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December 2018

St. Louis Magazine December 2018 Issue Cover

St. Louis Magazine’s December issue is out now, and the cover story highlights some of St. Louis’ best soups and sandwiches. Discover 85 local favorites, from grilled cheese to gumbo, BLTs to beer cheese soup, and much more. Also inside: wintertime adventures, a guide to senior living, and an in-depth look at the library of the future. And don’t miss our annual dining guide, featuring more than 500 restaurants across the metro region.

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Kate Prior

Bethesda's Kiel Peregrin on the difference new tech can make. Read more

Health

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Photography by Andrew Dominguez

Founder Lisa Govro has big plans for a new marketplace dedicated to ethical and transparent sourcing of herbs and spices. Read more

Economy & Innovation

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Discover the top spots around town that serve this quintessential culinary combo. Read more

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

These delicious dining spots do it all when it comes to comfort food. Read more

Dining

More locations just means more delicious options. Read more

Dining

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

These restaurants elevate the ultimate comfort food. Read more

Dining

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Take a tour of New Orleans-style sandwiches offered around town. Read more

Dining

Great spots abound in St. Louis’ classic Italian neighborhood. Read more

Dining

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Everything’s better with bacon. Read more

Dining

Visit a quaint small town like Hermann or take a drive to East Peoria for the Festival of Lights. Read more

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Photography courtesy of Big Cedar Lodge

Heading out of town? Consider staying in. Read more

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David Tallichet opened the first restaurant—named for the famous WWI unit—in California and later opened other locations, including one here, near McDonnell Douglas, in 1978. Read more

Dining

Whether you’re looking for romance, adventure, or family fun, we have you covered. Read more

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Illustration by Britt Spencer

The interior of the St. Louis factory's five-story redbrick building is shrouded in pharmaceutical-level secrecy, lest anyone tamper or steal secrets. Read more

St. Louis Sage

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Photography by Henry Trihn

Each episode introduces a place—Ballwin, Walnut Park, Hazelwood, South City, the North Side—that people might have misconceptions about if they’d only seen it from a distance. Read more

Film

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

St. Louis’ largest pizza restaurant ventures well beyond traditional fare. Read more

Restaurant Reviews

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Photography by Jessica Page

The Berklee College of Music graduate was named a Slingshot artist by National Public Radio. Read more

Music

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Photo by David Lazaroff

Observe the holidays at these festivals and concerts, whether you're sticking around St. Louis or visiting Chicago. Read more

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Big Freedia, John Waters, and the Moscow Ballet are coming to town. Read more

Culture

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Select a fresh-made cookie, brownie, or doughnut (or a combo); pair it with one of a dozen flavors of premium ice cream; and top with any of a dozen accoutrements. Read more

Dining