West STL County

In addition to a wonderful array of some of the best restaurants in St. Louis, West STL county has numerous attractions, shops, parks, and boutiques to explore.  According to Wikipedia, West St Louis county is a large geographic area of high-income residences.  The area boasts highly rated public and private schools, top rated parks, and several major shopping centers.  Check out these featured restaurants in West St. Louis County.

West St. Louis County Restaurants

Tuckers SoulardTucker’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.

Wasabi-STLWasabi Sushi Bar  Japanese cuisine in a unique, traditional atmosphere at Wasabi, we bring to you the authentic tastes of Japan using quality ingredients, artistic presentation and a professional attention to detail.

Pieology-STLPieology inspires people to explore their unique tastes with any combination of house-made crusts, signature sauces, unlimited fresh toppings and garden fresh made-to-order salads.

Pickleman's St. CharlesPickleman’s  Offering a wide variety of Toasted Sandwiches, Pizzas, Soups, Salads and Desserts. Delivering and Catering to business meetings, school events, sports teams, fundraisers, and everything in between.

Creve Coeur LakehouseCreve Coeur Lakehouse features outstanding American cuisine in a fantastic atmosphere often featuring live music .Check out our website to view our current delicious menu offerings, upcoming events, live music, and the gorgeous views from our spectacular setting.

McArthur’s Bakeryhas provided quality bakery foods to the St. Louis area for over 50 years. Our product line includes birthday, wedding and party cakes, donuts, danish, coffee cakes, stollens, fresh baked bread and more. McArthur’s Bakery has multiple locations in the St. Louis area.

Haveli Indian FoodHaveli Indian Restaurant  The word Haveli is Indian for palace or mansion of tranquility and beauty where decadence and indulgence reign supreme. Haveli’s food is made fresh to order and every possible effort to cater to each individual customer’s preference.
Whether you’re living in, or visiting, West St. Louis, you can have a lot of fun visiting the local St. Louis parks and attractions. The area is known for it’s luxurious accommodations, wealthy inhabitants, and leisurely recreational areas, and there is plenty to do for those who like to take it easy and enjoy life. There is plenty to do in the West St. Louis County, especially if you have kids. This list is just a small assortment of the many things to do in the area, so if you look around, you’re sure to find more to do.

Restaurants in West St. Louis County

Butterflies: While not on everyone’s immediate to-do list, West County St. Louis is home to the Butterfly House at the Missouri Botanical Garden and it’s definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area. The Butterfly House features a gift shop, plenty of events, and features learning programs for kids as well. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for kids, but if you’re a member of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, then you get in for free.

  • Bishop’s Post                           314-536-9404            American
  • Bones French Quarter          636-391-8293            Cajun -Southern
  • Canyon Cafe                            314-872-3443            SouthWestern Cuisine
  • Charcoal House                      314-968-4842            Steakhouse
  • Charro Restaurant                 636-256-7071            West County
  • Circle 7 Ranch                         314-220-0797            American
  • Cooper’s Hawk                        636-489-0059           American
  • Country Club                           636-256-7201           American
  • East Coast Pizza                      636-536-7888            Pizza
  • EdgeWild                                  314-548-2222           American
  • Faraci Pizza                               636-230-0000            Pizza
  • Gerard’s                                   314-821-7977           American Eclectic
  • Harpo’s                                    636-537-1970           American
  • Joe Boccardi’s                         636-938-6100            Italian Food
  • Kabuki                                     636-527-7999            Japanese
  • Lester’s                                     314-994-0055          American
  • Oishi Steak & Sushi               636-530-1198            Asian
  • Scarecrow                               636-536-9440           American
  • The Shack                                636-736-5900           American
  • The Tavern                              636-825-0600           American
  • Thiel’s Farm                            314-429-5506            Farm
  • Truffles                                    314-567-9100            American
  • Taj Palace                                636-928-1000            Indian
  • Trainwreck Saloon                314-434-7222            Saloon
  • Twisted Tree Steaks               314-394-3666           Steakhouse
  • Westport Social                       314-584-2876           American
  • The Wolf                                    636-527-7027          American
  • Veritas Gateway                      636-227-6800           American
  • Wildwood Pub & Grill            636-273-4300          American
Food in West St. Louis County

Shopping: In addition to a number of great options for St. Louis food, West County is famous for it’s malls, and two of the biggest include the Chesterfield Mall and the West County Center. If you like to shop, then you can definitely spend as much time as you want in either of these two malls. Chesterfield is located at the intersection of Interstate 64/U.S. Routes 40 & 61 and Clarkson Road, and includes 153 stores and a theater spread over 2 floors. It is the largest enclosed mall in the entire St. Louis region and definitely worth a visit. West County Center is home to the areas infamous Dove Sign, and features more than 150 stores spread over 1,206,649 square feet, and two floors and holds one of St. Louis’s two Apple stores for the adults, and the cities only Lego store for the kids.

Go To The Park: If you’re a fan of nature, events, or historical places, then Faux Park is a must. The park covers nearly 200 acres directly in the center of Chesterfield and includes the original estate of Missouri’s second governor, Frederick Bates. The park holds numerous events that change out each month, and you can visit Thornhill, and the historic village inside of the park. Faust is home to a walking trail, a carousel, and the Butterfly House. Learning programs, as well as tours are available, and the park is family friendly to the extreme. There are also multiple other smaller parks located around the area including the Des Peres Park, Hardwood Park, Pioneer Park, Sugar Creek Park, Ellisville Dog Park, and more.

Six Flags St. Louis: Six Flags St. Louis is located in Eureka and features some 40 rides. The amusement park has been open since 1971, and features themed areas, amusements, and games. Some of the themes include the Illinois theme, Studio Backlot, DC Comics Plaza, Chouteau’s Market, Bugs Bunny National Park, and the Gateway to the West, making it something of an educational experience as well. Tickets to Six Flags St. Louis come with free admission to the local Hurricane Harbor, which features roughly 10 individual slides and water rides.

Farmer’s Markets in West St. Louis County

Wildwood Farmer’s Market
When: Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. May – October
Where: Wildwood Town Center in Wildwood, MO 63040