The charming and suburban Webster Groves community is known for its historic homes and hosts Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary. The community has what St. Louisans refer to as New Webster and Old Webster (though both are far from “new’) and both have an artful vibe and are scattered with eclectic restaurants, hip boutiques, and home decor shops. Amid the area’s tree-lined streets and historic homes are two hidden gems - the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis which stages Shakespeare and modern drama, and the Hawken House Museum, a mid-19th-century mansion with antique furnishings.
Today’s Webster Groves was an area known to Indians and fur trappers as Dry Ridge until around 1845. Prior to 1802, the land had changed the rule from French to Spanish and back to French. After the Louisiana Purchase in 1802, the Territory changed to American ownership
The Clover and the Bee - A light-filled, all-day locale serving fresh baked pastries and New American plates in a casual setting. My personal favorite for a midday pick-me-up coffee! 100 W. Lockwood Avenue, Webster Groves, MO 63119 - thecloverandthebee.com
Olive + Oak - Creative American classics and cocktails are featured in an indoor/outdoor intimate and warm atmosphere. 216 W. Lockwood Avenue, Webster Groves, MO 63119 - oliveandoakstl.com
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