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  • Gelateria Del Leone

    Gelateria Del Leone

    3197 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-776-3500 Located among the bustling restaurant scene on South Grand Boulevard, Gelateria del Leone serves up their frozen Italian treat in flavors to suit any sweet tooth. Classics include strawberry and pistachio, and Gelateria del Leone spices things up with more exotic flavors such as tiramisu and bacio, which combines chocolate and hazelnut -- each made with ingredients straight from Italy. Guests can wash their gelato down with a selection from Gelateria's hot and cold beverage selections including espressos, smoothies and frappes. More >>

  • Gelateria Tavolini

    Gelateria Tavolini

    1327 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-621-8838 No need to pond-jump to Florence for a taste of frozen dairy at its finest; Chris and Dana Sherman made the trip for you. A vacation to Italy planted the seeds for this gelato shop, a welcome addition to the Wash. Ave. streetscape. Gelato flavors -- about a dozen, showcased in glass-paned coolers in luscious heaps -- include bacio (chocolate hazelnut), tiramisu and zabaglione. If you need to lay a foundation for dessert, Gelateria offers a selection of panini-style sandwiches. More >>

  • The Gelateria

    3197 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118-1022

  • Gloria Jean's Coffee Bean

    291 Chesterfield Mall Chesterfield, MO 63017-4810

  • Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffees

    2073 St. Louis Galleria Richmond Heights, MO 63117-1160

  • Grove East Provisions

    Grove East Provisions

    3101 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63118

    When Barry Kinder was living in London, he frequented the neighborhood corner stores, stopping in daily to pick up some groceries for dinner, a bottle of wine or a cup of soup. He came to rely on these little bodegas, but when he moved back to St. Louis, he noticed a dearth of them throughout the city, especially in his Tower Grove East neighborhood. He opened Grove East Provisions to fill this void. The small shop is part grocery, part cafe with a small selections of sandwiches and soups. Kinder’s goal is to do classic items as well as he can, using freshly baked bread, quality meats and fresh produce. Highlights include an excellent club sandwich with house-smoked turkey, ham, bacon and garlicky aioli. The meatloaf melt is a hearty meal between two slices of bread, and his homemade chicken noodle soup is reason enough to stop in. As an added bonus, Red Fox Baking & Catering, one of the city’s best bakeries, shares the kitchen with Kinder. He uses its breads for all of the sandwiches and sells their baked goods in the grocery section of the store. More >>