Piper Palm House

Located in Tower Grove Park, the Piper Palm House serves as a venue for weddings, birthday parties and more in a classic setting with high ceilings and memorable architecture. True to its name, the grounds feature different types of palm trees as well as lily ponds amid detailed stone statues. On Sundays, patrons can enjoy the Piper Palm House for a meal with its brunch persona, Café Madeleine. A brunch buffet features everything from savories to sweets, extending outdoors into the scenic Stupp Plaza in warm weather.

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  • Festive Holiday Tea

    Thursdays. Continues through Dec. 27. Piper Palm House, Tower Grove Park, (4256 Magnolia Ave), St. Louis, 314-771-4410, http://www.towergrovepark.org.

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