Soulard Coffee Garden

★★★★☆
38.6085 -90.2052
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314-241-1464

910 Geyer Ave

St Louis, MO

63104

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The first time I tried out the coffee garden the staff was incredibly short and rude with myself and my friend. Thinking it was just a fluke, I tried the place out again only to be met with the same dismissive and rude attitudes for no particular reason, including one worker that looked my friend up and down and actually rolled his eyes at her when she asked for a glass of water with our meal....what? It made us so uncomfortable we quickly left. We won't be visiting again, and I will make sure to tell my friends not to visit either. No one wants to be made to feel uncomfortable or talked about in a rude manner in a place that is supposed to be relaxed and inviting. Its a shame that two or three workers of an establishment can ruin a place that could be really great.

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★☆☆☆☆

The first time I tried out the coffee garden the staff was incredibly short and rude with myself and my friend. Thinking it was just a fluke, I tried the place out again only to be met with the same dismissive and rude attitudes for no particular reason, including one worker that looked my friend up and down and actually rolled his eyes at her when she asked for a glass of water with our meal....what? It made us so uncomfortable we quickly left. We won't be visiting again, and I will make sure to tell my friends not to visit either. No one wants to be made to feel uncomfortable or talked about in a rude manner in a place that is supposed to be relaxed and inviting. Its a shame that two or three workers of an establishment can ruin a place that could be really great.

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This is a great place, but major points off for not answering their phone during business hours. Tried to call multiple days / times and no go.

Since it's a rather long drive for me, I'll be skipping this establishment as I cannot be sure they're open or not.

Very frustrating...

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★★☆☆☆

This is a great place, but major points off for not answering their phone during business hours. Tried to call multiple days / times and no go.

Since it's a rather long drive for me, I'll be skipping this establishment as I cannot be sure they're open or not.

Very frustrating...

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The coffee is good, the garden is charming and now there's even great photography for sale:

The month of May is National Photo Month and the Soulard Coffee Garden is pleased to celebrate National Photo Month by hosting an exhibit of two St. Louis photographers: Dallas Moses and Jane Linders. These two have teamed up to present an eclectic mix of alternative process photography, sprinkled with conventional photography throughout the coffee house. Dallas Moses is a professional Broadcast Art Director and Designer. He also runs Orange Monkey Studio, a freelance design and fine art effort. His studio is located in the Koken Art Factory. . . Linders has exhibited extensively in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri as well as the Smithsonian Museum. She is a tireless image maker, whose work can be seen in galleries, books, and magazines.

The opening reception is April 20, 2008 from 3 to 5pm.
The exhibit runs April 20 through May 27, 2008

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★★★★★

The coffee is good, the garden is charming and now there's even great photography for sale:

The month of May is National Photo Month and the Soulard Coffee Garden is pleased to celebrate National Photo Month by hosting an exhibit of two St. Louis photographers: Dallas Moses and Jane Linders. These two have teamed up to present an eclectic mix of alternative process photography, sprinkled with conventional photography throughout the coffee house. Dallas Moses is a professional Broadcast Art Director and Designer. He also runs Orange Monkey Studio, a freelance design and fine art effort. His studio is located in the Koken Art Factory. . . Linders has exhibited extensively in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri as well as the Smithsonian Museum. She is a tireless image maker, whose work can be seen in galleries, books, and magazines.

The opening reception is April 20, 2008 from 3 to 5pm.
The exhibit runs April 20 through May 27, 2008

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Coffee needs Atmosphere. This place delivers the perfect vision of a coffee bar, your choice of indoor or outdoor seating. You can also get waffles, smoothies and such. We went here for a poetry reading: the afternoon slipped away in a magical haze. Keep your mind open to who you may meet and talk to: the clientele are free spirits.

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★★★★★

Coffee needs Atmosphere. This place delivers the perfect vision of a coffee bar, your choice of indoor or outdoor seating. You can also get waffles, smoothies and such. We went here for a poetry reading: the afternoon slipped away in a magical haze. Keep your mind open to who you may meet and talk to: the clientele are free spirits.

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We went to Soulard Coffee Garden for Mother's Day and it was wonderful. The breakfast food was great - I had Eggs Benedict which was fantastic - some of the best I've ever had - and my husband had the Biscuit and Gravy which was really tasty as well... (usually a toss up between great or terrible when ordering and it was definitely great at SCG).

We had a wonderful casual brunch sipping mimosa's and enjoying food and coffee. It couldn't have been better unless we had been able to sit on the terrace or patio... which were full, unfortunately.

5
★★★★★

We went to Soulard Coffee Garden for Mother's Day and it was wonderful. The breakfast food was great - I had Eggs Benedict which was fantastic - some of the best I've ever had - and my husband had the Biscuit and Gravy which was really tasty as well... (usually a toss up between great or terrible when ordering and it was definitely great at SCG).

We had a wonderful casual brunch sipping mimosa's and enjoying food and coffee. It couldn't have been better unless we had been able to sit on the terrace or patio... which were full, unfortunately.

Pros: Casual, Easy-Going Atmosphere, Great Food, Fair Pricing

Cons: None really

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The food was amazing! The special that day was cornmeal blueberry pancakes that knocked my socks off and the coffee was dark and thick. The only drawback was the wait for food, but it was also Sunday morning and the place was packed. It was worth the wait, for sure.

5
★★★★★

The food was amazing! The special that day was cornmeal blueberry pancakes that knocked my socks off and the coffee was dark and thick. The only drawback was the wait for food, but it was also Sunday morning and the place was packed. It was worth the wait, for sure.

Pros: great food and atmosphere

Cons: little slow on getting the food, but we were there on Sunday morning...

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Best breakfast in the city. Great food and great ambience.

5
★★★★★

Best breakfast in the city. Great food and great ambience.

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Great coffee. Great food. We take all of our out of town guests to the backyard garden.

5
★★★★★

Great coffee. Great food. We take all of our out of town guests to the backyard garden.

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Casual yet upscale, quiet little coffeehouse/restaurant. Full of character in an old Soulard neighborhood. Intimate decor; lounge-like area in an upstairs loft. Also outdoor seating. The sandwiches are made to order and are delicious; try the chicken pesto sandwich. Awesome fresh fruit salad. Very fresh ingredients. Constantly changing selection of fresh-baked pastries and sweets. Great place to meet for coffee and converse; food and coffee is worth paying for. It is too bad that it isn't open later into the night.

4
★★★★☆

Casual yet upscale, quiet little coffeehouse/restaurant. Full of character in an old Soulard neighborhood. Intimate decor; lounge-like area in an upstairs loft. Also outdoor seating. The sandwiches are made to order and are delicious; try the chicken pesto sandwich. Awesome fresh fruit salad. Very fresh ingredients. Constantly changing selection of fresh-baked pastries and sweets. Great place to meet for coffee and converse; food and coffee is worth paying for. It is too bad that it isn't open later into the night.

Pros: coffee selection, Euro atmosphere, Fresh ingredients

Cons: closes rather early

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From the purple walls to the friendly staff, this place oozes positive energy. People share their papers when they're finished, and one regular offered this bit of advice to another upon leaving: "Have a good day, and…

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