Cincinnati to St. Loius
Collected by Michelle Briscoe
520 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Year round Fountain Square is the hub of almost all activities in downtown Cincy, making it the heart of local life and the perfect place to immerse yourself as a visitor. Plan ahead or just show up to see what's going on! If there is a festival...
50 E Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Many slaves crossed the Ohio River with the Underground Railroad in hopes of finding safety in the free state of Ohio, and Cincinnati's Freedom Center stands as a tribute to those who fought for freedom. Documenting the full scope of the history...
John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, United States
Walk, jog, or run across this bridge for light exercise, a great view and local history. Upon opening in 1866, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world and a feat of engineering. Architect Daniel Roebling's most famous bridge connects...
600 Walnut St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
There is much ado about Nada, and for good reason. Nada has a great vibe, and serves up some of the finest Mexican cuisine to be had in the Queen City (not to mention offers a lengthy beer list & a number of margarita options). During the summer...
210 E 8th St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Arnold's is Cincy's oldest pub and it feels like it: nice'n cozy, with that worn-in, august feeling of a place just rife with history. Passing through that history at the actual bar brings you to a great open patio in the back that sometimes has...
1211 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
Trendy as they may be, modern-day speakeasies have an undeniable intrigue. It might be the hidden entrances, the old-fashioned cocktails, the low lighting, or just the thrill of being in on the secret. Wiseguy is a Prohibition era-style lounge...
1345 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA
MOTR Pub is a thoroughly Over-the-Rhine establishment, bringing musicians and artists together by hosting live performances, and exhibiting the work of local painters on the walls—a new artist is featured each month, and "Writer's Nights" at MOTR...
4720 Vine St, St Bernard, OH 45217, USA
Gourmet popsicles have usurped the cupcake as the treat for the discerning sweet tooth. Gone are the fake cherry bomb pops of the past, the new flavor of the month is all natural, small batch, and often unusual. Cincinnati's Streetpops mixes sweet...
11 N 4th St, St. Louis, MO 63102, USA
As iconic as the Gateway Arch is, you just can't appreciate the scale and audacity of it until you stand under it in person. On a family road-trip when I was kid, we passed through St. Louis but didn't have time to stop...so when I found out I...
736 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102, USA
The food, drinks, and environment at Broadway Oyster Bar are favorites among visitors and locals. Located by the ballpark, the grilled oysters, Crawfish Mona can't be beat. Look forward to great food and hearing the Blues every night.
1004 Locust St, St. Louis, MO 63101, USA
Gastropubs have become de riguer in America, but this is one to define the genre. More than 200 beers (at least 50 on tap, many of them local craft brews) and 100+ wines, plus fancy bar snacks like wasabi-ginger popcorn and chili-lime pistachios,...
1420, 920 Olive St, St. Louis, MO 63101, USA
How can one restaurant simultaneously please families with picky eaters and the young and hip? Burgers and ice cream. The menu at Bailey's Range will also please the locavore (it serves only Missouri-raised, grass-fed beef and made-from-scratch...
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