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Chauvin Coffee Company is a coffee roasting company based in South City.
Located at Forsyth and Lindell boulevards, Colleen's Cookies specializes in sweets, including brownies, muffins, whoopee pies and of course, cookies - lots and lots of cookies. At the bake shop, customers can indulge their sweet tooth with a taste of any of the cookies on display, but the heart and soul of the company is its special-order business. Colleen's offers cookies and sweets for any occasion, with many available designs for parties, corporate gifts and special events. Customers can also work with the bakery to create their own customized designs for a unique cookie experience. Colleen's Cookies is open every day but Sunday.
Pick-your-own-fruit orchard with tours, restaurant and family-friendly activities.
The Farmers' Larder sells meat products at the Ferguson, Maplewood, Tower Grove and Wesbter Groves Farmers' Markets.
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.
Brian Pelletier, owner and chief chocolatier at Kakao Chocolate left his career in the corporate world after twenty years to focus on his passion: chocolate. Since 2008, he has been sharing this passion with his patrons. Using all-natural ingredients, Kakao's selection of sweets includes chocolate bark, a variety of bars with different chocolate blends and seasonal offerings such as rose petal in the spring, which is spun from red rooibos tea and rose petals, dipped in milk chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate, and eggnog at Christmastime - white chocolate with rum, bourbon and nutmeg. Kakao also sells gift boxes of its treats.
Brian Pelletier, owner and chief chocolatier at Kakao Chocolate left his career in the corporate world after twenty years to focus on his passion: chocolate. Since 2008, he has been sharing this passion with his patrons. Using all-natural ingredients, Kakao's selection of sweets includes chocolate bark, a variety of bars with different chocolate blends and seasonal offerings such as rose petal in the spring, which is spun from red rooibos tea and rose petals, dipped in milk chocolate and drizzled with white chocolate, and eggnog at Christmastime – white chocolate with rum, bourbon and nutmeg. Kakao also sells gift boxes of its treats.
A liquor store that serves tacos? A taqueria that sells booze? However you describe La Tejana, you're likely to throw in such adjectives as "favorite" and "best." The food is that good. The menu, handwritten and taped to the wall, is basic: tacos, tortas and a few platters with meat, rice and refried beans. Try the tacos campechanos, a mixture of steak and chorizo, and the brawny, porcine tacos al pastor. The highlight is the weekend preparation of carnitas, crisp on the outside, tender inside, and outrageously flavorful.
With a history dating back to 1955, the Manzo family has been stuffing St. Louis with sausage for generations. Manzo's serves deli sandwiches hot and cold, meats, imported cheeses and olives, and of course, sausage. Paul and Pete Manzo make and serve their sausage, or to put it in more accurate terms, St. Louis' own salsiccia. Open for lunch Tuesday through Saturday, this Soha meat market dishes up their own Italian sausage made in-house in a variety of savory and changing flavors, such as tomato and parmesan or pistachio. Diners can order the Manzo brothers' classic salsiccia parmigiana, a housemade grilled Italian sausage served on an eight-inch French bread roll topped with marinara and mozzarella, or get it "naked" with just meat and bread. Cold sandwiches include the "Manzo Special," fresh bread stuffed with a pile of salami cotto, Polish ham, roast beef and Provel dressed with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and mayo or mustard.
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