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The Central West End's Glorious Nabisco Mansion Is Now for Sale

The gorgeous Central West End home known as the Nabisco Mansion is back on the market — and this time, they're asking…

By Sarah Fenske

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St. Louis' First Real Snow of the Winter Sure Is Pretty [PHOTOS]

After a winter that's been full of fakeouts and unusually warm temperatures, St. Louis finally got its first real snowfall of the…

By Sarah Fenske

A pedestrian walks in heavy snowfall on Friday, Feb. 16, 2024, in St. Louis' Hill neighborhood.
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The Best Places to Live in St. Louis When You're Young (and Fun)

When you're young and out to have fun, you may dream of living in New York City or Los Angeles or even…

By Riverfront Times Staff

The Neighborhood: Lafayette Square
The vibe: Lovingly restored mansions and bougie restaurants centered around the oldest city park west of the Mississippi 
Ideal for: Young couples. City lovers with younger kids who want to meet other city lovers with younger kids. LGBTQ people. People who are single and like a walkable neighborhood but don’t mind most bars closing by 11 p.m. 
Not ideal for: Broke 20somethings (it ain’t cheap). 
Extra perk: Something of a peninsula surrounded by highways, Lafayette Square is great for getting just about anywhere in St. Louis in 15 minutes — even the Metro East. No wonder it draws military families in addition to the expected doctors and lawyers. 
Where to meet the locals: With kids, the park. Without, 33 Wine Bar
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Top 5 Fish and Chips in St. Louis

Whether you're a Catholic compelled to avoid meat on Fridays during Lent or just a pescatarian looking for a slightly less healthy…

By Sarah Fenske

Dressel's Pub 

  

   If you can somehow resist ordering a lamb burger at Dressel's Pub (419 North Euclid Avenue), the fish and chips is a terrific alternative, with Norwegian haddock that critic Alexa Beattie describes as bearing "blisteringly clean, snowy flesh." It comes with pickles and what the Brits would call "crisps" — more akin to potato chips than fries.
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