Very cool area, tons to look at, artsy & colorful, with many neon-lit signs and vintage/vintage-looking establishments.
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supposed to be this great street for shopping and whatever, It was cold on our visit but we didn't see anything that great. Maybe better in summer.
This is a strip of boutiques, bars, restaurants, cafes and smoke shops that line both sides of the street for about half a mile. There are plaques and stars imprinted in the sidewalk for famous people. At the shops, you can pick up a very...More
It was a very nice downtown area, and surprisingly, lots of parking. A great collection of stores, restaurants, music venues and bars. Very well kept and a nice area of the city.
This area has been discovered; plenty of people strolling, shopping, and dining every time we have visited. It is an interesting eclectic mix that appeales to us. Note that it's popularity is to the point where parking can be a challenge.
We walked the Delmar area after we got settled in our hotel. Very eclectic. Lots of panhandlers but also noted police patrols. Wide sidewalks with some really cool eating places and shops. Good for strolling. The planet info plaques are good reading. The walk of...More
Cool vibe, very eclectic dining and shops (kind of like Melrose). Fitz's is a great family place, The Moonrise is a cool, art deco hotel, and the Pagent is a smaller venue--great for more intimate concerts (although sitting is limited--expect to stand unless you get...More
Great place to walk around and window shop and eat. Many great places to get good food, and the soda place is pretty cool. You can get ice cream floats there. Very nice in the summer for sure.
We had heard so much about the loop that we took Uber out there. Not many shops, several restaurants, but was expecting a bit more.
I enjoy window shopping here whenever I an in St. Louis. I especially enjoy all the fair trade items at Plowshare Crafts and cruising the selections at Vintage Vinyl