Whether you’re in St. Louis for work or play, you’ll quickly find out that there isn’t a shortage of things to do. Here at Wild Flower Restaurant & Catering, we want to help you have a memorable stay.

So be sure to work some of the following stops into your visit:

  1. Gateway Arch – This iconic structure is an absolute must-see for visitors. While the Gateway Arch is free to enjoy on the ground, we recommend paying the $13 fee to ride to the top. Longtime St. Louis residents would agree that these views are stunning. If you consider yourself a U.S. history buff, then you must make plans to see this monument to the country’s westward expansion.
  2. Forest Park – This nearly 1,300-acre space has something for the whole family. Whether you’re interested in going to the zoo, taking in a concert, or hitting the links, turn to Forest Park. Quick tip when visiting Forest Park: parking in the area fills up rather quickly, so think about taking alternative transportation for the day.
  3. Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis – This Roman Catholic cathedral is most known for its mosaics collection on the walls and ceilings. Even if you aren’t religious, it’s easy to spend several hours at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. The cathedral is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
  4. St. Louis Zoo – One of the most highly rated zoos in the country, the St. Louis Zoo is home to armadillos, sloths, swans, penguins, gators, and other unique creatures. What many visitors appreciate most about the attraction, though, is the free admission. Just be prepared to drop a few bucks on rides, parking, lunch, and souvenirs.
  5. City Museum – Have several kiddos on the trip and aren’t sure where to take them? Not to worry. The City Museum appeals to children of all ages. General admission tickets cost just $14 and include access to attractions such as “Toddler Town” and “Enchanted Caves.”
  6. Missouri Botanical Garden – If you’re going to be in the Tower Grove Park area during your trip, make plans to check out the Missouri Botanical Garden. In addition to the beautiful plants and flowers, visitors can also feed the koi fish in the Japanese Garden and admire the Chihuly glass sculptures throughout the property.
  7. Busch Stadium – This is one of the more iconic stadiums in Major League Baseball. Not only are Cardinals fans treated to consistently good play year after year, but also breathtaking views of the city skyline and the aforementioned Gateway Arch.
  8. Central West End – A trendy area with a cosmopolitan feel, the Central West End is where visitors find the best lunch and dinner places. Why settle for chain restaurants and subpar food when you can explore the fine dining options in this historic neighborhood?

An Award-Winning Gourmet Restaurant

Try searching for the best brunch and lunch places in St. Louis. There are a number of results that come up, right? Here at Wild Flower Restaurant & Catering, we do things differently.

Our staff takes pride in maintaining a charming atmosphere while the chefs prepare the most creative, delectable dishes.

We hope that your visit to St. Louis is one to remember. And, if you happen to be in the Central West End neighborhood, come check us out!