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St. Louis, Missouri - the Gateway to the West - sits at the crossroads of the United States on the Mississippi River. Welcoming travelers and tourists with its magnificent Gateway Arch, St. Louis' rich cultural mix reflects its French and German heritage and Native American roots. Today's St. Louis is a cosmopolitan city with fabulous restaurants, active nightlife and major sports teams that make St. Louis one of the Midwest's most interesting and livable cities.
Being the Gateway to the West, St. Louis has plenty of hotel options for tourists and business travelers. From the dynamic beauty of the Hyatt Regency St. Louis
and the iconic Millennium Hotel
to exciting vacation packages at one of St. Louis' many riverfront casino hotels, there's no shortage of places to stay. Book directly for the best rates at hotels in the heart of St. Louis, at the historic Laclede's Landing and cozy Bed and Breakfasts in the surrounding St. Louis area. View hotels
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St. Louis is home to the king of beers and, of course, its world famous barbecue, but the city's sense of food style is far beyond backyard staples. Home to more than 1000 one-of-a-kind restaurants, St. Louis has a lively restaurant scene that ranges from haute to down home and never let's diners leave hungry. Hot spots like the pan-Asian Red Moon restaurant in the city's loft district along Washington Avenue continues to attract hipsters while Bristol Seafood Grill wows diners with an indulgent seafood menu. For destination dining, regal Monarch restaurant is the place for casual yet chic setting and a globetrotting menu. Make a reservation online at these and other St. Louis restaurants.
A 630-foot stainless steel arch and a stop on historic Route 66 aren't the only attractions in St. Louis. Interesting places to visit in the St. Louis area range from the American beer making institution of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, the world's largest brewery to the expansively renovated St. Louis Union Station and the kitschy International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame. Also, there's always excitement to be had at one of St. Louis' Riverboat Casinos or take a nature expedition through the St. Louis Zoo or one of the many St. Louis parks.
When thinking about St. Louis nightlife, catching some smoky blues at the Bottleneck Blues Bar or jumping jazz music at Cookies should immediately come to mind, but rest assured, all fans of live music get their due in St. Louis. Hot up and coming bands hit the stage at Off Broadway
and the Baha Rock Club or sport enthusiasts can sit back and watch a game with the rabid St. Louis fans at Hotshots
, Brewskeez and Ozzie's Restaurant and Sports Bar. From classic jazz and blues in the Soulard neighborhood and the dance clubs of the ultra hip Delmar Loop to classic drinking at Laclede's Landing, St. Louis nightlife is steadfastly built on years of partying tradition.
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