A neighborhood that feels more like a small village, Dutchtown South
dates back to the 19th century. It is home to Anheuser-Busch, established here in 1852. It is also the location of the third Ted Drewes Frozen Custard location, arriving to Dutchtown in 1931. Dutchtown is located between Chippewa Street and Walsh Street, with I-55 and the Mississippi River on its east side. Reach Downtown St. Louis by driving north on Gravois Boulevard for about five miles.
Small parks anchor the northeast portion of Dutchtown South, making it easy to get outdoors and take in some sunshine away from your apartment mere blocks from the mighty Mississippi River. Marquette Park features a playground, recreational fields, and an outdoor swimming pool for hot, summer days. Laclede Park contains mature trees perfect for a walk in the fall time during peak color changes. Restaurant locations dot the landscape along nearby Meramec Street or Grand Boulevard.