Collected by Kris Finley
4605 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA
Café Osage, in the Central West End, serves breakfast and lunch seven days in a rehabbed warehouse within the Bowood Farms Nursery. Most vegetables and herbs are grown on-site. The building is home to both the café and a nice shop of...
165 Carondelet Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63105, USA
Lusso is just a few doors down from Kaldi's in The Crescent of Clayton & they accurately describe themselves as a hip lifestyle store tucked away in Clayton ... an emporium, a mercantile, and the world's smallest department store. I find great...
360 N Boyle Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA
This is where to go for fried chicken, but there is much more. The selection of southern breads is fantastic. Try the corn bread made with honey. Or just order the breadbasket and sample the whole assortment. The drinks are worth a trip too. I...
1634 Tower Grove Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110, USA
“The spirits list at Olio in St. Louis is incredible," says Ted Kilgore, bartender and owner of Planter's House, St. Louis. "The barman doesn’t get too fussy. He makes lesser-known, seasonally driven classic cocktails priced around $10 and uses a...
8829 Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO 63144, USA
Originally a neighborhood butcher shop, Baumann's is now a full-service purveyor of fine meats and specialty products. Yes, their meats are to die for, but if you're from out-of-town, you'll want to get some terrific and unique Missouri souvenirs...
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