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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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    O'B Clark's

    1921 S. Brentwood Blvd. Brentwood, MO 63144
    314-961-8900 With more than a dozen flat-screen TVs, a large menu of pub grub, plenty of beers and the KMOX (1120 AM) Blues post-game show held on-site, O'B Clark's on Brentwood Boulevard just south of Highway 40 is undeniably a sports bar. If there's a game going on, then there's probably a game on, be it hockey, baseball, football or fútbol. Crowds often file in following local games as well. The menu features appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches and pizza. Starters include chicken wings, potato skins and fried green beans. The long list of big sandwiches features steak burgers, a Reuben, pork cutlet, grilled cheese and salami on rye; all come with their own sides, including fries, slaw or one of O'B. Clark's soups. Pizzas round out the menu and are available after midnight along with the appetizers. O'B. Clark's also offers carryout and catering services. Read more about O'B Clark's >>

  • O'connell's Pub

    2401 Washington Ave. Granite City, IL 62040
    618-452-5383 The pub environs are evocatively cluttered and dim, the hamburgers justly legendary. But before you reflexively put in that burger-and-requisite-side-of-fried-mushrooms order, take a moment to reacquaint yourself with the single (and never-changing) daily special. There are people who'd journey 1,000 miles just for those rib tips on a Saturday. O'Connell's is open 'til 1:30 a.m. on weeknights, and extends its weekend hours to 3 a.m. so patrons can lap up their Jameson with a Guinness piggyback in the deliciously dim interior of the well-aged bar. Service here rarely comes with a smile (it's more like a curt nod, especially if you're on the restaurant side). Still, there are always interesting folks on hand for an Irish Car Bomb drink-off. Read more about O'connell's Pub >>

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    3828 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Sunset Hills, MO 63127
    314-842-7678 O'Leary's is a friendly Irish-themed pub boasting the slogan, "Enter as strangers, leave as friends" -- and that seems just about right for a place this cheerful. On any given night, O'Leary's draws a pretty good-sized crowd, whether they come for karaoke on Thursday and Saturday nights, trivia on Tuesday or simply O'Leary's signature "world famous" fried pickle chips. The large menu features a blend of Irish pub fare, bar food and hearty entrées. There are sliders, wings, T-ravs and loaded baked potato chips made in-house and covered with ranch, cheese and bacon. O'Leary's large, half-pound burgers are served numerous ways, including open-faced and topped with cheddar and fries or with egg, bacon and cheese or with a heap of fried pickles over the meat. O'Leary's has drinks for just about every palate, from the special O'Leary's ale to Guinness to the sophisticated Anti-Oxidant martini, made up of Absolut Berry Acai, DeKuyper Pomegranate Schnapps and lemon juice. Thursday nights offer $6 bucket specials on domestic beers and $10 Schlafly pitchers, which generally attract a younger crowd. The generous happy hour runs Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., with a late-night happy hour Monday through Thursday from 10 p.m. to midnight. Read more about O'Leary's >>

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    O'Malley's Irish Pub

    1900 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118

    Located on Cherokee Antique Row in Marine Villa across from the Benton Park neighborhood, O'Malley's Irish Pub serves up typical Irish dishes, such as shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage, and potato soup. The affordable meals also include American pub grub, including chicken strips and burgers. Read more about O'Malley's Irish Pub >>

  • Off Broadway

    Off Broadway

    3509 Lemp Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-773-3363 Off Broadway has hosted shows for more than 30 years in its cozy listening room. A smaller, intimate stage makes it easy for concert-goers to feel like a part of the experience, with warm lights casting an aura of mellow over musicians. Every kind of music looks and sounds good here, from indie rock to national alt-country, and a spacious patio sets the scene for the occasional day-long music festival. The bartenders are as friendly as the prices, and there's plenty of room on the dance floor. For a birds's eye view, simply pull up a chair on the second-story balcony. Read more about Off Broadway >>

  • Office

    4532 Virginia Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111

  • Office Lounge

    21 N. Church St. Belleville, IL 62220

  • Old Millstream Inn Restaurant

    Old Millstream Inn Restaurant

    912 S. Main St. St. Charles, MO 63301

    Located on Main Street right near McDonough Street, Old Millstream Inn Restaurant and Beer Garden provides hearty American pub fare in a casual, rustic setting, including a heavily stocked outdoor beer garden. Patrons can enjoy the scenic waterfall rolling on while sitting in the outdoor patio or head inside for a cozy meal. The restaurant reopened in 2008 after a fire, but the kitchen is going again with a selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and entrées. Starters include cold artichoke dip with pita chips, crab cakes and mill fries - fried and seasoned whole potatoes, which are also served with each sandwich. Old Millstream serves up a number of different sandwiches, such as a beef dip with Swiss on a hoagie with a side of au jus, and a chicken salad sandwich served on hearty wheatberry bread. Entrées, served after 5 p.m., include a grilled Atlantic salmon and a Gouda-stuffed pork loin, both served with rice and veggies. The restaurant also offers a changing dessert menu of various homemade sweets. Beneath the restaurant, patrons can find the Old Millstream's beer cooler, where they will find 100 different bottled beers in stock and ready to serve. Read more about Old Millstream Inn Restaurant >>

  • Old Rock House

    Old Rock House

    1200 S. 7th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-588-0505 In the basement of the Old Rock House lies the Smoke Joint, a barbecue spot that provides concertgoers with Memphis-style ribs, Frito pie, chicken and turkey sandwiches, all available during the venue's live concerts. The restaurant's chef, Mark Renaud, competed in barbecue contest Memphis in May (He placed 17th overall out of more than 400 contestants.) Read more about Old Rock House >>

  • Old Town Tavern

    155 S. Main St. Glen Carbon, IL 62034

  • Old Tymer

    Old Tymer's

    12667 New Halls Ferry Rd Florissant, MO 63033

  • Olde Bridge Inn

    519 N. Main St. Caseyville, IL 62232

  • Olio


    1634 Tower Grove Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-932-1088 Olio sits in a brilliantly re-purposed service station in the McRee neighborhood. With the Midwest’s top sommelier Andrey Ivanov at the helm, you can expect a topnotch wine list, which Olio has, including some odd varietals and a great Rosé made just for them. But the cocktails, too, are first rate. The menu changes each month, and bar manager John Fausz pays homage to classic cocktails from every era. The drink list is an eloquent little history lesson on the origin of each selection. Olio has nothing on draft, but it does offer a carefully curated list of beers in bottles and cans. Be sure to order a bite from the small kitchen, which is visible from the bar. From snacks like marinated olives, toasted nuts and hummus to heartier fare like tartines and rotisserie chicken, the food is every bit as good as the drinks. Read more about Olio >>

  • One-Nite Stand

    One-Nite Stand

    2800 Ohio Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118

    The problem with most bars? You can't take the liquor home with you. Not so at One Nite Stand on Gravois-in addition to pool tables, Friday and Saturday night karaoke, low prices and ashtrays galore, this place also sells package liquor for those of us who, um, drink more than we grocery shop. The owner is usually found presiding at the end of the bar, and the exclamatory ethos here are clear, via behind-the-bar signage: "Drink water at home! $5 a glass," "Who loves you? Nobody!" and "Get out!" Read more about One-Nite Stand >>

  • Orbit Pinball Lounge

    Orbit Pinball Lounge

    7401 Hazel Ave. St. Louis, MO 63143

    Those who were lucky enough to grow up in an age when mechanical-ball-and-paddle amusements originally debuted can relate to the decor here. Classic pinball cabinets furnish the front half of the bar as do brightly lit tabletops and securely hung wall fixtures. While the busy chatter of clinking steel balls, paddle flips and Skee-Ball rolls sound off subtlety from the game room, the bar itself and its surrounding padded leather seats still allow for quiet, candle-lit conversation and relaxation. Easily recognizable faces gracing the machines include Arnold Schwarzenegger's Jack Slater from Last Action Hero and the emaciated Crypt Keeper of Tales from the Crypt. Orbit has three Skee-Ball lanes in addition to these ten pinball tables which house little Star Wars, Jurassic Park and The Simpsons themed trinkets. Read more about Orbit Pinball Lounge >>

  • The Original Crusoe

    The Original Crusoe's Restaurant

    3152-54 Osceola at Compton St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-0620 A south-city mainstay since 1979, the Original Crusoe's Restaurant serves classic pub grub along with more upscale options. Diners can start their meal with appetizers such as spinach-artichoke dip, breaded wings and mini rye pizzas. Entrées include chicken and beef choices, such as "mud steak," a ten-ounce steak served in a pepper-garlic, white-wine, lemon-butter sauce with mushrooms, and Provel on top. Crusoe's also serves breakfast on Sundays, with traditional favorites, including a slinger, omelets, pancakes, and steak and eggs. Those up for the challenge can order the BAB burger -- that would be "Big Ass Burger" -- 40 ounces of beef and fries on the side. Crusoe's also has banquet facilities and offers catering. Read more about The Original Crusoe's Restaurant >>

  • Otis Campbell's

    216 W. Front St. Washington, MO 63090

  • Otts Tavern

    20 E. Washington St. Millstadt, IL 62260

  • Our Cliffside Inn

    4922 Clifton Terrace Rd Godfrey, IL 62035

  • Our Place

    704 Henry St. Edwardsville, IL 62025

  • Outlaws Bar & Grill

    Outlaws Bar & Grill

    119 Walker Rd Farmington, MO 63640

  • Outsider

    104 S. Market St. Waterloo, IL 62298

  • Over/Under Bar & Grill

    Over/Under Bar & Grill

    911 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-621-8881 While you may not be able to place your bets at the Over/Under, its 37 TVs definitely make it easy to follow all your picks. Located in the historic Lammert Building, the bar and grill's high ceilings, concrete floor, large windows and exposed ceiling match the look and feel of its Washington Avenue neighborhood. In addition to wall-to-wall sports coverage, including dual private screens in each booth, the Over/Under also offers standard pub fare with a hint of not-so-standard classiness. Their fries are waffle cut and come with a Gorgonzola cream sauce. And while the nachos come with the expected beef-and-nacho-cheese combo, expect flower tortillas, chorizo and an avocado crema on your plate as well. For those in the mood for a burger to go with the game, diners can choose between a half-pound of Angus beef or a trio of American Kobe sliders. The upper-deck level is home-sweet-home cozy; there's also a beautiful outdoor patio for those who want to dine al fresco. Drinks aren't sports-bar cheap, but then again, you're in the Audi of sports bars. Read more about Over/Under Bar & Grill >>

  • Oz Nightclub

    300 Monsanto Ave. Sauget, IL 62201
    618-274-1464 If you prefer action over ass, then the Oz is your east-side spot. It's three clubs in one: The main room has a dance floor, techno and house DJs, and four bars. An outdoor lounge called Patio Blue bumps hip-hop under a tented ceiling. The Emerald City VIP lounge has a decadent Casbah feel. Overall, there's a heady hook-up vibe in this all-night wonderland. Should you somehow not score, you can always stumble over to one of the strip bars next door. Read more about Oz Nightclub >>