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Mile 277 Tap & Grill

Mile 277 Tap & Grill

We've long been searching for a biker bar that doesn't make us want to bathe in hand sanitizer, and Mile 277 is the answer to our prayers. The owners spared no expense, from the brushed chrome doors to the hogs scattered throughout the bar.


Sandrina's is a below-the-radar gem in Dogtown that draws a diverse crowd of south city folk. Hipsters and hoosiers commingle for drinks and from-scratch late night food.
Los Punk

Los Punk

Born out of the need to simply have some fun, Los Punk on south city's Cherokee Street has cold brews and hot daily special street food.

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  • Failoni


    6715 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-781-5221 Since 1916 the Failoni family has been quietly turning out some of the best food in St. Louis inside this pile of bricks along an industrial stretch of Manchester. What food! A soaring lemon garlic chicken, a to-die-for Sicilian salad and a pan-fried chicken dinner on Tuesday nights that's nothing short of wonderful. On Thursday and Friday nights, Alex Jr. breaks out the karaoke machine and croons spot-on Sinatra covers. If you want to take in that show, you'll need to reserve a table in advance -- and prepare to enjoy one of St. Louis' hidden gems. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fallon

    Fallon's Bar & Grill

    9200 Olive Blvd. Olivette, MO 63132
    314-991-9800 Located just outside the Inner Belt on Olive Boulevard, Fallon's Bar & Grill is a neighborhood Irish pub with a large food menu and a large drink menu to wash it all down. The list of appetizers features familiar pub fare, including Fallon's Irish twist on nachos, fresh potato chips swimming in Guinness beer cheese, tomatoes, jalapeños, sour cream, and ground hamburger and lamb. Fallon's also offers pizzas, sandwiches, burgers and barbecued pork, brisket and ribs. Entrées follow the familiar Irish-themed path, with corned beef and cabbage, shepherd's pie, and fish and chips highlighting their heavier items, but they also offer a few unexpected items, such as a gnocchi - with sausage, red peppers and a garlic cream sauce - and fresh fish. From the other side of the bar, patrons are offered changing, all-day happy-hour specials and a selection of Irish spirits and beers alongside a full drink menu. Fallon's Bar & Grill offers plenty of seating in the dining room, by the bar and along its sidewalk patio. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fallon

    Fallon's Bar & Grill

    9200 Olive Blvd. Olivette, MO 63132

  • The Famous Bar

    The Famous Bar

    5213 Chippewa Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-2211 The drink is the thing at Famous Bar. You may not find the ambitious pre-Prohibition cocktails that everyone and their mother is trying to do these days, but you will find a solid menu of martinis, margs, shots, cocktails and (oh yeah!) kick-ass, multiple-award-winning bloody marys. The Famous Bar is designed for drinking and flirting and laughing and dancing. And by punning on the name of the long-lost department store just a few blocks down the street, the Famous Bar achieves genius. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fandango


    2940 Dougherty Ferry Road Kirkwood, MO 63122
    636-861-3990 Located on Dougherty Ferry Road in Kirkwood just north of Big Bend Road, Fandango's Sports Bar and Grill has just about everything a bar-and-grill patron could ask for, all packed in behind their glass doors. TVs and sports aplenty line the walls of the establishment, which also holds pool tables, dart boards, two full-service bars and live music on the weekends. The large menu at Fandango's features a slew of appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and entrées, including an eight-ounce flatiron steak and orange roughy prepared grilled, fried or Cajun-style, all served with a salad and side option. Fandango's also has a full wing menu, with several different categories and subcategories. Wing-eaters can go sweet, with options such as teriyaki or honey mustard or sweet and spicy with raspberry-chipotle and Caribbean jerk wings. Spicy, citrus and barbecue wing styles are also sold, all in orders of 10, 20 or 50. The kitchen stays open until 10 p.m. regularly and midnight on Friday and Saturday nights. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Farotto

    Farotto's Italian Restaurant

    9525 Manchester Road Webster Groves, MO 63119
    314-962-0048 Farotto's has been serving up St. Louis-style Italian food since 1956. Appetizers include stuffed risotto cakes, bruschetta and, for true St. Louisans, Provel sticks. Farotto's also offers lunch combos, sandwiches, burgers and pasta. The dinner menu expands the offerings with St. Louis-style pizza, more pasta choices and entrées such as pistachio-encrusted salmon, chicken saltimbocca and a stuffed pork chop: twelve ounces of pig stuffed with portabella mushrooms, onions and blue cheese crumbles then topped with apple-walnut chutney. With its extensive list of coffee cocktails, Farotto's makes for a great escape on a chilly night. Particularly noteworthy is its wine bar, which offers a weekday happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie's Bon-Air

    1530 E. Fourth St. Alton, IL 62002
    618-462-5532 Fast Eddie's may or may not be, as one of its brochures boasts, the "#1 volume bar in the world." Nonetheless, this 80-year-old, 400-seat institution is almost always packed, owing to its serving up filling if not elaborate meals for just a couple of bucks as long as you're willing to buy a drink while you're there and to retrieve your own meal from the counter. The menu has a total of seven items, the most expensive being a beef-tenderloin kebab called a "Big Elwood on a Stick," topping out at a whopping $1.99. A half-pound "Fat Eddie" hamburger is 99 cents, and individual jumbo shrimp are a steal at 29 cents apiece. And don't forget: Only patrons 21 and older are allowed, so leave the kiddos at home. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fat Jack

    Fat Jack's Sports Bar & Grill

    12344 Natural Bridge Road Bridgeton, MO 63044

  • Fat Toney's BBQ

    1627 S. 9th St. St Louis, MO 63104

  • Felix


    6335 Clayton Saint Louis, MO 63139
    314-645-6565 This chic Dogtown restaurant and watering hole could easily overwhelm the senses: Everything here - from the décor (muted gray-purple walls clashing with paintings reminiscent of Magic Eye stereograms) to the eclectic crowd, which includes both college students and 40somethings - has a slightly precarious vibe. But it's that playful quirkiness that makes Felix's worth a visit. With a menu of burgers, pizza, quesadillas and "Saint Louis' best ribs," Felix's has good eats and an that ambiance strikes the perfect first-date balance of "casual hang" and "potential romance," but it's also accessible enough to serve as a good jumping-off point for a wild night of bar-hopping. Or, what the heck, maybe Felix's jukebox, which favors the edgier side of the top 40, might inspire patrons to stay put and dance all night. You just never know -- at Felix's, it's always an adventure. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Fieldhouse

    The Fieldhouse

    510 N. Theresa Ave. St Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-0311 Whether it's the Billikens, Cardinals or Mizzou, the Fieldhouse is the perfect place to catch a game -- there are enough flat screens, not to mention projectors, to cover whatever sporting event you're there to see. Foodwise, expect healthy portions of new American bar food, including a fried green tomato BLT and a Grouben -- that's a grouper sandwich with a classic Reuben twist. Like any good sports bar, Fieldhouse has plenty of choices when it comes to beer and a number of game-day specials -- so even if your team chokes, you still come out a winner. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Filling Station

    The Filling Station

    1924 Pestalozzi St. St. Louis, MO 63118

    At the corner of Pestalozzi and Selena streets in Benton Park sits the Filling Station, a cheerfully unassuming dive bar. This low-key neighborhood joint opens early and stays open late, so patrons can get a world famous locally-made beer along with a pizza most hours of the day. The regulars skew heavily male but are usually more interested in darts, pool or keno than making a connection with any ladies who happen to stop by. The Filling Station features trivia on Tuesdays and karaoke on Wednesdays; smoking is, emphatically, allowed. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Final Destination

    10660 Saint Charles Rock Road St. Ann, MO 63074

  • The Firebird

    The Firebird

    2706 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-0353 It's dark. It's hotter than Satan's girlfriend. The low ceiling means all the heat being generated by the crowd is rising -- only to fall and suffocate unwitting and terribly sweaty concert-goers. But there's something primal and viscerally satisfying about paying to stand and sweat among the crush of bodies while your favorite indie band or local rockers obliterate the stage. If you're looking for a club that is based on atmosphere or ambiance, you might need to look elsewhere. But if it's music you're after, whether it's punk, rock, metal or something completely different, the Firebird is your new best friend. Having hosted everyone from the Dead Milkmen and Swans to Big Freedia and Best Coast, the Firebird is a lively and open-minded host to an show-going experience to be remembered. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Flamingo Bowl

    Flamingo Bowl

    1117 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-436-6666 What makes a great bowling alley? Is it the dusty chic of 1950s-era furniture and watery beer specials? Or is it the sheer enormity of some of the newer hi-tech bowling emporiums, featuring a small city's worth of alleys, several cafés and even laser tag? In the case of Flamingo Bowl, Joe Edwards' joint on Washington Avenue, it's neither. Rather, Edwards has brought a bit of the suburbs to the city with his boutique vision of bowling. Neither too large nor too small, Flamingo Bowl offers twelve lanes, a lounge, an extensive list of cocktails, decent bar food and, of course, a healthy selection of tchotchkes from Edwards' personal collection of mid-century Americana. What's more, Flamingo Bowl is open from noon until 3 a.m. seven days a week, making it both the perfect place for a "working" lunch and an ideal place for a sporting nightcap. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Flannery

    Flannery's Pub

    1324 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-8885 A gleaming, upscale sports bar, the first of its kind along downtown's nightlife-infused strip. Foregoing the grimy, dingy ambiance of most sports bars, Flannery's is a clean, well-lighted place with a straightforward bar-food menu. A dozen flat-screens bedeck the walls; a pair of them, poised behind the bar, make grabbing a stool there a great choice for a night or afternoon of ESPN. If you're not in the mood for a burger and fries, there's a $20 steak on the menu, and a plethora of Schlafly beers on tap to wash it down. Play the Golden Tee in the back if you must, but really, Flannery's is a bit classier than that. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Foam Coffee & Beer

    Foam Coffee & Beer

    3359 Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-2100 Foam's spacious shop on Cherokee provides plenty of space to spread out, either for a long night of studying, or perhaps drinking over some choice entertainment in an intimate atmosphere. Nightly performances include everything from local and touring bands of all kinds to open mic night and live comedy. Belly up to Foam's counter for a coffee, tea, beer or cocktail, or get the best of both worlds with the house specialty "Kosmo" made with Kamora coffee liquer, vodka, espresso and cream over ice. Snacks include fresh baked cookies and mini pizzas, but whether or not you're hungry, make sure you come thirsty. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Focal Point

    The Focal Point

    2720 Sutton Blvd Saint Louis, MO 63143
    314-560-2778 This cozy spot in Maplewood's arts district features theater-style seating and an elevated stage where the crème de la crème of traditional music perform regularly. The Focal Point primarily offers grass-fed pure folk, as well as the time-honored sounds of Celtic, Cajun, blues and Americana curated by a volunteer-driven old-time music consortium. The Focal Point also offers open mics and songwriter showcases on the regular. You won't hear traditional Spanish canciones, but the Focal Point is Siamese twins with Maya Cafe, so you don't have even have to leave the building to enjoy dinner and a show. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Foley

    Foley's Irish Bar

    3522 Greenwood Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63143

    If you like your American beer cheap and your happy hours cheaper, if your preferred dress code is anything goes, then Foley's may be the place you seek. It's classic St. Louis in oh-so-many ways: its architecture (two rooms of century-old exposed brick and lofty tin ceilings), its demographics (middle-class, skewing so heavily male that there are two men's restrooms and one ladies'), its featured entertainment (pool tables, live bands playing country and rock hits), its camaraderie (friendly clientele and free weekly poker leagues), and most of all, its attitude (relaxed - but not dead). Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Foley's Tavern

    7714 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62223

  • Forever Legends

    2204 Fosterberd Road Alton, IL 62002

  • The Fortune Teller Bar

    The Fortune Teller Bar

    2635 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-776-2337 Words like strange, esoteric and mystic come to mind as common descriptors when co-owners Matt Thenhaus, Kristin Dennis and Sam Coffey attempt to describe Fortune Teller Bar, which was unearthed and made into their own animal based on the vintage façade yielding the same name. The space has an unclear history of its previous inhabitants and certainly carries on its mysterious vibe in spades with bizarre art, taxidermy, fortune telling and an intoxicating cocktail selection. With local meat and cheese boards, a hefty selection of craft beer and beyond (along with the background to go behind each pour), and house-made goods such as pickle vodka, bitters and pickled eggs, patrons have equal opportunities to try what they know or take a walk on the not-so-mild side. Appropriate for south city hipsters and businesspeople alike, FTB lends a much-welcomed new late night element to the Cherokee Street neighborhood. Stop in to see what your future holds. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fox and Hound Pub & Grille

    Fox and Hound Pub & Grille

    17416 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005
    636-536-0802 More American bar and grill than British pub, Fox and Hound in the Chesterfield Commons is a large chain restaurant and bar with an expansive food-and-drink menu. With daily beer and drink specials, and plenty of big screen TVs, the atmosphere at Fox and Hound is lively. Starters include pot-roast sliders, pretzel dunkers served with spicy queso and horseradish mustard, and wings available in nine different sauces. Soups and salads are available, as well as heavier fare, including burgers, sandwiches and entrées. In addition to the massive combo platter of a half rack of ribs served with a chicken breast, Buffalo wings or chicken tenders, Texas Toast and a side of fries, entrées include Jamaican chicken, chicken-and-poblano pepper enchiladas, and Newcastle Ale-battered fish and chips. Fox and Hound also serves up wood-oven-fired pizzas, featuring specialties such as Buffalo chicken with a spicy blue cheese sauce, a basil pesto sauce topped with chicken and mushrooms, or the option to build your own from a list of toppings. Fox and Hound is also available for private parties. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    4140 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-775-0775 The Fox Hole is attached to the booming and eclectic Grove nightspot Atomic Cowboy, and brings a gritty rock club vibe to the complex's mélange of entertainment and spirits. See the occasional touring act in the blacked-out Fox Hole, feast your eyes on a bevy of burlesque beauties who perform regularly in this intimate space, or let your ears feast on the stylings of some of the best local bands - from punk to rock to hip hop and everything in-between. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Fox Theatre

    The Fox Theatre

    527 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1111 The Fox Theatre deserves every bit of its "fabulous" reputation - it's a cathedral for the arts, and any seat in the house is prime for worship. The exquisite ceilings and ornate Siamese Byzantine decor alone will impress even the most jaded concert-goers, and its grandiose fabulousity is often mentioned by the performers who grace its illustrious stage. The grand theater, with its spiraling staircases and tiered seating, is the perfect host to both Broadway spectaculars and big-name musical acts. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

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