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Guidebook for St. Louis

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Guidebook for St. Louis

Food Scene
Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar offers a terrific casual-dining experience in a stylish downtown space. The two-story upscale hideaway in downtown St. Louis celebrates artisanal beers and wines and craft cocktails.
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Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar
1004 Locust Street
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Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar offers a terrific casual-dining experience in a stylish downtown space. The two-story upscale hideaway in downtown St. Louis celebrates artisanal beers and wines and craft cocktails.
Bailey’s Range is an excellent burger joint.
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Baileys' Range
920 Olive Street
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Bailey’s Range is an excellent burger joint.
Kaldi's coffee is awesome. They have a full breakfast, brunch, and lunch menu, baked goods, and coffee.
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Kaldi's Coffee
808 Chestnut St
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Kaldi's coffee is awesome. They have a full breakfast, brunch, and lunch menu, baked goods, and coffee.
Blondies is a great breakfast and coffee lounge with outdoor seating too.
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Blondie's Coffee & Wine Bar
1301 Washington Avenue
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Blondies is a great breakfast and coffee lounge with outdoor seating too.
Roosters is great for crepes and other breakfast items.
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Rooster
1104 Locust Street
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Roosters is great for crepes and other breakfast items.
Drinks & Nightlife
It's hard to narrow down a favorite brewery in our city but 4 Hands is a strong choice for craft brews and is on the edge of downtown. Part of the proceeds from their City Wide APA go to local non-profit organizations throughout the city.
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4 Hands Brewing Co
1220 S 8th St
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It's hard to narrow down a favorite brewery in our city but 4 Hands is a strong choice for craft brews and is on the edge of downtown. Part of the proceeds from their City Wide APA go to local non-profit organizations throughout the city.
Thaxton is across the street from us, but for the speakeasy it's in the back ally. Ritzy cellar haunt in a historic building with a Prohibition-era theme, password entry & live music. Check their website for the password and to which nights they're open.
Thaxton Speakeasy
1009 Olive St
Thaxton is across the street from us, but for the speakeasy it's in the back ally. Ritzy cellar haunt in a historic building with a Prohibition-era theme, password entry & live music. Check their website for the password and to which nights they're open.
Sightseeing
We love our craft beer but can't go without mentioning that Saint Louis is home to Anheuser-Busch. They offer a free tour and tasting of their historic brewery and it's a great opportunity to see those Clydesdales from the Super Bowl commercials up close.
Anheuser-Busch Co
2700 South 9th Street
We love our craft beer but can't go without mentioning that Saint Louis is home to Anheuser-Busch. They offer a free tour and tasting of their historic brewery and it's a great opportunity to see those Clydesdales from the Super Bowl commercials up close.
We are proud to claim the Gateway Arch as the tallest man-made monument in the US. You can even take an elevator 630 ft up to the top for an amazing view. It was designed by Eero Saarinen who also designed those cool womb chairs all over Pinterest.
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Gateway Arch
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We are proud to claim the Gateway Arch as the tallest man-made monument in the US. You can even take an elevator 630 ft up to the top for an amazing view. It was designed by Eero Saarinen who also designed those cool womb chairs all over Pinterest.
Parks & Nature
If you only have time to see a few things, Forest Park is the best place to spend your time. It's the most beautiful green space in the city and is home to the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Saint Louis Zoo, both of which have free admission!
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Forest Park
5595 Grand Drive
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If you only have time to see a few things, Forest Park is the best place to spend your time. It's the most beautiful green space in the city and is home to the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Saint Louis Zoo, both of which have free admission!
Arts & Culture
Don't let the name fool you, this isn't a museum. It's more of a massive sculptural playground for both kids and adults alike. Don't miss the 10 story slide or the rooftop ferris wheel!
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City Museum
750 North 16th Street
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Don't let the name fool you, this isn't a museum. It's more of a massive sculptural playground for both kids and adults alike. Don't miss the 10 story slide or the rooftop ferris wheel!
Essentials
Named for the distinctive characteristics that make this hybrid urban market the perfect setting for a fine food and culinary experience. Inside, you will find a superb selection of grocery, wine, spirits, prepared foods, Schnucks pharmacy, health and beauty, household essentials and kitchen items. You’ll also find a large selection of premium items, many bearing the Culinaria brand signaling that it was developed just for you.
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Schnucks Culinaria
315 N 9th St
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Named for the distinctive characteristics that make this hybrid urban market the perfect setting for a fine food and culinary experience. Inside, you will find a superb selection of grocery, wine, spirits, prepared foods, Schnucks pharmacy, health and beauty, household essentials and kitchen items. You’ll also find a large selection of premium items, many bearing the Culinaria brand signaling that it was developed just for you.
Entertainment & Activities
We love baseball so much in this city that we built a small village around Busch Stadium filled with restaurants, bars, and a giant screen to watch the game. We also highly recommend catching a game at the stadium, just don't wear your Cubs gear.
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Busch Stadium
700 Clark Avenue
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We love baseball so much in this city that we built a small village around Busch Stadium filled with restaurants, bars, and a giant screen to watch the game. We also highly recommend catching a game at the stadium, just don't wear your Cubs gear.