Review: Pomme Café and Wine Bar
by Stefanie Ellis
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 2006
"Dinner at Pomme Café and Wine Bar was like a French film. There were clever characters (a quietly confident waiter who made us laugh), plenty of unexpected plot twists (how much does the hummus actually cost and why is it served with apples?) and aesthetically pleasing scenery (cozy bistro tables with candles all aglow)."
Where are the lunches of yesteryear? At Pomme Café & Wine Bar
by Dennis Lowery
Sauce Magazine, September 2006
"The wine list is nicely approachable and covers a broad range with most selections being in the $25 to $60 range, with a good BTG selection."
Serving Spectacular Meals Morning, Noon and Night is a Piece of Cake for this Charming New Clayton Café.
by Cristy Miller
Alive STL, October 2006
"With its exposed brick walls, an oversized chalkboard menu and globe lights, the place is undeniably romantic. more like a small sidewalk bistro in Paris than a café in Clayton.
Whether you decide to have a morning, midday or late-night meal, you wont be disappointed with the selection of French-inspired fare - or the prices, as you wont find anything over $11."
Dining Out: Tasty and Affordable
by T.J. Martin
Ladue News, September 2006
"Pomme Cafe and Wine Bar is a charming little place diners can duck into without a lot of planning, which is a nice change from the usual St. Louis dining scene. The food was overall very good and clearly homemade with care. As for the prices, they are about as attractive as it gets in Clayton, traditionally a dining mecca not known for bargains."