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Amy asked

Anniversary weekend in St. Louis

Spending a long weekend in St. Louis for our anniversary. Trying to pick a "neighborhood'. We like cool (old) architecture, great restaurants (farm to table type), fun bars (wine, bourbon, live music). We don't need to stay anywhere fancy as we rather spend money on food and drink. Would like to stay in a neighborhood type feel more so than downtown or suburby with chains - no malls, shopping..not interested. Walkable, but with options to be close enough to visit other "neighbourhoods.

St. Louis

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Soulard would be a great neighborhood.

Also check out The Loop and the Central West End.

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answered first by
Tina from St. Louis
Here's a few options to explore, you can research them online to make your decision.
Benton Park has a lot of historic restored homes. Check out Cherokee Antique Row in particular. There are also great restaurants like Sidney Street Cafe.
Lafayette Square has French inspired homes. Look around Lafayette Park which is surrounded by restored mansions. Sometimes they even do home tours.
Soulard has the Soulard Farmers Market. There are historic buildings mixed with new shops and restaurants. Check out Soulard Coffee Garden.
That should give you a starting point, have a great anniversary!

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Benton Park (attraction)
  2. Cherokee Antique Row (home goods store)
  3. Sidney Street Cafe (restaurant)
  4. Lafayette Square (attraction)
  5. Lafayette Park (park)
  6. Soulard (attraction)
  7. Soulard Farmers Market (point of interest)
  8. Soulard Coffee Garden (restaurant)

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