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Square One Brewery

Square One Brewery

Housed in an old Lafayette Square tavern that was home to an Anheuser-Busch tavern a century ago, Square One's dozen different varieties of house-crafted beer include the staples of every microbrewery.
SOHA Bar & Grill

SOHA Bar & Grill

Step into SOHA Bar & Grill -- off of South Hampton Avenue, of course -- and find yourself in a lodge-like atmosphere complete with a fireplace and wall of taps.
Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant

In a neighborhood where Italian cuisine is king, Spain somehow manages to reign supreme at Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant. For more than a decade, the Hill neighborhood restaurant has served an extensive Spanish wine list alongside small plates.

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  • R & L Sports Bar

    525 E. St Louis Ave. East Alton, IL 62024
    618-254-0002

  • R P M's Lounge 2

    2415 Lebanon Ave. Belleville, IL 62221
    618-236-3959

  • R.T. Weiler

    R.T. Weiler's

    201 N. Main St. St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-947-1593

    http://www.rtweilers.com

  • Rajin' Cajun Piano Bar

    210 W. Third St. Alton, IL 62002
    877-448-0603

    http://www.ragincajunpianobar.net

  • Randy's Double R Bar

    107 S. Main St. Waterloo, IL 62298
    618-939-8110

  • Ranoush

    Ranoush

    6501 Delmar Blvd University City, MO 63130
    314-726-6874

    http://www.ranoush.com Ranoush offers a lively atmosphere (with occasional belly dancers!) and an overview of Syrian cuisine, with an emphasis on appetizers - known here as meze - and grilled meats. The meze range from dishes that will be familiar to those with only a passing knowledge of Middle Eastern cuisine - hummus, of course, and baba gannoujh - to more intriguing fare, like the simple, delicious fava bean dish foul moudames. Entrees include shish kebabs, shish taouk (seasoned, grilled chicken) and both beef and chicken shawarma. Dessert includes knafeh, which brings together baklava and cheesecake. For the full experience, choose from Ranoush's many fruity hookah flavors. Read more about Ranoush >>

  • Raymond's Place Express

    9735 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62223
    618-397-4747

  • Röbller Vineyard

    275 Robller Vineyard Road New Haven, MO 63068
    573-237-3986

    http://www.robllerwines.com

  • The Ready Room

    4195 Manchester Ave St. Louis, MO 63110

    http://www.thereadyroom.com A new music venue coming to St. Louis in spring 2014. Read more about The Ready Room >>

  • The Red 7

    The Red 7

    8658 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-225-9064

    http://www.facebook.com/Red7Club Trying to find a parking space on South Broadway in Affton on a Friday night is like trying to shoot tadpoles in the ocean from a helicopter -- that is to say, almost impossible. The Red 7 is one of the only 18+ clubs in town; it's sort of like Jersey Shore for the St. Louis set, only with more dancing and less tanning. Doesn't matter if it's ten degrees out -- there will be girls standing outside in tank tops. Ah, youth. Read more about The Red 7 >>

  • Red Fish Blue Fish

    Red Fish Blue Fish

    7 Hawks Nest Plaza St Charles, MO 63303
    636-947-4747

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/RED-FISH-BLUE-FISH/158018780887116 The loyal patrons still come in flocks to Red Fish Blue Fish every weekend, some completely unaware that the bar is under a new name and management as of November 2010. (The spacious bar, located right next to Highway 70 on Hawk's Nest near Zumbehl, was called M.T. Rockers until November 2010.) These days, Red Fish Blue Fish has a generous happy hour, with $2 domestic drafts, $2.25 domestic bottles and well drinks, and $4 appetizers from 3-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Live bands perform every night except Thursday, when karaoke takes over. Service can be rather slow on the busy weekends, with only two bartenders serving an entire room full of ravenous 20-somethings. So come prepared either to wait for a drink or to make your presence at the bar known. When you finally get around to ordering, bartenders swear by their sangrias and margaritas, served in an appropriate fish bowl. Read more about Red Fish Blue Fish >>

  • Red

    Red's Eighth Inning Bar

    6412 Michigan Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-353-1084

    Red's Eighth Inning just might be the only place in the the Midwest where patrons can get hammered during a 6 a.m. happy hour while playing ping pong with local firefighters. Most sports bars pride themselves on being local neighborhood hole-in-the-walls, welcoming customers from all walks of life. Red's is all that, plus a firefighters' hangout, plus a watering hole for the multi-regional (and notoriously friendly) Weasel biker gang. With plenty of personalities to get acquainted with and novelties like a digital jukebox, a Family Guy-themed pinball machine, and Red's famous "G-Spot Special Shot," you'll be fresh out of that seventh inning stretch and ready for more. Read more about Red's Eighth Inning Bar >>

  • Redbird

    Redbird's Sports Cafe

    9085 Dunn Road Hazelwood, MO 63042-2005
    314-731-1234

    http://www.redbirdscafe.com

  • Rehab Lounge

    Rehab Lounge

    4054 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-3700

    http://rehabstl.com/ The staff at Rehab may not know your name, but honey, they're about to. The medium-sized bar is staffed by some of the friendliest gays around; even on your first visit, it's immediately clear that this is a place you're going to come back to. They have a massive patio for whiling away summer days and nights, and they host fundraisers and parties regularly -- Sundays are Show Your Support Sundays, and proceeds go to local charities. Their drink specials almost sound like some sort of sick joke: from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. (or, basically whenever the bar is open) there's $10 all-you-can-drink beer, $20 all-you-can-drink wells, $30 all-you-can-drink you-call-its and $40 all-you-can-drink top shelf. Yeah, we don't know what you were about to do either. Read more about Rehab Lounge >>

  • Reinhardt's Restaurant & Lounge Inc

    201 W. Madison St. Millstadt, IL 62260
    618-476-9944

    http://www.il-millstadt.com/reinhardts.html

  • Remy

    Remy's Kitchen & Wine Bar

    222 S. Bemiston Ave. Clayton, MO 63105
    314-726-5757

    http://www.remyskitchen.com/ One of three very successful Tim Mallett-run restaurants, Remy's (named for his kid, not the Cognac) emphasizes wines by offering "flight" tastings of three different glasses to go with Mediterranean-themed meals of tapas-style "small plates" or standard-entrée "large plates." The complimentary black-olive tapenade served with bread is a real treat. Read more about Remy's Kitchen & Wine Bar >>

  • The Rendezvous Room

    The Rendezvous Room

    521 S. Vandeventer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-1111

  • Rhonda

    Rhonda's Place

    10528 Page Ave. Overland, MO 63132
    314-423-0633

    A pasties bar with black-tinted windows decorated with white "mud flap girl" silhouettes, Rhonda's Place stands like a burnt-out Christmas-tree light at the end of a string of north-county strip malls on Page Avenue west of I-170. With its roster of dancers who appear to be a ways into their retirement from late-night Cinemax, Rhonda's might not be buck-wild or glitzy like the strip palaces on the east side, but it has the character those places lack. And how. At Rhonda's the dancers provide their own soundtrack via a digital jukebox on the stage. A bucket of Bud bottles sets you back $13 and the word "action" takes on a whole new meaning at the joint's three pool tables. Read more about Rhonda's Place >>

  • Rich

    Rich's Place

    4149 S. Highway 94 St. Charles, MO 63304
    636-922-0500

    http://www.richs-place.com The family-owned and operated Rich's Place has resided for the past six years on the outer road of Highway 94 near Jungerman in St. Charles. Rich's Place serves no food, so smoking is allowed throughout. (Rich's also hosts parties, allowing groups to bring their own catered food to avoid the smoking ban.) Daily drink specials include half-priced drinks for ladies on Monday; $1.50 longnecks, $1 domestic drafts, $3 calls and rails on Tuesday's karaoke night; $11 domestic buckets on Wednesday's open mic night; and the same $11 domestic buckets on Thursday's game night, which features Texas hold 'em, darts and pool. Rich's also features a dance floor and live music on Friday and Saturday, with local bands covering Kelly Clarkson and Fergie to set the mood. Read more about Rich's Place >>

  • Riley

    Riley's Pub

    3458 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-7474

    Located on Arsenal Street, one block east of Grand Boulevard, Riley's Pub features St. Louis-style pizza served piping hot in a corner-bar atmosphere in south city. There are no DJs, dress code or gimmicks, just drinks and a jukebox. The interior is old-school: In its dim, high-backed booths, you'll feel equally comfortable sharing a pitcher of Guinness with an intimate group of friends or penning your first novel while knocking back shots of Jameson. Daily food and drink specials are written on a big chalkboard above the large, dark wooden bar, and Riley's has live Irish music weekly and $5 St. Louis-style pizzas on Monday and Tuesdays. Riley's is closed on Sundays but does keep serving the pies until late in the evening on other nights. It offers carry-out as well. Read more about Riley's Pub >>

  • River City Pub

    River City Pub

    7906 Gravois Road Concord, MO 63123
    314-353-9921

    Located in a space that's housed a tavern for more than 60 years, the River City Pub is a well-oiled, well-worn, drink-slinging machine. This is a sanctuary for folks with a serious, no-frills thirst -- the only distractions are darts, a jukebox and Golden Tee. (Don't be confused by the sign outside; a pool table no longer exists.) Other than jars of beef jerky behind the bar, there's not even food. Visit on a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday night, however, and the beverages fuel a raucous crowd of karaoking fools led by Ali Baba himself. It's characters like Mr. Baba and the horse-race-loving bartender who reinforce the charm of this aged canteen. As evidenced by the many mirrors and neon signs along the walls and the uniform-clad family portrait, this establishment is seriously into the Cardinals, so expect to watch the game whenever it's on. The neon is about the only source of light inside, but during the summer, the small patio is open for more illuminated drinking. Read more about River City Pub >>

  • Riverbend Billiards and Grill

    Riverbend Billiards and Grill

    909 E. Broadway Alton, IL 62002
    618-462-4435

    http://www.riverbendbilliards.com

  • Riverbend Restaurant & Bar

    Riverbend Restaurant & Bar

    701 Utah St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-8443

    http://www.riverbendbar.com Owner Sam Kogos is a New Orleans native who owned a restaurant in that city, the Rendon Inn, for fifteen years. Chef Steve Daney, Kogos' cousin, was once executive chef for the mayor of New Orleans. So, yes, Riverbend is as authentic a Creole restaurant (with the occasional Cajun dish, to boot) as you will find in St. Louis. The crawfish Creolie is outstanding; the red beans and rice, available only on Monday, is worth planning your week around. The cochon de lait po' boy, thick with roasted pork, will ascend your list of favorite sandwiches. Save room for bread pudding. Read more about Riverbend Restaurant & Bar >>

  • Rizzo

    Rizzo's Pasta

    1155 Wentzville Pkwy Wentzville, MO 63385
    636-332-6757

    http://www.rizzosbarandgrill.com

  • Robbie

    Robbie's House of Jazz

    1019 Pine Street Webster Groves, MO 63119
    314-968-5556

    http://www.robbieshouseofjazz.com The premise is promising: a jazz club in Webster Groves, in the pocket for sophisticated tastes in the suburbs. Patrons will discover that Robert and Dorothy Edwards' venue is still seeking a regular audience, with plenty of room for pros and novices to share a stage. While weekends may feature regional or national acts, typical Tuesday night jam sessions see seasoned musicians and students of all ages taking cues from each other, improvising a community in piano riffs and jumping bass lines. Read more about Robbie's House of Jazz >>

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