The Mud House

  • Restaurants
  • South/Southwest
  • Cherokee Antique Row

Warm, friendly spot for a great cup of coffee and numerous espresso creations, plus tasty concoctions for breakfast (biscuits & gravy, killer breakfast burrito, French toast), lunch and early dinner (sandwiches, wraps and soups; the portobello Reuben is a must).The Mud House features Kansas City’s Broadway Roasting Company for house drips. The rotating guest roaster list can be brewed in a variety of methods and include fellow St. Louisans Blueprint Coffee, Counter Culture (Durham, NC) MadCap Coffee (Grand Rapids, MI), and to come full circle, San Francisco’s Sightglass Coffee.The Mud House’s food and pastries are all home made in accordance with the café’s original vision. The owners spent a lot of time building out the kitchen, focusing on relationships with local farmers for their product. Breakfast and lunch menus are served all day long and include a breakfast burrito and a pork confit sandwich. Vegetarian dishes are prominent on both menus, such as the Breslin: curried lentils, two poached eggs, tomatoes, greek yogurt and toast.

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Gibraltars are excellent
Reviewed By barkus1968 March 2020

This area of Cherokee Street is historic and interesting. The staff at the Mud House is accommodating. They have two types of espresso. The pastries are excellent.

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Good for vegetarians, but I'm not one
Reviewed By tcchung August 2019

The Mud House was a place we came to as part of my friend's trip down memory lane. He liked Benton Park and wanted to walk around before breakfast. There's definitely a hipster vibe to the place with...

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Comfortable coffee and tea spot on interesting street
Reviewed By Easyg1 November 2019

comfortable, interesting place with excellent selection of coffees, teas, pastries. Friendly and stress free. Cherokee Street is one of the more diverse and interesting streets in St. Louis. Friendly...

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