Taste the Cause sponsored by True Refrigeration
Taste the Cause, sponsored by True Refrigeration, returns on Saturday, September 23, 2023. As always, Taste the Cause features small plates, desserts and beverage options from 12 of St. Louis’ most renowned restaurants, represented by their head chefs and owners.
Tickets are $50 each and include entry for one adult, tasting options from each restaurant and also includes entry for one child up to 12 years old.
Did you know? Registered Pedal the Cause participants get a free ticket to Taste the Cause (along with a PTC jersey and much more!). Sign up now and help us create a world without cancer.
2023 Partners coming soon!
2022 Partners include:
Eleven Eleven Mississippi is renowned in the St. Louis culinary scene for serving award-winning Tuscan/Californian cuisine since 2003. Paul and Wendy Hamilton designed the menu from their numerous trips to the wine regions of Tuscany and Northern California. Everything is made from scratch.
Herbie’s is an American restaurant and bar inspired by the food and atmosphere of the French bistro as well as the cuisines of Italy, Asia, and the coastal American South. We hope you find a place of warm welcome at Herbies – a home away from home!
Hi-Pointe Drive-In is known for their mouthwatering burgers and original sandwiches. Their chef-inspired menu uses locally sourced ingredients. Hi-Pointe Drive-In is brought to you by your friends from Sugarfire Smokehouse, among a few of your other favorite eateries.
Lona’s LiL Eats is home to the Giant Rice Paper Wrap. They specialize in fresh Asian cuisine with a soul-food flare. Using fresh ingredients just chopped, absolutely NO MSG, they make all our seasonings and sauces from scratch- from peeling the garlic, roasting peanuts, on up.
Peacemaker Lobster & Crab is the passion project of Chef Kevin Nashan. The menu features seafood flown in fresh every day, prepared as creative interpretations of coastal favorites like lobster rolls, Poorboy sandwiches, steamed blue crab, seafood boils, chowders, gumbos and seasonal pies.
Nestled in St. Louis’ Historic Benton Park Neighborhood, Sidney Street Cafe reflects a melting pot of influences from all over the world with its New American cuisine. Sidney Street Cafe’s cuisine reimagines elements of Chef Nashan’s past, blending his Spanish heritage, flavors from his childhood in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his classic French training, and his love for Midwest and Southern ingredients.
This Korean-Mexican fast casual restaurant features dishes inspired by traditional recipes from Chef/Owner David Choi’s childhood. Menu items include Kimchi Fried Rice Burritos, Tacos, Nachos, Quesadillas, and Gogi Bowls – Seoul Taco’s take on the classic bibimbap dish. By designing each location uniquely with the help of local artists, Choi aims to make each Seoul Taco integral to the community – both a place to eat and to meet.
Companion is known for their specialty breads and sweets with two signature cafes located in St. Louis, MO. By focusing on the brand’s 4C’s – their companions, customers, community & company, Companion has built a strong regional reputation & following.
The Cup opened as St. Louis, Missouri’s first gourmet cupcake bakery in 2007. From the initial launch of The Cup in the Central West End, this beloved cupcakery has been providing award-winning cupcakes to the area’s most discriminating dessert fans.
Ices Plain & Fancy serves the finest quality ice cream, flash-churned to order using liquid nitrogen. Visit them in the historic Shaw Neighborhood of St. Louis to taste their Classic Nitro Ice Cream, Fancy Ices, Boozy Ice Cream Cocktails, Non-Dairy Offerings, Seasonal Sorbets and more!
Park Avenue Coffee has been serving up small batch air roasted coffee and St. Louis’ gooey butter cake since 2007. Their gooey butter cake is made from scratch, baked to order and shipped world-wide.