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Riverfront Times

Readers Choose Cherokee for Best of St. Louis 2019

Riverfront Times readers have spoken. In the Best of St. Louis 2019 Readers Poll, Cherokee Street businesses won best coffee house, garden center, gift shop, fast food, burger and more.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Travel the world to shop and eat on South Grand and Cherokee Street

“Where to shop and eat around the world without leaving St. Louis? South Grand Boulevard and Cherokee Street, where you can easily pick up one-of-a-kind gifts while ingesting some culture. South Grand’s restaurants cover 14 countries, and Cherokee Street has the largest concentration of Latino-owned businesses in St. Louis.”

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Stock up on holiday spirit at winter carnivals, festivals and family events

“Shop one of largest print sales in the Midwest, featuring the work of more than 100 local and regional artists. While you’re there, participate in the 36th annual Cookie Spree on antique row, where guests can enjoy cookies, cider, a petting zoo, live music, pictures with Santa and more.”

St. Louis Business Journal

Angel Boutique thrift shop relocates to Jefferson

“Angel Boutique Resale Shop has moved to space in a new facility operated by its parent nonprofit, Guardian Angel Settlement Association.The new space will allow the store to offer double the merchandise, officials said.”

Riverfront Times

How Does St. Louis’ All-You-Can-Drink Bar Measure Up? 

"I set myself out to get to the bottom of things in regard to St. Louis' most hotly contested new bar, purchasing a block of three hours (the most you can buy at once) on Open Concept's website with the express goal of seeing just how much alcohol I could shovel down my gullet for $30.What follows is a complete detailing of my efforts."

KMOV

Open Concept: New South City bar charges for the hour not the drink

“There’s a new bar in South City that charges by the hour, not the drink. Open Concept is set to open Friday on Cherokee street and it’s concept is similar to an open bar.”

St. Louis Business Journal

St. Louis Character: Meet the twins who built a big business from a small T-shirt shop

“Jeff and Randy Vines started making sassy St. Louis-themed T-shirts as a hobby in 2001 after graduating from college... Today STL-Style has hundreds of corporate clients, including the Saint Louis Brewery, the St. Louis Cardinals and Blues, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, City Museum and Washington University. Gross sales are heading in the direction of $1 million, with tens of thousands of dollars donated by the Vines brothers to civic organizations and nonprofits.”

Sauce Magazine

Review: Morning Glory Diner on Cherokee Street

“The Morning Glory Diner at 2609 Cherokee St., is the kind of back-to-basics, hash-slinging joint reminiscent of a time before upscale comfort food became an overhyped, overpriced commodity. The straightforward menu board, which hangs over the open kitchen and long wooden luncheonette counter of the former Vista Ramen, touts classic lunch items that are as casual and simple as the space itself.”

Sauce Magazine

First Look: Mac’s Local Eats and Bluewood Brewing on Cherokee Street

“Burger fans, the wait is over. Mac’s Local Eats is now slinging its famous smash burgers at 1821 Cherokee St. in Benton Park, sharing the space with the city’s latest brewery, Bluewood Brewing. Doors opened on Wednesday, Sept. 18.”

St. Louis Public Radio

Cherokee Street's Western Wear Night Draws Out St. Louis' Inner Cowboy Fashionistas

“John Joern, the co-owner of the Whiskey Ring, has watched Western Wear Night quickly grow into quite the bonanza at his Cherokee Street establishment. It all started less than a year ago with what he describes as “band practice” — local musician Ryan Koenig regularly bringing collaborators to the Whiskey Ring for live entertainment.With more and more St. Louisans joining in on the shenanigans, Western Wear Night has become a regular third-Tuesday-of-the-month festivity....”

Food & Wine

St. Louis's Favorite Processed Cheese Is Now an Ice Pop

“A couple of Sundays ago, the St. Louis-based "artisan ice pops since 2012" brand Poptimism by Whisk unleashed a Provel popsicle on the world. And by the world, I mean, St, Louis… possibly because no other city would take it.”

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Cherokee Street
Community Improvement District

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved

3407 S. Jefferson, Suite 515
St. Louis, MO 63118

Cherokee Street
Community Improvement District

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved

3407 S. Jefferson, Suite 515
St. Louis, MO 63118

Cherokee Street
Community Improvement District

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved

3407 S. Jefferson, Suite 515
St. Louis, MO 63118

Cherokee Street
Community Improvement District

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved

3407 S. Jefferson, Suite 515
St. Louis, MO 63118

Cherokee Street
Community Improvement District

Copyright © 2019 All Rights Reserved

3407 S. Jefferson, Suite 515
St. Louis, MO 63118

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