St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: September 2013

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       Toasted French peasant bread with Havarti cheese and Cesmach coffee at Blueprint Coffee. |        Nancy Stiles
  •        Toasted French peasant bread with Havarti cheese and Cesmach coffee at Blueprint Coffee. |        Nancy Stiles

There were some much-anticipated openings this month, but unfortunately some irreplaceable restaurants closed. Manzo's closed after more than 50 years in business, while student brainchild Green Bean closed after just two years. As always, let us know in the comments anything we missed!

See also: St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: August 2013

Openings:

Baida (3191 South Grand; 314-932-7950) Blueprint Coffee (6225 Delmar Boulevard; 888-863-8053) Eighteen 76 (Terminal 2, Lambert Airport) Element (1419 Carroll Street; 314-241-1674) Eleven65 (1165 Technology, O'Fallon; 636-329-0065) Feraro's Jersey Style Pizza (77004 Ivory Avenue; 314-256-0500) Heavy Riff Brewing Company (6413 Clayton Avenue) McAlister's (3200-b Laclede Station Road; 314-338-2800)

Closings:

Booster's Café (567 Melville Avenue, University City) Culpepper's (312 South Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood) Gingham's (7333 South Lindbergh Boulevard, South St. Louis County) Green Bean (232 North Euclid Avenue) Horseshoe House (6100 Delmar Boulevard) Manzo Sausage Kitchen & Market (5346 Devonshire Avenue)

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