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The Writing is on the Wall: The Shack Breakfast & Lunch is a hit!

The Writing is on the Wall: The Shack Breakfast & Lunch is a hit!

The Shack in Frontenac, MO – Breakfast & Lunch

FRONTENAC, MO/August 19, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) The Shack in Frontenac dazzles the pallet with intriguing dishes spiced with humor.  Plan on arriving a little early and before the stomach growling so you can enjoy scanning the menu where you’ll find amusing names such as the Witness Protection™omelet (avocado, mozzarella & tomato); the Gringo Killer™ Skillet (chorizo, onion, bell peppers, green chili salsa & Shack cheese); or the If Tim & Biebs Went to Prison Skillet (fried chicken breast on a biscuit smothered in gravy, sharp cheddar cheese & green onions) and Plates such as Ma…The Meatloaf (bacon-wrapped meatloaf stuffed with onions & peppers served over crispy hash browns & topped with homemade gravy and two sunny side eggs), or the Love Me Now Hate Me Later™ (breakfast burrito stuffed with scrambled eggs, tater tots, crushed Fritos & cheddar cheese nestled on a bed of chili smothered with Shack cheese and topped with green onion); or the Why The French Hate Us™ (Toasted Croissant stuffed with two sausage links, scrambled eggs, covered in Shack gravy and cheddar cheese); or the Do It Yourself Meg Ryan; or the Up The River Without a Paddle (Smoked salmon, thick cut bacon, lettuce, tomato & peppercorn aioli on a brioche bun); or the Cease & Desist (1/4 seared double stack burger, shredded lettuce, peppercorn aioli, bacon jam, white cheddar, tomato and red onion); or the Ta-Ta Tacos* (beer-battered panko-breaded tilapia, cabbage, salsa fresca, queso blanco, and avocado spread; and many more. * – Note: For each taco order sold, one dollar is donated to the TaTa Sisterhood organization, which provides financial and motivational support for women battling triple negative breast cancer.

There’s plenty of sweet love at the Shack Griddle with a variety of Belgian Waffles, Pancakes such as The King Lives (chocolate chips, bacon, banana & peanut butter drizzle); and French Toast Brioche such as the Merica (strawberries, blueberries, marscapoe honey glaze topped with whipped cream and powered sugar).

If you like your sandwiches hard pressed, you might enjoy a Panini, which they have several such as the Rubin, or Turkey Foccaia, and the Wicked Good Turkey to name a few.  Sides include Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Pot Tots, Fries, Homemade Chips, and more.

The Shack salads are huge and big enough for sharing.  Among their savory dressings, their white balsamic vinaigrette stands out and is absolutely fabulous.  For those sustaining healthier habits there are options such as egg white omelets, skillets, Avocado Focaccia, Granola & Fruit Parfaits, Fresh Fruit and more.

The Shack also specializes in Gluten Free cuisine with dedicated skillets and fryers when preparing all gluten free meals. The GF Menu includes omelets, skillets, pancakes (YES pancakes), chicken Strips & Buffalo chicken (breaded in-house with wheat free flour); a variety of Sammies served on gluten-free buns such as the S.O.B (chicken, bacon, tomato, jalapenos, avocado spread and pepper jack cheese), a Philly, and the Caprese to name a few. And don’t forget the yummy smoothies (which are non-fat and gluten free) such as “UR My Boy Blue (blueberry), Billy Bob’s Straw (strawberry) and Gone ‘Biebs” (banana).

As you’ll note during your visit, The Shack’s witty theme is tied into every aspect of the dining experience. The hipster barn vibe with re-purposed wood throughout, most of which are sharpie decorated with colorful autographs by happy patrons enhances the fun mood for enjoying breakfast or lunch with family, friends, colleagues, a date or perhaps a morning cocktail with a quick bite at the bar. Will that be a mimosa with your breakfast? Or how about one of these clever concoctions: Good Mooning (Blue moon, Amsterdam Peach, St. Germain, cranberry & orange juice) or a Meaty Mary (Zing Zang Tomato juice, Cucumber Vodka, Shack-seasoned rim bacon, cheese, that comes with a Beef Jerky Straw), or perhaps one of the Shack’s Cereal Killer Boozie Shakes such as: I Do What I Want (Coco puffs, Yogurt, Bailey’s & Frangelico), or Not That There’s Anything Wrong with That (Yogurt, Loopy Vodka, Froot Loops, strawberries & blueberries), and others to kick up the party.

The Shack is managed by the OG Hospitality Group (which also manages The Corner Pub and Grill, and the award wining 2011 Restaurant of the year, The Tavern Kitchen and Bar)

The Shack additional locations are in Valley Park and Chesterfield.

The Shack – Frontenac:
731 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63131
Phone: (314) 736-5900

Breakfast: (7 days) 6:30am – 2pm
Lunch: (Mon-Sat) 11am – 2pm

The Shack – Valley Park:
13645 Big Bend Rd. Ste.105
St. Louis, MO 63122
(636) 529-1600

Breakfast: (7 days) 7am – 2pm
Lunch: (Mon-Fri) 11am – 2pm

The Shack – Chesterfield:
14810 Clayton Rd.
Chesterfield, MO 63017
(636) 220-9367

Breakfast: (7 days) 6:30am – 2pm
Lunch: (Mon-Sat) 11am – 2pm


The Top 10 Breakfast Restaurants Across St. Louis

The Top 10 Breakfast Restaurants Across St. Louis

Start Your Day Right at One of STL’s Top 10 Breakfast Spots

St. Louis, MO/May 6, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Top 10 Breakfast – They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Fortunately, you don’t have to pry open your bleary eyes and make your own.  There are lots of terrific spots to grab a great breakfast on the way to work, or any day.  We checked the customer reviews to find the ten best breakfast restaurants in St. Louis.

Topping the list is Nathaniel Reid Bakery at 11243 Manchester Road in Kirkwood. Open since August 2016, this is one of the newest jewels in St. Louis’ culinary crown.  Chef Nathaniel Reid is an award-winning pastry chef, considered by many as one of the very best pastry chefs in the U.S.  His bakery offers fresh baked goods that in some ways more closely resemble art than food.  But don’t let the beauty of these scratch made goodies fool you—they taste even better than they look.  Customers flock for the fresh-made breakfast pastries, croissants, and Danishes.  There’s a ham and cheese croissant that practically melts in the mouth, and the quiche is a velvety slice of deliciousness.  There’s also a full-service coffee bar, and breakfast platters can be ordered for group dining to-go.  There is a small dining area or you can take your meal to go.  No matter what you order at NRB, everything is beautiful, fresh, and scrumptious.

Whether you’re looking for a sit-down meal with china and silver, a quick nosh to go, or something in between, these customer favorites will get your day started on the right foot:

1. Nathaniel Reid Bakery (4.82 stars/77 reviews) Kirkwood, 11243 Manchester Road, Saint Louis, MO 63122, (314) 858-1019
2. Kitchen House Coffee (4.67 stars/52 reviews) Compton Heights, 3149 Shenandoah Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 732-0009.
3. Egg (4.62 stars/172 reviews) Benton Park, 2200 Gravois Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 202-8244.
4. Sweet Spot Cafe (4.58 star/59 reviews) St. Ann, 3586 Adie Road, Saint Ann, MO 63074, (314) 770-9977.
5. Caruso’s Deli (4.56 stars/131 reviews) Downtown Loft District, 1000 Washington Ave, Ste. 101, Saint Louis, MO 63101, (314) 588-1096.
6. Gooseberries (4.46 stars/56 reviews) Dutchtown, 2754 Chippewa Street, Saint Louis, MO 63118, (314) 577-6363.
7. The Abbey Espresso Bar and Café (4.48 stars/83 reviews) Belleville, 5801 West Main Street, Belleville, IL 62223, (618) 277-8373.
8. The Mud House (4.42 stars/774 reviews) Benton Park, 2101 Cherokee Street, Saint Louis, MO 63118, (314) 776-6599.
9. Spencer’s Grill (4.41 stars/145 reviews) Kirkwood, 223 South Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122, (314) 821-2601.
10. Russell’s on Macklind (4.41 stars/421 reviews) Southampton, 5400 Murdoch Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63109, (314) 553-9994.

A few of our favorites didn’t quite make it onto this elite list of breakfast spots, so we’re including them here as Honorable Mentions. Each brings something unique to the breakfast table:

Southwest Diner (4.40 stars/469 reviews) Ellendale, 6803 Southwest Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63143, (314) 260-7244.  American diner meets Tex/Mex cuisine at the corner of Southwest and Abbott in the western edge of the city.  Where else are you going to get sopapillas, Carne Adovada, and buttermilk cornmeal pancakes for breakfast?

2Schae Cafe (4.35 stars/161 reviews) DeBaliviere Place, 275 Union Blvd., Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 361-5333.  This is a cozy, quick-service cafe at the corner of North Union and Pershing.  It has a homey, relaxed vibe, terrific French toast and creative breakfast sandwiches.  Plus, the owners and staff are very friendly.

Allin’s Diner (4.35 stars/154 reviews) St. Charles, 130 North Kingshighway Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 946-5556.  This is an old-fashioned, classic American diner in the heart of St. Charles.  They offer hearty breakfast fare, including omelets, pancakes, French toast, hash browns, and eggs.  Their menu has a great tutorial about how to order eggs so they’re cooked just the way you want them.

Great Harvest Bread Trying to Halt Panera Sale

Great Harvest Bread Trying to Halt Panera Sale

Panera Competitor Raises Objection with FTC

St. Louis, MO/April 28, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – Just about the time it seems the sale of St. Louis-based Panera Bread is imminent, something gives us pause.  First it was news that the Warren Buffett-backed private equity firm 3G Capital was exploring a possible counter offer for the quick-service chain.  The Brazil-based 3G owns Burger King and Tim Hortons.  Now it seems that a Panera competitor is crying foul.  Great Harvest Bread Company, based in Dillon, Montana, has filed an objection to the sale with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Great Harvest Bread operates bakery-cafes similar to Panera’s and is a direct competitor.  There are three Great Harvest bakery-cafes in the St. Louis area, and nearly 200 across the U.S. Panera has more than 2,000 locations nationwide.  The two companies are already embroiled in a trademark infringement lawsuit filed in March 2016 by Great Harvest against Panera Bread.  In that suit, Great Harvest claims Panera’s slogan, “Food as it Should Be,” is too much like their slogan, “Bread.  The way it ought to be.”  The suit claims Panera began using their slogan in an advertising campaign launched in June 2015.  Great Harvest had filed to trademark their slogan in October 2014.  One of the issues raised in Great Harvest’s FTC filing is this unsettled trademark suit because the impending $7.5 Billion sale to JAB Holding Company includes the purchase of the disputed trademark.

Another concern raised in Great Harvest’s FTC filing is the issue of monopoly.  Great Harvest Bread, which specializes in breakfast, is arguing that JAB’s acquisition of Panera would give them a near-monopoly on the breakfast industry and thus, an unfair advantage.  Luxembourg-based JAB also owns Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, along with Keurig Green Mountain, Caribou Coffee, and Peet’s Coffee & Tea.

A third issue raised by Great Harvest’s FTC complaint revolves around an arrangement already in place that allows Great Harvest cafes to serve Peet’s Coffee products.  Their concerned that if Peet’s parent company JAB buys Great Harvest’s chief competitor, it could interfere with that preexisting coffee vending agreement.

Great Harvest filed its FTC complaint under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvement Act of 1976.  The HSR Act premerger notification program requires both Panera and JAB to make detailed filings with the FTC and the U.S. Department of Justice, then wait for those agencies to determine that the transaction will not adversely affect U.S. commerce under the antitrust laws.  Panera entered into a definitive merger agreement with JAB on April 5, 2017 under which JAB will pay about $7.5 billion to acquire Panera Bread and assume it’s debts.  If the deal passes federal antitrust examination, the merger is expected to close over the summer (third quarter of 2017).

The Top 10 Brunch Spots Around St. Louis

Brunch Spots

Find the Perfect Place for that Perfect Meal – Brunch Spots

St. Louis, MO/December 26, 2016 (STLRestaurant.News) – Brunch Spots – Many consider it the best meal of the day: brunch. St. Louis loves brunch and there are terrific places to get this old English “hangover cure” all over the metro area.  The choices run from simple bakery cafes and coffee shops to fine dining establishments.  There are scores of restaurants around town that offer brunch every weekend.  Some even offer it every day.  We wanted to know who does it best, so we did what we always do to find the best: we turned to customer reviews.

According to the folks who brunch around St. Louis, the best can be found in the city’s historic Benton Park neighborhood at The Mud House, 2101 Cherokee Street, St. Louis.  That didn’t come as a big surprise, since they’re already known as a great place for coffee, and for breakfast or lunch.  In fact, The Mud House topped our list of the best Internet cafes in St. Louis.

The Mud House’s casual, but sophisticated menu was created by Chef Chris Bork, and it has brunch written all over it.  They offer some of the most delicious breakfast sandwiches in town, all served on fresh ciabatta with a side of dressed greens.  Their English Breakfast may be the ultimate brunch choice.  It’s two sunny eggs with sautéed mushrooms and greens, baked beans, bacon, toast and jam.  You can make that vegan by subbing Match Soy Chorizo if you like.  Of course their famous Mud Slinger is a great brunch option too.  It’s roasted potatoes smothered with vegetarian black bean chili, cheddar, and red onion topped with two sunny eggs.  It comes with toast.  You can add bacon or ham, or truffled French onion dip if you like.  They also offer a Vegan Slinger made with tofu scramble and olive oil toast.  There’s also French toast with apple compote & spiced mascarpone, biscuits & gravy, grits, grilled cheese, daily quiche specials and “Dat Hash” topped with poached eggs.

Owners Casey and Jeremy Miller have kept the focus on locally sourced ingredients, expertly prepared and served in relaxing environment.  That includes the coffee.  There are cappuccinos, lattes, macchiatos, and cold brews.  You’ll also find some thoughtful, surprising combinations like the Rosemary & Honey Latte.  Make yours vegan by choosing almond, hemp, or soy milks.  They also offer some nice selections from St. Louis’ Retrailer Tea Company, and from Kilogram Tea of Chicago.  All that, plus free Wi-Fi! Bonus: The Mud House will be open and serving brunch on New Year’s Day starting at 10:00 a.m!

Since some of us don’t think it’s brunch without a Mimosa or Bloody Mary on the menu, we’ve noted which of the restaurants on our list serve alcohol, and which don’t.  Not all are open New Year’s Day, but they all do offer brunch on a regular basis.  So here are the best places to get brunch in St. Louis according to customers:

1. The Mud House (4.5 stars/631 reviews) Benton Park, 2101 Cherokee Street, Saint Louis, MO 63118, (314) 776-6599. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
2. Southwest Diner (4.5 stars/364 reviews) Ellendale, 6803 Southwest Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63143, (314) 260-7244. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
3. Russell’s on Macklind (4.5 stars/299 reviews) Southampton, 5400 Murdoch Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63109, (314) 553-9994. (Full bar)
4. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar (4.5 stars/136 reviews) Frontenac, 1855 South Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63131, (314) 567-7610. (Full bar)
5. Picasso’s Coffee House (4.5 stars/135 reviews) St. Charles, 101 N Main Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 925-2911 (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
6. 2Schae Cafe (4.5 starS/134 reviews) DeBaliviere Place, 275 Union Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 361-5333. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
7. Egg (4.5 stars/126 reviews) Benton Park, 2200 Gravois Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 202-8244. (Full bar)
8. Caruso’s Deli (4.5 stars/108 reviews) Downtown, 1312 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63103, (314) 588-1096 (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
9. Bike Stop Cafe (4.5 stars/105 reviews) St. Charles, 701 South Riverside Drive, Saint Charles, MO 63301, (636) 724-9900. (Coffee, Tea, Juice, Beer & Wine)
10. The Living Room (4.5 stars/60 reviews) Maplewood, 2808 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood, MO 63143, (314) 899-0173. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)

Since we love brunch, here are some other choices across the metro area that are worth checking out.  Honorable Mentions go to:

The Tavern Kitchen And Bar (4.5 stars/55 reviews) Central West End, 392 North Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63108, (314) 696-8400. (Full Bar)
Cafe Madeleine (4.5 stars/29 reviews) Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110, (314) 575-5658. (Full Bar)
Milque Toast Bar in McKinley Heights, 2212 South Jefferson Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63104, (314) 833-0085. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)
The Egg & I in the Metro-East, 455D Regency Park, O’Fallon, IL 62269, (618) 624-3440. (Coffee, Tea, Juice)


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Shack Opens

Shack Opens New Restaurant – Breakfast & Lunch

CHESTERFIELD, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) Shack, a breakfast and lunch restaurant, has opened its third restaurant in the St. Louis metro area.  The other two are located on Big Bend and Lindberg Blvd.  It offers a country/rustic type atmosphere and allows its customers to write on the wall.

They occupy what was once known as Lester’s on Clayton Rd.  It is a large facility and they also offer it for private events with seat down seating for 180 and cocktail parties up to 250 guests.  Catering available and provided by one of their sister restaurants, which include, The Corner Pub & Grill (2 locations) and The Tavern Kitchen and Bar (2 locations).

The Shack is open 7 days a week from 6:30 am to 2 pm with lunch available from 11 am until closing.  Prices appear to start around $10, but it is well worth it.  Good selection of dishes, good food and service.

Contact information:


14810 Clayton Rd.

Chesterfield, MO 63017

(636) 220-9367

Email: info@shackstl.com

For private events email: ben@shackstl.com


St. Louis metro get their 9th First Watch in Town & Country

TOWN & COUNTRY, MO: (STLRestaurant.News)  First Watch (FW), a daytime cafe, is scheduled to open their 9th St. Louis based location in the St. Louis metro community of Town & Country, MO.  It is located to the west side of Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant.

It is scheduled to open Monday, October 3rd, 2016 at 7 a.m.  It will be located at 1130 Town & Country Crossing Drive occupying approximately 3300 square feet  and will employ approximately 25 people.  FW is open 7-day a week and closes each day at 2:30 pm.

Apparently, the St. Louis metro area has been good to this upscale cafe that offers an elevated approach and inventive offerings made to order using fresh ingredients.  Additionally, they offer complimentary newspapers and free Wi-Fi Internet access.

The Town & Country community is one of the most prestigious upscale communities in the St. Louis metro area.  Some of the better restaurants and retail establishments are located in this quaint community.  FW should have no trouble fitting into this small business district.

The new establishment will open using its latest “Urban Farm” interior design creating the perfect atmosphere for this unique and demanding area.

Contact information:

First Watch

Phone: (941) 907-9800

Email: comments@firstwatch.com

Email: dayjobs@firstwatch.com

Email: franchise@firstwatch.com

Source: RestaurantNews.com

Video courtesy of First Watch/YouTube



Wake Up to Crestwood’s Yolklore

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) Yolklore: there’s loads of chain restaurants out there, but sometimes you just want to go to an “honest to goodness,” casual, chef-driven non-chain breakfast restaurant. And now residents of Crestwood can do just that! Yolklore, the new fast-casual breakfast and brunch spot located at 8958 Watson Road, sits in the space that was previously held a King Edward’s Chicken & Fish.

This independent breakfast spot, which is one of very few in the area, is owned by three restaurant veterans, husband and wife team Mary and John Bogacki, and Billy Oziransky. Mary formerly worked at the Four Seasons and Strange Donuts, Billy also at the Four Seasons, and John previously worked at the Old Warson Country Club and Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions.

The 1,600-square-foot restaurant, with the alluring deep eggplant interior, and Old-World charm and the warmth of white wainscoting, has an open kitchen on two sides, a visible prep area, and even a drive-thru. It follows the fast-casual prototype where diners can order at the counter, grab their coffee and juice, and utensils from the open-kitchen’s window and simply wait for their food to be delivered to their table. And even better yet, ticket wait times should be under five minutes.

You’ll find your classic breakfast items on the menu, like bacon and eggs, sausage and biscuits, and pancakes, as well as, brunch-style sandwiches. Mary’s signature gooey butter cake will also be on hand. Fresh juice every day, and locally roasted Dubuque Coffee, will be other regular staples. Then there’s the restaurant’s signature “Nest Egg,” which is two poached eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese covered in a buttery biscuit and topped with pickled onions, greens and preserved lemon.

The owners say all their foods are made from the highest quality local products, and everything from the ciabatta to the sausage is made in-house. It might have started out as a dream, turned into a successful Kick starter campaign, but it didn’t take long for Yolklore to become a Crestwood breakfast favorite.

Open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Contact information:


8958 Watson Road

St. Louis, MO

Phone: (314) 270-8538

Email: yolklore@yolklore.com

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Shack – Breakfast & Lunch

The Shack – Breakfast & Lunch

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – To some, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  It symbolizes waking up, getting the day started and spending time with loved ones.  At Shack, it is all that and then some!  Looking through the Shack menu, one’s mouth is guaranteed to water while his heart laughs at the witty, one-of-a-kind menu selections.  Tim Kimmell, kitchen manager at the Valley Park location, said the item names seem to be a big hit among customers.  “One of the reasons we stand out to guests is because of the comical names we use to introduce our dishes,” Kimmell said, referring to item names like The Kitchen Sink, Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em and Make a Grown Man Cry.  “Not only are our dishes’ names funny, but they taste great!”  Shack’s breakfast menu has something for everyone with its wide selection ranging from omelets to pancakes to skillets to healthy choices (some of which are gluten free, depending on location).  A crowd favorite, Gringo Killer, is a two-egg skillet with chorizo, onions, bell peppers, green chili salsa and special SHACK cheese, all served with hash browns.  For those with more of a sweet tooth, Because We Can E-Z, another crowd favorite, treats customers to a scrumptious french toast sandwich stuffed full of eggs, sausage and bacon, all served with hash browns.  But the fun doesn’t stop there.  Shack also offers a variety of tasty smoothies, cereal shakes, adult swim beverages and boozy shakes, some of which are even fat free and gluten free.

Shack also offers lunch but is most well-known for its succulent breakfast menu.  In fact, Shack has been recognized repeatedly for its mouth-watering menu. St. Louis Post Dispatch GO!  Magazine named Shack #1 for breakfast for 2016; STL Magazine named Shack as “Best Breakfast in the County” for 2015; and Shack was also named “Best Restaurant of 2015” by STL Magazine, and these are just a few of the awards.  The Shack offers patrons two locations, one at 13645 Big Bend Rd., in Valley Park and another at 731 S. Lindbergh BLVD., in Frontenac.  Hours of operation vary by location, but more information can be found at http://www.shackstl.com/.

Contributing Editor – Elizabeth Choate



Sarah’s Cake Shop


The new location will serve the same great custom cakes, cupcakes, desserts and wedding cakes, while delicious bakery items and excellent service using only the best ingredients are a key focus to Sarah’s. If you are looking to fulfill a birthday request, a wedding reception or a good old family gathering, Sarah’s is ready to help out.

Sarah’s on Central will be available 7:30 am to 10:30 am for breakfast items such as scones, croissants, breakfast sandwiches and more. Daily lunch specials, including soups and sandwiches will be served from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Sarah’s plans on after school deal for students from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

For more information on Sarah’s Cake Shop visit http://www.sarahscakeshopstl.com/