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Did you know that one of the best ways to get to know your new hometown after moving to St. Louis is to go where all the locals are? Well, you’re in luck, because one of the biggest fall events is right around the corner.

Make sure you are finished moving to St. Louis by this September 1st because the Feast 50 Awards are having their annual Meet the Makers Party. From 6 to 9 pm at the Roth Living Showroom at 2260 Ball Drive, St. Louis, sip and sample from your favorite restaurants, breweries, wineries, and more while you experience live cooking demonstrations from winners of the Feast 50 Awards.

But why should this be one of the first parties you head to after moving to St. Louis? To start, the Feast 50 Awards Meet the Makers Party will have all the winners in one place, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the best that St. Louis has to offer all in one room.

Snacks and drinks will be provided by:

4 Hands Brewing Co.

Chandler Hill Vineyards

Chaumette Vineyards & Winery

Companion

Kakao Chocolate

Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co.

Pappy’s Smokehouse

Pint Size Bakery

Planter’s House

Sarah’s Cake Shop

Schlafly

Seoul Taco

Square One Brewery & Distillery (Spirits of St. Louis)

Sugarfire Smoke House

Urban Chestnut Brewing Co.

Vincent Van Doughnut

 

Live cooking demos will be provided by:

Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions

Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria

La Patisserie Chouquette

Mission Taco Joint

Niche Food Group

Olive & Oak

Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.

Sidney Street Café


If there is one thing we have learned after moving families to St. Louis for over 25 years, it is that kids get bored. Really bored.

Considering the fact that moving to St. Louis is not exactly the most exciting thing in the world, your kids will need an outlet for all that pent up energy they have building up. When planning where to go, why not use their as an opportunity to show your kids why living in St. Louis is going to be so exciting?

Entertain your children while simultaneously enlightening them with this guide to the top three St. Louis museums.

1. City Museum. Voted one of the best St. Louis museums for kids, plan a day at City Museum. Between the funhouse, children’s playground, and surrealistic pavilion, your family will be entertained for the whole day.

2. Louis Car Museum. Providing motorcars, motorcycles, and airplanes to the local community since 1994, this is one of the best St. Louis museums to take any car-fanatics in your family. Once they get a glimpse of the 1956 Packard or the 1967 Chevrolet, they will realize how awesome living in St. Louis is.

3. St. Louis Art Museum. Are you looking for the perfect place to educate your kids while keeping them engaged as well? Then look no further, because the St. Louis Art Museum has everything you are looking for. With contemporary and modern art, large-scale prints, and a sculpture garden, their 225-piece collection makes them one of the best St. Louis museums.


It was recently announced that the development of a $45 million and one million gallon St. Louis aquarium is planned for Union Station.

For those who are moving to St. Louis, then get excited to have access to a half million-gallon shark tank any time you want. The opening of the shark tank at the new St. Louis Aquarium will make this the largest collection of sharks in the Midwest.

Set to break ground next month, the proposed project also includes hotel rooms, entertainment, light shows, a fire show, and a 3D experience. Aside from a St. Louis aquarium, plans are also set to build a 200-foot Ferris Wheel and to restore the historic train shed.

Continuation of the Union Station expansion is designed to capitalize on the recent opening and success of the Grand Hall laser light show and specialty train excursions. This is extremely exciting for those moving to St. Louis; attractions such as the Ferris Wheel will have 42 enclosed gondolas and rise 200 feet above Centennial Park, and thus provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity to view the city.

According to Bob O’Loughlin, owner of the St. Louis Union Station, “The St. Louis Aquarium will anchor the development that will transform St. Louis Union Station and reposition it as a family attraction destination similar to Chicago’s Navy Pier.”

The St. Louis Aquarium will be open 365 days a year from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., so grab your family after moving to St. Louis and head on over!


Want to know what the best part is about moving to St. Louis? Getting to try all the delicious food this city has to offer.

With a diverse and ever-changing dining scene, choosing where to make reservations first can become a daunting task in and of itself. Luckily, you have your St. Louis movers here to make things a little easier for you.

Check out this guide from All My Sons Moving & Storage of how to eat like a St. Louis local, and get ready to give your taste buds a treat!

Broadway Oyster Bar. Do you like live music, any day of the week? How about delicious Creole cuisine? Then make like a St. Louis local and head to Broadway Oyster Bar. Voted one of the best restaurants in America (that’s right, in the entire country), you don’t want to miss out on their fried alligator, boiled crawfish appetizers, and oyster medley.

The Crossing. If you are looking to branch out after moving to St. Louis, then The Crossing is for you. Inspired by the culinary trends of Italy and France, get ready to try fusion dishes consisting of vegetables, seafood, and meats. Some of the menu highlights include Moroccan-spiced lamb loin, yellow tuna parsnips, and Spanish octopus and foie gras.

Niche. In order to truly eat like a St. Louis local, make reservations at Niche; specializing in classic new-American cuisine with a contemporary twist, this is one of the best restaurants to go to after moving to St. Louis because it allows you to truly get a taste of Missouri. If you have never tried zucchini soup, quail with the eggplant, or red snapper with celery root, then Niche needs to be the next place you have dinner.


You likely know the meaning of the word vacation, and there’s a good chance you have just taken one or are in need of one before the summer is over. However, if you have recently moved to St. Louis, how about a St. Louis staycation? A staycation is similar to a vacation in most regards except one of course; you don’t leave your city!

In the Wallethub poll for best cities for staycations taken earlier this month, St. Louis ranked number 14. That means that locals have more fun in their own backyard than they would in almost all other U.S. cities. Local St. Louis moving companies understand the need for rest after a long move, so turn that next vacation into a staycation in our beautiful city!

The poll may have ranked St. Louis 14 overall, but for food, drinks, and entertainment, St. Louis ranked number 3! Plus, we have some historic and iconic sights to see!

St. Louis moving companies favorite the iconic St. Louis Arch! A towering beauty that covers the end of the city in awe, it is a perfect staycation activity for the family to do after moving to St. Louis.

Then, there’s the great music scene. Book a hotel in the city and spend a few days seeing it from a different perspective. You will discover parts of your new hometown that you never knew existed! St. Louis moving companies want to make sure that you have fun after moving to our amazing city, so turn your next vacation into a St. Louis staycation and fall in love with the city!


Big news for St. Louis! The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has decided to build its new corporate offices in St. Louis. The estimated price to construct the NGA West corporate office is roughly $1.75 billion. All My Sons Moving & Storage St. Louis wants to be the first to welcome the NGA West office to our city! As local St. Louis commercial movers, All My Sons is thrilled to move office buildings and welcome new ones that will bring more jobs to St. Louis.

The NGA director, Robert Cardillo, confirmed that the agency will make every effort to connect with the St. Louis community by partnering with local schools and creating a campus that is integrated with the local area. The NGA West will house 3,100 employees!

This facility won’t be the typical corporate office in St. Louis that most are used to seeing. This facility, often referred to as a campus, will span a large amount of the downtown St. Louis landscape and is planned to be a 21st century take that would blow other agency campuses out of the water.

The NGA is responsible for providing the Department of Defense and the U.S. intelligence community with up-to-date information regarding human activity and physical geography all over the world, to ensure that America’s interests are secured.

St. Louis commercial movers welcome the new addition to our beautiful city and to the 3,100 employees the office will house.


Last week, the All My Sons Moving & Storage blog reported on the boom experienced in the City of Clayton. It would seem that all of the new residential buildings and towers undergoing construction in Clayton are a sign of the city becoming a new downtown center in the St. Louis area. St. Louis corporate movers have discovered that office space in downtown St. Louis is about to increase as well.

The blog post last week detailed the construction of a $75 million apartment complex under construction but the St. Louis corporate movers now know of a $771 million investment from Centene Corp, a billion dollar managed care firm that hopes to create over 1 million square miles of both residential and corporate office buildings.

Originally, the firm had planned on creating office space in downtown St. Louis, but remained in Clayton after building a 19 story office building in 2010. The last construction of office space in downtown St. Louis was finished in 1989 and there since there has not been a single building put up.

Some speculate that this won’t mean the end of the busy and famous downtown St. Louis, but instead the incorporation of a ‘Megadowntown’ that will combine the two downtown areas into a large, dual urban area.

St. Louis corporate movers are excited to see the area expand with business and residents and we believe that the city as a whole will benefit from the new office space in down town St. Louis. This is an exciting time for all of us!


It would appear that the downtown St. Louis area is subtly, but not so gradually shifting places. The city of Clayton is a flurry of construction, investment and growth. All My Sons Moving & Storage reports more on this interesting shift and what the future holds for the St. Louis area.

The city is currently going through a boom in rental apartment construction that is changing the city skyline and, soon, the population as well. The most notable change in the skyline is the $75 million, 26 story tower that will consist of nothing but rental apartments. This is just one key feature that’s bringing downtown St. Louis to Clayton. St. Louis movers are preparing for demand to rise when the apartments are available. The

And St. Louis movers won’t just be moving individuals and families; plans to attract many more commercial real estates are already in the works as well. The plans to attract companies from the downtown St. Louis area to the new downtown in Clayton are going well but details are still limited.

Some say the move from St. Louis to Clayton is an easy decision to make. So far, Clayton does not have the issues that are common with most metro and urbanized downtown areas. There’s no pan-handling problem, no scourge of graffiti, and crime is not at levels you would expect from larger and more established areas like downtown St. Louis. Though the St. Louis movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage would argue that the downtown area of St. Louis is well kept and not affected much by urban sprawl.

But is that temporary? The future for downtown Clayton and downtown St. Louis is becoming clearer. The rental apartments increase and the future office buildings moving to the area mean that Clayton is going to become a worthwhile downtown area but the it will take more than that to disrupt the St. Louis downtown.


If you are a tea-lover like a lot of St. Louis movers, then you will be ecstatic to know that your new city of St. Louis can cater to that love. The residential movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage have a short list of some of the top tea rooms in St. Louis that are definitely worth a visit!

 

The London Tea Room: One of the top tea rooms in St. Louis for a day of chatting over a pot of loose-leaf tea, there is a wide variety of selections, ranging from Naughty Vicar Black teas to oolong to single estate black teas. There are also pastries and tantalizingly scrumptious finger foods, like the cucumber sandwiches that St. Louis movers say are a must-have menu item when visiting!

 

Maryann’s Tea Room: If you want to ramp up the mode of elegance, then Maryann’s Tea Room is the perfect place to turn to for a classy evening. The teas are extravagant and quite complex. One favorite on the menu is the Lychee with Rose and Almond infused tea. There are so many interesting flavors to choose from, not to mention the gourmet menu of dishes to compliment the teas.

 

La Patisserie Chouquette: For another fanciful dining experience after moving to the heart of Missouri, this is one of the best tea rooms in St. Louis to sample loose leaf teas from many countries in the world. Some of the teas come from France, India, England, and Israel. There are macaroons, fruit tarts, cream puffs, amoretti and many other selections of sweets.


After moving to St. Louis, you may have made it a goal to look and feel your best by working to stay fit and healthy. Upon moving to a new place, look at this period of your life as a fresh start to attain the level of health and fitness that you have always dreamed of. With these simple and fun activities, you are bound to be in the best shape of your life after moving to St. Louis.

 

Go for a walk. Walking is a simple, relaxing activity that anyone of any age can enjoy. It keeps your blood circulating well and it is the optimal opportunity to bond with a friend or family member. In the morning, get yourself out of bed and walk around the neighborhood. When you see the sunrise, you will have no problem making this a daily habit after moving to St. Louis.

 

Create a dream board. While this task does not directly include exercise, it is the means for you to achieve your fitness goals. Create a bulletin board over your desk, and write down your specific aspirations. Visualize yourself accomplishing these goals, and vow that you will begin striving towards them now. Every workout is progress, no matter the length of it.

 

Try different sports. If you stick to the same workout every day, your body becomes used to it and ceases to improve. Therefore, it is important for you to change the types of activities you do. After moving to St. Louis, switch up which muscle groups you target, as well as the intensity of each workout. One day, play a game of soccer and get a great cardio session. The next day, maybe try tennis and strengthen your arms.