Forest Park Southeast

A Circa Guide to Forest Park Southeast

Forest Park Southeast is a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. It is bordered by I-64/US-40 on the north, Vandeventer Avenue on the east, I-44 on the south, and Kingshighway and Forest Park on the West. The Grove is the entertainment, dining and commercial district along Manchester Avenue in Forest Park Southeast.
Total area 0.7 sq mi (1.8 km2)
Population 6,904 (3,808 /km2)
Zip code(s) Part of 63109


What's Nearby?
  • Olio

    Located in a renovated 1930’s Standard Oil Filling Station, Olio is an unusual, yet very charming setting for a grown-up wine bar and eatery.
  • Everest Cafe

    Everest Café is one of the only places in St. Louis you can find a mixture of Nepalese, Korean, and Indian food under the same roof. Everest Cafe does not use any processed food, ghee, butter, or cream (except for some Indian items) to prepare meals.
  • O’Shay’s Irish Pub & Restaurant

    O’Shay’s, named named after Shay Landry“with an extra O’ for good luck” serves both American staples, like burgers and sandwiches, and traditional Irish bar food, like Shepherd’s Pie and corned beef and cabbage.
  • Sameem Afghan Restaurant

    Sameem is the first and, for the time being, only Afghan restaurant in the entire state of Missouri. Predominantly serving traditional Afghan cuisine consisting of lamb, chicken, hearty stews, kabobs, chops and rice dishes. We also cater to vegetarians.
  • Handle Bar

    Handlebar - a bar in the Manchester Grove centered around a bicycling theme, with an eye towards locality and community.
  • Rise Coffee

    Located in the heart of the Grove, Rise aims to awaken, bring up, and progress the community through sustainably crafted, local coffees and baked goods from from Cherokee’s own Whisk Bakeshop.
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