Blueberry Hill

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Blueberry Hill is a restaurant and bar located in the Delmar Loop neighborhood in University City. Chuck Berry performs there one Wednesday each month downstairs in the Duck Room. Blueberry Hill possesses a wide appeal among St. Louisans during the day and evening, and becomes a popular twenty-something hangout at night, with many Washington University students visiting throughout the week. The restaurant is decorated with various music memorabilia, figurines, and even centaur statues. The restaurant is famous for its hamburgers and has several themed rooms, such as a karaoke room (lined with jukeboxes) and a darts room, which hosts a weekly league and an annual tournament.

The exterior sign has recently been renovated. It now includes three bright marquee screens and a tall neon-accented sign with two 50s-era dancers.

Outside the restaurant is the Walk of Fame, the brainchild of Blueberry Hill's owner, Joe Edwards. The Walk of Fame, lining the sidewalks on both sides of Delmar, features stars with the names of celebrities that have hailed from St. Louis. New names are added each year.

Contact Information

6504 Delmar, in The Loop
St. Louis, MO 63130
Phone: (314) 727-4444

Map

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