In the News: Benton Park West and Cherokee Street
Photo: VISTA Ramen courtesy of St. Louis Magazine
In case you missed these gems, here are links to press articles about businesses, residents, or other mentions of Benton Park West and/or Cherokee Street.
This Week in Fashion: Bespoke Presents Another Designer Collaboration, ALIVE Magazine, 6/27/2016
July 1: Bespoke presents Straw Into Gold.
The Livery Company to Reopen in the Former Slo-Tom's Space, Riverfront Times, 6/27/2016
Almost five months after the Livery Company closed its doors on Cherokee Street, the beloved bar and music venue plans to reopen in the Carondelet neighborhood.
Kalbi Taco Shack opens on Cherokee Street - 5 things you don't need to know but might want to, St. Louis Business Journal, 6/24/2016
1. Kalbi Taco Shack, a new family-run eatery, has opened its doors at 2301 Cherokee St., serving tacos, burritos, quesadillas and rice bowls, among other items.
Spaceface to Perform at the Heavy Anchor June 30, ALIVE Magazine, 6/24/2016
We spent the next four days in STL exploring the city, and now going there feels like second nature. Love Seoul Taco, love hanging on Cherokee, and I think we’ve been to City Museum 2-3 times each by now.
Trend Alert: Caffe Tonic is a Crispy, Bubbly Summer Drink, Feast Magazine, 6/24/2016
Last June, The Mud House’s cold-brew tonic garnered a mention in Bon Appetit: “Think: coffee with notes of wood and barrel-aged accents.
17 Places to Get Your Mexican Food Fix in STL, ALIVE Magazine, 6/22/2016
Whether you’re in the mood for margaritas and chips or a full meal, St. Louis’ many Mexican restaurants have something for everyone.
CAT'S PICK: Scarlett's Wine Bar + Vista Ramen, Feast Magazine, 6/22/2016
Vista Ramen has opened on Cherokee Street.
Kalbi Taco Shack Now Open on Cherokee Street, Serving Asian-Mexican Fare, Feast Magazine, 6/22/2016
At a new family-run eatery on Cherokee Street, visitors will find Asian cuisine presented with a Mexican spin in a casual setting. Kalbi Taco Shack had its grand opening on June 18, serving up tacos, burritos, quesadillas, rice bowls, banh mi, Vietnamese coffee and bubble tea.
Mexcla Closes on Cherokee Street After Just One Month, Riverfront Times, 6/21/2016
If you were hoping to get your hands on one of the pambazo sandwiches at Mexcla, you're out of luck.