Wednesday, February 13, 2013
A line in St. Louis Magazine's November issue drew a response from Maplewood's community development director, who called the sentence a "pointless and off-putting message."
In a St. Louis Magazine article highlighting downtown Maplewood's retail options, one sentence didn't sit very well with Rachelle L'Ecuyer, the city's community development director. The article, which ran in the magazine's November issue, included the line, "With Mezzanine and Monarch Restaurant closing in the past year, Maplewood’s boom seems to have slowed." L'Ecuyer responded by submitting a letter for the magazine's February issue. In it, she wrote about the city's evolution into a "walkable historic downtown" over the past decade. She noted that the city contains only two vacant storefronts in downtown Maplewood, compared to more than 10 about seven years ago. She also wrote that Home Wine Kitchen was named "2012 Restaurant of the …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The magazine article highlights the downtown Maplewood business's new line of products for men.
Maven owner Kate Bethel was profiled in St. Louis Magazine this month. The owner of the popular downtown Maplewood business answered seven questions for the magazine article. The Q&A focused primarily on Maven's new line of products for men. Visit the St. Louis Magazine article to read the profile and learn more about the new products. Are you a regular at Maven? Did you know you can write a review on Patch for other community members to see? Simply click over to the Maven directory listing to share your comments! For more business news on Patch, please see the following articles:
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Steve Gontram will open the restaurant on Maryland Avenue, St. Louis Magazine's Relish blog reported.
The former owner of Richmond Heights' acclaimed Harvest restaurant will open Five Star Burgers St. Louis on Maryland Avenue in Clayton, St. Louis Magazine's Relish blog reported Thursday. Quoting from the Relish post: "Steve’s father, Bob Gontram, is currently developing Five Star Burgers in New Mexico, and the St. Louis location 'will be modeled after his,' said the younger Gontram, adding that St. Louis will see some 'personal touches to an already great concept.'" Read more about the hamburgers, expected price ranges, the way the site will look and more in the complete Relish post. More about Clayton and Richmond Heights burgers on Patch:
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The magazine's annual poll seeks reader votes, and Maplewood and Brentwood have several destinations listed.
Second-round voting has opened on St. Louis Magazine's website to determine which businesses should be named to the magazine's annual "A List." The "A-List" is a compilation of St. Louis' best, as judged by St. Louis Magazine staff and readers. The second round, which accepts user voting until March 16, features "Shopping, Body, Kids and Service" destinations in the St. Louis area. The first round ran from Jan. 20 to Feb. 17, and focused on "Food and Night Life" destinations. These Maplewood and Brentwood businesses are competing for the following titles on the list: To vote for your favorites, visit the St. Louis Magazine website.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
The magazine's annual poll seeks reader votes, and Maplewood and Brentwood have a few foodie destinations on the poll.
Maplewood and Brentwood are well-represented in the first round of "A-List" voting on St. Louis Magazine's website. The "A-List" is a compilation of St. Louis' best, as judged by the St. Louis Magazine staff and readers. The first round, which accepts user voting until Feb. 17, features "Food and Night Life" destinations in the St. Louis area. These Maplewood and Brentwood businesses are competing for the following titles on the list: To vote for your favorites, visit the St. Louis Magazine website.