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Friday, July 26, 2013

7 Places to Grab a Bite on the World Naked Bike Ride Route

Posted By on Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 7:00 AM

       Grab some grub while you ride. | Richard Haick

It's nearly upon us, that carefree cycling event that takes nude (and a few never-nudes) bike riders through the city of St. Louis. All that nakedness might leave you hungry -- or in need of a strong cocktail. Either way, follow Gut Check's guide to the best places along this year's route to grab a bite. You might want to bring some clothes, though...we can't guarantee they'll let you in sans pants.

See also: -St. Louis World Naked Bike Ride 2013 Route: Where to Ride, What You Might See! -2013 World Naked Bike Ride In St. Louis Set For July 27 -Bare As You Dare: Take Off Your Clothes Tonight And Talk About Body Image

The route starts in Tower Grove just off South Grand, goes through Cherokee Street, up through Soulard and downtown, down Washington Avenue, winds through the Central West End and finishes in the Grove.

Try a hot dog or some Central Dairy ice cream. | Sarah Rusnak
  • Try a hot dog or some Central Dairy ice cream. | Sarah Rusnak

Tower Grove Creamery (3101 South Grand Boulevard; 314-772-2456)

Ice cream on a hot summer night really hits the spot, and this time, you won't have to worry about spilling on your clothes! The ice cream is from Central Dairy, and it also serves frozen yogurt, which you can top with real fruit. Or, if you think you need a little something more substantial for your ride, grab a hot dog.

Next: Ride through Cherokee and Benton Park.

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