United Provisions Grocery & Eatery in The Loop Set to Open August 11

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United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

For a long time now, the most desired amenity for many people living near the vibrant Delmar Loop has been a grocery store. We’re now just four days from the August 11 opening of United Provisions in the $80M Washington University Loop Living project. nextSTL has been following the project from its first mention in early 2010. Recently, I was able to join a preview of the grocery and eatery. Ownership behind Global Foods in Kirkwood will run the grocery, and food mogul Ben Poremba of Salume Bedu and Olio & Elaia is overseeing prepared food.

Eat-in options are extensive:

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

 

A solid cheese and deli selection will no doubt be popular:

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

 

And there’s a full grocery with all the essentials: toothpaste, toilet paper, cleaning supplies, Urban Chestnut beer…

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

 

The frozen and refrigerated section is large as well. They’ve fit a lot into a relatively small space.

United Provisions - Delmar Loop, St. Louis

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  • Mike F

    Whoo-boy, some high-end finishes in that interior. Nicely done, though. That book-matched (I think I got that right) marble wall and the white subway tile are an especially nice touch. The tile reminds me of all of the buildings I’ve seen in the City which used to be dairies, bakeries, meat shops, etc., which contain(ed) the white-glazed brick. (Which, I suspect, was not unintentional). Gotta keep it sanitary, dontcha know.

  • matimal

    Great. How’s the City Walk/Whole Foods project going? Any photos?

    • Alex Ihnen

      It’s a big hole in the ground, it should be above ground level soon.

      • Michael C.

        Do you know the latest on the Church’s Chicken lot at the corner of Delmar and Skinker?

  • Presbyterian

    At this point, the Loop has everything you need for a fully walkable neighborhood … except a drug store.

    • kjohnson04

      Perhaps a urban-style CVS/Walgreens at Delmar and Skinker to tie it up nicely?

      • Randy

        With student housing above.

        • kjohnson04

          Exactly.

  • Michael C.

    Great news! An exciting development for the Loop!