While at this store, I read a wonderful tale about the history of aprons. This story truly moved me and brought a tear to my eye. It persuade me to purchase an apron of my own which I use daily. This store has changed my life, and the way I cook.
This was one of my favorite shops to visit while in St. Charles. I cannot wait to return next August! Friendly staff and more choices than you know what to do with. I can't wait to try out all of the items I purchased. The prices were very reasonable and alot more value for your money than buying spices at the grocery store.
A wide selection of nautical and cabin accessories are available at this store that also carries American and Colonial reproduction
furniture, potpourri, candles, and Shaker and Colonial boxes.
Bistro 1130, located in Town & Country Crossing at Clayton and Woodsmill, provides a intimate and cozy dining atmosphere. The
Bistro Chef features French cuisine from all over the south of France, incorporating distinct flavors and ingredients such as ...
Tower Grove House, the country home of 19th century St. Louis merchant Henry Shaw, was built in 1849 on the
grounds of his estate, which by 1857 he would open to the public as the Missouri Botanical Garden . ...
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