The Vogl family says Webster Groves is a true community, where residents can walk to local shops and restaurants and attend annual festivals with friends and neighbors. Kelly Vogl, an occupational therapist for BJC HomeCare, and her husband, Tim, president of Streamline Orthotics and Prosthetics, have embraced that community feel for 10 years. The couple has three children: David, 8; Patrick, 6; and Nathan, 3; who attend Bristol Elementary and The Lab School. Kelly talked to us more about family life in Webster Groves.

What’s the best-kept secret in Webster Groves?

Sunday Brunch at Milagro Modern Mexican.

What are your favorite gathering spots in your neighborhood?

Dewey’s Pizza, Yo My Goodness, La Cantina, The Block and Robust, just to name a few.

What's an ideal way to spend a lazy afternoon in Webster Groves?

Poolside at the Webster Groves Recreation Complex; or under a tree watching the trains pass, while enjoying a yummy treat from Tropical Moose.

Neighborhood Notes

Vicki Holton, Keller Williams Realty

Webster Groves residents are proud of their public school system and the warm, welcoming atmosphere of the community as a whole. The city is convenient to highway transportation, churches of many denominations, fine shopping—from boutiques to antiques, wonderful grocery stores and first-class restaurants. Webster Groves also supports the arts with an annual jazz festival, and is home to a world-class theater. The history of the community is treasured, and the residents take great pride in the many gorgeous historic homes. If you want a friendly, active community with a small town atmosphere, Webster Groves is for you.