This emerging neighborhood boasts 450,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space actively in development and soon to become a dining, shopping and entertainment showplace unlike any St. Louis has ever seen.
Stroll just a few blocks and take in professional sporting events, world-class gaming, live music and theater. Enjoy some of the city’s most exciting destinations right at your doorstep — Washington Avenue, The City Museum and, of course, the 88-acre national park that so tastefully graces our riverfront and offers stunning context to Saarinen’s world-famous Gateway Arch. Here, you’re not just in the center of it all. You’re in the center of your life.
What’s cookin’ at the Mercantile Exchange?
The famed St. Louis pizzeria is now open in the MX District. Enjoy Pi’s award winning deep and thin crust pizzas, which have quickly become a local favorite, from inside the new restaurant or on the Washington Avenue patio. Pi Pizzeria in the MX is located at 610 Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis (Washington Avenue and 6th
Street); it’s open 11am until midnight Monday through Saturday and 11am until 11pm on Sundays. Parking validated at 5:30pm and on weekends in the MX Garage, on 7th
Street between Washington Avenue and Locust.
Robust Wine Bar & Café
Robust is excited to have expanded from their Webster Groves location to downtown St. Louis. The new MX location is now open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week in the Laurel building at the corner of 7th and Washington.
Takaya New Asian
Eric and Jenny Heckman of Tani Sushi Bistro in Clayton will be expanding downtown with the opening of Takaya New Asian, which will be located in the MX building on the corner of 7th and Washington.
The tasty sandwich shop now has two locations, expanding from The Delmar Loop to the Mercantile Exchange District. Snarf’s MX is now open at 614 Washington Ave. The award winning sandwich shop is open Monday-Friday from 7am-12am and Sunday from 8am-12am.