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St Louis' very own Little Italy. Everything from cigars, groceries, shopping , and amazing food.
The Hill is known for it's Italian Food. Try out Zia, Mama Campisi's, Favazzas and so many more for some amazing Italian. You can get a great pizza at Guido's, sandwhich at Gioia's or gelato.
Lots of shotgun houses, commercial spaces and all the Italian eateries you could want.
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