Missouri February 03, 2018
This One Street In Missouri Has Every Type Of Restaurant You Can Imagine
Just steps from St. Louis’ second largest park is a street so full of dining options you’ll find yourself returning again and again so you can try them all. Whether you love ethnic foods, classic American fare, boozy brunches, or quite cafes you can find it all and more on South Grand Boulevard. So brush up on your parallel parking skills and head to South Grand for almost any dining experience that you can imagine!
South Grand Boulevard is one of the most visited streets in St. Louis and it's easy to see why. With dozens of restaurants, shops, and two amazing parks, all within walking distance, there really isn't more you could ask for!
Start your day with a boozy brunch at one of the city's most popular breakfast joints, Rooster.
They're know for crapes, both savory and sweet, but there are breakfast options to satisfy everyone at the table. South Grand is a great place for patio dining in warmer weather and Rooster certainly has one of the most impressive patio's on the block.
Beyond just being a dining destination, South Grand is specifically known for the many ethnic restaurants that reside on the street. Persian restaurant, Cafe Natasha, has been serving traditional recipes passed down from the owner's grandparents for over 30 years!
One of the most popular restaurants on the street is Pho Grand. This traditional Vietnamese eatery is one of the most highly reviewed restaurants in the city. Best of all their service is fantastic and their prices are more than affordable.
If your looking for something a bit more familiar head to Mangia Italiano. Their menu features pizza, pasta, burgers and more. Many late night diners love Mangia's because they offer over 40 menu items until 1:30 am! In addition to great food you can also visit them for late night music and drinks.
Craving sushi? You can find that on South Grand too. Cafe Mochi offers half price rolls Tuesday through Thursday from 4:30 until 6:30 pm.
If you just want a quick and delicious slice of pizza with no muss and no fuss there's only one choice, Pizza Head. For all the St. Louis style pizza heaters, no worries, these slices are large and triangular, perfect for folding before you chow down.
Most of all, you can't miss a trip to Tower Grover Creamery. This adorable little shop sits directly across from Tower Grove Park. An ice cream cone or cup of frozen yogurt is the perfect way to end a great day spend outside in St. Louis' second biggest city park.
This article highlighted just a few of the amazing dining options off South Grand. In addition to what was featured here you can find Thai, Moroccan, Brazilian, Philipino, Ethiopian, Vegan, Turkish, Chinese, and Lebanese restaurants, all located on one amazing St. Louis street.
For more information about the dining and shopping options on South Grand Boulevard, visit the South Grand District website
What is your favorite restaurant on South Grand? Tell us about it in the comments below!