If You’re From St. Louis, This Will Be The Most Unforgettable Thing You See All Week.

No words.


St. Louis isn’t just the Gateway To The West. It’s The Gateway To Home.

River City has been in the news a lot for being one of the best places to live. Is there a resurgence happening here? If you’re from there, the fact is, you know it’s one of the best places you can live. After all, outside of Washington, D.C., there isn’t a place in the nation with more free, world-class attractions than here.

What was captured after weeks of filming is actually pretty damn cool. If you live in St. Louis, you’ll nod with pride.

And if you haven’t been to St. Louis before, you might even want to move there after you watch this.

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After you’re done with this video, you should click and watch this hilarious video of Californians trying out Missouri food for the first time. Their reactions are priceless!

Or, you can watch a video that will get you pumped for the Chiefs playoff game this weekend. Click here and watch that video.

About Nick Johnson

Nick has been working and writing about real estate for almost ten years. He's written about everything from the best places to live to the most boring places to live.

Nick's the creator of the HomeSnacks YouTube channel that now has over 140,000 subscribers and is an excellent source to learn about different parts of the country.

5 thoughts on “If You’re From St. Louis, This Will Be The Most Unforgettable Thing You See All Week.

  1. Do you have a list of all the sites in the video? I knew a few but there are some I did not know. I would like to visit them.

    1. There’s a list at this link:

      A few tips – get to Bogart’s early, they close whenever they sell out. Try the sticky toffee pudding at Schlafly’s Bottleworks (plan to share – it’s huge!). Bring knee-pads for City Museum.

  2. I’m from St Louis, it’s a great sports town but that’s about it. Shootings, killings all the time. Remember Dellwood, I grew up 10 minutes from there. When I lived in St Louis, it was a great place to live…not any more.

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