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d e m u n + f o r e s t pa r k : Arts, Shopping & Dining

vo l . 3

Summer 2019

no. 4


guided:

Saint Louis

For more than 16 years, ALIVE has celebrated the makers, entrepreneurs and artists in St. Louis. GUIDED is a local, neighborhood-focused series showcasing shopping, dining, e d u c a t i o n a n d c u l t u r a l e x p e r i e n c e s i n a n e i g h b o r h o o d o f b e a u t y a n d c h a r a c t e r. R e a d e r s have the benefit of insider knowledge in the search for creatives who are making the city a d e s t i n a t i o n p o i n t f o r i n n o v a t i o n , c r e a t i v e c o u r a g e a n d o r i g i n a l i t y.

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Wander the grounds and galleries and explore where the past meets the present. Then grab a cold brew and hear from an engaging panel that includes staff and historians from the Missouri Historical Society and Randy Vines, City of St. Louis Preservation Board Member and Next City Vanguard.

SEPT 19 · 6:00 – 8:00 PM · 1315 CHESTNUT STREET

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MISSOURI HISTORY MUSEUM

The BRIDGE

Latinx artists talk culture and creativity Influenced by the Missouri History Museum’s exhibit Flores

+ Panel Discussion

Mexicanas: A Lindbergh Love Story showcasing the massive work

+ Exhibit Access

by renowned Mexican artist Alfredo Ramos Martínez, The Bridge

+ Local Art & Activities

brings together voices and perspectives of local Latinx creatives,

+ Informational Booths

artists and community leaders in St. Louis.

+ Light Food & Drink

Presented by:


Entering

D E M U N + F O R E S T PA R K


7118 OAKLAND AVE.

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parker’s table By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser

“Focus” and “passion” are two of the best

wine selection has great depth for those who

words to describe this independent shop that

really know their varietals and vintages, but

sells artisan food, wine and spirits. In more

i t ’s a l s o a c c e s s i b l e e n o u g h t o b e a q u i c k s t o p

t h a n t w o d e c a d e s o f r u n n i n g P a r k e r ’s Ta b l e ,

on the way to a dinner party or quiet night at

owner Jonathan Parker has honed his sense

h o m e . T h e r e ’s a w a l l p a c k e d w i t h b e e r f r o m a l l

o f p l a c e a n d p u r p o s e . H e ’s a l s o c u l t i v a t e d

corners of the world, including St. Louis, and

colleagues who share his vision, which makes

an entire section of surprisingly diverse spirits.

every shopping trip to this one-of-a-kind market both a learning experience and a true delight.

With

an

expansion

last

y e a r,

the

shop

was able to add an 80-seat tasting room,

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A m o n g i t s f o o d o f f e r i n g s , P a r k e r ’s Ta b l e h a s

which regularly hosts special events. And

quality packaged goods—pantry staples such

a year before that a new kitchen made it

a s s a l t , o i l , v i n e g a r, c o n d i m e n t s , p a s t a , s n a c k s

possible to bake fresh bread, which in turn

and sauces—and a deli with carefully selected

allows for lunch service, with meats from

cheeses and meats from around the world. The

S a l u m e B e d d u , M o n d a y t h r o u g h S a t u r d a y.

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salume beddu T he artisan producers of Salume Beddu take great pride in their handmade, Italian-style cured meats, sold online and in the shop at Parker’s Table. 7 1 1 8 O A K L A N D AV E . 314.942.6300

dot dot dash T he soft, casual clothing from this boutique fits busy women’s lifestyles in a perfect pairing of style and comfort.

7 3 6 D E M U N AV E . 314.862.1962

The brass alligator Finding just the right piece of vintage or antique fur niture, je welr y, book or record is nearly a guarantee among this shop’s curated collectibles.

6 4 0 3 C L AY T O N R O A D 314.300.6666 NO. 4

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314.300.8188

louie By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser

Longtime St. Louis restaurateur Matt McGuire

hummus or charred eggplant dip? Pizza

could probably fill a warehouse-sized venue

Margherita or pizza with salsiccia and roasted

every night, but instead he chooses to

fennel? Roasted chicken or pork chops?

operate an intimate space in DeMun where

Polenta or sweet potato ravioli? Consider

p a s t a a n d p i z z a r u l e . I t ’s w o r t h c a l l i n g a h e a d

ordering an appetizer platter of prosciutto

for reservations at Louie—this isn’t just any

while you debate the options.

old Italian fare. In fact, the executive chef, S e a n Tu r n e r, h a s w o n n a t i o n a l f a m e f o r h i s

The

pasta prowess and will be competing on an

r e f l e c t e d i n t h e d é c o r, w i t h w o o d a n d e x p o s e d

e s t a b l i s h m e n t ’s

simplicity

is

also

international level this fall.

metal all around. The most eye-catching decorations are a wide swath of wallpaper

The

menu

is

notably

simple

and

and a beautiful array of wine bottles behind

straightforward, with barely a dozen dishes

t h e b a r. I t t a k e s a g r e a t d e a l o f c o n f i d e n c e

for lunch and no more than double that for

to go out into the world so unadorned, but

d i n n e r. P a r a d o x i c a l l y, t h a t d o e s n ’ t m a k e

Louie pulls it off with hospitality and grace.

o r d e r i n g a w h o l e l o t e a s i e r. W h i t e b e a n

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boundary Comfort comes in many for ms at The Cheshire’s main restaurant, from classic meat-and-potatoes menu favorites to luxurious leather couches near the bar. 7 0 3 6 C L AY T O N A V E . 314.932.7818

panorama T he

Saint

Louis

Art

Museum’s

full-ser vice eater y features seasonal ing redients with French and Italian influences for lunch and br unch. 1 FINE ARTS DRIVE 314.655.5490

Barrio Its name means “neighborhood” in Spanish, and this Latin-inspired restaurant and bar lives up to it, with abundant small plates, tequilas and mezcals. 7 4 0 D E M U N AV E . 314.725.0322 NO. 4

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1 T H E AT R E D R I V E

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The muny By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser

The Municipal Theatre Association—better

transported to another time and place, and

known

introduced

the 2019 season takes audiences to colonial

generations of St. Louisans to musical

America, the California gold rush, a storybook

t h e a t e r. N e a r l y e v e r y n i g h t f o r t w o m o n t h s

castle, a small Southern town, a British

e a c h s u m m e r, a u d i e n c e s f i l l t h e 1 1 , 0 0 0 - s e a t

f a c t o r y, g a n g s t e r - e r a N e w Yo r k C i t y a n d a

amphitheater (1,500 of them free to those

dismal boarding school that unexpectedly

who claim them first) in the heart of Forest

proves to be quite an inspiration.

as

The

Muny—has

P a r k . B y T h e M u n y ’s o w n e s t i m a t e s , m o r e than 55 million people have seen its shows,

The

in a tradition that dates back 101 seasons.

professionals who travel in from other cities

actors—ranging

from

talented

to local youth who navigate the rigorous

12

Its first production—“Robin Hood” on June

audition process to become a Muny Kid or

16, 1919—set the precedent for grandeur and

M u n y Te e n — o v e r c o m e a l l t h e u s u a l h u r d l e s o f

p a g e a n t r y ; t h e M u n y ’s m o d e r n - d a y c r e a t i v e

a live production, plus the unique challenge

team and stage crew consistently raise the

of performing outdoors in the St. Louis

bar with remarkable sets and music. One

summer heat. Their dedication alone is worth

of the delights of musical theater is being

a s t a n d i n g o v a t i o n a t t h e e n d o f e v e r y s h o w.

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Saint Louis art museum The collections of original works from five millennia housed at SLAM range from mummies to paintings and textiles to electronics. 1 FINE ARTS DRIVE 314.721.0072

Missouri history museum With per manent displays, rotating exhibitions and impressive festivals, the free museum is a powerhouse of local and state infor mation. 5 7 0 0 L I N D E L L B LV D . 314.746.4599

shakespeare festival Saint Louis T he outdoor stage in Forest Park’s Shakespeare Glen is synonymous with this arts organization, thanks to its annual summer productions. 6604 FINE ARTS DRIVE 314.531.9800 NO. 4

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basso By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser The bar—really more of a sculpture made from metal and reclaimed barn wood—immediately draws the eye of customers when they descend the curved staircase into the basement of The Cheshire. The hotel complex offers several dining options, but this is arguably the most fun, especially a t h a p p y h o u r, w h e n t h e 1 5 0 s e a t s ( 4 0 o f t h e m around that massive bar) fill with a convivial crowd. Some come for the 32 beers on tap, some for the sports and others for the menu from The C h e s h i r e ’s c u l i n a r y t e a m , w h i c h a l s o o v e r s e e s t h e u p s t a i r s f i n e d i n i n g r e s t a u r a n t , B o u n d a r y. B a s s o ’s I t a l i a n g a s t r o p u b t h e m e m e a n s t h e r e ’s plenty of pasta on the menu, and the team e n s u r e s t h a t i t ’s n o t j u s t a p l a t e o f n o o d l e s . T h e tortellini are filled with chicken and prosciutto; the spaghetti sauce is flecked with pork jowl; the gnocchi are light and delicate in their pesto sauce. Even the happy hour bar snacks (shishito peppers, m e a t b a l l s , t r u f f l e f r i e s ) h a v e a d e c i d e d I t a l i a n f l a i r. In keeping with the theme, the wines are Italian too—approachable

varieties

one

might

sit

around drinking all evening with friends, without breaking the bank. The beers, on the other hand, are nearly all from the middle of America, with a heavy focus on craft brews, but nonetheless perfect for washing down a wood-fired pizza. 7 0 3 6 C L AY T O N AV E .

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SASHA’S Wine Bar For a first date, after-work drinks, girls’ night out or solo glass of wine with dinner, Sasha’s ambiance fits the bill. 7 0 6 D E M U N AV E . 314.863.7274

The fox & hounds tavern Relax in a pub where the décor, the food and the Scotch whisky all fuel the fantasy of spending a snug evening in England. 6 3 0 0 C L AY T O N R O A D 314.647.7300

The boathouse Grab a classic American lunch, dinner or weekend br unch at the waterside restaurant, then explore the lake by human-powered watercraft. 6101 GOVERNMENT DRIVE 314.366.1555 NO. 4

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kaldi’s coffee

Roasting Co. By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser

Tw e n t y - f i v e y e a r s a g o , t h i s s u s t a i n a b l e c o f f e e roaster opened its first location at this DeMun c o r n e r. N o w i t s c o f f e e s a r e w i d e l y s o l d t h r o u g h o u t the St. Louis region, and its cafés can be found in other Missouri cities (Columbia and Kansas City), as well as Atlanta. On the wholesale side, its expertise extends from selling coffees and teas to consulting on equipment and floor plans. It a l s o s h i p s c o f f e e t o c u s t o m e r s a c r o s s t h e c o u n t r y. T h e e n t h u s i a s t i c c l i e n t e l e m a y j u s t b e o v e rc a f f e i n a t e d , b u t m o r e l i k e l y t h e y ’ r e d r a w n t o K a l d i ’s v a l u e s a n d p h i l o s o p h y. F a i r t r a d e , s u s t a i n a b l e f a r m i n g p r a c t i c e s a n d o n g o i n g , h a r m o n i o u s re l a t i o n s h i p s a re all central to its business model—and of course i t d o e s n ’t s e l l a n y t h i n g t h a t d o e s n ’t t a s t e g re a t . On the café side, all of this means that whether you’re drinking a traditional cup, an espresso, a nitro cold brew or any other permutation of c o f f e e , y o u r b e v e r a g e ’s f l a v o r w i l l b e t o p - n o t c h . The all-vegetarian food menu is packed with plant proteins, fresh vegetables and fruit, while the bakery display case can melt even the strongest w i l l p o w e r. T h e D e M u n c a f é ’s p a r k - s i d e l o c a t i o n g i v e s it a laid-back feel that makes it hard to imagine this is the origin of a growing coffee empire. 700 DEMUN AVE.

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seedz cafÉ T his cozy café’s plant-based menu covers all the bases, from soups and sandwiches to smoothies and sweets—and don’t miss its market, Seedz Provisions. 6 3 4 4 S . R O S E B U R Y AV E . 314.725.7333

carl’s deli Carl’s pastrami is le gendar y, and you’ ll want to savor it piled into an overstuffed sandwich at this no-frills, NYC-style deli. 6 4 0 1 C L AY T O N R O A D 314.721.2393

hi-pointe Drive-In Part classic burger joint, part culinary mash-up (grilled cheese tacos, anyone?), the only thing this eccentric eatery doesn’t offer is a drive-thru. 1 0 3 3 M C C A U S L A N D AV E . 314.349.2720 NO. 4

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saint louis zoo By: Amy De La Hunt Photog raphy: Car men Troesser

Here are three simple reasons the Saint Louis

pair of Mandarin ducks and four Canada geese

Z o o i s o n e o f t h e c i t y ’s ( a n d t h e c o u n t r y ’s )

to be its first inhabitants. From this humble

favorite attractions: 90 acres of exploration

beginning, the zoo has grown to more than

a n d d i s c o v e r y, 6 0 0 s p e c i e s o f a n i m a l s , $ 0

16,000 residents and become a worldwide

a d m i s s i o n f e e . T h e z o o ’s s i x z o n e s — R i v e r ’s

l e a d e r i n a n i m a l h u s b a n d r y, p a r t i c i p a t i n g

Edge, Historic Hill, Red Rocks, Lakeside

in many research projects and carefully

Crossing, Discovery Corner and The Wild—

studying everything from reproduction and

all focus on different types of animals and

nutrition to species survival.

experiences, and several of them have their own eateries and adventure areas (some of

Repeat visitors know that no two visits to the

which require an additional paid ticket or

zoo are ever the same. New babies are born.

fee).

Seasons turn. Special events take center stage. And for those who simply can’t get

The zoo is one of the many benefits St.

enough, there are educational opportunities

L o u i s g a i n e d a f t e r t h e 1 9 0 4 W o r l d ’s F a i r. T h e

such as behind-the-scenes tours, summer

city paid $3,500 for the walk-through flight

programs, overnight campouts and even

cage that had been commissioned by the

t h e c h a n c e t o b e a t r a i n e n g i n e e r f o r a d a y.

Smithsonian Institution. It also purchased a

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how sweet is this The “Itsy Bitsy Candy Shoppe” specializes in bulk candy, gourmet chocolates and treats from bygone eras, alongside shaved ice during the summer. 8 0 4 D E M U N AV E . 314.721.9600

clementine’s naughty and nice creamery All-natural ing redients are combined by hand to produce this decadent, small batch ice cream—also sold at two other St. Louis city locations. 7 3 0 D E M U N AV E . 314.858.6100

variety wonderland Playground Its state-of-the-art design and accessible features make this playground a funfilled destination for children of all ages and abilities. 5601 GRAND DRIVE 314.367.7275 NO. 4

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A n e s c a p e i n t h e h e a r t o f S t . L o u i s , t h i s Tu d o r- s t y l e h o t e l i s a

Forsyth

charming getaway for locals and an elegant home for visitors,

elementary

offering a little bit of Europe in the park. Guest rooms are

L o c a t e d n e x t d o o r t o Wa s h i n g t o n U n i v e r s i t y a n d a c r o s s t h e

named for famous British authors and their works, and suites

street from Forest Park in the Wydown-Forsyth Historic District,

are decorated to evoke a bygone era. On-site restaurants

Forsyth School offers an unforgettable experience on a one-

include the cozy Fox & Hounds pub; Basso for playful Italian;

of-a-kind campus with classrooms in six repurposed historic

B o u n d a r y, w i t h l o c a l l y g r o w n a n d r a i s e d s p e c i a l t i e s ; a n d

homes. Forsyth is a place where personal best counts—in the

t h e w o r l d ’s c u t e s t S t a r b u c k s . T h e C h e s h i r e i s w i t h i n w a l k i n g

classroom, on the field, on the stage and on the high ropes

distance of Forest Park, or guests can borrow a hotel bike to

c o u r s e i n t h e A d v e n t u r e C e n t e r. T h e c h a l l e n g i n g a n d e n g a g i n g

ride around St. Louis’ big backyard.

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