ST. LOUIS — The Loop's Piccione Pastry, open since 2013 at 6197 Delmar Blvd., will close on Sept. 22.

"We had a great almost seven year run on Delmar, and we definitely feel like the street continues to be legendary not only in St. Louis, but across the country," owner Richard Nix told Sauce Magazine. "And there are some great things to come."

The developers behind the City Foundry project in Midtown have added on to its list of tenants. Lawrence Group, the team behind City Foundry, has added a new event space concept by Butler's Pantry, a new office lease for Great Rivers Greenway and five new food vendors for the food hall.

Nix told Sauce Piccione's food will be available through Nix’s catering service, Butler Boardroom, a subsidiary of Butler’s Pantry.

Nix is also working on 18Rails, a venue at the new City Foundry.

St. Louis may be nationally acclaimed for its restaurants, but it also has a thriving catering scene. The 18 businesses that responded to the St. Louis Business Journal's annual Caterers survey earned a combined $71.53 million in local off-site sales. Companies ranged from the nationwide chain McAlister's Deli to the small, local Winslow's Home & Farm.

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