The Insider

The Insider: 3.25.20

Out-of-town Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts Michael and Carol Miner have purchased the Usonian Automatic Pappas house in Town & Country. They plan to fully restore the property into a public venue, open to all.

You and your best friend will have a new place to eat, drink and play together this winter! We’re talking about your dog, of course. Bar K, a dog park/bar/restaurant/event space, will open in The Grove later this year with indoor and outdoor play spaces. Stay tuned for more!

Who can forget the incredible Chihuly exhibit at the Missouri Botanical Garden years ago? St. Louis’ own award-winning children’s book author, Jan Greenberg, has teamed up once again with Sandra Jordan to honor the glass sculptor in World of Glass: The Art of Dale Chihuly, geared toward young readers.

The $9.5 mill used to renovate Clayton’s Seven Gables Inn was worth every penny. The quaint gem on Meramec Avenue has a new restaurant concept, Seven; the coziest of rooms (now all connected!); and an idyllic courtyard perfect for happy hour. We got to see it all before the grand opening March 11 … when this crisis passes, it’s your turn!

It’s times like this that make T&S extra proud to be part of the StL community! Thoughtful gestures, like the chocolates and uplifting note we received from Bissinger’s and Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate last week, make it clear those around us are supportive, kind and so very sweet.

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