Savor St. Louis
Once the fourth-largest city in the U.S. and a major port on the Mississippi River, St. Louis has long been a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, and that stands true today. Thanks to the city’s incredibly diverse population, you can find a New Mexican brunch spot, an Israeli restaurant in an old gas station, an award-winning fine-dining establishment and much more. Whatever you’re looking for, chances are that it’s somewhere to be found in St. Louis (and this is especially true if you’re into beer and meat).
Check out this city guide for the best of what to eat and drink in this seriously underrated food city.