In search of a better life, Pete and Sofia Panopoulos with their 3 sons, Lou 10, Trifon 9, and Jim 3, left Greece and arrived in the U.S. on September 6, 1966.
Pete found a job at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel as a banquet waiter while Sofia worked as a seamstress at a downtown factory. The boys not only went to school but also worked odd jobs to help support the family once they were teens.
Trifon eventually became a manager in the restaurant business. After several years of long hours working for someone else, he decided to open his own place. Trifon partnered with Chris Dubis. Together the partners remodeled and opened Missouri Bar and Grille on February 14,1983. A few years after the original opening of the bar, Trifon became sole owner updating the name to "The NEW Missouri Bar & Grille”. Being located near the Post Dispatch and other thriving downtown businesses,The New Missouri Bar & Grille became a popular watering hole for reporters, newsmen and local bigwigs as well as many "average joes" of St. Louis.
Trifon spent his days doing all that he could to please his customers by treating every person as though they were part of his family. Before too long, the bar known as "The New Missouri Bar & Grille” became affectionately known to all who patronize it as "MoBar". It is without a doubt that Trifon's huge heart was the reason MoBar became his second home and the second home of many more St. Louisans.
To our old and new friends alike , WELCOME BACK! With the love of our brother we welcome you to our "MO BAR" family.
Thursday January 26 2pm-9pm
Friday January 27 12pm-9pm
Saturday January 28 10am-9pm
Sunday January 29 11am-5pm
Whether you’re an avid outdoorsman or are just looking for a way to escape winter for the day, this is YOUR show! The annual 5-day event turns America’s Center & the Edward Jones Dome into a one-stop marketplace for outdoor fun— the best place to see and buy everything you need for your outdoor adventures! See nearly one thousand boats for every activity, lifestyle and budget.
The show features over 40 boat, powersports, and docks & lifts dealers located in and around the following areas: St. Louis Metro, Southern IL, Lake of the Ozarks, Table Rock Lake, Hermann, and Troy.
Shop the latest in boating, fishing and hunting gear, or visit outfitters and resorts to plan your next trip or book a vacation. There’s really no better place to shop, compare and save!
The Original 14th Street Artist Community 2701 14th Street St Louis MODistance: 0.6 miCompetitive Analysis 2701 N 14th St St. Louis, MO 63106
Cafe Hope -
Seeds of Success
Fathers being Fathers
What About us
Zuka Arts Guild
Grounded - Poetry
St. Louis Harlem Renaissance - Jazz
Contact Peter at [email protected]
Owner, Director, and Founder of the 14th Street Artist Community
STL CYPHER SUNDAYS IS A FREE ARTIST CYPHER EVENT PRESENTED BY IAM ART LLC
THIS EVENT WAS CREATED FOR ARTIST TO MEET, NETWORK, COLLAB, MOTIVATE/FUEL ONE ANOTHER TO PRODUCE UNIQUE WORKS OF ART!!!
WE STRIVE TO PROMOTE CONTINUED POSITIVITY & PEACE IN THE ART COMMUNITY!
Holiday Magic is a unique shopping and entertainment destination for families throughout the region. Now in its forth year, Holiday Magic is a family-friendly show featuring such entertaining options as: trackless train rides; live entertainment; shopping; full-scale carnival rides; a ski lodge-themed beer and wine garden; and photo opportunities with Santa.
St Louis Place ParkDistance: 0.9 miCompetitive Analysis Saint Louis Ave & N 20th St St. Louis, MO 63106
Vitro Seating Products is a St. Louis, MO based manufacturer of quality furniture for the Restaurant & Hospitality Industry. Founded in 1929 by the late R.C. Scott, Vitro's name derived from the word "VITREOUS" - a product similar to ceramic or porcelain, originally used in the manufacturing of refrigerator and counter legs, table shoes, and later on, fountain stools. Vitro began significant expansion of the product line in the early 30's to include wooden and upholstered stool seats, followed in the mid-30's by tubular steel chairs, folding tables, and suprisingly, gas ovens, broilers, and related accessories. The late 30's and early 40's witnessed Vitro bring in the "Tubular Chrome Era" with ganged chairs and sectional booth seating -- later evolving into fully upholstered booths and even a limited line of wood chairs. The 1950's introduced "Pizzaz" to the Vitro booth, chair, stool, and now table top line, which has continued to the point that Vitro has become the SOURCE for these now nostalgic pieces! The 2000's have brought forth many dramatic changes in Vitro since the early 1930's. In addition to the "Classic 50's items", the third and fourth generation of "Scott Management" has introduced a contemporary catalog, full of new and aesthetically redesigned products -- and most recently a new set of catalogs as well as a Design Department that are provided as a sales tool for the dealer salesperson, aiming focus at the concept of "cross-selling" this wide variety of furniture (Indoor & Outdoor)and services worldwide!