10 St. Louis walk-up windows we love
With ever-fluxing capacity restrictions during these uncertain times, restaurants, bars and shops are getting creative adjusting to life during a pandemic. Here are 10 walk-up windows making our takeout habit even more convenient. (Several have outdoor seating areas if you wish to linger.)
4 Hands Brewing Co.
Pick up a pack of your favorite beer or canned cocktails, crowlers, merch and more.
1220 S. Eighth St., St. Louis, 314.436.1559, 4handsbrewery.com
Epic Pizza & Subs
This walk-up window has been around awhile, but it's a Soulard staple. The wings here are pretty epic too.
1711 S. Ninth St., St. Louis, 314.436.3742, epicpizzaandsubs.com
OK, this one isn't technically a window, but you can walk up and order all your favorite wines, breads, cheeses, produce and more. The staff is also happy to make recommendations.
7118 Oakland Ave., Richmond Heights, 314.645.2050, parkerstable.com
Pie Guy Pizza
In addition the the usual pizza and salads on the menu, you can also get DIY kits.
4189 Manchester Ave., St. Louis, 314.899,0444, pieguystl.com
Stop by for a cup of Joe or some avocado toast and baked goods, then take it to go or hang out on one of the several patio areas.
4176 Manchester Ave., St. Louis, 314.405.8171, risecoffeestl.com
Tick Tock Tavern
This cozy spot is perfect to get your dive bar fix while staying safe. It's cash-only, so come prepared (but they do have an ATM).
3459 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis, 314.680.3955, facebook.com/ticktocktavernstl
Wild Olive Provisions
From artisan wine and craft beer to charcuterie boards, this shop is a great place to stop by before a picnic.
2201 S. 39th St., St. Louis, 314.300.8089, wildoliveprovisions.com
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