Southwest Garden, Saint Louis Places

Part of our Saint Louis travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Southwest Garden, including Whitaker Music Festival, The Shakespeare Festival and Zia's Restaurant.
  • Wednesday evenings in summer enjoy music in the beautiful Missouri Botanical Garden. Admission is free (after 5PM), and you can pack your own picnic basket and cooler. Genre ranges from jazz to folk-rock to world music. Bring folding chairs or a blanket to spread on the lawn.
    Missouri Botanical Garden food nearby
  • The Shakespeare Festival

    The Shakespeare Festival

    Louis is to produce professional Shakespeare theater, outdoors in a city park, free and for a diverse audience, and to provide education through schools and community outreach. Free shows are usually put on in the late spring and early summer. An excellent way to spend a summer evening in St. Louis.
    Southwest Garden eat nearby
  • Zia's Restaurant

    Zia's Restaurant

    One of the most popular restaurants on The Hill, Zia's pastas stand out in St. Louis.
    Southwest Garden
  • Cunetto's House of Pasta

    Cunetto's House of Pasta

    Cunetto House of Pasta has been serving traditional Italian fare since 1974. Cunetto's is still owned and operated by the Cunetto family
    Southwest Garden
  • Cunetto House of Pasta

    Cunetto House of Pasta

    5453 Magnolia Ave
    Cunetto House of Pasta has been serving traditional Italian fare since 1974. Cunetto's is still owned and operated by the Cunetto family
    Southwest Garden
  • Zia's on the Hill

    Zia's on the Hill

    5256 Wilson Ave
    Zia's On the Hill has all that one could wish for in an Italian restaurant. Named for owners Dennis and Angelo Chiodini's two aunts, who were great cooks ("zia" is Italian for aunt), Dining at Zia's is like being at a friends home.
    Southwest Garden
  • Missouri Botanical Garden

    4344 Shaw Blvd
    Stroll the grounds, explore the home gardening resources, or enjoy one of the many events throughout the year. This is a "must see." One of the main features is the Climatron, a very large geodesic dome that houses a good portion of the Garden's 80 acres of horticultural offerings. 2006 featured hundreds of glass sculptures around the park by glass artist Chihuly.
    Missouri Botanical Garden food nearby
  • Modesto Tapas Bar and Restaurant

    Modesto Tapas Bar and Restaurant

    5257 Shaw Ave
    Try our famous sangria and sample a variety of traditional and modern Spanish tapas at St. Louis' original tapas bar and restaurant.
    Southwest Garden
  • Adriana's

    Adriana's

    5101 Shaw Ave
    Adriana’s is a small family owned lunch cafe nestled in St. Louis’ Italian section of town, known as “The Hill.” The restaurant opened its doors in December of 1992 and is run by Adriana Fazio and her daughters.
    Southwest Garden
  • Guido's Pizzeria and Tapas

    Guido's Pizzeria and Tapas

    5046 Shaw Ave
    Guido's Pizzeria and Tapas
    Southwest Garden
  • Charlie Gitto's

    Charlie Gitto's

    5226 Shaw Ave
    St. Louis' Premiere dining experience since 1981, featuring steaks, veal, chicken, seafood, pastas and classic pizzas. Open 7 nights per week.
    Southwest Garden
  • Chris' Pancake & Dining

    Chris' Pancake & Dining

    5980 Southwest Ave
    Fine, traditional Italian dining in the St. Louis area for lunch, dinner, and everything in between. Stop by and see us today! "Cook good food and give plenty"
    Clifton Heights
  • Missouri Botanical Garden

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    4344 Shaw Blvd
    The Missouri Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is also known informally as Shaw's Garden for founder Henry Shaw, a botanist and philanthropist.
    Missouri Botanical Garden food nearby
  • Steve's Hot Dogs on the Hill

    Steve's Hot Dogs on the Hill

    2131 Marconi Ave
    Steve Ewing's Hickory Smoked Dogs & Sausages
    Southwest Garden
  • Five Bistro

    Five Bistro

    5100 Daggett Ave
    {a new american bistro creating seasonal cuisine with local products} executive chef: anthony devoti pastry chef: sara coker
    Southwest Garden
  • Bartolino's

    Bartolino's

    2103 Sulphur Ave
    Fine, traditional Italian dining in the St. Louis area for lunch, dinner, and everything in between. Stop by and see us today! "Cook good food and give plenty"
    Clifton Heights
  • Anthonino's Taverna

    Anthonino's Taverna

    2225 Macklind Ave
    Anthonino's Taverna - On The Hill - In St. Louis
    Southwest Garden
  • Mama Toscano's Ravioli

    Mama Toscano's Ravioli

    2201 Macklind Ave
    Mama Toscano's Deli
    Southwest Garden
  • Three Monkeys

    Three Monkeys

    3153 Morganford Rd
  • Gioia's Deli

    Gioia's Deli

    1934 Macklind Ave
    Gioias Deli | 1934 Macklind Ave. St. Louis 63110 | Home of the Hot Salami
    Southwest Garden
  • Shaw's Coffee

    Shaw's Coffee

    5147 Shaw Ave
    Opened in 1999, our roastery and retail store is located in the historic Italian neighborhood of St. Louis known as "The Hill." Our coffees are dark-roasted in a traditional Euorpean style, similar to gourmet roasters from the West Coast.
    Southwest Garden
  • Milo's Bocce Garden

    Milo's Bocce Garden

    5201 Wilson Ave
    Where St. Louis Plays Bocce
    Southwest Garden
  • Joey B's on the Hill

    Joey B's on the Hill

    2524 Hampton Ave
  • Favazza's

    Favazza's

    5201 Southwest Ave
  • O'Connell's Pub

    O'Connell's Pub

    4652 Shaw Ave
    O'Connell's Pub is a St. Louis landmark. Famous for their burgers, rubens, and onion rings, O'Connell's only serves the freshest, finest ingredients. We also feature a wonderful selection of Irish whiskeys and Scotch.
    Southwest Garden
  • Local Harvest Cafe

    Local Harvest Cafe

    3137 Morgan Ford Rd
    Local Harvest Cafe and Catering is a green St Louis catering company and restaurant that specializes in seasonal and local foods that are organic and sustainably produced. We support Missouri and Illinois farmers and local food producers and our catering menus and restaurant menus include local meats, fruits and vegetables, artisan baked goods, dairy, dry goods. We operate as green as possible through the use of local and organic ingredients, recycling, using green cleaning products, recyclable and compostable containers, and minimizing waste.
    Missouri Botanical Garden
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