BMW Motorcycle Owners of America 509 Old State Rd, Ballwin, MO63021 This is a private BMW motocyle club in Ellisville on Old State Road. Please visit the website for information…More on dues and membership requirements.
Daily Special Cafe and Catering 505 Strecker Rd, Ballwin, MO63011 Friends and chefs Rich Kraus and Dan Triska opened the quaint cafe and catering company in the Summer of 2010. Located…More on the corner of Strecker and Clayton Road, the Daily Special Cafe and Catering offers daily prepared options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The large selection of freshly baked desserts and pastries greet its customers at the entrance in a large glass case.
J.M. Marschuetz Construction Co. 15 Truitt Dr, Eureka, MO63025 If you're a local resident who drives, chances are you've driven over some of Marschuetz Construction's work. Ever…More commute by State Route 109? Yep, some of their work probably helped get you where you were going -- namely the bridge at Woods Road. This company's focus is on highway and street work for governmental bodies, such as cities and counties.
Melfred Seabaugh is the owner of Seabaugh Furniture & Decorating, a furniture restoration shop located on…More Manchester Road just west of 109, and he has been in the furniture refinishing business all his life. Seabaugh started refinishing and upholstering furniture professionally around 1965 and moved the business to its current Wildwood location in 1975.
The kind folks at Seabaugh specialize in furniture refinishing and upholstery and take pride in quality work and craftsmanship.
Jack in the Box 16590 Manchester Rd, Grover, MO63040 Jack in the Box is a fast food chain, originating in San Diego, that offers hamburgers, grilled sandwiches, french fries…More and milkshakes at value prices. The Wildwood location is no exception and is located near the Schnuks Shopping Center off of Old Manchester Road. The restaurant has also put an American spin on menu items like the 99 cent tacos, egg rolls and teriyaki chicken bowl.
Legion Park abuts Bald Hill Road to the west, right across from Lions Park. Park-goers are able to…More make use of four unlighted ball fields, a playground and pavilion with electricity and grills.
Located within the park is a restored caboose, the William F. "Bud" Weber Community Center and the city's Parks and Recreation Department office. The park also has a monument dedicated to Eureka residents who've served in the military.