One of the several auto showrooms that make up Locust Street’s Historic Automotive Row was built in 1916. Joy Grdnic acquired this structure in 2005, and from there, she embarked on an unbelievable adventure that resulted in the beautiful Fountain on Locust, which opened its doors in 2008. The Supreme Car Co., which sold the Stutz Blackhawk and the Stutz Bearcat, two of the day’s top-of-the-line, high-performance sports cars, was located in the Fountain on Locust building. Two automobiles were typically on exhibit; if you wanted one, a customer’s order would be built in the back garage area.
The staff at The Fountain make their own handcrafted ice cream sauces, chocolates, and other delectably distinctive, freshly made-from-scratch products with the same meticulous attention to detail that went into each custom-built Stutz. Each time you return, anticipate receiving higher-quality service and leaving with a heart and stomach that are both full.
Try one of The Fountain’s trademark mocktails whether you’re there for lunch or supper, business or romance. The Baby Bellini can take you to Paris without leaving Midtown St. Louis with its white peach puree and ginger ale combination. They also have an Orange Blossom Special that just hits the right note with ginger ale, orange sherbet, a dollop of housemade whipped cream, and candied orange peel.
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