7 Places to Grab a Bite on the World Naked Bike Ride Route
A basket of pickled eggs. | Mabel Suen
Fortune Teller Bar
(2635 Cherokee Street; 314-776-2337)
Who says you can't stop for a cocktail? Fortune Teller Bar also has unique, housemade food that you won't find anywhere else along your route. Try a basket of pickled eggs with beets, jalapenos or yellow curry, with Sriracha and yellow mustard. You can also build your own meat and cheese board, or just go classic and get the "Hearty Grilled Cheese."
Benton Park Cafe is open all night on Saturday. | Mabel Suen
Benton Park Café
(1900 Arsenal Street; 314-771-7200)
The Benton Park Café's kitchen runs 24 hours a day on the weekends, so you'll have no problem popping in for a snack on Saturday. It has everything from breakfast pizzas to burgers to a bacon BLT. Don't forget the famous "Boozies" -- that is, smoothies with booze. The "Bistro Steak Sliders" are perfect to eat on the go and are sure to fill up your empty stomach.
Next: Soulard and Washington Avenue.
3101 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO
2635 Cherokee St, St. Louis, MO
1900 Arsenal St., St. Louis, MO
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