Now and Zen- a 1st look

Buschs_grove_stock_2Since 1890, Busch’s Grove has not only been an historic landmark, it
has been the premier gathering place for generations of St. Louisans
and their guests. Its regular customers have been the leaders in
business, government and the community, media and sports personalities,
the local gentry, and those who simply wanted to be a part of the
Busch’s Grove legacy. They arrived by horse drawn carriage, sleek
limousine, and every mode of transportation in between, to dine, drink
and socialize in this extraordinary establishment.(1)

  That was then… Today, new owner Lester Miller has created an establishment that melds the Blue-Hairs, the Executives and the Hipsters all under one roof but not occupying the same space. The trick?  His fusion of Old school Busch’s Grove with Busch’s Grove the modern sleek show place. Combine that with the savvy move of  booking home town product Jeremy Davenport for a multi-month run.
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And a bar becomes an experience.
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Servers Extraordinaire
Lisa & Michael

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Spider Roll
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This dish was “to die for”
Pan Seared Scallops w/
cumin pancake
tomato gazpacho
lobster civiche
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Assorted Sushi
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The obnoxious blonde of
the night. Her pseudo-strip
was the low light for the
evening

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Jeremy & Rhonda
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Bruno & Melissa
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Jim & Rhonda

(1)- Stock text and photo

All other text & photos- Duane

1 Response to “Now and Zen- a 1st look”


  1. 1 barbara

    You couldn’t get more blonde than that – talking on a mobile right in front of the band!!

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