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Top of the Riverfront

For the extreme dining experience - where you have to conquer your fear of heights while in motion - go to the Top of the Riverfront to eat while you are provided with a 360- degree, rotating vantage point from which to view the lovely City of St. Louis. If you drink enough wine from their extensive selection, you'll actually think the world is revolving around you!

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