St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: July 2013

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       iTap - CWE's impressive beer list. | Pat Kohm
  •        iTap - CWE's impressive beer list. | Pat Kohm

It may be the dog days of summer, but there's still a buzz of activity in the St. Louis culinary scene. Coffee shops and bakeries, like Amy's Corner Bakeshop, were everywhere this July, but we were pretty excited about the International Tap House's new Central West End location.

Jilly's Cupcakes closed its second location in Des Peres, only to announce a new deal with Schnucks the same day. Other establishments were not so lucky, like Marshall's Bistro, which closed after just five months.

As always, please let us know in the comments of any openings or closings we missed.

See also: - Jilly's Cupcakes Closes Location, Inks Deal With Schnucks - Amy's Corner Bakeshop Opening Tomorrow in the Grove - iTap's New Location in the Central West End Outdoes Itself

Openings

Amy's Corner Bakeshop (4476 Chouteau Avenue; 314-371-2253) Cathy's Kitchen (250 South Florissant Road, Ferguson; 314-524-9200) Caife Caife of Colleen's Cookies (7337 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-727-8427) Casalone's (2675 Telegraph Road; 314-487-5100) The Crafty Chameleon (1384 Clarkson Clayton Center, Ellisville; 636-220-9144) Interntional Tap House - Central West End (16 North Euclid Avenue; 314-367-4827) Great Harvest Bread Co. - Maplewood (7360 Manchester Road, Maplewood; 314-991-0049) [additional location] Jax Cafe (2901 Salena Street; 314-449-1995) Panorama at the Saint Louis Art Museum (1 Fine Arts Drive; 314-721-0072) The Post Sports Bar & Grill (763 Old Ballas Road, Creve Coeur; 314-736-1205) [additional location] Veritas Gateway to Food and Wine (15860 Fountain Plaza Drive; 636-227-6800) [new location]

Closings

Jilly's Cupcakes A-Go-Go (1131 Colonnade Center, Des Peres) Marshall's Bistro (17 Nationalway Shopping Center, Ballwin)

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