Old North St Louis

A Circa Guide to Old North St Louis

Established in 1816 as the Village of North St. Louis, the area now known as Old North St. Louis has seen many changes. The neighborhood is gaining a reputation as a model for effective community-based revitalization after overcoming a long period of decline. By early 2004, the neighborhood was recognized by St. Louis Magazine as one of the city’s best places to live in its “up-and-coming” category.




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  • North City Farmer's Market

    The North City Farmers’ Market strives to grow community health by offering affordable, fresh produce, free health screenings (by Grace Hill Neighborhood Health Centers), and healthy cooking demonstrations while encouraging community participation and wee
  • Crown Candy

    Did you know that Crown Candy Kitchen makes their own chocolate candy? Whether it’s for a weekly candy run, to fill Christmas stockings, for your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day or for Easter baskets.
  • La Mancha Coffeehouse

    Let us cater your next meeting or event. Keeping North Saint Louis Caffeinated Since 2011. Special dinner served Friday and Saturday afternoons to early evening.
  • La Mancha Coffeehouse

    A small local coffee shop. A great place to relax, have a coffee and a delicious pastry.
  • Smoki O's

    Great local BBQ near North Riverfront in Old North St. Louis. Yes, a carry out restaurant, with counter seating; that continues to serve some of the best grilled and smoked meats you could ever eat.
  • UrbArts

    Urban Artist Alliance for Child Development, Inc. (UrbArts) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation formed in the state of Missouri for the purpose of promoting arts, education, economics, and social services.
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