The local owners of Florissant-favorite de.lish Bakery and Cheesecake Cafe ask local residents to "vote" for them by simply viewing their interview on YouTube. We've got it for you, right here.
De.Lish Cheesecake Bakery And Cafe
Monday, February 4, 2013
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Jeff and Kristi Mullersman hope to put Florissant on the map by winning a contest that will offer their cafe and the city national coverage. You can help--and all you need to do is watch this YouTube video by Feb. 4.
Jeff and Kristi Mullersman, owners of local-favorite de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Café, began following their dream when they opened their small restaurant in the old train station in Old Town Florissant. The Mullermans, who also live nearby, invested 50,000 to renovate the old building, and these days, they bake and serve more than 30 different kinds of cheesecake. They also have homemade quiches, muffins, signature cupcakes, cookies and more. Patch has been visiting de.lish since it opened, and we’ve never been disappointed. The Mullersmans are always happy to see their customers, and most of those customers agree that they make you feel like part of the family. In fact, in August, the Florissant community proved how much they enjoy the…
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Talk around town is that the restaurant currently in the lead in the contest purchased YouTube views because it went from less than 1,800 views to nearly 50 thousand nearly overnight. Find out why it could be true.
In recent weeks, the Florissant Patch Facebook page has been abuzz with talk of a local business that has the opportunity to help put Florissant on the map—and to help grow their dream in the process. I’m talking about Jeff and Kristi Mullersman, owners of de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe in Old Town Florissant, who are nominees for a contest through Destination Guide's Best of St. Louis. Check out the Mullersmans’ story, right here. de.lish can win national coverage if the cafe gets the most votes by Feb. 4. All you have to do to cast your vote is to view an almost four-minute-long YouTube video. The local favorite was at or near the top of the list in votes for weeks—but then, one day, another St. Louis area restaurant suddenly blasted…
Thursday, January 10, 2013
The owners of Florissant-favorite de.lish Bakery and Cheesecake Cafe ask local residents to "vote" for them by simply viewing their interview on YouTube. We've got it for you, right here.
A Florissant couple is asking the community to help them take their business to the next level, and you'll barely have to lift a finger to do so. "We were filmed by Destination Guide's Best of St. Louis," said de.lish owner Jeff Mullersman. "They post it (on YouTube) and the St. Louis businesses featured compete for views." Mullersman said de.lish is the only nominee from the City of Florissant. "If we take the top spot, this would give us national tv coverage which is obviously good for us and Florissant," he said, adding that the community has been supportive of his business so far. "So, I'm asking for your help to bring some attention to it." The video will be live through Feb. 4, Mullersman said. Help out your neighbors and the …
Saturday, August 25, 2012
The local eatery beat out 11 other businesses to win another Patch title.
After being selected last year by Florissant residents as Best New Business, de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Café continues to impress its customers with a new triumph – Best Bakery. de.lish beat out 11 other bakeries throughout the St. Louis area with 50 percent of the vote to claim the title. de.lish has also been recognized throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area from Sauce to Feast Magazine. And the customers can’t stop raving about them either. Monica wrote on their business listing on our site, “We're on a budget but we make an exception to support this de.lish-ious local business. So far we've enjoyed their lattes- sugar free and not- and the pretzels and cheesecake. Can't wait for next spring, we'll be sitting outside and running …
Sunday, August 5, 2012
de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe is nominated for best bakery, but you have to vote if you want them to win.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Hazelwood School District is nominated, but if you want them to win, you have to vote.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
After being closed on Monday, these eateries are open for business today.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but lunch is the meal that keeps your fueled up and going for the day. Each week, Florissant Patch highlights eateries in town where you can eat for lunch. If you head to any of these places or others in our directory, make sure you tell us how your experience was and what you think of the place. You can learn more about the restaurant by clicking on the link. de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Café Address: 1060 Saint Catherine St. Price: $ Food Offerings: Soup, Salads, Sandwiches, Quiche, Bakery Items Lunch Specials: The restaurant usually promotes its daily specials on its Facebook page. Hendel’s Restaurant Address: 599 Saint Denis S. Price: $$$ Food Offerings: Salads, Sandwiches, Steak, …
Monday, June 11, 2012
"Florissant Patch" rounds up three locally-owned businesses that offer higher-end food options.
If you’re looking for high-end food choices, you don’t need to go to Clayton or Ladue. The City of Florissant is home to hundreds of small businesses, including several interesting, locally-owned specialty food establishments. Here are three of my favorites. Decadence for a de.lish price Craving a delicious slice of homemade cheesecake? Have a hankering for a Bavarian pretzel? Is a slice of quiche your ideal breakfast? If the answer to any (or all) of those questions is "yes," head to de.lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe, which recently opened in the historic narrow gauge train station at the corner of New Florissant Road and St. Catherine Street. The café has more than 30 varieties of cheesecake available for special order, with three or …
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
"Florissant Patch" rounds up advice from Florissant business owners who shared what inspired them to start their businesses.
When you're considering opening a small business, the first step is to decide exactly what you want your business to be--to develop a business concept. Whether you choose to go the potentially safer route and open a franchise or you choose to think outside the box and open a unique business, the first thing you need is a good idea. This week, we’re going to focus on coming up with your own original business idea. We’re taking a little inspiration from some Florissant business owners who shared the different ways they were inspired to start their own businesses. Girl Power Although she always knew she wanted to own her own business, Pretty N Posh owner Tiffany Jackson had a career in nursing. But after a conversation with a friend about her…