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1705 S 7th St
St. Louis, MO 63104


Grocery Store Near Antonios Produce

Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1637 S 18th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 858-6100

Clementine's Ice Cream Company is a small batch micro-creamery located in Saint Louis, Missouri. Our process of using good quality local ingredients delivers an experience you surely won't forget. To enhance flavors, each batch is blast frozen and tasted to perfection.

Fields Foods
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1500 Lafayette Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 241-3276

St Louis’ Full-service Grocery Store for Fresh, Locally Produced Foods: Fields Foods is locally owned, locally operated, and locally focused grocery story committed to creating an inspired shopping experience for our customers. It’s in our nature to create healthier communities one bite at a time by providing fresh and healthy food options at affordable prices through partnerships with local farmers and trusted brands. We specialize in products that are pesticide-free, organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and natural in order to provide healthier, fresher, better tasting choices for our customers. We offer a wide selection of foods that are locally grown, sustainable, nutritious and made in large part by small growers and producers. And yes, we also carry many traditional options from popular name brands. We also offer chef-created prepared meals, wood-grilled pizza, salads, sandwiches and more – as well as a wide assortment of wine and beer, which you can even enjoy while you shop! Our team of friendly, knowledgeable staff guides our customers through a vast assortment of healthy, delicious products that can fulfill your comfort food cravings or inspire your inner gourmet chef – and anything in between. A Commitment to the Community The heart and soul of our business is about doing good and making a difference in our local communities. We aim to create jobs, support many local charitable causes, bring fresher food options to our area – which has long been considered an urban food dessert – and empower small and medium-sized farmers to get their products to a larger market. In short, we are a one-stop-shop for those who want to keep their support local and benefit our communities. From families on a budget to the most discerning foodies who want to experience more satisfaction from their grocery shopping experience, Fields Foods provides the fresh, healthful culinary options customers want.

Schnucks Culinaria
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
315 N 9th St
St. Louis, MO 63101

(314) 436-7694

Schnucks Culinaria
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
315 N 9th St
St. Louis, MO 63101

(314) 436-7694

1860 Saloon
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1860 S 9th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 231-1860

Globe Drugs
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1900 S Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 241-0967

Why would you shop at a big box retailer when you can support a local landmark and family store! Come visit us at 1900 S Broadway, St Louis - (314) 241-0967

Vincent's 12th Street Market
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2400 S 12th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 772-4710

At the turn of the 20th century, Vincent Hromadka came to St. Louis from Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic. While walking home from work at Heil Packing Co, he passed a meat market. Seeing the butcher eating chicken during the middle of the week., when chicken was very expensive, made Vince decide to operate a meat market as he did in Bohemia. In 1912 Vincent Hromadka quit Heil Packing Co and opened a meat market in the Bohemian Hill section of St. Louis at 1838 South 11th St. (S. 11th and Emmet St. in Soulard). The first Vincent’s Market catered to the Bohemian population in the area around St. John Nepomuk Church and Czech National Hall. In the 1950’s this building was razed for the 3rd Street Highway (I-55). In 1922 Vincent’s Market moved west to 1928 South 13th St. as a meat market with some groceries. The City of St. Louis street department widened Gravois, and the building was moved back into its rear yard. The address was changed to 1266 Gravois. (SIDE NOTE – The 50 Gallon caldron that was used to make fresh liver sausage was too heavy too move and was left in the basement, paved over and now sits under Gravois.) In 1937 Vincent’s Market moved again west, to the corner of 39th and Shenandoah. Vincent Hromadka Jr. entered the business. This store kept up with the times, by offering grocery, meat, and produce. They also joined a voluntary food chain IGA. In 1958 Vincent’s Market was on the move again, this time it moved east back the old neighborhood, at 1102 Park Ave. By 1958 most of the Bohemian people were gone. The old Hudson Show, at one time was a brewery and church, was remodeled into a grocery store, where it did business till 1963. (SIDE NOTE - While at 1102 Park Ave., Vincent’s Market was robbed by James Earl Ray. He was serving time at the Missouri State Prison for robbing Vincent’s Market and a Kroger Store, when he escaped. A year latter he assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis.) In 1963 Vincent’s Market built a new store across the street, at 1025 Park Ave, after the City of St. Louis bought the building to raze it for a park. In 1968 Vincent Hromadka III entered the business. In 1971 Vincent’s Market moved again. This move was to St. Louis County 600 West Woodbine in Kirkwood. The building was remodeled with a new front, floor, and display cases. In 1978 again the store moved to its biggest location at 2651 Telegraph Rd. in South County. On March 17, 1986 after a 49 year absence Vincent Hromadka III moved the store back to Soulard. In 2006 it celebrated its 20th year at the present location of 2400 South 12th Street. In 2004 his sons Vincent IV, David, and Steve entered the business. THE FUTURE To go with the full selection of grocery, meat, produce and liquor, more services, departments, products and equipment up-dates are planned. Vincent’s Market will still be a REAL NEIGHORHOOD STORE. Vincent’s Market is one of the oldest family owned grocery store in St. Louis, and looking forward to 2012 and 100 years in business.

Vincent's 12th Street Market
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2400 S 12th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 772-4710

At the turn of the 20th century, Vincent Hromadka came to St. Louis from Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic. While walking home from work at Heil Packing Co, he passed a meat market. Seeing the butcher eating chicken during the middle of the week., when chicken was very expensive, made Vince decide to operate a meat market as he did in Bohemia. In 1912 Vincent Hromadka quit Heil Packing Co and opened a meat market in the Bohemian Hill section of St. Louis at 1838 South 11th St. (S. 11th and Emmet St. in Soulard). The first Vincent’s Market catered to the Bohemian population in the area around St. John Nepomuk Church and Czech National Hall. In the 1950’s this building was razed for the 3rd Street Highway (I-55). In 1922 Vincent’s Market moved west to 1928 South 13th St. as a meat market with some groceries. The City of St. Louis street department widened Gravois, and the building was moved back into its rear yard. The address was changed to 1266 Gravois. (SIDE NOTE – The 50 Gallon caldron that was used to make fresh liver sausage was too heavy too move and was left in the basement, paved over and now sits under Gravois.) In 1937 Vincent’s Market moved again west, to the corner of 39th and Shenandoah. Vincent Hromadka Jr. entered the business. This store kept up with the times, by offering grocery, meat, and produce. They also joined a voluntary food chain IGA. In 1958 Vincent’s Market was on the move again, this time it moved east back the old neighborhood, at 1102 Park Ave. By 1958 most of the Bohemian people were gone. The old Hudson Show, at one time was a brewery and church, was remodeled into a grocery store, where it did business till 1963. (SIDE NOTE - While at 1102 Park Ave., Vincent’s Market was robbed by James Earl Ray. He was serving time at the Missouri State Prison for robbing Vincent’s Market and a Kroger Store, when he escaped. A year latter he assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis.) In 1963 Vincent’s Market built a new store across the street, at 1025 Park Ave, after the City of St. Louis bought the building to raze it for a park. In 1968 Vincent Hromadka III entered the business. In 1971 Vincent’s Market moved again. This move was to St. Louis County 600 West Woodbine in Kirkwood. The building was remodeled with a new front, floor, and display cases. In 1978 again the store moved to its biggest location at 2651 Telegraph Rd. in South County. On March 17, 1986 after a 49 year absence Vincent Hromadka III moved the store back to Soulard. In 2006 it celebrated its 20th year at the present location of 2400 South 12th Street. In 2004 his sons Vincent IV, David, and Steve entered the business. THE FUTURE To go with the full selection of grocery, meat, produce and liquor, more services, departments, products and equipment up-dates are planned. Vincent’s Market will still be a REAL NEIGHORHOOD STORE. Vincent’s Market is one of the oldest family owned grocery store in St. Louis, and looking forward to 2012 and 100 years in business.

Ninth Street Deli
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
900 Shenandoah Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 664-3354

Schweiger's Produce at Soulard Market
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
730 Carroll St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 588-1206

Started in 1884 by Valentine and Johanna Schweiger on a seven acre truck farm located at 4049 Neosho Street in St. Louis. Schweiger's Produce has had four generations of produce merchants at the market and is run by Scott and Christi Schweiger. Scott is the youngest of seven children and has followed in the footsteps of his father, David (Buzzy) Schweiger, a vendor for over 60 years. Schweiger's Produce prides itself on providing high quality produce at low prices. We occasionally run Lotto promotions and if the ticket for the Schweiger's Produce page wins the jackpot, then we will keep 10% and split the rest of the winnings with those that qualify. This isn't a scam, its just a small way to be able to change a lot of lives all at once.

Unc & Nephews BBQ & Grille
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
742 S 4th St
St. Louis, MO 63103

(314) 224-5772

Tom Jon's Catering and Deli
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
2660 Chouteau Ave
St. Louis, MO 63103

(314) 865-3800

James Henry Provisions
Distance: 1.6 mi Competitive Analysis
434 N 4th St
St. Louis, MO 63102-2602

(314) 421-1177

James Henry Provisions
Distance: 1.6 mi Competitive Analysis
434 N 4th St
St. Louis, MO 63102-2602

(314) 421-1177

M&L Foods
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1320 S Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 231-8055

M & L provides products and services to establishments all over St. Louis. If you've gone out to eat, chances are you've tried some of our products. We provide to: - restaurants - sports bars - private parties - catered events - schools - retirement communities - fish fries - convenience stores We're priming to move into our new state-of-the-art facility in Soulard. We'll be at 1320 S. Broadway, St. Louis MO 63104

M&L Foods
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1320 S Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 231-8055

M & L provides products and services to establishments all over St. Louis. If you've gone out to eat, chances are you've tried some of our products. We provide to: - restaurants - sports bars - private parties - catered events - schools - retirement communities - fish fries - convenience stores We're priming to move into our new state-of-the-art facility in Soulard. We'll be at 1320 S. Broadway, St. Louis MO 63104

Frandeka Meat Market
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
730 Carroll St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 241-7743

Frandeka Meat Market has been in business at Soulard Farmers Market since 1913 featuring over 50 locally produced items. In addition to products made in store, we also carry meats from across the country and around the world. There is a limited number of items available on Wednesdays with a full line available on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays. (items made in store are usually available Friday and Saturday).

Miller Ham
Distance: 1.5 mi Competitive Analysis
3345 Lemp Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118-3214

(314) 776-0190

STL BLT
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
2867 Missouri Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118

(314) 630-8022

Welcome to STL BLT! Launched in December 2015, by owner Aaron Wrenn, our truck is dedicated to serving up delicious classic and creative BLT sandwiches, created by chef Michael Allen, to our fellow St. Louis folks. We believe in showcasing what other local businesses are doing well, that's why we use as many local products as we can. We want to support local and be able to provide the freshest ingredients as possible. Enjoy St. Louis and you're welcome.

Kosher Food Truck STL
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
2632 S 11th St
St. Louis, MO 63118

(314) 305-6712

Kosher Food Truck STL is a social enterprise, which will provide a delicious and mobile Kosher option in St. Louis. We seek to bring together the Jewish community with greater STL over tasty food, and most importantly we will feed the 26% of Jewish families who are food insecure. This initiative was developed by participants in Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ innovation accelerator program JFACE. Supporting Jewish entrepreneurs in the community is a priority of Jewish Federation of St. Louis, as part of its mission to preserve and enhance Jewish life in St. Louis. To get involved with JFACE, contact Emily Bornstein at [email protected]

Grocery Store Near Antonios Produce

Stellar Sweets
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
Soulard Farmers Market, 730 Carroll St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 325-9750

Schweiger's Produce at Soulard Market
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
730 Carroll St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 588-1206

Started in 1884 by Valentine and Johanna Schweiger on a seven acre truck farm located at 4049 Neosho Street in St. Louis. Schweiger's Produce has had four generations of produce merchants at the market and is run by Scott and Christi Schweiger. Scott is the youngest of seven children and has followed in the footsteps of his father, David (Buzzy) Schweiger, a vendor for over 60 years. Schweiger's Produce prides itself on providing high quality produce at low prices. We occasionally run Lotto promotions and if the ticket for the Schweiger's Produce page wins the jackpot, then we will keep 10% and split the rest of the winnings with those that qualify. This isn't a scam, its just a small way to be able to change a lot of lives all at once.

The Sweet Divine
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1801 S 9th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(636) 942-2900

Cupcake Truck and beautiful storefront in Soulard!! Our bakery & storefront is located in Historic Soulard at 1801 S 9th St. CAKES, CUPCAKES, COOKIES, WHOOPIE PIES, PIES, COFFEE DRINKS & MORE! WE SHIP!!!!!!!

Sweet Success - Do Good Food
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1800 West Lafayette St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 440-3601

Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1637 S 18th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 858-6100

Clementine's Ice Cream Company is a small batch micro-creamery located in Saint Louis, Missouri. Our process of using good quality local ingredients delivers an experience you surely won't forget. To enhance flavors, each batch is blast frozen and tasted to perfection.

Vincent's 12th Street Market
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2400 S 12th St
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 772-4710

At the turn of the 20th century, Vincent Hromadka came to St. Louis from Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic. While walking home from work at Heil Packing Co, he passed a meat market. Seeing the butcher eating chicken during the middle of the week., when chicken was very expensive, made Vince decide to operate a meat market as he did in Bohemia. In 1912 Vincent Hromadka quit Heil Packing Co and opened a meat market in the Bohemian Hill section of St. Louis at 1838 South 11th St. (S. 11th and Emmet St. in Soulard). The first Vincent’s Market catered to the Bohemian population in the area around St. John Nepomuk Church and Czech National Hall. In the 1950’s this building was razed for the 3rd Street Highway (I-55). In 1922 Vincent’s Market moved west to 1928 South 13th St. as a meat market with some groceries. The City of St. Louis street department widened Gravois, and the building was moved back into its rear yard. The address was changed to 1266 Gravois. (SIDE NOTE – The 50 Gallon caldron that was used to make fresh liver sausage was too heavy too move and was left in the basement, paved over and now sits under Gravois.) In 1937 Vincent’s Market moved again west, to the corner of 39th and Shenandoah. Vincent Hromadka Jr. entered the business. This store kept up with the times, by offering grocery, meat, and produce. They also joined a voluntary food chain IGA. In 1958 Vincent’s Market was on the move again, this time it moved east back the old neighborhood, at 1102 Park Ave. By 1958 most of the Bohemian people were gone. The old Hudson Show, at one time was a brewery and church, was remodeled into a grocery store, where it did business till 1963. (SIDE NOTE - While at 1102 Park Ave., Vincent’s Market was robbed by James Earl Ray. He was serving time at the Missouri State Prison for robbing Vincent’s Market and a Kroger Store, when he escaped. A year latter he assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis.) In 1963 Vincent’s Market built a new store across the street, at 1025 Park Ave, after the City of St. Louis bought the building to raze it for a park. In 1968 Vincent Hromadka III entered the business. In 1971 Vincent’s Market moved again. This move was to St. Louis County 600 West Woodbine in Kirkwood. The building was remodeled with a new front, floor, and display cases. In 1978 again the store moved to its biggest location at 2651 Telegraph Rd. in South County. On March 17, 1986 after a 49 year absence Vincent Hromadka III moved the store back to Soulard. In 2006 it celebrated its 20th year at the present location of 2400 South 12th Street. In 2004 his sons Vincent IV, David, and Steve entered the business. THE FUTURE To go with the full selection of grocery, meat, produce and liquor, more services, departments, products and equipment up-dates are planned. Vincent’s Market will still be a REAL NEIGHORHOOD STORE. Vincent’s Market is one of the oldest family owned grocery store in St. Louis, and looking forward to 2012 and 100 years in business.

Kosher Food Truck STL
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
2632 S 11th St
St. Louis, MO 63118

(314) 305-6712

Kosher Food Truck STL is a social enterprise, which will provide a delicious and mobile Kosher option in St. Louis. We seek to bring together the Jewish community with greater STL over tasty food, and most importantly we will feed the 26% of Jewish families who are food insecure. This initiative was developed by participants in Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ innovation accelerator program JFACE. Supporting Jewish entrepreneurs in the community is a priority of Jewish Federation of St. Louis, as part of its mission to preserve and enhance Jewish life in St. Louis. To get involved with JFACE, contact Emily Bornstein at [email protected]

Unc & Nephews BBQ & Grille
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
742 S 4th St
St. Louis, MO 63103

(314) 224-5772

Herbal Pop Popcorn
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1111 Mississippi Dr
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 536-1948

LaJoys Spice for Life
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
South City
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 498-1721

STL BLT
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
2867 Missouri Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118

(314) 630-8022

Welcome to STL BLT! Launched in December 2015, by owner Aaron Wrenn, our truck is dedicated to serving up delicious classic and creative BLT sandwiches, created by chef Michael Allen, to our fellow St. Louis folks. We believe in showcasing what other local businesses are doing well, that's why we use as many local products as we can. We want to support local and be able to provide the freshest ingredients as possible. Enjoy St. Louis and you're welcome.

Oh My Goodness
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
809 Lori Dr
Boonville, MO 65233

(202) 262-9011

Bricfeasta Rollta
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
N 8th St/Market St
St. Louis, MO 63101

(314) 464-7474

Cake Iz Good
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
SW City
St. Louis, MO 63109

(314) 941-5944

Nicky's Sweets & Treats
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
9971 Lewis & Clark Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63136

(314) 496-3844

Ashley Hoormann Cake Designs
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
StLouis, St Charles, & Lincoln County
St. Louis, MO

Please contact me via email or Facebook. Pricing varies depending on size, amount of materials needed, and labor. Please be as specific as possible when inquiring so that I can give a proper quote.

Rica barbacoa estilo Hidalgo
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
SE Reparte a Domicilio
St. Louis, MO 63111

(314) 393-2188

Que Sazon Food Truck
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
801 Market St
St. Louis, MO 63101

(314) 775-7714

Que Sazón (pronounced “Kay Saw-Sone” which means “What a Flavor” in Spanish) is a new Mobile Food Truck in the St. Louis City Area Sazón is here to bring you an abundance of South American Style flavors! Try our delectible Empanadas stuffed with your choice of chicken, pork, beef, or vegetarian style. For something unique try our build your own Arepas which would be considered an “open faced taco” with various toppings of meats and sauces or vegetarian style of course! You will be amazed at all of the other fantastic and mouth watering items we have to offer at Que Sazón! There is nothing else quite like our cuisine in the St. Louis Area and we are super excited to introduce Que Sazón to you!