Mardi Gras 2019 St. Louis

Best of St. Louis Mardi Gras 2019

Let’s Party, St. Louis! One of our biggest celebrations – St. Louis Mardi Gras – is just around the corner! We love that Soulard is home to the second biggest Mardi Gras celebration outside of New Orleans. Festivities last for weeks here in ‘The Lou’, kicking off with Twelfth Night and ending with the Grand […]

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party bus for new years eve st louis

Celebrating New Year’s Eve 2018 in St. Louis

December 31, 2018 is one of the biggest party nights of the year. People get together to ring in the New Year all across St. Louis, from big hotel bashes to more exclusive private parties. Here, our travel and event experts are sharing their favorite ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in St. Louis. No […]

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Your Holiday Planning List

How to use a taxi to make your life less stressful during the holidays. We love the holiday season in St. Louis. Local stores, gift shops and restaurants add festive finishing touches to celebrate the Christmas season. While the holidays are fun, they can also be stressful. It takes some serious planning and effort to […]

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Getting to the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club

We’re thrilled that Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis was chosen as the home of the 2018 PGA Championship. Plus, we’re event more excited to be the only taxi company in the St. Louis area to be chosen as a recommended rideshare company to and from Westminster Christian Academy, which is the only official Rideshare […]

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St. Louis Parade in Dogtown

The St. Louis Guide for St. Patrick’s Day

There’s a little Irish in us all on March 17th. St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday filled with shades of green, shamrock decorations, and copious amounts of “Kiss Me I’m Irish” T-shirts. Every year, people pack the pubs and roam the streets of St. Louis just to get a good glimpse of the holiday parade. […]

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Safety is Key on Halloween

Halloween Hazards You Probably Aren’t Thinking About

It’s fun to take in the thrills and chills of Halloween, but only if the dangers are all pretend. October 31st always brings heavy pedestrian traffic, especially children who are dressed in dark colors and experiencing a full-on sugar rush.  Do your part to reduce the risk of real-life scary stories by being extra vigilant. 1. […]

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