As a suburban municipality, Webster Groves has its origins as five separate communities along adjacent railroad lines. Webster, Old Orchard, Webster Park, Tuxedo Park, and Selma merged in 1896 to implement public services and develop a unified city government. Since then, Webster Groves' tree-lined streets and abundance of single family homes have continued to attract people to the area as a "great place to live, work and play," not solely for the wealthy commuter suburb that early developers envisioned but for families that cut across all socioeconomic lines. The geographic and economic diversity of Webster Groves is evident in its variety of neighborhoods.
The Webster Groves High School Statesmen maintain the oldest high school football rivalry west of the Mississippi River with the Pioneers of Kirkwood High School.
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Located within Memorial Park, the 7,350-square-feet Webster Groves Recreation Complex features an ice arena, gymnasium, meeting center, an outdoor aquatic center (with a children's pool and the Spray Park Playground), and a tennis center.
Grab a glass or wine and Robust will help you find the perfect tapas to go with it. It serves different cheese and charcuterie plates as well as soups and salads. It has a day and evening menu so hit it up for lunch or dinner.
The Webster Groves CJ Mugg's location is at the corner of Lockwood and Gore in Historic Old Webster. Webster has a large private banquet room designed for special events and is capable of hosting one hundred plus guests.