Laclede’s Landing

On The Riverfront

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This is one of the oldest parts of St. Louis where the riverboats would dock and unload their passengers and provisions for the westward expansion of the United States.

Now these cobble-stoned streets and rickety old warehouses are home to some of the city’s hottest night life, restaurants and some quirky little museums, all in the shadow of the Arch.

It’s great to dine outside here and catch up on your people watching, while listening to live music come from some of the nightclubs or the cheers of the crowd coming from nearby Busch Stadium.

Located downtown on the Riverfront from the Eads Bridge to the Martin Luther King Bridge.

At A Glance

801 N. 2nd St.
St. Louis
(314) 241-5875


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