20 Minutes Away from Pizza Excellence

Time to go to Piazza

The Meramec River plays a key role in the city of Fenton, Missouri. Founded by William Long in 1818, he named the town after his grandmother Elizabeth Fenton Bennet. When a ferry boat was established in 1833, it became much easier to travel across the Meramec which led to an up-tick in businesses. Covering 5.5 square miles, Fenton is close enough to the city for the residents of St. Louis to take advantage of all it has to offer.

Known as the “City of Parks,” Fenton boasts 7 parks on 350 plus acres. The parkland includes fishing ponds, bike paths, volleyball courts, soccer fields, and much more. In addition, the Riverchase Rec Center is comprised of indoor and outdoor recreation facilities and offers several popular programs to stay in-shape. Home to some of the most prestigious soccer clubs in the nation, Fenton is a gem of a city that strongly supports outdoor family activities. Fenton’s family-friendly attractions and diverse activities make it an easy place to stay busy all day and work up an appetite. Whether you live in Fenton, St. Louis, or are visiting from out of town, if you’re looking for a distinguished pizza eatery with authentic Sicilian flair, head to Café Piazza – only twenty minutes from Fenton.

Café Piazza is a local St. Louis eatery serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Offering a full-service espresso bar, authentic Italian gelato, and savory Italian pie, the aromas on Café Piazza’s patio will transport you to the historic and picturesque streets of Sicily. The indoor atmosphere is equally as appealing, with a 1000 square foot mural on the ceiling that chronicles St. Louis’ unique past. Created by renowned artist Paco Rosic, this is a must-see, visually stimulating piece of art.

For a delectable slice of Italy and a fine glass of vino rosso, come visit us at Café Piazza.

Address: 1900 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, MO

Directions: Only 20 minutes away from Fenton, head east on MO-30 and drive towards the city of St. Louis.

  • Turn onto I-270 South in Sunset Hills.
  • Take exit 1A for I-55 North.
  • Take exit 206C onto Arsenal St.
  • Turn left onto Arsenal St.
  • Café Piazza will be on your left.

Our staff can’t wait to serve our Fenton patrons!