Webster – Kirkwood

Webster Kirkwood RestaurantsWebster Groves is a delightful community with large elm trees, nice homes, and a number of educational and artistic landmarks. It is located in South Central St. Louis county. Benefiting from it’s prime location in vicinity of such well traveled roads like Big Bend, Manchester, and Laclede Station, Webster Groves boasts a number of well received restaurants – see for yourself.  An inner ring suburb of St. Louis, Webster Groves was founded as own city in 1892 due to its proximity to the Pacific Railroad line, and current overcrowding in the city of St. Louis. Named after Daniel Webster, Webster Groves is currently listed as one of the ten best cities for families to live in America, and one of the wealthiest cities in Missouri.

Restaurants Webster – Kirkwood 

 5 Star Burgers  314-821-4119  Burgers
 612 Kitchen & Cocktails  314-965-2003  American
 Ami’s  314-963-1822  Pizza
 Big Sky Cafe  314-962-5757  American
 Blues Fired Pizza  314-403-0217  Pizza
 Cafe Provencal  314-822-5440  French
 CJ Mugg’s

Clover and the Bee





 Club Taco  314-858-1488  Mexican
 Cravings Gourmet Bakery & Deli   314-961-3534  Deli, Wine, Wedding Cakes
 Cyrano’s  314-963-3232  American
 First Watch

Frisco Barroom





 Fortel’s Pizza  314-822-2488  Pizza
 Olive + Oak  314-736-1370  American
 One 19 North Tapas Wine Bar  314-821-4119  Wine Bar
 Llywelyn’s  314-962-1515  Welsh
 McArthur’s Bakery & Deli  314-894-0900  Bakery & Deli
 Peppe’s Apt 2

Porter’s Chicken





 Robust Wine Bar  314-963-0033  Wine Bar
 Sapore Italian Cafe  314-909-7575  Italian
 Spencer’s Grill  314-821-2601  Diner
 The Sushi Station  314-733-5511  Sushi
 Weber’s Front Row  314-961-4500  American

Webster Kirkwood Restaurants

The city supports a population of more than 20,000, with five individual municipalities arranged near railroad sections including, Webster College-Eden, Theological Seminary Collegiate District, Central Webster Historic District, Marshall Place Historic District, Old Webster Historic District, Webster Park Residential Historic District.

Webster Grove is home to a variety of landmarks and historic locations including the Eden Theological Seminary, the Charles W. Ferguson House, the Gorlock Building, the Hawken House, the Nerinx Hall High School, the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, the Rock House, Edgewood Children’s Center, the Rockwood Court Apartments, the Tuxedo Park Christian Church, theTuxedo Park Station, the Webster Groves High School, and the Webster University.

Events & Tourist Attractions in the Webster Kirkwood area

Other than local landmarks, Webster Groves features a variety of tourist and family attractions. This includes world renowned art exhibits and galleries, live concerts, local festivals, cultural events and theater. Events mostly focus around the Big Bend railroad house, which sits on the Pacific railroad line, and can be visited to see the historic railroad. Annual arts events include the Lifetime Achievement in the Arts celebration, Paint Webster competition, Secret Gardens of Webster Tour, Art & Air, Old Orchard Gazebo series, the Missouri Chamber Music Festival, Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival, the Awards of Excellence, Hixson Holiday House Tour, Webster Groves Community Days, Ivory Crockett Run, Old Webster Holiday Open House, and the Webster Groves Farmers Market.

Webster-Kirkwood Food

Webster Groves also offers a wide variety of shops, live music venues, art gala’s, cafes, restaurants, and boutiques that most tourists and visitors will love. Because the city is among the top 100 best places to live in the U.S.A., it can be expected to be mostly quiet, family friendly, and peaceful. While not the best destination for tourists, the city is an excellent place for families, especially considering that it is home to multiple awarding winning schools, and is located nearby a top rated college. The town’s seasonal farmers market is an excellent place to view a historical market, or to purchase fresh food, and often also features local musicians playing for live crowds.

The city is known for beautiful and clean streets. It maintains a focus on art and music in its lifestyle. Furthermore, elm lined streets offer much beauty all around you. With the many festivals and activities, beautiful architecture, and multiple historic places, Webster Groves, called Webster by the Natives, is an excellent place to live.

Farmer’s Markets in Webster Groves – Kirkwood

Webster Groves Farmer’s Market 314-566-6011
When: May – October
Where: #4 E. Lockwood Ave Webster Groves, MO 63119
More Info: http://downtownkirkwood.com