Was located at the corner of Tamm and Clayton / Cake artist: Jess Goldthorpe


Dogtown is a section of St. Louis, just south of Forest Park. It isn’t, however, considered one of the 79 neighborhoods of St. Louis, but it is part of the Clayton-Tamm neighborhood. Dogtown was originally a settlement for miners called Cheltenham in the 19th century. Today it is well-known for being the home of the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in St. Louis, as it is known for its Irish heritage. (There is also a St. Patricks Day parade in downtown St. Louis, too) It is also known for its fine line of restaurants, bars and shops. And not surprisingly, you may find some pet-friendly places in Dogtown, such as leash parking and hooking areas outside businesses!

Historic Dogtown banner
Historic Dogtown banner

leash it

Cake placement date: April 25

Where is the cake now?: The cake sold in the biddingforgood auction for $806 on 1/1/2015.

Memories: It had moved around while in Dogtown. One of the places it was located was in front of the Latitude 26 Smokehouse.

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