St. Louis is home to many good restaurants and eateries. The below list is intended as a guide to some of St. Louis’ best-known and finest restaurants in several different categories. Click the logos to visit the website of each establishment.

Restaurant Address Phone Number

 5453 Magnolia Ave
 St Louis, MO 63139

 (314) 781-1135

Over the years, Cunetto’s has become a St. Louis tradition. Many families celebrate special occasions at Cunetto’s or make Cunetto House of Pasta their regular Friday night restaurant. Cunetto House of Pasta is family owned and operated by Frank Cunetto, and the caring and attentive Cunetto’s staff. Cunetto House of Pasta works hard to make sure your service is always as excellent as your meal. Cunetto’s goal is to be more than just a St. Louis tradition; it is to become you and your family’s tradition as well!  

1111 Mississippi Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 241-9999
Eleven Eleven Mississippi has become one of the most recognized restaurants in St. Louis for delivering exceptional service in a unique atmosphere. Eleven Eleven serves rustic cuisine with Tuscan and Northern Californian influences, keeping the menu simple using the freshest ingredients available.  The wine list has been recognized by Wine Spectator earning the “Award of Excellence” every year since opening.  Eleven Eleven is located in Lafayette Square with a close proximity to downtown.

2017 Chouteau Ave
St. Louis, MO 63013

(314) 241-7799
PW Pizzas menu features appetizers, soups, salads, calzones, pizzas and desserts. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options are available as well. PW Pizza sources ingredients including vegetables, cheeses and cured meats locally whenever possible and focuses on qualify first and foremost.  Beer lovers will find the perfect brew with 10 craft draught options and over 40 by the bottle.

1415 S 18th St.
St. Louis, MO 63104

(314) 865-3522

SqWires serves Lunch Tuesday-Friday, Dinner Tuesday-Saturday, Breakfast & Brunch Saturday & Sunday.  Specials Tuesday evening SqWare Plates 5 for $20; Thursday evening Family Style Fried Chicken; Friday evening $1 fresh shucked oysters and chilled shrimp. Historic Victorian factory building just 2 minutes from the games!


2017 Chouteau Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103

 (314) 241-8989
Vin de Set is a classic French bistro located on the third floor of a beautifully restored building on the national historic registry, located at 2017 Chouteau Avenue.  The menu is approachable southern French cuisine.  Dishes are simple and straightforward concentrating on the influences of Provence and determined by the seasons.






St. Louis offers hundreds of only in-St.-Louis restaurants, a great music and nightlife scene and a variety of unique family, cultural and sports attractions. A close-to-home drive, this action-packed destination leads to good times and great deals at the end of the road.

Families on a budget will quickly discover that St. Louis has more free attractions than any city outside of the nation's capital. Popular attractions including Citygarden, Missouri History Museum, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Grant's Farm, Museum of Westward Expansion, Laumeier Sculpture Park and the Saint Louis Zoo, Art Museum and Science Center all offer free admission.

Don't miss the centerpiece of St. Louis - the Gateway Arch. America's tallest man-made monument is part tribute to the opening of the American West, part contemporary sculpture and part history lesson. Take a journey 630 feet to the top for an amazing view of the Mississippi River and points east and west.

For more information on things to see and do in St. Louis, call the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission at 1-800-916-0041, or visit