Welcome to Bulrush
Bulrush STL is a contemporary dining and craft bar experience in the Grand Center Arts District just a short walk to the Fox Theater and Symphony. James Beard semi-finalist chef, Rob Connoley features contemporary foods rooted in Ozark cuisine in one of the most intimate dining settings in the nation. We prepare contemporary interpretations of 19th century historic Ozark cuisine – Country pork, corn bread, greens, pie. Our goal is to offer you classic Ozark foods, presented in brand new ways, to take you back to your fondest food memories.
Carryout information below. For our in-house dining options please go to our Reservations page.
Carryout orders can be placed starting at 9 am each Tuesday for the week. Carryout available Wed-Sat, 4-7pm. All appetizers and mains will be packaged cooked with simple instructions for finishing touches and reheating when you get home. At this time of extreme financial distress we are asking that gift cards not be redeemed until we are back at full service. If you are in hardship and a gift card is necessary, please give us a call and we can make arrangements.
*Please note that if you are ordering for a future date, and we’re out of your preferred item, we update inventory each morning at 9am.
- Turkey wings on grits with sweet and spicy beet BBQ sauce (serves 2-4) $18
- Hearty house salad with fried hominy, pickled corn, wheat berry, crisp asparagus (serves 2-4) $18
- Whole OR half roast chicken, sumac spiced, cornbread, roasted veg, broccoli (serves 2-4) $50
- Turkey OR Veg pot pie with side salad (7″, serves 2) $30
Dessert & Tomorrow’s Breakfast:
- Cookie survival pack (4 large cookies) $12
- Mulberry milk crunch ice cream $10 qt or $6 pt, and optional Make it a Sundae kit $5
- Rob’s best-ever peanut butter pie $10
- Our famous biscuits (2) and gravy (1 pt) kit – you bake in the morning (serves 2) $16
- House cocktail of the day (serves 4)
- Value wine of the day
- Beer roulette!
Yes, all of our ingredients are raised by local farmers, and of course we have prepared everything, including the most basic ingredient, in house.
From the Marshfield Mail newspaper recounting an Ozark resident during the Spanish Flu Pandemic, “Floyd Atkinson, who had the flu last week, is able to eat biscuits now, and he said they tasted good.”
Due to the pandemic we are no longer including gratuity in our carryout prices.
At this time of extreme financial distress we are asking that gift cards not be redeemed until we are back at full service. If you are in hardship and a gift card is necessary, please give us a call and we can make arrangements.