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St. Louis’ first true sub­urb saw its growth fed in the 1850s by the rail­road that now serves as the fo­cal point for a charm­ing shop­ping dis­trict along Kirk­wood Rd. (Lind­bergh Blvd.) be­tween Adams and Mon­roe. A farm­ers mar­ket close by the rail­road tracks east of Kirk­wood Rd. of­fers sea­sonal pro­duce, while many in­de­pen­dent shops, restau­rants, cafes, and bak­eries line the blocks, like The Bug Store, Choco­late, Choco­late Choco­late, Christo­pher’s, Cor­nu­copia, Down by the Sta­tion, Grapevine Wine and Spir­its, Plow­shar­ing Crafts, OA Gallery, Paper­dolls, Amigo’s Cantina, Cit­i­zen Kane’s Steak­house, Dewey’s Pizza, Strange Donuts, Kirk­wood Sta­tion Brew­ing Com­pany and One 19 North. If your kids are with you, don’t miss The Magic House: St. Louis Chil­dren’s Mu­seum, a ram­bling col­lec­tion of fun and ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ences your kids will love. www. ci. kirk­wood. Vis­i­tor Cen­ter lo­cated in the train sta­tion at Kirk­wood Rd. and Ar­gonne, 314.821.2882. Map 3-7C

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