St. Louis Restaurant Openings & Closings: September 2014

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"Malawi Peaberry" pour-over coffee with a Whisk thumbprint cookie at Kitchen House Coffee. | Mabel Suen
  • "Malawi Peaberry" pour-over coffee with a Whisk thumbprint cookie at Kitchen House Coffee. | Mabel Suen

Out of all the openings and closings this month, we are still pretty upset about Blind Tiger (7376 Manchester Road). But there were some pretty exciting openings, too -- Grapeseed (5400 Nottingham Avenue; 314-925-8525) and Kitchen House Coffee (3149 Shenendoah Avenue; 314-732-0009), just to name a few. Continue on for our list of who's in and who's out, and as always, let us know anything we missed in the comments.

See also: A Look Inside Kitchen House Coffee's New South City Neighborhood Cafe

Openings:

Grapeseed (5400 Nottingham Avenue; 314-925-8525) Kitchen House Coffee (3149 Shenendoah Avenue; 314-732-0009) Lona's Lil' Eats (2199 California Avenue; 314-925-8938) Mama's Downtown (758 South Fourth Street) McMurphy's Café (800 North Tucker Boulevard; 314-802-0700) The Good Luck Bar & Grill (2501 South Ninth Street; 314-833-5825)

Closings:

Blind Tiger (7376 Manchester Road) Clementine's (2001 Menard Street) Gelateria Tavolini (1327 Washington Avenue) Itacate Mexican Grill (3324 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton) Pomme (40 North Central Avenue, Clayton) Pomme Cafe & Wine Bar (44 North Central Avenue, Clayton) Roxane (12 North Meramec Avenue, Clayton) The Market at the Cheshire (7036 Clayton Road) Wild Horse Grill (101 Chesterfield Towne Centre, Chesterfield))

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