Downtown St. Louis food during pandemic
The street will be closed to allow socially distant tables and food from Sugarfire, Pi Pizza, Hi Pointe, Gringo, Snarfs, and Crazy Bowls and Wraps
ST. LOUIS – An alfresco dining experience awaits you in the MX District in downtown St. Louis.
It will be on Sixth Street between Locust and Washington Avenues. The street will be closed to allow socially distant tables and food from Sugarfire, Pi Pizza, Hi Pointe, Gringo, Snarfs, and Crazy Bowls and Wraps.
“Don’t worry – tables and chairs will be cleaned between each use by customers, participants will be asked to wear masks, and hand-washing stations and bathrooms will be provided. This safe, fun, and beautiful experience also includes live music from the National Blues Museum! Said a spokesman.
Parking is available in the garages on Sixth Street, accessible from Broadway, and the MX Garage, accessible from Seventh Street.
It starts on May 22nd and takes place every Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
On May 18, St. Louis began its first phase of reopening. Some restaurants have chosen to reopen while others are still choosing curb, takeaway and delivery. Restaurant employees are required to wear masks and customers are encouraged to wear masks.
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