We're so excited to share some of our favorite St. Louis restaurants and attractions!

Kaldis Coffee

Kat and Mick’s favorite coffee spot!

City Coffeehouse & Creperie

Yummy crepes, so come hungry! 

Kat's favorite: "The St. Louis"

Mick's favorite: "Nutella with Bananas & Strawberries"

Half & Half

Cute brunch place, always busy!

Ted Drews

A St. Louis classic…and by far the best frozen custard!

Pappy’s Smokehouse

You can’t come to St. Louis and not have BBQ! Other favorites: Sugarfire, and Salt & Smoke


Casual and delicious Italian spot—also easy for lunch!


A classic old school Italian restaurant – and a Weinstein family favorite!

Anheuser Busch Brewery

The original Anheuser Brewery! Take a tour and sample some beer!

Ball Park Village

A fun collection of bars and restaurants located across from the historic Busch Stadium (and home to the BEST team in baseball)!

Forest Park

With over 50% more acreage than Central Park, Forest Park is home to many of St. Louis' greatest attractions – including The Zoo, Art Museum, History Museum, golf courses, walking and biking trails.

St. Louis Zoo

The Saint Louis Zoo got its start as the 1904 World's Fair Flight Cage! It’s been voted one of the top zoos in the country, housing more than 14,000 animals across 90 acres within Forest Park...and it’s free!

St. Louis Art Museum

Located at the top of Art Hill in Forest Park!

City Museum

Downtown's City Museum is hard to describe. It’s a mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of found and repurposed objects.  It is spread across 10 stories and 600,000 square feet, but since the museum is constantly changing, there is no official map. There are a variety of exhibitions and attractions, including several slides, caves, mazes and chutes—basically an adult jungle-gym.

The Arch

Gateway to the West!