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Style - Kicks and Gear / Mar 22, 2012 / 4:00 pm

Dime’s March Madness Sneakerhead & Culture Travel Guide, Part 3

Blues City Deli

Blues City Deli (photo. Blues City Deli)

ST. LOUIS
“I’m from the Lou’ and I’m Proud”- Nelly
SHOPPING:
Dropcents – The Shop – 10060 Natural Bridge Rd., Saint Louis, MO 63134
The Shop boasts a rather impressive shoe wall that showcases Supras and Greedy Genius among other brands. You are bound to find something unique for your closet when you stop by.

GRUBBING:
Breakfast: Goody Goody Diner – 5900 Natural Bridge Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63120
There is nothing like a good diner: comfortable, friendly staff and quality food. Locals recommend the chicken and waffles and you know it’s a good tip when Goody’s has an entire page on their menu devoted to the dish. Chicken and waffles isn’t your thing? Try one of their many omelets or other solid breakfast options.

Lunch: Blues City Deli - 2438 McNair Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63104
Known for their po’ boys and muffulettas, Blues City Deli will have a sandwich or hot dog that will fill you up. This is not your typical deli as there is live blues or jazz music on certain days, a huge variety of chips and unique sodas to accompany your meal.

Dinner: The Shaved Duck – 2900 Virginia Ave., St Louis, MO 63118
You can’t go to the Lou’ and not have any St. Louis-style barbecue. Although the Shaved Duck does have St. Louis style ribs, the menu has a lot of other items that will leave you more than satisfied.

SIGHTSEEING:
The Gateway Arch – 11 North 4th St., Saint Louis, MO
The iconic Gateway Arch is seemingly in every picture of St. Louis. Of course you can see it from a ways away. But the arch is the tallest national monument in the U.S., so go up close and personal – for $10 you can even take a ride to the top of the arch and see for miles and miles.

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