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Water Street Cafe and Cocktail Bar 

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The wine list focuses on vintages from the past few years, mainly domestic, with some Italian reds and French whites. Most bottles fall into the $30 to $50 range. For those looking to spend about that much but try a slightly more intriguing wine, Water Street also offers a selection of half-bottles, a welcome touch. Click here to continue reading Ian Froeb's review of Water Street Cafe and Cocktail Bar. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
Water Street Cafe and Cocktail Bar
7268 Manchester Road Maplewood, MO 63143
Maplewood
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Water Street on the Maplewood strip combines modern decor with mid-century modern touches.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
Owner Gabe Kveton with his sister (and chef) Maria Kveton.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
Small plate/ Appetizer, Cucumber is served with gorgonzola mousse and pancetta.
Another small plate/ appetizer is the pate with pistachios.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
Small plate/ appetizer is the Caesar bruschetta.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
The beer brisket sandwich is served with coleslaw and citrus potato salad.
The light fixtures at Water Street.
From the large plate/ entree menu is the polenta, which is served with sautéed mushrooms, spinach and parmesan.
The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.
Gabe and Maria Kveton, fans of antique shopping, incorporate many of their finds into the restaurants service pieces.
Gabe and Maria Kveton, fans of antique shopping, incorporate many of their finds into the restaurants service pieces.
Owner of Water Street, Gabe Kveton behind the bar.
Gabe pouring the Hemingway Daiquiri, which is rum, maraschino liqueur, lime and grapefruit.
The Hemingway Daiquiri is rum, maraschino liqueur, lime and grapefruit.
From the vintage cocktail menu, The Communist is gin, orange, cherry brandy and lemon.
For dessert, the mixed berry almond tart, which is available warm or chilled and a la mode.
For dessert, the mixed berry almond tart, which is available warm or chilled and a la mode.
The tahitian vanilla bean ice cream.
Also on the dessert menu is tahitian vanilla bean ice cream available plain, with chocolate sauce, espresso or, as shown here, with dark beer.
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The simple decor at Water Street combines modern simplicity with a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic.

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