ST. LOUIS — Left Bank Books, the 50-year-old institution in the Central West End, is closing its doors to foot traffic.
Many CWE businesses are operating differently during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. In an abundance of caution and in the interest of public health, some businesses are closing temporarily, reducing their hours, or changing how they operate. We will constantly be updating this list, so check back often.
Spend an evening celebrating art in the Central West End!
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and the Central West End is the perfect place to be, whether you’re looking for a romantic night out or a fun evening with all your favorite gal pals. And if you’re celebrating the holiday solo, don’t worry, there’s a party just for you!
Whether you want to explore new artwork at Duane Reed Gallery, or spend an afternoon playing games with the kids at Up-Down STL — there are plenty of things to do this weekend in the Central West End!
From the 2nd annual CWE Window Walk Holiday Market, to Tea with Santa at MaryAnn’s Tea Room — here are five things to do this weekend in the Central West End.
From a Holiday Kick-Off at The Chase Park Plaza, to Kendra Scott’s Soft Opening event — here are five things to do this weekend in the Central West End!
From a special trunk show at Eye Roc Eyewear, to an evening of blues and swing at Evangeline’s — here are five things to do this weekend in the Central West End.
Now nearing the end of its first quarter of a century, the Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood is spotlighting three ceramic artists at the moment: Steven Young Lee, Lindsay Pichaske and Alessandro Gallo.
The World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF) is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with a free exhibit that is out of this world. Ground Control: A Journey Through Chess and Space will open Nov. 7, 2019 and will be on display through April 26, 2020.