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New Gluten-Free Grocer Seeks to Add Dine-in Cafe

Ellisville City Council to consider the request in June.

New Day Gluten Free Grocery and Cafe is hoping to add a dine-in option for it customers.

The company, which opened two weeks ago at 15622 Manchester Road, is seeking a conditional use permit from Ellisville to add the cafe. It is located where the former Beck's Gluten Free store used to be in Tammy Square Shopping Center. 

Garrett Beck, co-owner of the store, told council members during a recent public hearing that his business was one of only three or four of its kind in the nation.

“We want to serve gluten-free food fresh and hot,” he said.

The company offers freshly made gluten-free baked goods and prepared dishes. It also provides local businesses with gluetn-free products. Every Saturday, New Day offers free samples of its creations.

The council will consider the request for the conditional use permit in June.

In other business, the council unanimously approved Mayor Matt Pirrello’s nomination of Ed Aderman for re-appointment to the Park Board.

AIn addition, the council unanimously approved Mayor Matt Pirrello’s nomination of Ed Aderman for reappointment to the Park Board.

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