We are happy to be located on The Hill, regarded as the largest, most intact Italian neighborhood in the United States. It's one of the most visited neighborhoods in St. Louis.
The anchor of The Hill, St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, is just south of us.
The Bell Tower is visible from this view. Soapy jaywalks to Milo's Bocce Garden.
The Italian Immigrants sculpture in front of St. Ambrose Church reflects the 100-year history of both Northern and Southern Italians settling here. Many found work in the brickyards and clay pits nearby.
St. Ambrose Parish began in 1903 and built this captivating church in 1926.
Every Italian town has its piazza. Across the street from the church, you'll find Piazza Imo. Relax, meet friends, play a game of chess. (Photo taken before dogs were not allowed.)
Italia-America Bocce Club is members only but when there's a big tournament, go see some talented bowlers. Or join a league.
Kitty-corner to the church, you'll find Milo’s Bocce Garden. The lively bar and restaurant has been a tavern since 1902. Try your hand at a game of bocce.
Shop Italian grocery stores for everything from anchovies to ziti.
Who can pass a bakery? Choose from several.
Choosing a flavor of gelato is challenging, but worth the effort.
Restaurants draw hundreds to The Hill daily. From sandwich shops…
to coffee houses...
to elegant dining.
After eating, take a walk around the neighborhood. Discover countless Madonnas.
Enjoy the quirky architecture of The Hill. Look for building elements salvaged from the 1904 World’s Fair.
The Hill Neighborhood Center at Dagget and Marconi conserves and displays memorabilia and the history of the community. The Center offers information, maps, and souvenirs. They're not always open—we can also help guide you, just ask.
Visit The Hill for the many events held yearly, such as the Wine Walk, Italian Heritage Day, La Festa, and Soap Box Derby.
Over Labor Day weekend, pro cyclists converge for the Giro della Montagna, part of the Gateway Cup.
Christmas on The Hill brings the holiday spirit home.
Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate offers free tours of its state-of-the-art facility. They’re like us—all natural!
Treasure hunt at antique markets.
Play in Berra Park and Sublette Park.