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Or got a ticket from the traffic police who hide on the eastern edge.I pulled into the Lubeley’s parking lot, which (unlike most days) was so packed I had to wait for a spot to open up. Louis family businesses (not on this stretch of Watson Road! On New Year’s Eve 2015, Yacovelli’s Restaurant said goodbye after 95 years. Louis Countians, including my family, who had so many family gatherings in the banquet rooms over the decades.So I snapped a few photos, soaked in my last moment at Lubeley’s, and went to Plan B for the dinner party: Federhofer’s Bakery.To be honest, Federhofer’s in Affton, MO has been my locally-owned family bakery of choice for two decades.As I headed up Watson Road, mere blocks away from the bakery, I came to another long-time St.Louis family business that announced its closing right after Lubeley’s: After 90 years, Rothman Furniture is closing up shop.

Without fail, the response to the news was, “Noooooooooo!

Lately, Federhofer’s has done quite a bit of interior updating, indicating they are in it for the long haul.

But Lubeley’s had done a major remodel a few years ago, and now they’re closing, so the usual signs of progress are not a given for independent, family-owned businesses.

Which is why I asked the young man ringing me out if Federhofer’s has felt the impact of Lubeley’s closing.

He said their business had doubled in the last few days, with tons of people walking in to look around to see if this could be their new bakery.

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