Exploring the City

This year's conference is nestled in the middle of one of most popular areas of St. Louis: the Central West End. Full of restaurants, shops, coffeehouses, and bars, this lively neighborhood is always abuzz and always inviting. Listed here are a few of the many spots locals enjoy, but there's nothing like exploring and seeing it all for yourself!

Restaurants and Coffee
STL Attractions
Getting Around

Although the area immediately surrounding the conference site is extremely walkable and offers many dining options, getting around St. Louis is more involved. While renting a car is always an option, the Laclede Cab Company is headquartered down the street from the Chase Park Plaza and will usually send a car within 10 minutes. St. Louis also offers rideshare services, such as Uber and Lyft, which make getting around quick, easy, and convenient.

Laclede Cab company

(314) 652-3456


For those seeking to explore the immediate area faster, or perhaps take a ride through historic Forest Park, there is a bike shop that rents bicycles on an hourly or daily basis, located only a couple of blocks north of the hotel.

Mike's Bikes STL

324 N Euclid Ave

(314) 875-0080

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Einstein Bros. Bagels

2 N Euclid Ave Counter-service shop offering egg sandwiches, soups, salads, and a variety of bagels with coffee.

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