Where to Eat
St. Louis is an arts town. There’s no doubt about that. But the food scene here is also a thing of beauty. Craving a crepe before strolling through a sculpture park? We have you covered. Searching for a satisfying lunch before a day at the music festival? Plenty of places to fuel up. Jazzed about treating yourself to a memorable meal at a restaurant recognized by the James Beard Foundation before heading to the theatre? You have options.
This is not a well-kept secret. When Food & Wine asked their readers to pick the next big food city, they lovingly picked The Lou. The New York Times also weighed in on what you can count on when mingling cuisine with culture during your visit.
St. Louis is a community of creators, and that includes delicious eats.
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