Best Resale Shop


Shopping at the ScholarShop is the best of both worlds—designer finds (Chanel! Diane von Furstenberg!) at bargain prices—all for a good cause. What’s not to love? There’s upscale resale for men, women and children, including designer apparel, jewelry, handbags, shoes, scarves and collectibles. You never know what you’ll fi nd when you stop in, but one thing is for sure: Your purchase helps area students through The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis.


Women’s Closet Exchange

Upscale Resale



Best Antiques


The thrill of the hunt is on at Jules Pass, our readers’ pick for the best antique fi nds in St. Louis. The shop specializes in English and Continental furniture of the 18th and early 19th centuries, and the best finds go fast, so shop often!

Davis Place

Antiques & Consignments

Clark Graves Antiques

Ivey-Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers

Warson Woods Antique Mall


Best Local Lingerie


From comfy loungewear and sexy lingerie to top-of-the-line swimwear, Jule has everything a girl needs to feel fun and fl irty. Their knowledgeable staff and discriminating buyers mean their shelves are fi lled with the best, most fl attering lines available, some exclusively found in their store.

Ann’s Bra Shop


Victoria’s Secret

Neiman Marcus


Best Furniture & Home Accessories:


Bursting at the seams with fabrics and furniture, it’s easy to get overwhelmed (in the best possible way) when you shop at Expressions. You’ll leave with a wish list of home improvements long enough to make your better half cringe. Savvy Surrounding Style Arhaus Furniture Three French Hens Antiques Crate & Barrel Best Local Shoe Store LAURIE’S SHOES This third-generation family-operated business has been keeping St. Louisans in shoes since 1951. From that fi rst pair of walkers for the little ones to shoes for mom and dad, the knowledgeable staff at Laurie’s keeps everyone on their toes.



Saks Fifth Avenue

Neiman Marcus


Best Kids Clothing


Outfit your little one from the Crew Cuts collection by J.Crew, and your kiddo’s wardrobe will be the envy of everyone at school—the teachers and the students. Adorable, well-styled and high-quality clothes make Crew Cuts pieces a collection you can pass along to siblings or friends that will stand the test of time.

St. Louis Woman’s Exchange

City Sprouts

Chocolate Soup

Sweet Petunia Clothing


Best Women’s Clothing


Sure, you could go to a department store and fi nd that perfect something, but fi rst try Paperdolls Boutique in Kirkwood, voted best women’s clothing by our readers. It attracts admirers from all over the St. Louis area, thanks to its diverse inventory of fashion forward—yet wearable—looks.

Meka Boutique

Apricot Lane Boutique

Mister Guy



Best Movie Theater


Art and independent fi lms, plus a concession stocked with Bissinger’s and Schlafl y Beer—all in the pleasant (and easy to park) environs of Plaza Frontenac—make checking out a movie there the civilized alternative to the megaplex.

The Chase Park Plaza Cinema

Tivoli Theatre

AMC West Olive Theater

Moolah Theatre


Best Fine Jewelry


Huffords Jewelry’s mix of fi ne jewelry, custom pieces and unique estate items makes it a favorite among our readers for weddings, anniversaries and other special occasions. We dare you to go in and not fi nd something to put on your wish list.

Genovese Jewelers

Simons Jewelers

Elleard Heffern Fine Jewelers



Best Fun Jewelry


Melanie’s is one of those unique shopping places where the moment you walk in you see things you never knew you wanted but can’t live without. Their extensive selection of jewelry features must-haves you’ll wear every day and unique pieces to save for special occasions.

Codi Boutique

Designs By Elise


Ivy Hill Boutique


Best Men’s Clothing


Mister Guy knows men’s clothes. From casual wear to more formal frocks, guys can walk in knowing they’ll be in good hands. If your guy hates shopping, it’s probably because he’s never been to Mister Guy.

Woody’s Men’s Clothiers

Moris Fashions

Saville Row

Kim Kuehner Sportswear


Best Toy Store

IMAGINATION TOYS Hooray! Just when we thought we’d have to say goodbye to Imagination Toys forever after the retirement of its founder Marge Versprille, Polly Lett stepped in to save the day. Now you can still fi nd all the best toys in St. Louis under one roof.


City Sprouts

Circle of Knowledge

Ladue Pharmacy


Most Fun Winery


Just 30 minutes from Clayton, Chandler Hill Vineyards is the closest full-service winery in the St. Louis area. But you’ll still feel a world away sipping their Missouri and California vintages looking out upon the scenic vineyard and lake.

Mount Pleasant Winery

Montelle Winery

Hermannhof Winery

Chaumette Winery and Vineyards


Best Place to Buy Wine


The Wine and Cheese Place is tops with our readers because no matter what your degree of wine knowledge—whether you fancy yourself a oenophile or are happy with wine in a box—the experts there can point you in the right direction. Stop wandering around and put your drinking in the hands of people who know what they’re doing. You can thank us later.


Wine Merchant

St. Louis Cellars

Grapevine Wines


Best Spot for a First Date


First dates are notoriously awkward, so picking the right spot— one that mixes the right amount of non-stressful activity with opportunities for conversation—is essential. The Boathouse succeeds on both accounts. Paddle around the lake then enjoy drinks and dinner on the dock.

Barcelona Tapas Restaurant

Vin De Set

Busch Stadium

360 St. Louis


Coolest Venue for Live Music


Joe Edwards has done it again. The Pageant has become one of the nation’s most popular venues for touring musicians, comedians and other entertainers. Often a sellout, the intimate club is the perfect middle spot between big venue and cozy club.

Jazz at the Bistro

Blueberry Hill

Old Rock House

Peabody Opera House