Lafayette Square is a historic Victorian neighborhood and one of the oldest and most cherished neighborhoods in St. Louis and the reasons are many. Certainly one of it’s most popular attributes is the thrity acre Lafayette Park which features a small fountain, duck pond, and some nice trails. In the more temperate months, you are able to find frequent events including live music and festivals. The park is a popular destination for wedding ceremonies and other private events.
Tucker’s Place Tucker’s is the place for steaks. For over 30 years Tucker’s has consistently prepared top quality American cuisine and steaks cut fresh daily. Visit our website for location information and menu.
Lafayette Square’s neighborhood has an abundant collection of Victorian French style homes referred to by some as the “Painted Ladies”. Many of these gorgeous buildings have been renovated and their owner’s pride is apparent by their pristine condition. Visitors can be seen anytime of the year participating in make shift or organized tours of the magnificent structures. This beloved section of St. Louis city boasts a number of unique shops, restaurants, bars, and bed and breakfasts for visitors to enjoy.
STL Food and Restaurants in Lafayette Square
|Eleven Eleven Mississippi||314-241-9999||American|
|Fritanga||314-664-7777||Nicaraguan Latin American|
|Lona’s Little Eats||314-899-5582||Asian|
|Mission Taco Joint||314-858-8226||Mexican|
|Planter’s House||314-696-2603||American, Bar|
|Tucker’s Place||314-772-5977||Steaks, American|
|Vin De Set||314-241-8989||French|