Shop Saint Louis
Celebrating small businesses in Saint Louis, local artist Daniel Burnett partnered with The Hartford to create a mural in the Delmar Loop.
“The Delmar Loop is the place to be in St. Louis. One of its best qualities is it’s a quintessential college neighborhood so it’s always in flux and changing. It never feels stale and there’s always something new. There’s no shortage of wonderful businesses in the loop, and it would be impossible to name all the places of note but here’s a few of my favorites.”
- Daniel Burnett, Mural Artist
Daniel Burnett’s Neighborhood Picks
“Seoul Taco is my pick when I want something more casual - I always opt for kimchi rice in my burritos.”
“This place is hard to beat. I recommend their house made wontons in chili oil.”
Fork and Stix
The dishes we prepare are a reflection of the rich culture of Northern Thailand.
Meshuggah is an independent, locally owned café. All walks of life and all types of eaters, whether vegan, vegetarian, or carnivorous are welcome through our doors.
A coffee bar and specialty roaster, Blueprint coffee believes “Good coffee must be good from the start, so we dedicate a tremendous amount of time selecting a few coffees that are fresh and exciting.”
“No trip to the Loop is complete without a stop at Vintage Vinyl. I’ve been coming here for a long time, and it’s an absolute pleasure to dig through records in this establishment.”
“A great shop to find vintage clothes and bask in all the kitsch and campy items they curate.”
The Wizard’s Wagon
“A must for any of my fellow nerds. They have a healthy selection of graphic novels, and being an old school fan of Magic The Gathering I often ogle their dual lands.”
“A wonderful curation of books. Whether you’re looking for Baldwin or Bukowski they have it all.”