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What I’ve appreciated most since coming to the 314 is the abundance of things to do and try! There is always something new to experience, whether the local music scene or an eclectic art show. My favorites have definitely been the awesome eateries. Here’s my top, nutrition-intern-approved spots to grab a bite. Click on the link to find out more about each restaurant.

 

1. Lulu’s Local Eatery 3201 S. Grand, St Louis, MO 63118

Photo credit: stltoday.com

 

2. Wildflower 4590 Laclede Avenue St. Louis, MO 63108

Photo credit: bestrestaurantsinstlouis.com

 

3. Local Harvest Cafe  3137 Morgan Ford Rd, St Louis, MO 63116

Photo credit: stltoday.com

 

4. Seedz Cafe 6344 South Rosebury, Demun MO 63105

Photo credit: sitemotiv.com

 

5. Katie’s Pizza Cafe 6611 Clayton Rd, St. Louis MO 63117

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What’s your favorite STL spot for good eats? Comment below!

And don’t forget to check out my personal blog, The Wholey Trinity, for more health and nutrition topics!!

-XOXO Hannah

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This past Saturday I was finally able to make it the the Farmers Market in my hometown of Arnold, Missouri. Since it only goes from 8am to noon, it required some effort to wake up for, but it was well worth it! I’m always so happy to be able to support local farms and products. Here are some of my pictures!

Overview of the market

I bought some zucchini!

And some locally produced soap!

And a cactus…

I resisted buying a walking stick, but they were pretty nifty looking.

Although I personally choose not to eat meat, if you do, local and small scale is the way to go!

MMM TATERS.

I also resisted the urge to buy a bunny. ($15!?!?!? That’s a steal.)

Friendly chickens producing eggs!

So glad I finally checked it out. If you ever find yourself in Arnold between 8-12 on Saturday, I encourage you to do the same!

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