New to Town: Foodie Field Trips

 

There has been a boom recently in opportunities for exploring all of the culinary goodness St. Louis has to offer—and to meet fellow STL foodies.

Dishcrawl started in California with the idea of visiting a variety of restaurants in a given area in one evening, much like a pub crawl. The idea spread, and St. Louis had its first crawl in April. Check out the schedule at dishcrawl.com/stlouis for the next event.

History on Tap: Pub Tours of St. Louis’ Historic Neighborhoods, recently launched by Missouri History Museum, is a way for history and beverage buffs to experience St. Louis’ abundance of fine public houses. More info at mohistory.org.

Mystery Meet launched in Boston in 2010, and has now found its way to St. Louis. Foodies meet up to try a new restaurant, announced only 24 hours in advance. Get the whole story at mysterymeet.org.

Savor Saint Louis Food Tours take locals and tourists on weekly one-mile, three-hour food tours of a given St. Louis neighborhood; they kicked off with the Central West End this spring. More info at savorsaintlouis.com.

 

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