Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Today I stumbled on a new business in The Grove neighborhood.

I was dropping of my dogs at the K9 Athletic Club to have my foster dog Padme evaluated by their trainer, and I noticed the sign for Amy’s Corner Bakeshop on the same corner.

The stylish sign and promise of some freshly baked treats enticed me inside.

What I found was wonderful.

The owner, Amy, and her employee behind the counter were both really friendly and happily agreed to let me take pictures.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

They have been open for 1 week today, and right now their menu is limited to drinks and baked goods. Once they get more established, they might add more menu items.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

I can’t imagine what 8 month pregnant Amy was thinking when she timed the opening of this business just before having a baby, but I’m certainly glad it was open today.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

The cinnamon roll I purchased was delicious. I find most cinnamon rolls are too crusty on the outside…I like the soft interior pieces. Amy’s cinnamon rolls are soft all the way around. It’s hard to believe that they only charge $1.25 for these given they take 6 hours to make.

I also like the size. Big enough to satisfy my sweet tooth but not so big that you wipe out your daily allotment of calories in one sitting.

They also had lemon bars, scones, mini-cupcakes, cookies, cakes and tiramisu in the case. I got the impression that what is in the case may change from day to day.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Prices are really reasonable too.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

The Bakeshop is in a wonderful architectural gem, located at the corner of Taylor and Chouteau.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Here are a few more pictures I snapped while I was there.

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Serving Kaldi’s coffee

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Kid friendly

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouisDining room

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

Current hours are posted on notebook paper on the door

Exploring St. Louis: Amy's Corner Bakeshop - Arch City Homes #stlouis

The Grove logo is painted on 2 sides of the building

Amy’s Corner Bakeshop is off the beaten path, a few blocks away from the bustling business strip on Manchester Road.

If you are in the area, please support this new business by stopping in for a coffee or treat. You can also help get the word out about this new locally owned small business by telling your friends, sharing this article and pinning it to Pinterest.

Amy’s Corner Bakeshop
4476 Chouteau Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
314-371-2253
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Karen Goodman leads the Arch City Homes Team with Circa Properties, assisting home sellers and buyers in St. Louis, MO. In order to provide the best possible service to her clients, Karen works with a limited number of clients at a time.