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Flamingo Bowl

Flamingo Bowl

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 Joe Edwards' personal collection of mid-century Americana.
Cicero's

Cicero's

Cicero’s considers itself the booze capital of St. Louis. With selections that alternate weekly, you can try just about any beer you’ve ever heard of along with a handful you haven’t.
The Mad Magician

The Mad Magician

From scene veterans and Archfront Media owners John Mancuso and Jason Rottler comes a new spot for rock, punk, metal and hip-hop to play.

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  • T & D Tavern

    3152 Highway T Foristell, MO 63348
    636-828-5232

  • T T's Bar & Grill

    3317 W. Chain of Rocks Road Granite City, IL 62040
    618-797-2338

  • T.J.

    T.J.'s Aliby Inn

    3107 Woodson Road Overland, MO 63114
    314-427-5477

    T.J.'s Aliby Inn is appropriately named, in that upon entering the one large open room that is the entirety of the establishment, one would be seen immediately by all in attendance -- handy just in case you need a good alibi. T.J.'s has been in business since 1964 and it's easy to see why: The bartenders are friendly, the drinks are cheap and the large open space makes for plenty of elbow room in a dive bar industry that can typically cause some claustrophobia at times. There's jello shots, a Touchtunes internet jukebox, two pool tables, four TVs -- everything you would expect from a well-accommodating hole in the wall (albeit a spacious hole). Read more about T.J.'s Aliby Inn >>

  • Taft Street Restaurant and Bar

    Taft Street Restaurant and Bar

    4457 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116-2443
    314-457-1428

  • Take Down Bar & Grill

    100 D Holloway Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-527-4786

    http://www.jrhinnovations.com/takedown/take_down.html

  • Tam Tam African Restaurant

    Tam Tam African Restaurant

    35 Florissant Oaks Shopping Center Florissant, MO 63031
    314-921-3805

    http://www.tamtamstl.com Located in a Florissant strip mall, Tam Tam provides a taste of African fare. Diners can choose from a sizable amount of authentic dishes including yassa guinaar - chicken marinated in garlic, Dijon mustard and lemon served with rice, fufu and couscous - or more exotic fare, such as a goat steak. Vegetarians can enjoy a stew of vegetables in tomato sauce. Wash it all down with one of the homemade juices, including ginger juice and hibiscus juice. Read more about Tam Tam African Restaurant >>

  • Tamm Avenue Grill

    Tamm Avenue Grill

    1227 Tamm Ave St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-261-4902

    Tamm Avenue Grill, a self-proclaimed "gastro sports pub," occupies a small slice of the heart of historic Dogtown. Grab a microbrew or a glass of wine to enjoy with a bacon burger on the dog-friendly patio, or show up on Monday for a weekly special steak night. For a caffeine jolt, head next door to the adjoining Corner Cup cafe. The two businesses share a kitchen as well as a dining space and serve up a variety of food sure to cure any hunger or hangover. Read more about Tamm Avenue Grill >>

  • Tammy's Bar

    1010 Pine St. St. Louis, MO 63101-2015
    314-436-1312

  • Taste

    Taste

    4584 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-1200

    http://www.tastebarstl.com The menu at taste changes with some regularity, but pork is always a safe bet (the pork fries are a fun snack), while the hand-cut noodles with black pepper and Pecorino cheese are simple and sublime. Drinks like Hell's Bells and Ab-Duck-tion offer a glimpse into the singular spirit alchemy at Taste: the former is a spiced gin wonder—Hayman's Old Tom Gin, Pimm's, a touch of sugar, absinthe and a sizable garnish of smoked red bell pepper, which sounds odd in theory but is absolutely divine in practice. Ab-Duck-tion is a heady melange of mascarpone, pepper, lemon, lavender bitters and duck fat infused Grand Marnier. Their erudite cocktail menu is a reflection of mixologist extraordinaire Ted Kilgore's prodigious skill at all things shaken, swizzled or stirred. For the true Taste experience, ask Kilgore what he's drinking these days, and then order that. Read more about Taste >>

  • Tattooed Lady

    181 Moscow Springs Moscow Mills, MO 63362
    636-366-9933

  • Tavern of Fine Arts

    Tavern of Fine Arts

    313 Belt Ave St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-367-7549

    http://tavern-of-fine-arts.blogspot.com/ Tavern of Fine Arts is a wine bar and cafe located in St. Louis City near Forest Park. Read more about Tavern of Fine Arts >>

  • Teachers Billiards & Sports

    4519 N. Illinois St. Belleville, IL 62226
    618-257-8203

  • Ted's City View Inn

    2400 Mousette Lane Cahokia, IL 62206
    618-337-2580

  • Teezer's

    215 Caseyville Rd Collinsville, IL 62234
    618-345-1917

  • Tenbrook Station Lounge

    2946 Fannie Drive Arnold, MO 63010
    636-296-1225

  • Tenderloin Room

    Tenderloin Room

    232 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-0900

    http://www.tenderloinroom.com The Tenderloin Room is an old-fashioned steakhouse in a grand hotel, the Chase Park Plaza. The restaurant's original 1922 woodwork has been restored to a burnished splendor, and it's worth the price of admission just to see it. Bask in the clubby Jazz Age milieu as plates of aged prime beef and veal chops are set before you by deft waiters gliding about the sumptuous room in starched white shirts and freshly pressed trousers. You can find food in town that's cleverer, but you can't buy a meal that's classier. Read more about Tenderloin Room >>

  • Tequila Mexican Restaurant

    850 Columbia Centre Columbia, MO 62236
    618-281-2188

    http://www.tequilamexicanrestaurant.com

  • Tesson Station

    Tesson Station

    7928 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-631-3141

    http://tessonstation.weebly.com/ This South Broadway gem is a favorite among hardcore bikers, SoBro locals, cops, firefighters and, so we're told, federal agents. No, seriously -- you never know who's necking a Budweiser at the next bar stool, so no funny business. Tesson Station is cheap, loud and fun, with a well-worn charm. Besides jovial boasting about pool or darts and the clinking of bottles, the ambiance here is punctuated by two distinct sounds: trains speeding by on the tracks located just a stone's throw from the entrance, and the revving of motorcycles as patrons come and go. Each sound ellicits a complementary reaction: Purring bikes get knowing nods or craning necks, depending on the horsepower, while trains trigger bartenders to offer the house special of $1 shots of Schnapps and two-for-$1 Jell-O shots. Expect frequent sing-a-longs of everything from heavy metal to country, and don't miss the view of the stars from the incongruously tasteful beer garden. Read more about Tesson Station >>

  • That Other Place

    2817 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63139-2620
    314-645-4033

  • That Other Place

    2817 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63139-2620
    314-645-4033

  • Thaxton Speakeasy

    Thaxton Speakeasy

    1009 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-241-3279

    http://www.thaxtonspeakeasy.com The Thaxton Speakeasy strives to be an out-of-the-way oasis in the middle of downtown St. Louis. Located in the basement of the epically beautiful Art Deco Thaxton Building, it requires patrons to bypass the inviting glass windows and make their way to the clandestine alley entrance - you'll need a password for a discounted cover, but it's conveniently located on their website. Take a minute to devour the visual delights in the lobby before descending to the bar below. The dance floor is in the middle of the room, and the crowd is exceedingly jovial - we've got to assume it's those cherry moonshine cocktails. Pro tip: Unless you grew up swilling the stuff, that maraschino cherry marinated in moonshine will knock you flat. Read more about Thaxton Speakeasy >>

  • Thirty-Four Club

    Thirty-Four Club

    34 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-6674

    34 Club looks like a place you might take a mistress or hold a secret meeting with your pals in the CIA, but it's too often packed with regulars to be a sure bet for a clandestine meeting. Most of the bartenders have been there for decades, and they'll want to know your name and that you'll be coming back soon -- as long as you don't cross them or (heaven forbid) "forget" to tip. The 34 Club is a storied relic of the Central West End. It's been open since 1941 and survived both the heyday of Gaslight Square, the urban decay of the '70's, and it's currently thrilling to the continued revitalization of the neighborhood. An unimaginable number of big-name greats once sat in the dim and smoky atmosphere, including Lenny Bruce, Miles Davis, Barbra Streisand and the Beats who got their start in Gaslight Square. Read more about Thirty-Four Club >>

  • This Is It Lounge

    917 Edwardsville Rd Troy, IL 62294
    314-231-7007

  • Three Flags Tavern

    Three Flags Tavern

    4940 Southwest Ave St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-669-9222

    http://www.threeflagstavern.com/ Veteran chef John O’Brien and his wife Cathy opened Three Flags Tavern with the humble goal of creating a nice neighborhood spot. What they ended up with is one of the city’s best restaurants. Drawing on St. Louis’ rich history, the tavern serves a mix of Spanish, French and American fare that is impeccably executed but unfussy. Smaller plates, such as posole with braised pork shank, fried Manchego cheese and lobster beignets make for delectable starters, while a pork mixed grill and Marcona almond-topped trout are hearty entrees. Three Flags fried chicken is some of the best in town, and the brisket burger is simply magnificent (ask for the Delice de Bourgogne cheese on top). Dine in the cozy dining room, up at the bar, or on the huge, tree-covered patio -- and by all means treat yourself to a craft cocktail or local beer. Just prepare to be dazzled. Read more about Three Flags Tavern >>

  • Three Kings Public House

    Three Kings Public House

    6307 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-721-3355

    http://threekingspub.com/ The three friends/owners behind Three Kings Public House in the Loop offer truly imaginative and savory dishes. Also referred to as a “gastro pub”, Three Kings offers standard bar favorites, such as burgers and sandwiches, but also a variety of Mediterrean-influenced entrees. As much as possible is sourced from local Missouri and Illinois farms. The bar features 22 beers on tap, 40 bottled beers, a rotating selection of one-of-a-kind beers and house-made liquor infusions. In true pub fashion, several flat screens are located throughout the restaurant for keeping up with the game. Read more about Three Kings Public House >>

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