If you love to cook, or eat, Larder and Cupboard is your new favorite store. We find the best specialty foods from the St. Louis area, across the country and around the world and bring them to you.
Our goal is to find the best specialty food products that you won’t find anywhere else. To do this we seek out small producers that don’t work with big distributors, and often we buy directly from them. We’re always getting new products in the store, and we’re constantly coming up with new ways to use our selections.
Celebrating 56 Years of Service…
Paul Crump opened Paul’s Market in Ferguson, Missouri on October 6, 1960. Dubbed “The Biggest Little Steak Store in St. Louis”, Paul’s Market began providing the surrounding community with the highest quality meat and grocery items available.
Gary CrumpIn 1977, Paul’s Market moved into a new building, constructed immediately behind its original location. Many loyal customers helped move the inventory to the new building overnight, allowing the move to take place without inturrupting business.
Today, Paul’s Market continues to offer fresh, custom-cut USDA certified meats and boasts the largest variety of cuts in the St. Louis area. There’s also our large deli meat and cheese selection, grocery and fresh produce items. Our staff serves up freshly cooked brisket, burgers, chicken and other items daily from the wood-burning smokehouse located on site.
Quality Leisure with Family & Friends
Established in 1948, Westborough Country Club is a member owned and family oriented private country club located in the heart of Saint Louis. Westborough offers an environment where you can golf, play tennis, relax by the pool, exercise, and enjoy excellent dining with your family, friends and business associates
The Missouri Athletic Club is a private athletic, dining, social and business club with locations in Downtown St. Louis and West St. Louis County.
Since its establishment in 1903, the MAC has been an influential organization in the St. Louis community beginning with hosting dignitaries and athletes for the 1904 Olympics and World’s Fair. In 2007, the Downtown Clubhouse was added to the National Register of Historical Places.
Ferguson Farmers’ Market is now celebrating another delicious season. This Saturday morning tradition brings you fresh fruits and veggies, picked within 24 hours of our market and brought directly to you by the friendly farmers who grow them.
Enjoy live music in a festive family atmosphere, and discover a wide variety of edible delights, including homemade jelly, farm fresh eggs, cheese, honey, spices, and organic meats. You’ll also find an ever-changing array of gift and specialty vendors, selling everything from cut flowers and bedding plants to hand-painted artwork and small-batch soaps.
If it’s homemade, handmade or fresh and tasty, you can buy it at the Ferguson Farmers’ Market!
Cellar House is our companion wine bar located next door to Bottle Cellars where we offer over 20 wines by the taste, glass, or flight. If you prefer a bottle of wine, simply choose from any of the 280 bottles on the shelf at Bottle Cellars and pay just retail + $10 to enjoy the bottle in the bar. In addition to wine we have a continually rotating selection of 5 beers on draught with another 24 in bottle or can, offer a seasonal cocktail menu consisting of 8 classic and 8 house cocktails, and have a full spirit list with over 45 whiskeys. The bar is open until 12am Tuesday to Thursday and until 1am on Friday and Saturday.
Our kitchen serves farm to fork foods meant for sharing until 9pm Tuesday to Thursday and until 10pm on Friday and Saturdays. We proudly source from local organic farms and suppliers when at all possible, including Eat Here STL, Rain Crow Ranch, Todd Geisert’s Farm, Salume Beddu, and Ludwig Farmstead Creamery to name a few.
We source local goods whenever possible. Thank you to the Missouri & Illinois farmers/purveyors that make it possible…
Wine Country In Your Backyard…
With over 20 years producing award-winning wines, Little Hills now ranks among the largest wineries in Missouri. Stop by and relax in the main dining area or upstairs in the loft, and savor the moment by tasting award-winning Little Hills Wines, produced from French hybrid and native wine grapes, all grown in Missouri.