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The downtown location of 6 North Café offers a full menu of lunch and breakfast items. Located at 701 Market Street in the Gateway One building, patrons can enter the ground floor café at the corner of Eighth and Chestnut streets. The locally owned 6 North features Kaldi's coffee and loose teas, as well as assorted pastries, bagels and breakfast sandwiches in the morning. Lunch options include hot and cold sandwiches, wraps, salads and daily soups. 6 North also sells fruit, coffee and tea, smoothies, and box lunches catering to downtown offices. Plenty of indoor seating is available offering an upscale coffeehouse ambiance, with additional outdoor tables and chairs along Chestnut Street for fair-weather dining.
To musicians, a breve is a double whole note; to coffee drinkers, as Café Breve's convenient coffee charts explain, a breve is an espresso shot and half-and-half topped with foam. Located in the AT&T Center at 909 Chestnut Street, breakfast and lunch diners can find their way into Café Breve at the building's entrance at Tenth and Pine streets. The local chain specializes in coffee drinks for the early-morning crowd but also offers full breakfast and lunch menus. In addition to scones, muffins and assorted pastries, Breve's breakfast options include bagels, croissants and ciabattas filled with eggs, meat and cheese. Their lunch items allow patrons to design their own sandwich or choose from their many grilled paninis, wraps and salads. The coffee they offer is Café Breve's own brand, with an array of flavors and roasts available daily. They also serve fruit smoothies and ice cream, for those interested in a quick sweet treat.
Located in Lafayette Square along Park Avenue just a few steps east of Lafayette Park, Park Avenue Coffee features a large selection of coffee and espresso drinks and St. Louis’s very own favorite dessert, gooey butter cake. The coffee all starts with locally roasted Chauvin Coffee beans and comes in a variety of drink options, including flavored mochas and lattes, a “Cubano” with raw sugar, or on ice as a caramel macchiato and Thai coffee with sweetened condensed milk. Park Avenue also serves blended frappicanos, teas and fruit smoothies with real fruit and nonfat yogurt. They offer a few bagels and other baked goods, but the real eats at Park Avenue begin and end with gooey butter cake, with more than 70 different flavors available for order, all beginning with eggs, butter, cream cheese and powdered sugar, and followed by several different fine-tuned flavors. Among the top-selling flavors Park Avenue offers are red velvet, white-chocolate blueberry and key lime, plus the original recipe, plain, old traditional cake. Cakes can be purchased in squares or by the whole cake, with the option to make it heart-shaped, if so desired.
Before visitors enter the fray of slots, lights, music and booze at Lumière Place, they can sit and sip a coffee or tea at Peet's Coffee & Tea tucked away on the side of the building that houses the casino and its accompanying restaurants. Part of the chain that originated in Berkeley, California, the Peet's at Lumière is the only one in Missouri. The coffee shop serves up an array of specialty coffees including lattes and mochas, as well as an extensive selection of teas.
This charming crêperie brings a little bit of Paris to downtown. Savory crêpes feature both the hearty ("German-style" sausages, bacon, roasted sirloin) and the delicate (Brie with roasted apples, egg with Gruyère). Fans of owner Dave Bailey's Lafayette Square hot spot Baileys' Chocolate Bar won't be surprised by the excellent sweet crêpes, from a simple lemon crêpe dusted with sugar to the indulgent "Peanut Butter Cup," which is even richer than its namesake. The menu also features soups, salads and sandwiches as well as Serendipity ice cream and Kaldi's coffee.
Technology services, computer repair, meeting and workspace, and food and drink are all to be found in the large Whiz Tech Café located downtown on Locust Street. Open for breakfast, lunch and for those who work late, Whiz Tech offers a full menu of appetizers, soups, salads and sandwiches, including chicken or beef nachos and the "techie" club with smoked turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato and garlic mayo. Larger fare includes flatbread pizzas and beef hot dogs. Whiz Tech also offers a full coffee menu, featuring lattes, cappuccinos and espressos all made with locally roasted Goshen coffee. Breakfast and desserts are also available in this 6,000-square-foot space with plenty of room for work or relaxation.
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