Appropriately enough, Korzo, which literally translates to "gathering place" in its native Bosnian tongue, has become just that for the hundreds of zealous patrons who swear by its authentic Bosnian fare and relaxed atmosphere.
So, if you've had your fill of drive thru windows and cookie cutter menus, swing by Cafe Korzo, kick back and get ready to savor every bite.
In 1999, St. Louis got its first taste of the European take on that growing American staple, the coffee house. Cafe Korzo – the first Bosnian cafe in St. Louis – found that it’s emphasis on precision and quality over speed and efficiency quickly made it a cult favorite of South City denizens.
And now, new owner and head chef, Nermin is taking that same old world approach to an expanded menu. As a third generation Bosnian chef, Nermin has lived and breathed authentic Bosnian fare his entire life. And he pours that passion into every delicacy he creates. From chevapi to crepes, Cafe Korzo has it, right here in the heart of South City.
6413 Hampton Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63109 map it
Mon - Fri from 9 am to 11 pm (kitchen 9 pm)
Sat - Sun from 8 am to 11pm (kitchen 10 pm)