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Sneak Peek: Eat Sandwiches in Tower Grove South

Monday, October 17th, 2016



Eat Sandwiches will soon open doors at 3148 Morgan Ford Road. Co-owner Byron Smith hope to start slinging sandwiches at his Tower Grove South spot as soon as this Friday, Oct. 21. As The Scoop reported in September, the 24-seat counter-service deli will open in the original Local Harvest Grocery location.

Eat Sandwiches will offer (what else?) sandwiches piled with meat prepared and sliced in-house, fresh veggies and cheeses, paired with house-made sides like a mustard-based potato salad, potato chips and Asian slaw. Customers can wash down those sandwiches with bottled Excel sodas and local beer from favorites like Urban Chestnut, 4 Hands and Old Bakery Beer.

Eat Sandwiches will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Here’s a sneak peek of Tower Grove South’s newest eatery:


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-photos by Michelle Volansky 


Extra Sauce: In case you missed it…

Sunday, October 2nd, 2016

From new breweries in The Grove and North St. Louis to downtown’s newest pizza spot, here’s what went down last week in the STL food scene, ICYMI…




1. The Sliced Pint opened doors for pizza and beer lovers Sept. 30. The 4,300-square-foot restaurant is located next-door to City Museum at 1511 Washington Ave., downtown.

2. Lunching Claytonites will line up at the soon-to-open Wicked Greenz at 16 N. Central Ave., Monday, Oct. 3. Co-owners Chris Sedlak, Matt Ratz and chef Justin Haifley will offer counter-service lunch and dinner with a focus on healthy, veggie-focused dishes.




3. Meet Clem, Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery’s new ice cream truck. It won’t be blaring music and making neighborhood stops, but owner Tamara Keefe will park the refabbed 1984 postal truck at events around town.

4. Tower Grove South will soon have a home for deli-style sandwiches. Eat Sandwiches will open at 3148 Morgan Ford Road in mid-October.




5. Nearly seven months after announcing his new Rockwell Beer Co., co-owner Andy Hille has revealed the location. The brewhouse and tasting room will open at 1320 S. Vandeventer Ave., in spring 2017.

6. The Griesedieck family is bringing its brewing operations back home. Griesedieck Brothers Brewery announced Sept. 28 that it will open a 1,000-barrel brewhouse at 1240 Switzer Ave., in the Baden neighborhood. Manager Bob Griesedieck said they anticipate a June 2017 opening.

The Scoop: Eat Sandwiches to open in Tower Grove South this October

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016




Tower Grove South will soon have a home for deli-style sandwiches. Eat Sandwiches will open at 3148 Morgan Ford Road mid-October, as reported by the Riverfront Times.

Co-owners Byron Smith, Thomas Crone, Fred Hessel and Jeff McGraw noticed the gap in the offerings in the area. “There’s a lot of energy on the block already, but the neighborhood has been asking for something more,” Crone said.

They have been renovating the space into a 20-seat counter service deli in the last few months. “We’ve done a lot with the space,” Smith said. “It’s no longer an empty shell.”

Smith is still finalizing the menu, but he plans to serve a lunch and dinner crowd sandwich offerings like French dips. The kitchen is limited, but he hopes to roast or smoke meats in-house. Sides will include chips and possibly house-made pasta salad with fresh veggies. Pending liquor license approval, beer will also be available.

Smith said the community seemed excited for new life in the original Local Harvest Grocery space. “It gives me a charge when people come up to the window waving, wanting to talk (about the deli),” he said. “Folks seem excited about how the place is developing.”


Editor’s Note: This post originally stated that Eat Sandwiches was going in the former Local Harvest Cafe space. It was updated to correct the error. 

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