There are times when you just need to get out of the house and away from the office to get anything accomplished.

If you live in the St. Louis suburb of Town & Country, or you travel through Town & Country periodically, then this list is for you.

Free WiFi is Just a Start:

I have a list of requirements for my WiFi spots before I’ll grab my laptop and head out for a work session. My favorite places have all 5 of the features below.

  • Free Wi-Fi (free)
  • Good coffee with free unlimited refills (coffee)
  • Good access to outlets (plugs)
  • Real food…not just muffins & dessert (food)
  • Easy parking (cars)

To help you decide where you want to take your computer, I am noting these features on my list below for the places that I’ve visited. Some of the WiFi spots came from jiwire’s Wi-Fi finder and some of them came from my friends on twitter, so they won’t all have the features rated.

If you see any free WiFi spots I’ve missed, or can give us any information about the WiFi experience on any of the places I’ve listed below, leave a comment at the end of the post. And definitely let me know if the information is wrong…a place is closed or doesn’t actually offer free WiFi.

I’ve also put together a map with the locations throughout the entire St. Louis area other than the libraries, Starbucks and the fast food chains.

See complete St. Louis region free WiFi list…

Free WiFi Locations in Town & Country, MO:

Whole Foods
free, plugs, food, cars
Both locations (Brentwood and Town & Country) offer tons of seating in the cafe, including plenty of counter seating with access to outlets (Town & Country location). Food…you have an entire grocery store filled with pre-made options, and a microwave in the cafe in case you want to heat something up. Parking is probably better than any other WiFi spot in the city. The only negative is that they don’t have that small cozy coffee shop feel or free coffee refills.

More About Town & Country, MO:

If you live in Town & Country and want to keep track of the Town & Country housing market, or you are thinking about moving to Town & Country, then visit our Town & Country Community page.

The page includes:

  • Homes and condos for sale
  • Foreclosures for sale
  • Housing market trend charts
  • School district information
  • Crime and demographic information links

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