St. Louis restaurant chain opening O'Fallon location

July 22, 2013 

A St. Louis restaurant chain will open its first metro-east location next week in O'Fallon.

Syberg's Family Restaurant moved into 1310 Central Park Drive, where Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon closed last fall. Its first day open is July 31.

The menu includes burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, chicken wings, steak, fish and pizza. Syberg's has four restaurants across the river in downtown St. Louis at 2211 Market St., 7802 Gravois Road in St. Louis, 2430 Old Dorsett Road in Maryland Heights, Mo. and 17392 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield, Mo.

A Thai restaurant in O'Fallon is under new ownership. Elsa and Felix Soto are the new owners of Thip's Thai Restaurant at 701 W. U.S. 50. You can call them at 632-8500.

Effinger Garden Center has taken over the former Plants-N-More at 1201 N. Illinois St. in Swansea. You can still find Effinger Garden Center at 720 S. 11th St. in Belleville. Their number is 234-4600 and the website is effingergarden.com.

A new graphic design studio and home decor store has come to Lebanon. Design 5 is now at 218 West St. Louis St., where you can find tables and chairs, lamps, gifts and holiday decor. You can call them at 537-4555 or find out more online at www.design5online.com.

Smiling Ma is a new online consignment business in Columbia. By calling 972-4642, you can make an appointment to bring your unwanted items to 207 N. Main St., Suite 103D. Find out more online at www.smilingma.com.

And finally, Certified Title and Escrow Inc. in Edwardsville, Troy and Highland has partnered with Sivia Business and Legal Services PC, which has offices in Edwardsville and Alton. Together, the two will provide more locations and expertise to help clients reduce overall costs when dealing real estate issues. You can reach Certified Title & Escrow at 526-0138 and Sivia Business and Legal Services at 659-4499.

Contact reporter Will Buss at wbuss@bnd.com or 239-2526.

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