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Crestwood Restaurants

Bread & Honey Bakery

318 Crestwood Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63126

If you want the hardiest sandwiches, creamiest soups, and most delectable deserts and treats, look no further than Bread & Honey Bakery.  They get back to the basics, making everything from scratch, using simple recipes generations old, and create delicious dishes that even beat Grandma’s.

Z E N Thai and Japanese Cuisine

9250 Watson Rd
t Louis, MO 63126-1510
(314) 842-0307

Ready for a healthy, relaxing, Zen dining experience?  Try Zen LLC who has been serving the tastiest, freshest and healthiest prepared Thai and Japanese dishes in town, both in one place.  Feel free to order seconds knowing that Zen cares about the nutrition and health benefits of their foods.  The restaurant also has their own unique dining traditions, such as giving flowers to any mother’s at the table and celebrating Thai New Years.

Sweet Tomatoes

9846 Watson Road
Saint Louis, MO 63126-1825
(314) 966-3882

Dining at Sweet Tomatoes is like walking into an all you can eat fresh produce grocery store.  Make your own salads, fruit salad, raw veggie plate with different dressings and dips or enjoy their made from scratch soups, pastas, breads and deserts.  Low cost and high in quality, Sweet Tomatoes is perfect for a healthier dining experience for the family.

El Agave Mexican Restaurant

9815 Watson Rd # 403
Saint Louis, MO 63126-1824
(314) 965-2042

Tucked away at Watson just east of Lindbergh is this gem of Crestwood. Very reasonably priced, full of flavor and life, El Agave Mexican Restaurant serves up the fun and the food! They prepare their authentic Mexican foods with the freshest ingredients and have the tastiest margaritas around.  If you want a break from the usual dinner, want to get our on a weekend night, visit El Agave and enjoy the eats and drinks.

Sappington Tea House

1015 South Sappington Road

Take a break from the usual restaurants and visit the traditional styled, vintage Sappington Tea House. It’s located in the oldest brick building in all of St. Louis!  Built in 1808 for the Sappington Family, the home still contains furniture made in the early 1800’s.  Today it has been turned into a Tea Barn where history, learning and great food mix.  Go healthy and order one of the made from scratch soups, salads or sandwiches, or feed your sweet tooth with one of the signature tea room deserts.  Don’t forget to stop by the Sappington Historical Society Gift Shop and pick up a unique antique or modern must have.



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