Thursday, March 19, 2009
Come one, come all!
Info from Michelle at the Firecracker Press:
The Cherokee Street Open House is set for Saturday, 4/4/09, 11AM-9PM. The event will feature boutiques, art studios, specialty shops with unique retail, fabulous food & drink, property tours, and live music!
Cherokee Street is fresh and hip! There is an overwhelming active involvement of arts, music, retail, food and people creating a vibrant energy and offering unique services found no where else! The Cherokee Street Open House is a showcase of the existing businesses that are operating up and down Cherokee Street and is an opportunity to promote retail sales, develop new business, and recruit prospective businesses to consider Cherokee Street as a location.
Participating: Studio 3211, The Firecracker Press, Kakao Chocolates, Jackson's Piano, Fort Gondo, Cranky Yellow, Diana's Bakery, Carillo's Western Wear, Carniceria Latino Americana, Tower Taco Mexican Restaurant, Black Bear Bakery, Hot Ink, Grafitti Lounge, Gooolll Soccer, FOAM Coffee & Beer, Retro 101, Mississippi Mud, Shangri-La Diner, Remember When Antiques & Collectibles, Hammonds Books & Antiques, O'Malley's Irish Pub, The Stable, Cinco De Mayo St. Louis LLC, JAD Productions, Music by Alley Ghost & Rum Drum Ramblers of Big Muddy Records and more!
Where: Each business participating will have their doors open from the 3200 block at Virginia all the way down to the 1900 block at Lemp. Live music at The Firecracker Press, along Antique Row as well as at O'Malleys Irish Pub.
Hope to see you April 4th!!!