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St. Louis: Restaurant suggestions for this itinerary

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Hi St. Louis experts:
We are driving from Chicago area on Thursday, arriving in the afternoon. Staying at the Drury at the Arch. Family trip with our 10 year daughter and my husband's mother. This is our plan:
Thursday afternoon/evening: Arch and City Garden if time
Friday: City Museum
Saturday: Zoo (maybe Science Museum if gets too rainy)
Sunday: Grant's Farm in the morning and then leave for home

What would you suggest for restarants on the various days? Don't necessarily need "kid-friendly" restaurants. Our daughter loves Italian so she is looking forward to a "Hill" restaurant. We are not-quire foodies, but enjoy good/different food (we always have to negotiate who is getting what and all share).

Any comments on itinerary are also welcome. Thanks!

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