People tend to check in during these times:
"The Loop offers six blocks of retail, restaurants, live music, café culture, and even a Walk-Of-Fame. A century ago at this location, streetcars from downtown “looped around” to return to the city, which gave the area its name."
Great place for people watching!
Bluehill, moonrise, pin up. In that order. Maybe mph or ginger bistro in between. Dlounge to end the night.
Unless you're a tourist, no need to go to BlueHill. Very underwhelming food...
Everybody's always here!!!
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The Delmar Loop has been the home of Craft Alliance for over 40 years! Visit the Gallery Shop for handmade gifts or make your own art during one of our many classes!
The Loop on the weekends is of the chain
Stop by the Vintage Vinyl corner at Leland on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights to people watch and listen to street musicians.
One of the coolest neighborhoods in St. Louis. Park in a free lot and check out boutiques, tattoo shops & a tobbaco dispensary store. Don't forget to stop in Vintage Vinyl & have lunch at a cafe! (:
Nice .to buying.
Best people watching all up and down the street!! Never a dull night!!
Ate at three kings ion the loop great burgers and alpalmer
look out below... lots of STL history is starred below your feet
Event tonite at ginger bistro in the loop sushi and sake for a cause help victims in Japan
Little known fact: The iconic Chuck Berry statue is pointing towards the ladies restroom inside of Blueberry Hill.
Some shops have left, hope more will come in. Really great place for people watching.
Loved The Loop :)
Hey, where did the streetside records go?
Top 10 street in the US according to I don't know who.
Mix the root beer with the cream soda. Tastastic.
#1 in the hood G.