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Sunset Dinner Cruise from St Thomas
"Be sure to come hungry for this sunset sail and harbor lights dinner cruise around Charlotte Amalie! This catamaran's BBQ buffet-style dinner has offerings for all palettes in front of an award-winning backdrop. The 54-feet long US Coast Guard Ce ample deck space a stand-up bar and two marine-style bathrooms. The Cat's crew will raise the sails as we head towards ""Turtle Cove"" Buck Island and into the Caribbean sunset. With the harbor lights of Charlotte Amalie in the distance the BBQ buffet dinner will be served. The cruise continues to sail through Charlotte Amalie Harbor filled with yachts of varies sizes and descriptions. Relax with a drink from the open bar available throughout the cruise. This cruise is suitable for everyone and anyone! Singles couples groups
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St Thomas Catamaran Sail: Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge
"Board 'The Cat' a spacious 54-foot catamaran for an exhilarating sail to the uninhabited Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge's Turtle Cove where you'll experience an unforgettable fun-filled marine life adventure. And free pirate tattoos to show off your experience!Your friendly crew will provide snorkeling equipment (mask snorkel fins snorkel vest)
From $75.00
National Quilt Museum Admission Pass
"Choose the best day to discover an amazing form of art. Then go to the National Quilt Museum located at 215 Jefferson Street. Present your voucher and then begin exploring the unique and interesting galleries displayed. With quilts chosen from regional and national contests admire the very best in quilt and fiber art. Several quilts on display have also been chosen for their uniqueness or historic relevance. See galleries with Art Quilts of the Midwest pieces from the international competition conducted by the Japan Handicraft Instructors Association quilts inspired by Mary Kerr and more. Find pieces that are traditional
From $11.00

Ted Drewes Tips (6)

Ted Drewes: St. Louis Custard

Great local custard shop to cool you off during the humid St. Louis summer. Two locations in the city. Definately a can't miss on any trip here. Need proof; just take a look at all the Ted Drewes hats signed by celebrities that have stoped by.

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Nov 13, 2008

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard: A St. Louis Institution

You can't really call it a restaurant - there are no tables, but there are a few benches you can sit on and eat the best frozen custard there is!

When you drive up, especially on a hot summer evening, it looks like the lines are really long. But Ted Drewes does a great job of taking your order and getting your treat in a prompt fashion. All those people you see in front of the shop are in constant movement - order, wait a couple of minutes, get a treat, enjoy!

Favorite Dish Ted Drewes is known for their concretes (invented long before DQ came up with the Blizzard), and they are tasty. But I'm partial to hot fudge, so I usually get a hot fudge sundae, which is just custard topped with hot fudge. No whipped cream or nuts (though you may be able to get them?) to dillute the flavor of the custard and the fudge. This year (2003) Ted Drewes started offerring caramel as a topping and I had a hot fudge and caramel sundae - Delicious!

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Jul 06, 2006

Ted Drewes: Underwhelmed...

We tried Ted Drewes on a road trip through St. Louis. My mother had the Sin Sundae - a concrete or sundae with tart cherries and hot fudge and I had the Dottie - a concrete or sundae mint, chocolate, and macadamia nuts. Both were good, but it was 95 degrees and the concretes were melting quick. I was not overly impressed. We went to the one on S. Grand Blvd.

Jun 26, 2005

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard: A MUST SEE ACTIVITY...Good All Year 'Round!

I actually found it difficult whether I should place this tip under restaurants or "Must See" activities, because Ted Drewe's is definitely a "Must See" in St. Louis.

St. Louisians know that Ted Drewe's Frozen Custard is a true landmark in the city, ranking right up there with the Arch, Busch Stadium, and Forest Park.

It is open all year round and it is great! It is often just as crowded on a cold December evening as it is on a hot and humid summer day after a Cardinals' baseball game.

Favorite Dish Any Frozen Custard Concrete treat!! They hand it to you upside down and it does not fall out.

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Dec 12, 2004
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Ted Drewes: Great Frozen Custard

This is a great local frozen custard place with two locations in St. Louis. The only one I've been to is the one in Dutchtown.

Favorite Dish Frozen Custard / concretes.

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Jan 20, 2014

King and I Restaurant: Hot and Spicy!

Thai Spicy! Real thai crusine. Real thai sauces. Clean and quick service! Try thai seating, a fun experience.

Favorite Dish Pad thai! made to order. Try the shrimp.

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Feb 11, 2005

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Getting to Ted Drewes


6726 Chippewa St. Louis, MO 63109


  • Sunday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Monday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Thursday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Friday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Saturday 11:00 to 22:30