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Are you new to St. Louis and need a go-to hangout? Or are you a native looking for a change of pace in your entertainment? We’ve got the top nine best restaurants, neighborhoods and sightseeing areas for anyone wanting to enjoy St. Louis.
This historic neighborhood has been known for its unique charm for years. And with the latest development in the area, there’s something for everyone on the Delmar Loop. Find cute boutiques, charming coffee shops and food only St. Louis could lay claim to on the Loop.
Enjoy the downtown area surrounding our infamous Arch at the Busch Stadium. Catch a game, find a treat in Ballpark Village, then get your iconic Arch picture at this St. Louis landmark.
This longtime favorite of St. Louis locals has made a name for itself as the go-to diner in town. Not only can you get classic diner food and locally brewed beer, but you’ll also find live music and a packed calendar of events at Blueberry Hill.
The oldest neighborhood in the city, known for its French feel and laid-back vibes, houses live music clubs and a variety of restaurants. Known for its annual Mardi Gras celebration, this neighborhood is the ideal place to find a brewery or concert any time of year.
This nonprofit nature conservation area is known for its sprawling landscape and historical landmarks — the park has been open since 1876. With 1,293 acres, Forest Park is home to the Saint Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, and The Muny amphitheater. It’s clear to see why its known as the epicenter of St. Louis culture and community..
Anheuser-Busch’s legacy farm is known for family events and animal shows. With educational programs for their on-site livestock and a tour of Ulysses S Grant’s cabin, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Grant’s Farm..
Known as one of STL’s liveliest neighborhoods, the Grove offers everything you’d want for live music and great drinks. With countless venues offering live shows, great food, and local beer, the chance to visit the Grove is something you shouldn’t pass up.
This 600,000-square-foot interactive exhibit offers playgrounds for the kids, surrealist art for the adults, and plenty of architectural wonders for all. The museum is made of materials from industrial sites across St. Louis and is the perfect place to explore your city from the inside out.
You can’t mention The Hill without picturing the variety of Italian eateries there. Boasting history and fabulous restaurants, The Hill is the place to go if you want classic St. Louis with some classic Italian fare.