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The Green Door Inn Guidebook

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The Green Door Inn Guidebook

Food Scene
It's consistently rated the #1 burger in the city.
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Mac's Local Eats
1227 Tamm Ave
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It's consistently rated the #1 burger in the city.
James Beard Award winning sandwiches. Expect a line, but it moves fast and it's soooo worth the wait.
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Gioia's Deli
1934 Macklind Ave
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James Beard Award winning sandwiches. Expect a line, but it moves fast and it's soooo worth the wait.
http://www.soulardmarket.com/ For some great prices on locally grown produce, you must visit the Soulard Farmers Market. Only minutes from The Green Door Inn, you'll enjoy a sprawling selection of goods of all kinds. It will be one of your favorite spots during your visit.
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Soulard Farmers Market
730 Carroll St
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http://www.soulardmarket.com/ For some great prices on locally grown produce, you must visit the Soulard Farmers Market. Only minutes from The Green Door Inn, you'll enjoy a sprawling selection of goods of all kinds. It will be one of your favorite spots during your visit.
It's just that good!
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Bogart's Smokehouse
1627 South 9th Street
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It's just that good!
Their BBQ is some of the finest in the city. You will want to come back the next day
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Sugarfire Smoke House
605 Washington Ave
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Their BBQ is some of the finest in the city. You will want to come back the next day
Thanks to a 2018 James Beard Award nomination, Lona’s Lil Eats is no longer a hidden gem in St. Louis; luckily the food remains as good as ever. Inspired by the vibrant flavors of chef-owner Lona Luo’s native “hill tribe” in China, the dine-in menu includes fresh spring rolls, a spicy tofu wrap, housemade dumplings and whole pompano fish
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Lona's Lil Eats
2199 California Avenue
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Thanks to a 2018 James Beard Award nomination, Lona’s Lil Eats is no longer a hidden gem in St. Louis; luckily the food remains as good as ever. Inspired by the vibrant flavors of chef-owner Lona Luo’s native “hill tribe” in China, the dine-in menu includes fresh spring rolls, a spicy tofu wrap, housemade dumplings and whole pompano fish
I LOVE their donuts! You must try them while you are in town.
Donut Drive In
6525 Chippewa Street
I LOVE their donuts! You must try them while you are in town.
This is literally a few blocks from the AirBnb. Good chicken and you have to try their "Nugs". Short for nuggets. They are tasty!
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Byrd & Barrel
3422 S Jefferson Ave
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This is literally a few blocks from the AirBnb. Good chicken and you have to try their "Nugs". Short for nuggets. They are tasty!
If you're looking to spend a few hours with friends at a large brewpub , this is the place. They have a large selection of house brewed beers. You can also step up to the order line to choose from a creative menu featuring German flair.
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Urban Chestnut Grove Brewery and Bierhall
4465 Manchester Avenue
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If you're looking to spend a few hours with friends at a large brewpub , this is the place. They have a large selection of house brewed beers. You can also step up to the order line to choose from a creative menu featuring German flair.
Looking for one of the best meal deals in town? Head to Felix’s Pizza Pub in Dogtown, where a huge one-topping slice of New York-style pizza and one of 22 craft beers is only $2.95, all day, every day.
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Felix's Pizza Pub
6401 Clayton Avenue
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Looking for one of the best meal deals in town? Head to Felix’s Pizza Pub in Dogtown, where a huge one-topping slice of New York-style pizza and one of 22 craft beers is only $2.95, all day, every day.
At the Benton Park restaurant, chef John Messbarger mashes up dishes from New Orleans (a fried oyster po’boy) and the East Coast (a Maine-style lobster roll) to delicious results. With peel-and-eat shrimp, fresh oysters and Buffalo crawfish steamed buns, it’s a seafood-lover’s paradise.
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Peacemaker Lobster & Crab
1831 Sidney Street
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At the Benton Park restaurant, chef John Messbarger mashes up dishes from New Orleans (a fried oyster po’boy) and the East Coast (a Maine-style lobster roll) to delicious results. With peel-and-eat shrimp, fresh oysters and Buffalo crawfish steamed buns, it’s a seafood-lover’s paradise.
For more than 30 years, Tucker’s Place has been serving juicy steaks daily. Get a taste of why customers keep coming back for the Angus porterhouse, filet mignon or New York strip steak at one of its three St. Louis-area locations. For a dose of nostalgia, visit the flagship in Soulard, or any location for killer happy hour specials
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Tuckers Place
2117 South 12th Street
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For more than 30 years, Tucker’s Place has been serving juicy steaks daily. Get a taste of why customers keep coming back for the Angus porterhouse, filet mignon or New York strip steak at one of its three St. Louis-area locations. For a dose of nostalgia, visit the flagship in Soulard, or any location for killer happy hour specials
Located in St. Louis’ historic Italian neighborhood, The Hill, Anthonino’s serves an eclectic mix of Greek and Italian favorites, including one of the most iconic local specialties: toasted ravioli. Made in-house and filled with ground beef, ricotta and Pecorino Romano cheese, they’re a worthy rendition of the iconic dish.
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Anthonino's Taverna
2225 Macklind Avenue
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Located in St. Louis’ historic Italian neighborhood, The Hill, Anthonino’s serves an eclectic mix of Greek and Italian favorites, including one of the most iconic local specialties: toasted ravioli. Made in-house and filled with ground beef, ricotta and Pecorino Romano cheese, they’re a worthy rendition of the iconic dish.
Lulu’s Local Eatery plates colorful vegan dishes that highlight the flavors and textures of fresh produce in fun ways. The sushi bowl, for example, pairs watermelon “sashimi” with sushi rice, avocado, cucumber, radish, green onions, pickled ginger, wasabi and spicy house mayo. Opened by Lauren Loomis and Robert Tucker in 2014, Lulu’s recently expanded to include an upstairs ping-pong bar serving creative late-night eats.
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Lulu's Local Eatery, LLC
3201 South Grand
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Lulu’s Local Eatery plates colorful vegan dishes that highlight the flavors and textures of fresh produce in fun ways. The sushi bowl, for example, pairs watermelon “sashimi” with sushi rice, avocado, cucumber, radish, green onions, pickled ginger, wasabi and spicy house mayo. Opened by Lauren Loomis and Robert Tucker in 2014, Lulu’s recently expanded to include an upstairs ping-pong bar serving creative late-night eats.
Coffeehouse offerings in a hip setting with an alternative vibe & lots of reclaimed-wood accents.
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Sump Coffee
3700 South Jefferson Avenue
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Coffeehouse offerings in a hip setting with an alternative vibe & lots of reclaimed-wood accents.
This is another great cup of coffee not to mention a really good breakfast!
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The Mud House
2101 Cherokee Street
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This is another great cup of coffee not to mention a really good breakfast!
Neighborhoods
Use the link to help you plan your day. A great assortment of antique stores, eateries and culture. https://explorestlouis.com/things-to-do/neighborhoods/cherokee-antique-row/
The Cherokee district is great mix of food, boutique shops, antique stores, coffee houses, nightlife, entertainment, art, and local flare. There are a bunch of authentic Mexican restaurants and businesses. This is one of the most popular neighborhoods for street festivals and the music scene. From St. Louis Neighborhoods: "Cherokee street reflects an infusion of family-owned businesses and creative people who fully embrace the beatnik vibe that emanates. In fact, they’ve created it. "Art spaces, blank spaces, storefronts, parks, sides of buildings and even sidewalks are canvases for the artists, musicians and residents who eat, play, work, create and live on Cherokee Street. "Pop-up beach bars and dumpster pool parties belie the undercurrent of vibrant energy that is Cherokee Street. "
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Cherokee Street
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The Cherokee district is great mix of food, boutique shops, antique stores, coffee houses, nightlife, entertainment, art, and local flare. There are a bunch of authentic Mexican restaurants and businesses. This is one of the most popular neighborhoods for street festivals and the music scene. From St. Louis Neighborhoods: "Cherokee street reflects an infusion of family-owned businesses and creative people who fully embrace the beatnik vibe that emanates. In fact, they’ve created it. "Art spaces, blank spaces, storefronts, parks, sides of buildings and even sidewalks are canvases for the artists, musicians and residents who eat, play, work, create and live on Cherokee Street. "Pop-up beach bars and dumpster pool parties belie the undercurrent of vibrant energy that is Cherokee Street. "
https://explorestlouis.com/things-to-do/neighborhoods/lafayette-square/
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Lafayette Square
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https://explorestlouis.com/things-to-do/neighborhoods/lafayette-square/
Here's a link to the article where Forbes Magazine named St. Louis as one of the best places to visit in 2020. https://www.kmov.com/news/forbes-names-st-louis-one-of-the-best-places-to/article_e9695e1e-2ca4-11ea-b1fc-277f895d5df9.html
St. Louis
Here's a link to the article where Forbes Magazine named St. Louis as one of the best places to visit in 2020. https://www.kmov.com/news/forbes-names-st-louis-one-of-the-best-places-to/article_e9695e1e-2ca4-11ea-b1fc-277f895d5df9.html
I call Soulard "The Little French Quarter" because it reminds me so much of the french quarter in New Orleans, LA. You'll love the french architecture, the people and the food! St. Louis claims to have the biggest Mardi Gras event outside of New Orleans. It all goes down in Soulard, St. Louis' Mardi Gras hub, but there are a number of other balls and parades that take place all over town. St. Louis prides itself on the New Orleans-style cuisine it offers during Mardi Gras and there are plenty of highly recommended restaurants where you can enjoy it. If you'll be traveling with kids, try celebrating at the St. Louis Zoo. Admission is free and kids can make masks, listen to music, and join in a special parade.
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Soulard
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I call Soulard "The Little French Quarter" because it reminds me so much of the french quarter in New Orleans, LA. You'll love the french architecture, the people and the food! St. Louis claims to have the biggest Mardi Gras event outside of New Orleans. It all goes down in Soulard, St. Louis' Mardi Gras hub, but there are a number of other balls and parades that take place all over town. St. Louis prides itself on the New Orleans-style cuisine it offers during Mardi Gras and there are plenty of highly recommended restaurants where you can enjoy it. If you'll be traveling with kids, try celebrating at the St. Louis Zoo. Admission is free and kids can make masks, listen to music, and join in a special parade.
An exciting new shopping experience is currently in the making near downtown St. Louis. The City Foundry. Copy and paste the link into your web browser to explore. https://www.cityscene-stl.com/post/a-look-inside-city-foundry-stl Downtown has so much more to offer. Here's a link to guide you: https://downtownstl.org/events/
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Downtown
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An exciting new shopping experience is currently in the making near downtown St. Louis. The City Foundry. Copy and paste the link into your web browser to explore. https://www.cityscene-stl.com/post/a-look-inside-city-foundry-stl Downtown has so much more to offer. Here's a link to guide you: https://downtownstl.org/events/
I love Tower Grove Park. There is so much beauty there to explore. Find some time to plan a walk and bring your camera. The park hosts Food Truck Friday's, Festival Of Nations, as well as other festivals around the year. I used to live in the Tower Grove neighborhood. My house actually faced the park so I enjoyed the views just sitting on my front porch.
Tower Grove
I love Tower Grove Park. There is so much beauty there to explore. Find some time to plan a walk and bring your camera. The park hosts Food Truck Friday's, Festival Of Nations, as well as other festivals around the year. I used to live in the Tower Grove neighborhood. My house actually faced the park so I enjoyed the views just sitting on my front porch.
Opened in 1876, this 1,371-acre park includes 4 museums, a zoo, athletic fields & golf courses. It will be one of your favorite destinations for sure. Bring your camera!
Living World Building-St. Louis Zoo
Opened in 1876, this 1,371-acre park includes 4 museums, a zoo, athletic fields & golf courses. It will be one of your favorite destinations for sure. Bring your camera!
Sightseeing
https://explorestlouis.com/things-to-do/neighborhoods/lafayette-square/ Click on the link to explore!
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Lafayette Square
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https://explorestlouis.com/things-to-do/neighborhoods/lafayette-square/ Click on the link to explore!
Our City Museum was just named one of the top 10 museums to experience in the country. Here's the link to that article: https://www.10best.com/interests/galleries-venues/10-of-the-best-unique-museums-around-the-united-states/
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City Museum
750 North 16th Street
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Our City Museum was just named one of the top 10 museums to experience in the country. Here's the link to that article: https://www.10best.com/interests/galleries-venues/10-of-the-best-unique-museums-around-the-united-states/
The St. Louis Zoo is one of the best FREE zoo's in the country. It's a must see while you are here. Here's the link to the Zoo's website: https://www.stlzoo.org/
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Saint Louis Zoo
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The St. Louis Zoo is one of the best FREE zoo's in the country. It's a must see while you are here. Here's the link to the Zoo's website: https://www.stlzoo.org/
Do you want to see how they make the beer? Come check out the Brewery tour! You get 2 free beers at the end of the tour. Here's a link to the website: https://www.budweisertours.com/locations/st-louis-missouri.html
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Budweiser Brewery Experience
1200 Lynch St
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Do you want to see how they make the beer? Come check out the Brewery tour! You get 2 free beers at the end of the tour. Here's a link to the website: https://www.budweisertours.com/locations/st-louis-missouri.html
Boasting 10 area locations, each café offers a unique menu, but you’ll find the same commitment to quality coffee, including cold brew and seasonal lattes
Kaldi's Coffee
52 N Euclid Ave
Boasting 10 area locations, each café offers a unique menu, but you’ll find the same commitment to quality coffee, including cold brew and seasonal lattes
Explore The City
https://www.feastmagazine.com/events/st_louis_events/#/
Here's a great link to guide you to upcoming events in the St. Louis area this year. https://www.feastmagazine.com/events/st_louis_events/#/
Explore St. Louis
701 Convention Plaza
Here's a great link to guide you to upcoming events in the St. Louis area this year. https://www.feastmagazine.com/events/st_louis_events/#/
If you're staying for the weekend, you really should visit the Historic Soulard Market. The market is one of the oldest farmers markets in the United States that traces back to an open air farmer's market in the area that began in 1779. Soulard Market moved to its present location at 730 Carrol Street in 1838.
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Soulard Farmers Market
730 Carroll St
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If you're staying for the weekend, you really should visit the Historic Soulard Market. The market is one of the oldest farmers markets in the United States that traces back to an open air farmer's market in the area that began in 1779. Soulard Market moved to its present location at 730 Carrol Street in 1838.