STL In The Fall

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The Gateway to the West is home to something for everyone, from local eateries to attractions found throughout the city. Here’s a preview of what’s in store this fall.


A. Forest Park – St. Louis

After breakfast, escape to a relaxing paddleboat ride inside the city at Forest Park. See Art Hill and The Grand Basin as you paddle around the park's massive lake. Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States; at 1,371 acres, it is approximately 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York City.

B. Chris’ Pancake & Dining

A city favorite for breakfast since 1987; enjoy staples such as pancakes, waffles and French toast. Create your own omelet, or try one of the specialties, such as the Top of the Hill or Chris'andwich.

C. Dressel’s Public House

Sleep late and enjoy a comfortable, Welsh-style pub environment. Order from a seasonal menu of locally sourced, fresh dishes. Brunch is served, Sundays only, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.


A. The Fabulous Fox Theatre

Catch a live show at this performance palace, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Fabulous Fox presents Broadway shows, family productions and the best of comedy, rock, pop and country concerts. Tours are also available.

B. Three Sixty Rooftop

Soaring nearly 400 feet above downtown St. Louis, Three Sixty is the ultimate rooftop bar. Located atop the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, Three Sixty offers sweeping views in all directions (hence the name), including a bird's-eye view into Busch Stadium.

C. Broadway Oyster Bar

Catch the best in local and national bands nightly. No cover. Cajun/Creole-style delicacies and seafood, including fried alligator.

Three blocks from Busch Stadium.

D. Chase Park Plaza Hotel Royal Sonesta

Featuring more than 300 luxury rooms, suites and premier apartments for overnight and extended stay guests. This hotel features a five-screen movie theater, restaurants and bars, and retail shops.


A. Pi Pizzeria – Delmar Loop

Serves thin-crust and deep-dish pizza, salads, appetizers, plus more than 20 beers on tap. Create your own pi from a huge list of meat and vegetable toppings. Gluten free and vegan substitutes are available.

B. Delmar Loop

Enjoy a day on the Loop, a six-block entertainment and retail district featuring more than 140 specialty shops, 45 restaurants, galleries, clothing boutiques, entertainment venues and the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

C. Field House Museum

The Eugene Field House was the home of Roswell Field, the lawyer for Dred Scott and his family when they sued for their freedom. The house is the birthplace and childhood home of Roswell's son, Eugene Field, known as "The Children's Poet."