Little Hills Winery

★★★☆☆
  • 501 S Main St

    St Charles, MO 63301

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  • 636-946-9339

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Mon - Thu, 10am - 10pm; Fri, 10am - midnight; Sat, 9am - midnight; Sun, 8am - 8pm

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Very disappointed. Had a "glass" of their Norton Reserve and didn't enjoy it at all. Nothing like other MO Nortons that I have tried. Plus, it cost $10 and was served in a wine sampler glass....very small.

To top it off, my wife ordered their "baked" brie....what a joke. It came out immediately and was basically a slice of brie that was microwaved and sprinkled with some shaved almonds and a few grapes.

Place is way over priced, and simply not worth it. Cool outdoor area though.

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★☆☆☆☆

Very disappointed. Had a "glass" of their Norton Reserve and didn't enjoy it at all. Nothing like other MO Nortons that I have tried. Plus, it cost $10 and was served in a wine sampler glass....very small.

To top it off, my wife ordered their "baked" brie....what a joke. It came out immediately and was basically a slice of brie that was microwaved and sprinkled with some shaved almonds and a few grapes.

Place is way over priced, and simply not worth it. Cool outdoor area though.

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Waited over an hour for food that should have taken 5 minutes to make, and 5 minutes of thought must have gone in to this place, because its a joke. Staff seemed to walk around as if they were zombies, I don't blame them as I saw numerous

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★★★★★

Waited over an hour for food that should have taken 5 minutes to make, and 5 minutes of thought must have gone in to this place, because its a joke. Staff seemed to walk around as if they were zombies, I don't blame them as I saw numerous

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We finally made it to the Little Hills Winery for breaksfast. Friends had raved about it. Well I raved afterwards, in complaints. Cold food, french toast so dried out, it was harder than concrete. We were the first people there and stuck in the cold side room where we had to leave on our coats. I should have left on my gloves too.

Asked for tea, not much selection and nothing I would drink. Hey I will drink plain ole black tea but that was not available.

For $15.00 I ate a couple of strawberries and a few pieces of tastless pineapple. The eggs - dried up, french toast - dried out. Not much selection on the omlette station and they didn't even melt the cheese. What's up with that?

Oh and not only did we have the pleasure of paying for something not received, there was a lack of service and we got billed twice for the meal. When called they did not remove the charge, had to dispute the charge.

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★☆☆☆☆

We finally made it to the Little Hills Winery for breaksfast. Friends had raved about it. Well I raved afterwards, in complaints. Cold food, french toast so dried out, it was harder than concrete. We were the first people there and stuck in the cold side room where we had to leave on our coats. I should have left on my gloves too.

Asked for tea, not much selection and nothing I would drink. Hey I will drink plain ole black tea but that was not available.

For $15.00 I ate a couple of strawberries and a few pieces of tastless pineapple. The eggs - dried up, french toast - dried out. Not much selection on the omlette station and they didn't even melt the cheese. What's up with that?

Oh and not only did we have the pleasure of paying for something not received, there was a lack of service and we got billed twice for the meal. When called they did not remove the charge, had to dispute the charge.

Pros: leaving

Cons: food and service

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I always thought of the winery for its outdoor seating. We recently went during the tail end of their breakfast buffet and had a very enjoyable time. The waiter was friendly and funny, food was excellent. I had a grilled chicken sandwich and my wife chose to eat from the breakfast buffet and said her food was fantastic! nice carving station and omlets made to order. We plan on going back soon!

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★★★★★

I always thought of the winery for its outdoor seating. We recently went during the tail end of their breakfast buffet and had a very enjoyable time. The waiter was friendly and funny, food was excellent. I had a grilled chicken sandwich and my wife chose to eat from the breakfast buffet and said her food was fantastic! nice carving station and omlets made to order. We plan on going back soon!

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I love going to Little Hills, My wife and I enjoy going in summer or winter. The outdoor seating is great, but inside has just as many good qualities and the service is always friendly and courteous.

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★★★★★

I love going to Little Hills, My wife and I enjoy going in summer or winter. The outdoor seating is great, but inside has just as many good qualities and the service is always friendly and courteous.

Pros: Missouri Wine, food, service, people, inside seating

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Thought it was a great place to meet before a boat outing. Boy, we were really mistaken. The service was almost non existent. We had to find our own silverware and chase down the server for refills on coffee and juice. Once we were set to enjoy the buffet style breakfast, again we were shocked. Everything in the serving trays was COLD. Not luke warm. COLD. The cinnamon toast and waffles were clearly mocrowaved as you could not even cut them. They were like sponges. The blackberry cobbler did not have a serving spoon, so we were given a set of tongs! We were very dissapointed and had read the reviews prior to our visit, but, thought we would give it a try. If you do, make sure that you are not in a hurry, bring your own coffee and silverware, and don't mind cold eggs. I tried to speak to the Manager on several occasions, but he kept disappearing. Oh well. Lesson learned. The atmosphere is great. It is a shame that more people won't enjoy it. We were suprised that there was only 2 other tables at 10:00 on a Sunday morning! I suppose the reputation is out. I hope they get it together.

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★☆☆☆☆

Thought it was a great place to meet before a boat outing. Boy, we were really mistaken. The service was almost non existent. We had to find our own silverware and chase down the server for refills on coffee and juice. Once we were set to enjoy the buffet style breakfast, again we were shocked. Everything in the serving trays was COLD. Not luke warm. COLD. The cinnamon toast and waffles were clearly mocrowaved as you could not even cut them. They were like sponges. The blackberry cobbler did not have a serving spoon, so we were given a set of tongs! We were very dissapointed and had read the reviews prior to our visit, but, thought we would give it a try. If you do, make sure that you are not in a hurry, bring your own coffee and silverware, and don't mind cold eggs. I tried to speak to the Manager on several occasions, but he kept disappearing. Oh well. Lesson learned. The atmosphere is great. It is a shame that more people won't enjoy it. We were suprised that there was only 2 other tables at 10:00 on a Sunday morning! I suppose the reputation is out. I hope they get it together.

Pros: Great atmosphere

Cons: Poor service, cold food

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Do not recommend at all. My score of 1.5 is for the outdoor seating. Have gone twice. First time, it was for a 40th birthday party. I was drinking and too tipsy to notice the sloooow service and high prices. My most recent visit was Monday April 2 in the evening. The outdoor seating was wonderful but that's all the good I have to say. There were 13 of us (adults and teenagers) and it took an hour for the waiter to take our food order. Not once during the meal did our waiter ask if we wanted refills, we had to ask him. Even on alcohol, which he should have been selling as it means a bigger bill and more tip for him. Food was okay. I had the cobb salad-good size but not enough lettuce. Dau's veg pasta was bland. After it was obvious that we had been finished eating for some time (we sat there an hour), we had to ask for our bill. Yes, the waiter left us there an hour to slurp the melting ice from our cups. He would disappear for 30 minutes at a time. Needless to say, the only thing the Winery has going for it is the outdoor seating. If you enjoy wine and want to have a romantic dinner and you have no taste buds, the Winery is the right place for you. Otherwise, go down the street to the Trailhead...now there's a place that knows good service AND great food...big portions that won't put a dent in your wallet.

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★★☆☆☆

Do not recommend at all. My score of 1.5 is for the outdoor seating. Have gone twice. First time, it was for a 40th birthday party. I was drinking and too tipsy to notice the sloooow service and high prices. My most recent visit was Monday April 2 in the evening. The outdoor seating was wonderful but that's all the good I have to say. There were 13 of us (adults and teenagers) and it took an hour for the waiter to take our food order. Not once during the meal did our waiter ask if we wanted refills, we had to ask him. Even on alcohol, which he should have been selling as it means a bigger bill and more tip for him. Food was okay. I had the cobb salad-good size but not enough lettuce. Dau's veg pasta was bland. After it was obvious that we had been finished eating for some time (we sat there an hour), we had to ask for our bill. Yes, the waiter left us there an hour to slurp the melting ice from our cups. He would disappear for 30 minutes at a time. Needless to say, the only thing the Winery has going for it is the outdoor seating. If you enjoy wine and want to have a romantic dinner and you have no taste buds, the Winery is the right place for you. Otherwise, go down the street to the Trailhead...now there's a place that knows good service AND great food...big portions that won't put a dent in your wallet.

Pros: Outdoor seating, romantic

Cons: Parking, food, prices, service, large groups can only sit outside at round metal tables pushed togther, rowdy groups looking for a good time-go somewhere else.

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DInner is always great at the Little Hills Winery/Restaurant...granted sometimes it's really busy and you have to wait a bit, but for those with some extra time on their hands, this is the place to be. The atmosphere is warm and the staff is great. The pricing is resonable as well. Would I recommend the Little Hills WInery/Restaurant to someone? YOU BET!!

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★★★★☆

DInner is always great at the Little Hills Winery/Restaurant...granted sometimes it's really busy and you have to wait a bit, but for those with some extra time on their hands, this is the place to be. The atmosphere is warm and the staff is great. The pricing is resonable as well. Would I recommend the Little Hills WInery/Restaurant to someone? YOU BET!!

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I have tried this place on 3 different occasions because I love the outdoor seating, but...it is just not worth it. The service is so slow that I once left before the food was delivered to the table (1 hour)! The prices are too high for the quality of food. It is a shame because it is a great location and atmosphere.

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★★★☆☆

I have tried this place on 3 different occasions because I love the outdoor seating, but...it is just not worth it. The service is so slow that I once left before the food was delivered to the table (1 hour)! The prices are too high for the quality of food. It is a shame because it is a great location and atmosphere.

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The winery is definetely a nice place to go and relax on a breezy summer day, but expect to pay high prices for not so good food and the wine is a little pricy as well. If you plan to go on a summer weekend night, be prepared to wait a long time for a table and then wait even longer for the food, so my suggestion is to eat something prior to going out to eat. They dont take reservations for the outside dinning.

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★★☆☆☆

The winery is definetely a nice place to go and relax on a breezy summer day, but expect to pay high prices for not so good food and the wine is a little pricy as well. If you plan to go on a summer weekend night, be prepared to wait a long time for a table and then wait even longer for the food, so my suggestion is to eat something prior to going out to eat. They dont take reservations for the outside dinning.

 

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