Thanks for taking the time to get to know us.

Picasso's Coffee is a locally owned independent coffeehouse. You can visit us at our Main Street location, tucked right in the heart of historic St. Charles, Missouri or at The Streets of St. Charles on Beale Street. Whether it's your first visit or you've been here a few times, be sure to check out www.historicstcharles.com to see what kind of exciting things are happening around town. If you're a local, we hope you already join us for your morning cup. We don't have a drive-thru, but we take the time to get to know our customers and remember their drink preferences. Whether you're visiting Main Street or Beale Street, there's plenty of parking in our lot, along the streets, and nearby parking garages.

We believe strongly in supporting our local economy and foster a positive relationship with the community through support of local charities and arts programs.

Why the Art of Coffee?

It all starts with what is in the cup. Picasso's uses only the freshest micro-roasted coffees roasted right here in St. Louis. We are coffee people first and constantly strive to perfect our craft. We think you will appreciate our hard work. But we're not just coffee. Picasso's also serves fresh bakery items delivered daily from local LaBonne Bouchee Bakery. And Pablo's real fruit smoothies are made from real fruit, fat free yogurt and 100% real juice. We even serve lunch from 11am to 3pm every day. Try our Grilled Paninis or fresh salads for a healthy change of pace.

Join us in the evening and enjoy a wide selection of wines, liqueurs, and craft and import beers.

Try one of our famous Picasso's Masterpiece Martinis, or sample a slice of espresso flavored gooey butter cake with your after-dinner coffee. We feature live entertainment at our Main Street location Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8pm.

Thank you for your support, we couldn't do it without you.


Saturdays 7-10 p.m.

January 11—Warren Wagner, acoustic classics
January 18—Nashville Songwriters Association, songwriter in the round evening
January 25—Clayton Jones, pop artist and songwriter
February 1—Elliott Ranney, singer/songwriter


January 3—J. Michael, acoustic pop and originals
January 10—Elliott Ranney, singer/songwriter
January 17—Mike Feldman, blues
January 24—Chris Griffith
January 31—Rick Gray, originals

Sunday Brunch 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

January 5—Chris Griffith
January 12—Rick Gray, originals
January 19—Mike Feldman, blues
January 26—Elliott Ranney, singer/songwriter

:: Thursday at Picasso's Coffee ::
Join us for Open Mic on Main Street 7pm–midnight


We hope you enjoy the work of the talented artists who display their work each month at Picasso's Coffee.

Rebecca McGuire


Rebecca McGuire

ARTIST STATEMENT: I began painting at a young age, taking private art lessons in grade school, and classes in high school from Mrs. Janet Tony of Trinity High School in Carbondale, Illinois, and then from Mrs. Cindy Fisher of Christian High School in O’Fallon, Missouri. I continued my art education while studying at Lindenwood. I took studio art classes with Professor John Troy, who influenced my style by teaching about implying details in the style of Edward Hopper, and the importance of light and atmosphere.

I love exploring light and atmosphere while painting en plein air, or outside. The seasons and weather provide ever-changing subjects, especially in Missouri’s beautiful countryside. Being out in the elements to paint provides the most moving environment in which to work. Being able to hear and see wildlife, feel the breeze, see the light change, all have profound effects on perceiving the scene in front of me.