Locals and visitors gather in crowds to shop, dine and have fun in The Loop, a six-block area in the center of St. Louis ... More
University City Loop
Locals and visitors gather in crowds to shop, dine and have fun in The Loop, a six-block area in the center of St. Louis filled with dozens of businesses. This historic landmark in the university area is convenient to Lambert International Airport, Forest Park, MetroLink, the Washington University and more. Parking space is plentiful for those planning on shopping or staying in the area awhile. Shop at places like Tantrum and Faru Gallery, dine at Blueberry Hill or the Melting Pot, or take in a movie at the Tivoli Theater.
The Loop is fun for all ages! It is completely safe durring the day and at night you will be fine if you follow the "don't be dumb and drunk" mentality. Durring the day many Native U. Cityans come out with stroller age children and mingle over breakfast, and all ages come out to shop (there is a great Farmers Market). At night, it is a relaxed bar crowed.
Only negative, if you are prejedice towards any race, religion, or socioeconomic class this is not the place for you because expect to see every kind of person imaginable when you visit the Loop!
The Loop is a diverse, unique part of St. Louis, with food from every corner of the world, local art and jewelry, and films at the Tivoli that aren't limited to Hollywood blockbusters. It's definitely one the of the best places in St.L.
Not much for shopping but great place to eat. There are lot of good places but I liked the Labanise place Saleem's Mediterranean rest. Looks like not a very safe place be careful about your belongings and where you park you car.
I would start each day of my vacation on the Loop typically enjoying at the St louis Bread Company. Then from their I found it a convenient, safe and fun place to jump off to Washington University, or the Art Museum or the Planetarium in Forest Park which is one of America's first rate urban parks.Since I am a Music collector there are a few good music stores I recommend, especially Vintage Vinyl and Streetwise Records. There is even a Ben and Jerry's and a Comic Book Store so you know it's a pretty decent place for teenagers and kids of all ages. It was also close to the U city Library which I found helpful.
wonderful place to hang out, year-round. you'll see people out and about a lot later than most of the rest of the city. lots of small shops to eat at; some other cool places to shop such as vintage vinyl
The Loop is a great place to go with friends, family, or on a date. The shops are unique and fun to explore. The Loop has some of the most amazing restaurants I have been to. I would definently recommend a tourist in STL to visit the Loop. It has something for everyone.
The place is the heart of young st louis life style and the heart of what real pepole are all about. I love the shops and love all great food that you can get from one small area. The only thing that i would have to say is they need to do something about the traffic in the summer.
This is a great place for teens and adults but I wouldn't take your children. There is interesting shopping and fun places to eat. Some of the restaurants have special rooms and events for people over 21. Concerts at night are good and most of them are tame enough to send your older teenager without worrying.
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