Herbie’s Vintage 72
Herbie's Vintage 72

Herbie’s Vintage 72

St. Louis, MO – (STLRestaurant.News) – Herbie’s Vintage 72, the Central West End restaurant that was conceived as a tribute to the neighborhood’s iconic dining establishment Balaban’s, will be officially moving to Clayton this fall. Selected as an opportunity to expand their operation and increase footing in the St. Louis community, Herbie’s owner, Aaron Teitelbaum, said they couldn’t pass up the offer.

As St. Louis Magazine first reported, Teitelbaum has announced plans to relocate Herbie’s in November from 405 North Euclid Avenue to 8100 Maryland Avenue, the address now occupied by Cardwell’s in Clayton.

Cardwell, open since 1987, will remain open until late October, finishing off a 30 year stint in business. Cardwell, owned by Rich Gorczyca and chef Bill Cardwell, has been promised inclusion in Herbie’s new operation on the premise. All staff at Cardwell has been offered a position with Teitelbaum come this November.

Herbie’s was officially opened in 2008, and has been flourishing with a large consumer base ever since.

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