25 St. Louis Drive-Throughs That Will Supply Your Every Need

Sometimes you want something but getting out of the car is not an option. Maybe you're hungover. Maybe you're inappropriately dressed. Maybe you don't want to drag your kid into a store. Maybe you have mobility limitations. Or maybe you just don't wanna. There are a number of reasons why you might want to stay in your vehicle and there are a range of things that you can get while still in your ride in St. Louis that don't involve fast food chains. Check out these places where you can cruise by and get everything from world-class food to condoms, right at a pick-up window.

Sometimes you want something but getting out of the car is not an option. Maybe you're hungover. Maybe you're inappropriately dressed. Maybe you don't want to drag your kid into a store. Maybe you have mobility limitations. Or maybe you just don't wanna. There are a number of reasons why you might want to stay in your vehicle and there are a range of things that you can get while still in your ride in St. Louis that don't involve fast food chains. Check out these places where you can cruise by and get everything from world-class food to condoms, right at a pick-up window.

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Robata
7260 Manchester Rd
Call ahead and then pick up the goods in this Maplewood spot's driving lane. If you want a taste of real Japanese food, not just the rolls and teriyakis the Midwest has long passed off as such, this place is about as close as you can get. -- text by Cheryl Baehr
Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen

Robata


7260 Manchester Rd
Call ahead and then pick up the goods in this Maplewood spot's driving lane. If you want a taste of real Japanese food, not just the rolls and teriyakis the Midwest has long passed off as such, this place is about as close as you can get. -- text by Cheryl Baehr

Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen
Kim Cheese
13435 Olive Blvd.
Mexican-Korean fusion with an American-style pick-up window? That's some international awesomeness right there.
Photo courtesy of Jennifer Silverberg

Kim Cheese


13435 Olive Blvd.
Mexican-Korean fusion with an American-style pick-up window? That's some international awesomeness right there.

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Silverberg
Byrd & Barrel
3422 Jefferson Ave.
This trendy fast-casual fried chicken joint opened in 2015 in a space formerly occupied by a Popeye's, and its drive through has been busy ever since. Treat yourself to a fried chicken po'boy and spiced tots without giving up the comfort of your seat warmers. -- text by Lauren Milford
Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen

Byrd & Barrel


3422 Jefferson Ave.
This trendy fast-casual fried chicken joint opened in 2015 in a space formerly occupied by a Popeye's, and its drive through has been busy ever since. Treat yourself to a fried chicken po'boy and spiced tots without giving up the comfort of your seat warmers. -- text by Lauren Milford

Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen
Imo's
4780 S Spring Ave.
An Imo's with a pick-up window is every St. Louis resident's dream. At this south-city location you can just drive through and grab your square beyond compare.
Photo courtesy of Liza Lagman Sperl / Flickr

Imo's


4780 S Spring Ave.
An Imo's with a pick-up window is every St. Louis resident's dream. At this south-city location you can just drive through and grab your square beyond compare.

Photo courtesy of Liza Lagman Sperl / Flickr
The Donut House
8500 Morganford Rd.
We hear this tiny castle will not only serve you at its drive-through, but it's also known for dropping some extra donut free holes into your order. Bless.
Photo courtesy of Brittani Schlager

The Donut House


8500 Morganford Rd.
We hear this tiny castle will not only serve you at its drive-through, but it's also known for dropping some extra donut free holes into your order. Bless.

Photo courtesy of Brittani Schlager
Fort Taco
8106 Manchester Rd.
Fort Taco makes you question why you'd ever make a run for the Taco Bell border again. You can order from its small menu of tasty tacos, enchiladas and tamales at two St. Louis locations — Brentwood (8106 Manchester Rd.) and St. Charles (3788 Elm St.). -- text by Lauren Milford
Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen

Fort Taco


8106 Manchester Rd.
Fort Taco makes you question why you'd ever make a run for the Taco Bell border again. You can order from its small menu of tasty tacos, enchiladas and tamales at two St. Louis locations — Brentwood (8106 Manchester Rd.) and St. Charles (3788 Elm St.). -- text by Lauren Milford

Photo courtesy of Mabel Suen
Manchester United Methodist Church
129 Woods Mills Rd.
Although its name makes it sound like a church for European soccer fans, it's a basic Methodist congregation, with a twist: The church elders set up a drive-through service every Ash Wednesday so you can celebrate your holy day on the go.
Photo courtesy of Google Maps

Manchester United Methodist Church


129 Woods Mills Rd.
Although its name makes it sound like a church for European soccer fans, it's a basic Methodist congregation, with a twist: The church elders set up a drive-through service every Ash Wednesday so you can celebrate your holy day on the go.

Photo courtesy of Google Maps
Nacho Mama's
9643 Manchester Rd.
This fast-casual Tex-Mex establishment in Rock Hill lets you pick up freshly made quesadillas, burritos or even a whole rotisserie chicken without ever leaving your car. It also offers gluten-free corn tortillas, vegetarian options and a kids' menu. -- text by Lauren Milford
Photo courtesy of Ian Froeb

Nacho Mama's


9643 Manchester Rd.
This fast-casual Tex-Mex establishment in Rock Hill lets you pick up freshly made quesadillas, burritos or even a whole rotisserie chicken without ever leaving your car. It also offers gluten-free corn tortillas, vegetarian options and a kids' menu. -- text by Lauren Milford

Photo courtesy of Ian Froeb
Miami Grill
12925 New Halls Ferry Rd
This Florissant restaurant offers hearty American grub on the go; just make sure to call in your order before leaving home or you'll be in for a wait.
Photo courtesy of Google Maps

Miami Grill


12925 New Halls Ferry Rd
This Florissant restaurant offers hearty American grub on the go; just make sure to call in your order before leaving home or you'll be in for a wait.

Photo courtesy of Google Maps
Bottle and Barrel
930 S. Fifth, St. Charles
If you seek booze, condoms, cigarettes or antacid tablets (all of the good stuff, basically), then drive up to Bottle and Barrel. The workers will hook you up with all of your unmentionables.
Photo courtesy of Google Maps

Bottle and Barrel


930 S. Fifth, St. Charles
If you seek booze, condoms, cigarettes or antacid tablets (all of the good stuff, basically), then drive up to Bottle and Barrel. The workers will hook you up with all of your unmentionables.

Photo courtesy of Google Maps