St. Louis Cuisine

It is said that in St. Louis lives a food-obsessed community.

 Which is very probable, because it is true, that there's something good to eat in every neighborhood.

Readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine have praised St. Louis as home of some of the best Italian restaurants in America.

New Americans have brought their best cuisine to St. Louis where it's easy to find the tastes of Asia, India, Africa and Eastern Europe in the neighborhoods. These savory additions to St. Louis' culinary culture join Cajun, Creole, and southern classics that cruised up the Mississippi River and into kitchens all across the city. Buttery tender Midwestern beef, fresh seafood and quirky indigenous foods are common to St. Louis. Looking for quirky? Ask for toasted ravioli, gooey butter coffeecake, thin crust pizza or a frozen custard concrete for dessert. They're just some of the only-in-St. Louis delights waiting for hungry visitors.

If you are looking for some good restaurant try this site:
http://www.explorestlouis.com/dining/dinedowntown.html


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