In the heart of downtown Edwardsville, just 20 miles from St. Louis, is one of the region's most acclaimed restaurants. Cleveland Heath was built by- and for- folks who believe greatness can come from anywhere. While the eatery may not be in the big city, Chef Evan Bucholz is proving that "small town" doesn't mean "small time." We dive into their kitchen and community and learn why anyone who loves good food should be heading out to Edwardsville as soon as they can.
A dynamic father-son duo is bringing the best breakfast in St. Louis to South City! This week on Neighborhood Treasures, News 4's Maurice Drummond heads to Hatch'd, and meets a dreamer, a maestro of the kitchen, and the man behind the smoke.
St. Louis may be known as a baseball town, but it's also the center of the chess world! This week on Neighborhood Treasures, we take a look at the home of American chess, how St. Louis built itself into a global destination for the game, and teach Maurice how to keep up with the best players.
At Kyle's Sports Cards and More, the old becomes new again. With more than 5 million cards, thousands of comics, and entertainment memorabilia that spans his decades in the business, Kyle Claxton takes Maurice through the joy of collecting, how the past becomes present, and what it feels like when a heavyweight champ comes in to take a look
In the heart of Maplewood is a butcher shop dedicated to local farmers, customers and animals. Chris Bolyard spent years in the restaurant industry, and was inspired to give the region a place to buy meat that was not only of the highest quality, but was raised ethically, responsibly, and wouldn't be wasted. On this week's episode, Maurice heads inside the cutting room to learn about where our food comes from, and what it takes to make that process as locally conscious as possible.