On The Hill, you can fill up on toasted ravioli, hot salami sandwiches, cannoli, gelato and more.

The Hill

Mangia bene, vivi felice. Eat well, live happy. On The Hill, the mantra rings true.

Founded by Italian immigrants in the early 1800s, the unique St. Louis neighborhood has a rich history – plus, a scrumptious selection of consumables. Fill up on toasted ravioli, hot salami sandwiches, bruschetta, caponata, salsiccia, cannoli, gelato and more; then, shop for goods and gifts that you won’t find anywhere else.

Among the mom-and-pop shops, authentic Italian bakeries, well-established trattorie and fine-dining restaurants, 21st-century establishments – think coffee shops, breweries, taco joints and studios – have sustained the energy of the cozy enclave over the years.

Residents and visitors alike flock to The Hill to explore the tight-knit neighborhood, enjoy a family-friendly feast and even play a game of bocce.