Friday, March 1, 2013
Check out the latest business news for St. Charles
$1 Subs Jimmy John's on Elm Street in St. Charles is offering $1 subs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 2 for customer appreciation day. The items that qualify for a $1 sub include nos. 1 through 6 on the menu and the BLT. Customers can opt to add additional meat for an extra $1.50, however. One per person. Duchesne Bar & Grill Under New Ownership Mike and Bonny Coleman took over ownership of Duchesne Bar and Grill and have expanded hours to include noon to 9 p.m. on Sundays. The new hours kick off on St. Patrick's Day. For more information please call 636-947-0920 or visit their website at www.dbandg.com. Lillians of St. Charles is moving to 124 North Main Street Lillians of St. Charles, a women's clothing shop, is moving from 112 North Main…
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Also, a showing of Listen to Your Mother will benefit a local charity.
St. Charles gave business licences to the following businesses in December, according to the St. Charles Economic Development Department. Other business news: Share your business news with Patch readers by submitting announcements which go out in our daily newsletter. Sign up for the newsletter here.
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Also, Connections to Success could win $10,000 in grant program.
2nd Street Bike Stop Cafe May Move to Main Street Jodi Devonshire and Tony Caruso, owners of the 2nd Street Bike Stop Cafe in Frenchtown, are pondering moving the shop to South Main Street into a building located behind John Dengler Tobacconist. The 1,500 square foot building is owned by former city councilman Larry Muench and used to be the home of the Lewis and Clark Museum and Nature Center, which moved to the Boat House on the riverfront. Muench said nothing has been formalized, however, he's hopeful that the location would work well for the Bike Stop Cafe. "They'll have a bigger outside section and a bigger inside section," he said, adding there aren't too many places to grab breakfast on South Main Street. "I think the bikers will…
Thursday, July 19, 2012
School is among the first businesses to open up at the Streets of St. Charles project.
The Art Institute of St. Louis will host a grand opening celebration at noon July 24. Classes started at the school on July 9. The school is among the first businesses to open in the Streets of St. Charles project, along with the Wamhoff Financial Services. In addition, Tucanos Churrascaria and Prasino and Five Guys Burgers and Fries are three restaurants which are expected to open in the project. St. Charles City Council approved a liquor license for Nick's Pub, which will be located at 2865 Veterans Memorial Parkway, in the former Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon. The St. Charles City Council on July 10 upheld the decision of the City Landmarks Board to deny Rudge Gilman's application to install white vinyl windows replacement windows on…
Monday, June 11, 2012
Jewelry shop, Polish pottery shop open on Main Street.
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Friday, June 8, 2012
St. Charles Restaurants Compete in BCI's Wing Ding.
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