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  • Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    910 Geyer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-1464 The neighborhood of Soulard needs its Coffee Garden. Besides being the area's only true coffeehouse, it's also one of the only places to have breakfast, and almost the only non-bar eatery where a non-bar, non-greasy, non-fried lunch can be had. Daybreak brings the usual assortment of bagels and muffins, plus a surprising array of omelettes and other full plates; lunch leans heavily toward juicy pressed sandwiches, accompanied by your choice of greens or fruit salad. An upstairs room that doubles as an art gallery and, as promised by the name, a lovely brick-lined garden out back makes Soulard Coffee Garden the kind of hangout that encourages lingering; you'll probably be late getting to wherever you're supposed to go next. More >>

  • Starbucks-Delmar Loop

    Starbucks-Delmar Loop

    6621 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-862-2664 Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in St. Louis and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the whaling ship from Moby Dick, the company didn’t begin chasing the Great White Whale of world java domination until the 1990s, by which time it was opening a new store every day. A turbulent economy has since forced it to retrench, but the chain remains a powerhouse both commercially and politically, thanks to its op-ed-penning chairman, Howard Schultz. A purveyor of whole foods, Starbucks typically farms out its secret recipes to a single, Starbucks-owned bakery in each city, and now sells a good deal of its coffee beans at grocery stores. Find any and all local locations on Voice Places. More >>

  • Stone Spiral

    Stone Spiral

    2500 Sutton Blvd. Maplewood, MO 63143
    314-335-7388 Quaint Maplewood coffee shop Stone Spiral The small menu includes coffeee, lattes and slushies with food options such as pie, hummus and a variety of flat breads. The usual suspects appear as toppings for the flat breads or, for a change of pace, try the "Elvis" - peanut butter, banana and honey. Patrons can also cozy up with a book from Stone Spiral's free lending library while they get their caffeine fix. More >>

  • Typo Café

    3159 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Urban Eats Cafe & Bakery

    Urban Eats Cafe & Bakery

    3301 Meramec St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-558-7580 Community hub Urban Eats is a stylish coffeehouse and eatery smack in the middle of Meramec, Dutchtown's version of a main drag. The place is clean and bright, and staffed by amiable baristas. Urban Eats recently doubled their square footage and expanded their offerings to include a full bar and juice bar, in addition to coffee, local art and choose-your-own-adventure sandwiches and wraps. The space doubles as the Urban Arts Collective, which promotes local artists and offers them a chance to show their work at Urban Eats' free gallery. More >>

  • Washington Avenue Post

    Washington Avenue Post

    1312 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-588-0545 What exactly is Washington Avenue Post? Is it a post office? Or a coffee house? Could it be a corner store? Or is it a copy shop? The answer is yes, it is all of those. Except for the post office, Washington Avenue Post is not actually a post office, but it does offer smoothies, printing and faxing, double mocha espressos, paper towels, crêpes, spices and milk shakes. This more-than-a-coffee-shop has a full deli menu with fresh-made sandwiches such as their hot pastrami on a pretzel roll and a seafood panini with shrimp, crab, green onions and cheese on white bread. Their general store offers sundry odds and ends to keep local residents from having to ask their neighbor for a cup of sugar or a box of crackers. Washington Avenue Post is open early seven days a week, selling coffee, smoothies and protein shakes with different fruits, including orange-banana, Georgia peach and mixed berry, for downtown movers and shakers. More >>

  • Wired Coffee

    Wired Coffee

    3860 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63127
    314-843-8383 Located deep inside a Sunset Hills strip mall along Lindbergh Boulevard, Wired Coffee lives up to its name serving high-octane coffee in a bright and vibrant atmosphere. Its beverages begin with Wired's own selected and roasted beans, available in several different blends and varieties. The drink menu features a wide selection of hot and cold coffee drinks, boasting styles that range from sweet and creamy to decadent and crunchy with toffee or cookie toppings. Wired also offers a selection of teas, fruit smoothies and Italian sodas. In addition to beverages, Wired scoops out hand-crafted gelato with a dozen different flavors always available, including pistachio, tiramisu and cappuccino. Other desserts available include scones, biscotti and cookies. Wired also offers a full breakfast and lunch menu with grilled paninis and wraps made fresh to order. More >>

  • The Wolf Public House

    The Wolf Public House

    15480 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-527-7027 Lone Wolf is much larger than an average coffee house. In fact, it feels more like a lodge than a coffee shop, with its outdoorsy décor. The menu also steps above the coffee-shop template, with gourmet sandwiches, soups, salads, daily specials and a grilled cheese du jour alongside the standard muffins and scones. Lone Wolf also serves beer and wine in addition to its lattes and espressos. More >>

  • The World Cafe

    5001 Mardel Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109

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