Great shops and restaurants, off the beaten path. Love this area. Not touristy at all. Near hospitals and Forest Park attractions.
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We spent and afternoon walking through the streets. We made candles, visited book shops, had a nice lunch and dessert. Multiple shops and restaurants.
I'm a regular at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center so I'm always in this part of town. I also get tons of complements on my glasses that I purchased at Eye Roc Eyewear that's also located on Maryland. Everything is walkable on Maryland and...More
We stayed at the Chase Park Plaza and LOVED exploring this neighborhood. The streets are pretty (Hortence!) we loved the architecture, the lighting and all of the restaurants, bars, book shop, unique stores and coffee shops, you could walk a mile and not get bored,...More
Lots of small shops, cafes, and restaurants in this district, including the World Chess Hall of Fame. It is easy to walk, the parking is sometimes a bit of a challenge, but only because some of the parking spaces are not immediately obvious.
I live in St. Louis. It's mainly young people bar hopping with a good meal. There are a lot of gays, cross dressers and punk types. It's basically almost anything goes. It's where "Fudpuckers" started before they respelled the name to clean it up (I...More
Great part of the city. Historic buildings, good restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Great place to explore on a sunny day. Considered the Gay Neighborhood but not super obvious like NYC or San Francisco.
Nice hangout for afternoons eating outside in nice weather or for nightlife in the evenings. An occasional incident outside with crime as it is closer to the city. Recommend traveling in Groups. of 2 or more.
Wonderful old architecturally pleasing homes with many terrific local restaurants and some shops. Bounded by Barnes-Jewish hospital and Forest Park. Has a different feel than many other St. Louis neighborhoods. Could come here for every meal in a visit and find a different good option...More
The Central West End has it all - fine dining (Wild Flower is great!), pubs (Tom's), upscale bars (Whiskey House and Sub Zero, to name only 2) and great shopping (Left Bank Books - unbeatable). Great for a nice walk, great for outdoor dining and...More