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Chesterfield is a city located in St. Louis County, Missouri, U.S. The 2010 census stated the population was 47,484, making it the fourteenth largest city in the state. Since 2013-14 Chesterfield has been undergoing a mass construction boom. Chesterfield was a site of Native American habitation for thousands of years. A site in western Chesterfield containing artwork and carvings has been determined to be 4,000 years old. Present day Chesterfield is composed of several smaller historical communities, including: Bellefontaine (French for “beautiful spring”), the town of Lake, which started out named “Hog Hollow”, Gumbo, Monarch, and Bonhomme. After a struggle, in 1988, the city of Chesterfield was finally established and has prospered as a business, retail, and transportation center.
A visit to Sachs Butterfly House located on Olive Blvd, is a can’t miss in Chesterfield. When you walk out into the butterfly room it feels exactly like the tropics and the butterflies just flit about and even land on you. There are over 2,000 butterflies in the building. One caution for people adverse to heat, the room does become very humid. The staff are friendly and helpful and create an experience that even younger children will enjoy. Another must is a stop by the St. Louis Carousel at Faust Park. Located on Olive Blvd, this is a lovely old fashioned carousel. It’s huge, situated indoors, and it’s a guarantee the kids will love it. Another plus is that it’s right near the Butterfly House, so you can kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. Both places and the historic homes on the property will provide a pleasant time for all.
With the unusual name of Annie Gunn’s in Chesterfield, this great restaurant is located on Chesterfield Airport Road and well worth dropping by. The potato pancake with bacon and a pear chutney or relish was a marvelous appetizer. The fresh potato chips with a salsa and bleu cheese sauce for dipping were also fantastic. The potatoes were greaseless and the sauces fresh. Also, the Caesar salad is absolutely delicious, and the beef filet well worth trying. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the service prompt. YaYa’s Euro Bistro is another very nice place to dine. Located on Olive Blvd, they have both outdoor and indoor seating. The food is tasty, the Collins Trout and angel hair pasta, and the beef carpaccio are particularly good. They have a nicely varied menu to satisfy almost any palate, wonderful wines and fabulous service. The staff work hard to make sure that each customer leaves happy.
For many years, “Chesterfield” was an all-inclusive place-name for a vast, unincorporated sub-region of western St. Louis County (called “West ‘County” by metro area residents) containing the unincorporated historical communities listed above, plus areas now incorporated as cities of their own (e.g., Ballwin). Chesterfield’s police and fire protection in the community were fragmented and sporadic, the former provided by St. Louis County. As the population grew, Chesterfield Mall and other retail and commercial real estate developments sprang up; however, many residents were concerned about the lack of quality public services, and that the municipal sales tax benefited the county instead of the community.