Lenny's Sub Shop 11349 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 Originally founded in 1998 in Memphis, Lenny's Sub Shop has mastered the art of crafting a "deli fresh experience" with…More every tasty warm or cold sub served. Lenny's Sub Shop is widely known for its delectable Philly Cheesesteak sub and fresh baked cookies. Consider Lenny's Sub Shop party platters for a quick and easy catering solution.
La Bonne Bouchee Restaurant & Pastry Shop 12344 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 French dining comes to Creve Coeur at La Bonne Bouchee Restuarant & Pastry Shop in the Westgate Shopping Center on…More Olive Boulevard. The kitchen serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner and an array of desserts. Outdoor dining is also featured when the weather allows.
My Barber Shop 11012 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 This can only be described as an "old school" barber shop. Walking in this place brings back memories of giant barber…More chairs and Floyd's barber shop from Mayberry. It is run by a father & son from here in St Louis. They have good prices and offer all grooming services. The look and feel of the shop and the friendliness of the owner seem to make this a nice place to kick back and get your hair cut. There are 3 barbers, all are licensed and they cover all aspects of hair grooming. They have been in this location for 23 years and in the hair cutting business for 35 years. Check out a couple of reviews here.
Mosley Square Barber Shop 11266 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 Located just east of Craig Road on Olive Boulevard, Mosley Square Barber Shop is a small, locally owned facility. It…More features a small waiting area with magazines as well as four barber chairs for styling. Upon entering, customers are met with the feel of the old 70s style barber shops. Walk-ins are always welcome here. Note that Mosley Square is open five days a week and closes relatively early.
Capitol Land Company 11850 Studt Ave, Saint Louis, MO63141 Founded in 1995, Capitol Land Company specializes in leasing commercial real estate shopping centers across the St.…More Louis region. Leasing agents Matt Pross and Weller Myer currently provide 22 shopping centers in various locations, including Deer Creek Crossing, Lafayette Center and Warson Woods.
National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW-St. Louis) and The NCJW R 295 N Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 The NCJW Resale Shop is operated by the National Council of Jewish Women and offers a variety of apparel for…More customers throughout the St. Louis area. This shop provides fund-raising for the organization, which offers programming for women and children in surrounding communities. Donations are accepted at this location.
Located in the Shopping Plaza at Olive Boulevard and North New Ballas Road, this is a little shop of everything…More needlepoint, covering every inch of wall space and cabinets. It carries how-to books, pillow designs, handbag patterns, threads and gifts for the novice or the expert. There are thousands of different patterns and many choices of colored threads.
The shop also provides classes for all levels with experienced teachers. You can call ahead to schedule an appointment to meet with an expert or just stop by and see what the Needlepoint Clubhouse has to offer. In the meantime, you can visit the Web site for more information.
Bath & Body Works 12583 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 Located in the huge Heritage Place Shopping Center, Bath & Body Works is the ultimate one stop shop…More for all your personal care needs. When you walk in the bright and airy store you are greeted with all the fragrants of a wonderful garden. There are so many products to choose from including lotions, spa treatments, face and hair products, aromatherapy, candles, shower gels and accessories.
Sweet Tomatoes 10401 Olive Blvd, Saint Louis, MO63141 Sweet Tomatoes, located in the Creve Coeur Pavilion shopping complex, is a restaurant that features various soups and…More salads on its menu. They also serve breakfast on Sunday.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop 11615 Olive Blvd # A, Creve Coeur, MO63141 Inside this Potbelly Sandwich Shop and all the other locations is a potbelly stove, which was prevalent in late 19th…More century and early 20th century. It is symbolic of the olden days when people would gather around for warmth and a meal and share a conversation. While the restaurant's stove isn't lit, it still offers an area to assemble with friends and to eat sandwiches filled with meatballs, turkey breast, roast beef, among other meats, or salads, and have a good old conversation.