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When you’ve spent too much time drinking wine on a bar stool, head to Narwhal’s in Central West End for a big selection of boozy slushies.

Narwhal’s Crafted Urban Ice
Central West End
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The Crow’s Nest is a bar in Maplewood that’s perfect for a first date or a low key night - with beer specials, pinball machines, and bar food.

The Crow’s Nest
Maplewood
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Eating at The Piccadilly at Manhattan in Maplewood is a little like eating at home, with comfort food, a patio, and a friendly staff.

The Piccadilly At Manhattan
Maplewood
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STL

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Pi Pizzeria serves some of our favorite pizza in the city, and we’re especially fans of their Delmar Loop location for the outdoor seating.

Pi Pizzeria
Delmar Loop
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The Fountain on Locust is a Midtown an old school spot with diner classics and specialty ice cream cocktails.

Fountain On Locust
Midtown
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Hi-Pointe Drive-In in Richmond Heights is a great place to grab a burger or sandwich before going to the Hi-Pointe cinema nearby.

Hi-Pointe Drive-in
Hi-Pointe
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With indoor and outdoor seating and the large menu, Wild Flower in Central West End is a great option with a group for dinner or brunch.

Wild Flower Restaurant, Bar & Catering
Central West End
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Cafe Natasha is both a gin bar and a restaurant, so head to this Tower Grove spot for a gin cocktail and some authentic Persian food.

Cafe Natasha’s
Tower Grove
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STL

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Brasserie in the Central West End is our favorite spot for authentic French food that isn't excessively expensive.

Brasserie
Central West End
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STL

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When you need an spot to bring a date or your parents, head to I Fratellini in Clayton for very good Italian food and a long, affordable wine list.

I Fratellini
Clayton
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STL

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If you’re looking for barbecue but don’t want to eat standing up off a paper plate, head to Salt and Smoke for a sit down meal full of the classics.

Salt + Smoke
Delmar Loop
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Warm weather means cold treats, and if you’re not eating frozen custard at Mr. Wizard’s in Richmond Heights, you’re doing it wrong.

Mr. Wizard’s Frozen Custard And Yogurt
Richmond Heights
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Crown Candy Kitchen in Downtown is an old school diner serving luncheonette classics like a massive BLT and malted milkshakes.

Crown Candy Kitchen
Downtown
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Spend a whole day at Broadway Oyster Bar in Downtown: eat and drink New Orleans classics on their patio and then stay for the nightly live music.

Broadway Oyster Bar
Downtown
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With a jukebox collection and basement music venue, Blueberry Hill in the Delmap Loop is a great for kids during the day and just adults at night.

Blueberry Hill
Delmar Loop
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If you only eat barbecue once, make sure it’s at Pappy’s in Midtown, and don’t leave without the house specialty ribs.

Pappy’s Smokehouse
Midtown
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