When in a new city, explore! Eat and drink your way through St. Louis at these popular local eateries and craft breweries.
Places to wet your whistle:
Schlafly Tap Room is an alternative brewery with a comfortable atmosphere. It includes live music, a huge bar, and large dining space. With numerous brews on tap, the Tap Room isn’t short on local flavor, and its American and contemporary food menu pairs well with Schlafly’s signature beers.
This brewpub works alongside multiple food trucks including Seoul Taco and Guerrilla Street Food to provide a different selection of eats each day.
Urban Chestnut offers up local favorite Winged Nut, a chestnut-based brew, or a growler of unexpectedly fruity, spicy Schnickelfritz. A German-inspired menu features Bavarian standards such as pretzel bread, bratwurst and a German sausage and charcuterie plate, with vegetarian options as well.
Places to fill your belly:
From deep dish to thin crust, any pizza lover will find what they’re looking for at Pi Pizzeria. Oh yeah, there’s beer too of course!
Award-winning barbecue, fresh local ingredients, and 8 sauces to choose from. This tasty joint is right around the corner from America’s Center.
Located in the Mercantile Exchange and just blocks away from the convention center, Snarf’s is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sandwiches, salads, and your staple breakfast items fill their extensive menu. They offer a gluten free menu as well.
Over/Under is the place to be if you like sports. With over 37 televisions broadcasting games, you won’t miss a single second. They also offer a complete upscale-casual lunch, dinner and happy hour menu, and an extensive wine and cocktail list.
If you’re a breakfast lover, Rooster is a must! With favorites like egg scrambles, pancakes and, and brunch burgers, there’s something for everyone. If you’re feeling a little fancy, try one of their popular sweet or savory crepes.
Sushi lovers unite! Tons of fresh sushi and vegetarian/vegan options here.