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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

Sandrina's

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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  • The Galaxy

    1227 Washington Ave. St Louis, MO 63103-1903
    314-231-6968

  • Gallagher

    Gallagher's

    114 W. Mill St. Waterloo, IL 62298
    618-939-9933

    http://www.gallagherswaterloo.com Gallagher's is an American restaurant located in Waterloo, Illinois. It serves burgers, pastas, steaks and other American fare. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Rook

    Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill

    12322 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights, MO 63043-3906
    314-205-9500

    http://www.rooksbar.com Nestled way back in the parking lot of a La Quinta Inn, Rook's Gameday Bar and Grill is a sprawling sports bar / music venue with pool tables -- free to play, all day every day -- darts, live music and some damn good food. Recommended are the "Wowza" wings, breaded and whole -- delicious. Rather than covering the place with kitschy crap as bars of this type sometimes do, they classed it up a few notches; framed art adorns the walls. On a given night you might hear rock, blues, or cover bands spanning several decades of pop music. The nearby hotel makes for an interesting mix of people as well -- road-weary travelers of all kinds looking for a show or something to eat will find Rook's to be an excellent way to fill their time and stomachs. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Gamlin Whiskey House

    Gamlin Whiskey House

    236 North Euclid Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63108
    314-875-9500

    http://www.gamlinwhiskeyhouse.com Brothers Lucas and Derek Gamlin of SubZero Vodka Bar make a foray into other spirits with their whiskey-themed steak house, Gamlin Whiskey House. Gamlin is unapologetically masculine with rustic décor, a hearty menu and what seems like every brown liquor under the sun. The spirits list includes selections from every major whiskey producer -- there are Scotches, American bourbons, Canadian ryes and Irish whiskeys -- all available neat, as part of a flight or in a craft cocktail. Signature drinks like the “Bees Knees,” a delicious blend of Knob Creek Rye and ginger ale over honey-laced ice cubes, showcase Gamlin’s cocktail creativity. Whiskey may be the theme, but Gamlin does not skimp on the food. The menu is unfussy, with items like rib eye, pork steak and bourbon-brined chicken providing hearty comfort. The "Moon Dance Farm Pot Pie" is especially noteworthy, its beef-laden tomato broth made rich with tender meat, vegetables and creamy mashed potatoes. Sure, Gamlin is a little indulgent, but, after a few Manhattans, we don’t really care. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Gargoyle

    Gargoyle

    6445 Forsyth Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-935-5917

    By day, the Gargoyle Club is a nondescript room in the basement of Wash U's Mallinkrodt Center, just below the Edison Theatre Box Office. By night, though, visiting indie rock acts magically transform the Gargoyle into a murky, earthy, sweaty club packed with college radio fans. The sound and lighting leave much to be desired, but a great band at the Gargoyle more often than not turns out a great show despite the room's deficiencies. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Gas House Grill

    The Gas House Grill

    12643 Olive Blvd. Creve Coeur, MO 63141
    314-542-5000

    http://www.gashousegrill.com

  • Gater

    Gater's Bar and Restaurant

    2778 Lindbergh Blvd. Florissant, MO 63033
    314-831-1777

    Gater's is a sprawling sports bar with a loyal customer base -- within 5 minutes I had concerned patrons asking me what my business was with a camera. After explaining myself I was greeted heartily and told that "Tiffany is the best bartender is St. Louis!" The bar itself is unique in that the area where Miss Tiffany was working is actually sunken in, making those seated at the bar tower over the staff, in office chairs. Oh yeah, they have wheelie office chairs rather than barstools, too -- one can imagine the drunken shenanigans that invites. Tiffany served up the bar's signature shot - a "Gater shot", whose secret recipe involves five kinds of liquor and tastes like lime-aid. Delicious. Nine TVs line the walls, and DJ Money (there every Thursday) was spinning hip hop records to a receptive group of North County partiers. Add to all that a dozen tables, the obligatory Big Buck Hunter and electronic darts games and you have a not-so-secret recipe for a good time. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Gateway Lounge

    4201 Prairie Ave St Louis, MO 63107-1723
    314-371-8855

  • Old Timers Saloon

    Old Timers Saloon

    9212 St. Charles Rock Road Breckenridge Hills, MO 63114
    314-426-9990

    When St. Louis passed the new laws that tightened the reins on smoking in the area, Old Timers Saloon in Breckenridge Hills was left with a choice: Either stop serving bar food or ban smoking within the establishment. The owners chose the former, and it's a shame, because the inclusion of food would put this bar over the top. Described by staff as a "blue collar bar", Old Timers has a loyal clientele of neighborhood folks and union guys -- word is it was quite a cop hangout when it still served food, as the police station is just a couple blocks away. The upstairs area has a large U-shaped bar that can be approached from all angles and the newly renovated downstairs has a small stage for live entertainment and a pool table. Mondays are half price on everything -- so if they only still served food I think this place could potentially cure even the worst case of the Mondays. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • GC Food & Brewery

    GC Food & Brewery

    11411 Olive Blvd. Creve Coeur, MO 63141
    314-432-3535

    http://www.gcfb.net The GC stands for Granite City - though not Granite City, Illinois. This chain of brewpubs, with locations in twelve states, opened its first restaurant in Minnesota. All locations share a single brewing facility; fermentation is the only step of the process to occur in the restaurant itself. GC produces four styles of beer - bock, stout, IPA and lager - as well as a rotating seasonal offering. The bock is the standout, with a clear, mildly sweet malt flavor. The menu is long, with many beer-friendly offerings: waffle fries, wings and nachos; burgers, sandwiches and flatbreads. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Gentelin

    Gentelin's on Broadway

    122 E. Broadway Alton, IL 62002
    618-465-6080

    http://www.gentelinsonbroadway.com Chef Ryan Gentelin offers familiar fare prepared well, with the occasional flourish of presentation or touch of inspired fusion. You have more than a dozen entrées from which to choose, with grilled meats and seafood your best bet. (There are also several dishes noted as vegetarian friendly.) The wild mushroom toasted ravioli are fantastic, and the bread pudding, served with homemade cinnamon ice cream and a decadent caramel-bourbon sauce, is worth the calories. Your lasting memory will be the view of the Clark Bridge and Mississipi River. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Geo

    Geo's Wings and More

    4307 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62226
    618-233-9464

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Geos-Wings-More/173337390352 Geo's Wings and More serves up meaty, unbreaded wings, fried crisp -- a perfect canvas for the Belleville, Illinois' American eatery's palette of more than 50 house-made sauces. You've got your traditional Buffalo sauces at all heat levels, smoky barbecues, creamy Parmesan-based bastes to soothe the scorched tongue and zesty horseradish-spiked creations, including one with cranberry sauce. Geo's even has something for the wing-phobic: Trash Wings. These are fried, dipped in traditional wing sauce, fried again and sauced again for the crispest wing with the richest concentration of traditional Buffalo flavor -- and not a hint of a feather-hole to be found. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • George's On Clayton

    15856 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-391-1616

    http://www.georgesonclayton.com

  • Georgee's

    103 N. Lincoln Drive Troy, MO 63379
    636-528-9601

  • Gio

    Gio's Ristorante & Bar

    701 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-241-2424

    http://www.giosdowntown.com Gio's Ristorante on Market Street downtown offers a combination of fine and casual dining across from Kiener Plaza. With its entrance along Seventh Street, this Italian eatery prepares familiar, traditional fare as well as some American favorites. Diners can start their meal with braised mussels or with onion rings. Their lunch menu includes several pasta dishes, for example penne carbonara, pizzas and a number of grilled sandwiches, such as meatball sliders topped with cheese and arugula. The dinner menu includes lamb chops with a cumin yogurt sauce as well as a 32-ounce bone-in rib eye. In addition to their comfortable interior seating, Gio's offers a few tables and chairs seated outdoors in the courtyard of the Gateway One building. They also offer free garage parking at Eighth and Chestnut streets. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Good Tymes Saloon

    200 N. Main St. Dupo, IL 62239
    618-286-9693

  • Graham

    Graham's Grill & Bayou Bar

    612 W. Woodbine Kirkwood, MO 63122
    314-965-2003

    http://www.saucemagazine.com/grahamsgrill/ Graham's is a convivial neighborhood spot in Kirkwood that caters to indecisive diners. Want Cajun/Creole food? There's red beans and rice, etouffee and gumbo. Want pasta? You've got five to choose from, including pasta jambalaya. Bayou baskets come stuffed with your choice of fried crawfish tails, crab cakes, clam strips, fried oysters or coconut shrimp. Then there's fresh seafood, tavern food (like burgers and sandwiches), barbecue from the smoker out back, grilled steaks and even a children's menu and house-made bread pudding in a spicy rum sauce. Head to Graham's for a low-key-but-fun Friday night, when you want to eat on the cheap and listen to some local music. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Gramophone

    The Gramophone

    4243 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-531-5700

    http://www.thegramophonelive.com The Gramophone is one of the stalwarts of the Grove's burgeoning nightclub scene. The venue prides itself on booking a stylistically diverse mix of music, from up and coming hip hop acts to bloghouse DJs and swampy Delta blues. The Gramophone is also the new home of legendary bi-weekly dance party London Calling. With its classy yet laid-back feel, non-smoking policy and great drink selection, the Gramophone is suitable for just about any genre. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Grand Center Cabaret

    634 N. Grand Blvd. St Louis, MO 63103-1002
    314-289-1500

    http://www.grandcenter.org

  • Grand Slam Sports Bar & Grill

    Grand Slam Sports Bar & Grill

    519 Mae Court Fenton, MO 63026
    636-343-0900

    http://www.grandslamstl.com Tucked furtively behind one of Fenton's finest storage-rental facilities, Grand Slam Bar and Grill is the ideal hideaway for wayward bikers, weary truckers or any other lonely soul on the lookout for a secluded spot to grab a cold one and a bite to eat. Bright with natural light from the windowed front wall, bar seating allows customers to get a good view of themselves in the mirrored back bar and ponder their lives. If introspection isn't your cup of tea, head out to the patio during the warmer months, where a bartender serves up faux tropical cocktails to patrons from the makeshift tiki bar. Hungry? The bar's signature sour cream-and-bacon potato wedges are practically guaranteed to put you into a food coma -- a perfect excuse for zoning out in front of the game with your fellow roguish brethren. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Grappa Grill

    Grappa Grill

    1644 Country Club Plaza St. Charles, MO 63303
    636-940-5400

    http://www.grappagrill.com Sprawling something-for-everyone menu starts with burgers and basic bar food. Toss in a moderately priced selection of chicken, steak and seafood entrées and unusual stuff like chocolate ravioli for dessert, and the result is a locally owned take on Houlihans or T.G.I. Friday's. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Great Grizzly Bear

    Great Grizzly Bear

    1027 Geyer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-231-0444

    http://www.greatgrizzlybear.net At the corner of Geyer Avenue and Menard Street in the historic Soulard neighborhood, the Great Grizzly Bear's brick building plays host to casual barflies and annual Mardi Gras revelers alike inside and on its large patio. The menu features more than a dozen appetizers, including potato skins, nachos and its specialty "Grizzly Balls," a shredded cheese and chicken concoction spiked with hot sauce and fried. Cajun specialties include jambalaya and Mardis Gras blackened shrimp. Great Grizzly Bear also offers soups, salads and a large selection of sandwiches, including burgers and melts. For dessert, try the fried twinkies (not for the faint of heart). Sports fans can hop on the Grizzly Bear sports shuttle to get to the game and back, so long as your promise to get your pre- and post- game on. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Great Pacific Coffee Company

    Great Pacific Coffee Company

    220 S. First St. Pacific, MO 63069
    636-257-9911

    http://www.greatpacificcoffee.com

  • The Grey Fox Pub

    The Grey Fox Pub

    3503 S. Spring Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-772-2150

    http://www.greyfoxstl.com Grey Fox Cabaret is one of those tricky neighborhood bars that takes you by surprise. The unassuming exterior suggests a neighborhood bar with cheap drinks and maybe a couple flatscreens showing sports. But oh no: Inside is a full-on drag-queen cabaret. The place is divided in two; you enter on the bar side, but beyond the bar, there's a real live theater. The Grey Fox gets insane with bachelorette and birthday parties any night it hosts drag shows (Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with drag kings performing every other Thursday). While its out-of-the-way south-side location should be a deterrent for county folk, you'll still find them here in droves, celebrating with the kind of entertainment that you just can't find outside the city limits. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Ground Floor

    215 E. Main St. Belleville, IL 62220
    618-236-3767

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