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  • Writer's pictureBrian Klarich

We made the Riverfront Times "Shop Local at These 23 St. Louis Stores We Love in 2023" list!

Thank you to everyone who has supported us! In just over a year to get this level of following and this level of recognition has been amazing! All of us at Max and Moo's work so hard to create a truly unique experience. Thank you so much Riverfront Times for noticing our efforts!


Here is the excerpt from the amazing article...



Your average thrift store experience can be pretty hit-or-miss. When one’s business model is to simply invite the public to drop off their unwanted shit on your doorstep so that you can then flip it and sell it to some other idiot who will inevitably bring it back and dump it back on your doorstep again, thus restarting the cycle, that’s understandable. But there are those chain thrift stores whose names we all know, and then there is Max and Moo’s(11726 St. Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton; maxandmoos.com). A smaller shop tucked away in the corner of a Bridgeton strip mall, the family-owned affair offers a more curated thrift store experience, with a fine selection of clothing, housewares, jewelry, furniture and more on its sales floor. The store specializes in vintage goods as well, including the mid-century modern items that the masses drool over nowadays — think Green Shag goods at significantly more reasonable prices. Best of all, it’s all for a good cause: A full 50 percent of sales go to benefit the Angels Frontline charity, which works with existing nonprofits to assist political refugees and trafficking victims by helping to ensure they have what they need financially to get back on their feet. With that in mind, feel free to spend extravagantly — just don’t bother asking about the jukebox. It’s not for sale. —Daniel Hill - Riverfront Times


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