on the lookout for the Aura de Flora from Tony Saputo at Platypus, Chef’s Pain from Ted Kilgore at Planter’s House#630 from Jeramy White at Olive + Oak and Watermelon Sunrise from the beverage team at Blood & Sand. Tickets include two specialty cocktails, and a cash bar will be open throughout the event. A full list of vendors is available online and in the June issue of Sauce Magazine, which attendees can pick up at the event.
The Latin-inspired instrumental band Acoustik Element will set the mood with their upbeat, rhythmic tunes.
It is recommended that attendees arrive as soon as the event begins, as all the food and drinks will remain only while supplies last. Tickets are available online until 11 a.m. the day of the event and at the door.
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