Entering the professional world and moving out of the city doesn't have to mean quiet nights if liveliness is what you prefer. Your three-bedroom St. Louis apartment is located near both Harris-Stowe State University and St. Louis University, so you can rest assured that local stores and restaurants will stay open late. Late-night outings won't have to be a thing of the past in this great neighborhood. Here, you'll be able to enjoy young professional life to its fullest, having the options to stay in at night or head out for some fun.
St. Louis' rich immigrant history has left its mark, both culturally and in the world of cuisine. Your taste buds will never get a break when you move to Midtown. Between the Irish, German, French, African-American, Latino, Vietnamese and Bosnian groups that have settled in St. Louis, you're bound to encounter and fall in love with new foods.
Any area that's as diverse as St. Louis will produce unique food items that can only be found in this great location, such as toasted ravioli, gooey butter cake and St. Louis style pizza. You'll enjoy exploring your new neighborhood and discovering exciting cuisine. Keep your favorites in mind because you'll want to show off all the great fare that's located right outside the doors of your new three-bedroom apartment in Midtown when friends and family come to visit.
Though there are plenty of well-established local restaurants, you'll also be able to partake in modern culinary offerings. New highly rated restaurants have been opening in the city annually, so you'll want to gather up some friends and swing by these venues after work. These wonderful restaurants include Sanctuaria, which features cocktails and tapas, if you're feeling peckish after a day at the office. Looking for more kick in your post-work drinks? Look no further than the Sub Zero Vodka Bar, which carries a wide selection of vodka, as well as burgers and sushi.
It'll be hard not to be inspired by the culinary creativity in St. Louis. Experiment in your own kitchen and swing by the neighborhood farmer's markets, where you'll find fresh produce, fish and meat. As a young professional, the days of eating microwave meals night after night will be long over.
Of course, consuming so much great food on a frequent basis means you'll have to maintain an active lifestyle. This won't be difficult, since you live close to many parks, including those along your commute, as well as Chambers Park to the north. Whether you're looking for a quick jog along the park's paths or wish to enjoy the views while riding your bicycle, you won't have to go far for scenic exercising.
For a neighborhood that allows you to choose between lively nights or quiet evenings, quick access to amazing and diverse cuisine and a short drive to work, the three-bedroom apartments in Midtown are where you want to be.