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I was more interested in the history of the buildings (plaques on the historical ones). The shops aren't open on Mondays and Tuesdays for the most part, and parking can be tricky on the weekends. But it has some great history down there.
Had a great afternoon wandering in and out of the shops...lots to see and all have a little different vibe. It seems the shops open a bit later in the morning than chain stores or malls...I would not go much before 11:00. But then you...More
Cherokee street has a lot of character and is a great place to spend an afternoon. Plenty to do and see. Some great food, Coffee, Beer and wine places. The Antique places are fun but only a small part of what this street has to...More
Elders is one of the great vintage antique stores on Cherokee Street reasonable prices and lots of interesting items well worth the visit. I think you find very knowledgeable people there in particular George was there on the weekend and he was very helpful very...More
The waitress where we had breakfast suggested this place. Took and Uber to get there. The driver and the waitress and the owner of the barshop told us in no uncertain terms to be very careful. We were and enjoyed walking around all the shops.
Made plans to spend all morning there and have lunch. Got there about 10:15 am. Most stores said they opened at 10 or 10;30. NOTHING WAS OPEN!!!! A coffee cafe was, but the antique stores that had open signs in the window and 10am open...More
The bad reviews here were quite off-putting, but I decided to find o it for myself what the scene was. Basically, I was not uncomfortable walking around on a cold December afternoon. I stopped in at the Mud House for a nice cappuccino, then walked...More
Enjoyed an afternoon stroll and didn't even mind the shops weren't open. Just loved reading the historical plates and watching the architecture change. Especially enjoyed having an elephant ear at the first Hispanic bakery in St. Louis celebrating 20 year next May.
My wife and I decided to visit Cherokee Antique Row recently on a Tuesday. We enjoy "antiquing", 2nd Hand Shops to fine antiques. Unfortunately only a handful of the shops were open. Of the few shops we were able to visit, only two held our...More