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St. Louis

Central West End

Central West End
United States 304 North Euclid Avenue
St. Louis MO, 63108
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    Tue Closed
    Wed 11:00 AM—5:00 PM
    Thu 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Fri 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Sat 10:00 AM—6:00 PM
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The only directory you need. Discover the best places to eat, see and do in the area. (You can thank us later). 

Meet the Neighbours

  • Gamlin Whiskey House

    Gamlin Whiskey House

    304 N. Euclid Avenue, St. Louis

    This whiskey house is perfect for a stiff drink – but the food is the main attraction. Grass-fed beef, locally sourced ingredients and vegetarian options are all on the menu.

  • Taste


    4584 Laclede Avenue

    Taste offers a space to sip a little slower and enjoy the complexity twirling in your glass. Flight options make it the perfect excuse to experience a whole new palette of flavours.

  • Juniper


    360 North Boyle Street

    Juniper has perfected the art of creative southern food. Chicken and waffles, fried green tomatoes and buttermilk pie are dishes worth digging in to.

  • Backbar at Scape

    Backbar at Scape

    48 Maryland Plaza

    Their patio reminiscent of an Italian courtyard is reason enough to partake in the spicy mango-cilantro sangria all summer long. Other selling points include live music and stellar shrimp and grits.

  • Herbie’s Vintage ’72

    Herbie’s Vintage ’72

    405 North Euclid Avenue

    Atmosphere and food hold equal importance and Herbie’s has got you covered on both. Great for any occasion – bring close friends and a few good talking points, the venue will provide the rest.

  • Café Osage

    Café Osage

    4605 Olive Street

    At this caf?, food is grown on-site so that you can experience the most authentic version of farm-to-table and all the stages in between.

  • Bowood Farms

    Bowood Farms

    4605 Olive Street

    This warehouse-turned-greenhouse has something blooming all year round. Bring the outdoors inside with home goods or put your green thumb into action with plants of your own.

  • The Eye Bar

    The Eye Bar

    401 North Euclid Avenue

    Frames, glasses, specs, shades – whatever your eyes need, the Eye Bar has them and a great selection at that.

  • Brennan’s


    4659 Maryland Avenue

    Tastings, underground comedy shows and live music make Brennan’s more than just a place to stop at for a drink. Did we mention they have a cigar lounge?

  • Sub Zero Vodka Bar

    Sub Zero Vodka Bar

    308 North Euclid Avenue

    Sub Zero boasts the largest selection of vodka in the country with over 500 varieties in stock. Go – and let us know which one is the best.

  • Centro


    4727 McPherson Avenue

    Bringing world-class modern design to the Midwest market since 1987, Centro is home to some of the best modern furniture designers in the world.

  • Q Boutique

    Q Boutique

    4652 Maryland Avenue

    Magazines, chess sets, gifts and more make Q an A-list boutique. Check (it out) mate.

  • Mike’s Bikes STL

    Mike’s Bikes STL

    324 Euclid Avenue

    Stop by Mike’s Bikes to rent a bicycle and ride your way through the beautiful Central West End or swing by to be fit for a custom ride. You will be pedalling into the sunset soon enough.

  • Forest Park

    Forest Park

    5595 Grand Drive

    This park is not your typical public park. It is home to the Saint Louis Zoo, History Museum, Science Center and Art Museum – clear your schedule, you will be busy all day.

  • Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis

    Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis

    4567 Maryland Avenue

    Show off your skills or learn how to play chess during free classes or private lessons at this community center. They’ll have you naming your knights in no time.

  • Mandarin Lounge

    Mandarin Lounge

    44 Maryland Plaza

    At this modern lounge, you can unwind and dance the night away. The rooftop patio offers great views of the crowd and the city.

  • projects+gallery


    4733 McPherson Avenue

    Art and fashion are discernibly shown in this modern space. Expect to see artistic commentary that tests boundaries and pushes the limits.

  • Philip Slein Gallery

    Philip Slein Gallery

    4735 McPherson Avenue

    A gallery curated for both the experienced art collector and the aspiring one. Find out what is current in the art world and cast your eyes on some of the city’s best work.

  • World Chess Hall of Fame

    World Chess Hall of Fame

    4652 Maryland Avenue

    Explore the world’s oldest game through the engaging programs reflected at the World Chess Hall of Fame. Increase your knowledge of chess and its impact on today’s culture.

  • Duane Reed Gallery

    Duane Reed Gallery

    4729 McPherson Aveneue

    This space showcases artists from a range of mediums including sculpture, photography and paint. With approximately 15 exhibitions a year, this gallery will continue to inspire you.