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Saint Louis Cellars opened in November 2007 and is the newest, hippest wine store in town bringing a myriad of fab offerings with its friendly atmosphere, cool labels, and wine tastings. In addition to selling wines ‘by the taste’—Cool, Rich, Bubbly, Sweet, etc.—Cellars has the best selection for the perfect gifts!

2640 S Big Bend Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Jenny Present Custom Jewelry broadcasts women's individual poise and style with personalized pendants. The Original Proud Mama line features hand-stamped creations, including the original Proud Mama necklace, bearing a meaningful word, name, or sentimental PIN number on a 14-karat-gold-filled medallion ($70+). Inspirational messages grace each sterling-silver token of the LifeNotes collection, or clients may opt to craft self-designed ornamentation with a design-your-own piece. Custom medallions imprinted with a word or message of choice dangle from an array of silver or gold chains available in beaded or box styles ($24–$50). Worn with one of the noteworthy pendants, subtle, versatile hoop earrings ($38–$72) preserve an ensemble's color palette without overwhelming their wearer.

7645 Wydown Boulevard
Clayton,
MO
US

Though a computer's bugaboos are as diverse and extraordinary as the people who own them, CAT Computers has determined during its years of experience that 70–80 percent of all computer issues can be resolved in an hour, while the other 30 percent often require years of expensive therapy. In an hour, CAT technicians will check your computer for viruses, spyware, adware, and other nasty cyber-vermin, while also dealing with any other persistent problems or annoyances you've been experiencing. Whether you're taking preventive measures to protect your computer or you’ve accidentally clicked on the wrong Google result while prepping for an upcoming podiatry conference, today's Groupon to CAT Computers will get your newfangled Babbage engine squeaky-clean and running at peak performance.

3247 Edgar Ave
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Don't let last year's nevergreen tree cast a spindly, bare-branched shadow on this year's holiday festivities. Deck your halls, windows, oven racks, and pickup grills with today's Groupon to Garden Heights Nursery. You get $40 worth of evergreen wreaths, majestic holiday trees, pretty poinsettias, and holiday gifts for $20. Put your Groupon toward the quality Fraser Fir ($45-$200) to impress your guests or stock up on bountiful bunches of greens ($7) and place candles ($4-$12) dangerously near your effervescent pine. This Groupon expires on December 23, so either get a move on your holiday cheer or stock up on gardening supplies for the new year.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

1605 S Big Bend Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Laurie Solet is named for owner Laurie Solet, who returned to St. Louis after years spent wheeling and dealing in Hollywood—bringing with her a leather-lined wave of fashion plus three ships laden with beaver pelts and exotic spices. Both of Laurie's boutiques offer a wide range of trendy apparel—including items from designers such as Melie Bianco, Black Halo, BB Dakota, La Mer, Amrita Singh, Candace Ang, and more, as well as Laurie's own private label—in an affordable price range. Pick up basics like an Alternative Apparel "Diane" Burnout V-neck for $45, and accessorize it with a statement Avant Garde "Pierre" double ring for $95. If one shoulder is more flammable than the other, keep it cool with an Ella Moss one-shoulder top ($108) and pair it with a Hobo "Lauren" exotic clutch ($108) stuffed with all your favorite toucans, dodo birds, and coral snakes. Otherwise, keep it light for a beach vacation or desert-island stranding in a Splendid stripe racerback tank ($50) and Free People cargo shorts ($68).

8228 Forsyth Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

CODI Jewelry is high-fashion jewelry hand-made by 32 year-old designer, COurtney DIane Hopson. She started the business 12 years ago making jewelry for herself as a hobby. She couldn't go anywhere without someone stopping her and asking where she got her jewelry. Now 12 years, 3 kids and 2 stores later, CODI continues...!

9218 Clayton Rd
Saint Louis,
MO
US