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Mangia Italiano

Mangia Italiano

Mangia Italiano is a classy 3 a.m. bar right in the middle of South Grand. There is plenty of free live music to be had, from Vinyl Fight DJ spins to the Dave Stone Trio’s incomparable jazz.


When Melt, originally located in the south Carondelet neighborhood, moved to Cherokee Street, it expanded everything from its square-footage and menu to its hours and entertainment initiatives.


Cicero’s in the Loop is a beer lover’s haven. With selections that alternate weekly, you can try just about any beer you’ve ever heard of along with a handful you haven’t.

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  • The Ice House

    909 Main Plaza Drive Wentzville, MO 63385-1168

  • Idle Hour Bar

    115 E. Wall St. Worden, IL 62097

  • Il Bel Lago

    Il Bel Lago

    11631 Olive Blvd Creve Coeur, MO 63141
    314-994-1080 Il Bel Lago may sit in a commercial strip along Olive Boulevard, but once inside, diners are whisked away to an upscale, romantic setting. Starters include Italian-restaurant staple calamari, while entrée options range from the house cannelloni to rack of lamb to lobster tail. Lunch-time diners can enjoy a one of Il Bel Lago's pasta dishes or risotto, or simply opt for a club sandwich or pizza. Read more about Il Bel Lago >>

  • The In Spot Dessert Bar & Lounge

    The In Spot Dessert Bar & Lounge

    5854 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-454-6969 Quietly situated in an unassuming building along Delmar Boulevard, just east of Hodiamont Avenue, hides the In Spot Dessert Bar & Lounge. The In Spot provides a warm, hip atmosphere laced with jazz and lounge music on Thursday through Sunday nights. Their small-plate menu features shareable items such as raspberry hot wings, Cajun catfish nuggets, chipotle sweet-potato fries and a variety of flatbread melts and pizzas. The sweeter side of their menu is highlighted by their creamy martini sips, combinations of Italian ice cream and liqueur. Flavors include caramel amaretto, coffee and vanilla, and the RumChata sip with RumChata Caribbean rum and Kahlua. A parking lot behind the building is available in addition to street parking. Read more about The In Spot Dessert Bar & Lounge >>

  • Inn Between

    5200 Maryville Rd Granite City, IL 62040

  • International Tap House - CWE

    International Tap House - CWE

    16 S. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108

  • International Tap House-Chesterfield

    International Tap House-Chesterfield

    161 Long Road Chesterfield, MO 63005
    636-537-8787 "500 beers, 40 on tap, 20 countries, 1 location" is displayed proudly on the backs of the bartenders' shirts at the International Tap House. (Although technically iTap has two locations since the opening of a Soulard outpost in June, the original is here in Chesterfield, about five minutes from the Chesterfield Airport exit on highway 40.) With its big-and-shiny exterior, iTap doesn't look like a neighborhood bar, but inside it holds some of the most friendly, welcoming people you'll ever meet. iTap is so proud of its beers from around the world that it actually holds a passport member night; bring yours in Thursday for discounted drinks. And definitely try the Goose Island Bourbon County stout, which regulars swear by. At 13 percent alcohol by volume, it's "beer that tastes like a shot of whiskey." Since iTap doesn't serve any food, though, your best bet might be to make a pit stop down the street at Stephanina's for a pizza before getting too crazy. Read more about International Tap House-Chesterfield >>

  • International Tap House-Soulard

    International Tap House-Soulard

    1709 S. 9th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-621-4333 Chesterfield beer mecca International Tap House found the perfect place for its sister location: beery, cheery Soulard. The place is huge and swank, with exposed brick, buttery soft black leather couches, and a large patio out back for swilling al fresco. The International Tap House, or iTap, features 500 beers in bottles, 40 on draft and absolutely nothing else - although they'll let you order in food from a neighborhood eatery if you're peckish. Read more about International Tap House-Soulard >>

  • Iowa Buffet

    Iowa Buffet

    2727 Winnebago St St. Louis, MO 63118-3832

    Iowa Buffet perfectly exemplifies the phrase, "diamond in the rough." For decades, it has existed quietly on a street corner in the city, unbeknownst to many. Its humble interior channels the eccentricities of a lovable dive with a completely unpretentious vibe (Swimsuit calendar? Check. Scratchers tickets and various pre-packaged snacks? Check). Iowa Buffet isn't here to impress; instead, it operates the same way day in and day out, schlepping cheap beers and comforting eats to all who find their way inside. The "Hank burger," named after original owner Henry Koziaki, gets cooked right alongside the bar in a grill older than most of the bars patrons. It costs only a few bucks and is available pretty much any time of the day. Come into Iowa Buffet on a weekday and you'll get to try one of owner Carolyn McKinney's home-cooked creations. Saturdays feature plates of delicious barbecue. Read more about Iowa Buffet >>

  • Iron Barley

    Iron Barley

    5510 Virginia Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-4500 Hoosier food is elevated to haute status at this unassuming South St. Louis outpost, where chef and owner Tom Coghill (previously head kitchen honcho at Frazer's Brown Bag) wields his cast-iron cookware to produce unbelievable creations: oak-roasted pork and chicken, toasted barley, green beans with bacon and onion, barley paella, hot smoked salmon and more. Coghill goes for broke and hits the jackpot with sweet-salty-spicy combos, like the Ballistic Elvis Sammiche (or sandwich, to the unenlightened): American cheese, strawberry preserves, sliced bananas, peanut butter and red pepper flakes. Just-plain-folk service and kitschy-cute Southern décor round out the experience -- one that's worth having over and over, and cozy outdoor bar and patio make it worth stopping in casually whenever the hunger strikes. Read more about Iron Barley >>

  • Iron Horse Saloon

    7928 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63111

  • Island Bar

    Island Bar

    14560 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-527-9790 Here in landlocked Missouri, it's not every day that we get an island getaway. But if you can fill the void of a tropical paradise with its accoutrements -- surf boards, pirate flags, anchors and a life-sized Captain Morgan statue -- then Island Bar is right for you. A small but friendly heavily-themed bar in Ballwin just off Manchester Road, Island Bar has karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights, plus a Wii console, which they used to use for free bowling tournaments. There hasn't been a tournament in a few years, but customers are welcome to play solo anytime for free. Nicotine users rejoice: Because Island Bar only serves pizza to eat, they plan to remain a smoking bar even after the city of St. Louis enforces its smoke free ordinance after the new year. Read more about Island Bar >>