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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 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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  • Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    1909 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-9330 More spacious than its older sister on Morganford Road, the downtown Tin Can Tavern specializes in canned beer, as its name would suggest, with selections ranging from tried-and-true Bud Light and PBR to rarer treats such as Old Speckled Hen and Sapporo, with just about everything else in between. While the staggering beer list is a highlight, Tin Can's menu offers more than the standard pub grub. Appetizers include popcorn on the cob and mini corn dogs, while heftier fare includes an array of sandwiches (including a fried bologna sandwich), pizzas and comfort food entrees such as meat loaf, pot roast and fried chicken. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Morganford

    Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Morganford

    3157 Morganford Road St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-865-3003 It's like drinking in the rec room of the coolest family you know: lots of canned beer and homey food (fried chicken and corn-dog bites, anyone?). The place even has a small game room with old-school Sega and Nintendo tucked away down a half flight of stairs. There's a traditional full bar, but the real fun is in choosing a can of anything from Schlitz to Boddingtons. Just stay away from the Camo malt liquor -- trust us. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Tin Cup

    518 Bates St. St Louis, MO 63111

  • Tip Top Food & Spirits

    Tip Top Food & Spirits

    2501 S. 9th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-771-3200 This Soulard hole-in-the-wall offers standard bar-and-grill fare - burgers, steaks and sandwiches - as well as a few Serbian dishes, courtesy of owner Djorde "George" Korac. Cevapcici are meaty Serbian sausages, served here over grilled pita rounds with red pepper, tomato, onion and feta cheese. The same sides accompany the shish kebab, basted with a smoky, mildly sweet sauce. The fried chicken, too, is a standout. Overall, the menu is executed well enough to have earned Tip Top Food & Spirits the RFT's award for "Best Bar Food" in 2008. This proficiency in the kitchen may also be a reason why Tip Top has gone a different path than many of its dive-bar competitors: Smoking is no longer allowed here. There are two lovely patios (one covered, the other open) for dining, and drinking, al fresco. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Toast Time Bar

    12781 New Halls Ferry Road Florissant, MO 63033

  • Tom's 100 West Irish Pub

    1266 Old Orchard Center Ballwin, MO 63021-5404

    What differentiates an Irish pub from just another bar? Some say the food, some say the beer and some say the decor. So what makes Tom's 100 West an Irish pub? Well, the owner is Irish, there are plenty of beers on tap, and there are a few clovers alongside the dart boards on the walls. Other than that, Tom's 100 West is just a standard, friendly neighborhood bar. The place's claim to fame are its liquor pitchers, which you can get for just $8 on Saturday nights. They're also experimenting with regular Saturday lingerie nights, which are exactly what they sound like: If ladies show up in lingerie, the liquor pitchers are free. Should ladies in their unmentionables fail to pull you in, they've got daily happy hour, friendly waitresses and free shuffleboard. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tom

    Tom's Bar & Grill

    20 S. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4900 A classic American tavern that also happens to be one of the better sports bars in town, Tom's serves up a full lunch-and-dinner menu of pretty much everything you'd expect: wings, fried mushrooms, chef's salads, chili mac, roast beef sandwiches, chicken clubs. But predictable doesn't mean poorly executed: The food is fine, especially the tasty tuna salad and the strong, flavorful coffee poured out generously by the female waitstaff. A pair of TVs behind the ornate and gorgeous bar and a big-screen in the back ensure good game-catching sightlines for all. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Top Shooters

    531 Old State Route 3 Columbia, IL 62236

  • Tower Pub

    Tower Pub

    3234 Morganford Road Saint Louis, MO 63116

    The Tower Pub is an pan-interest bar - here you'll find hipsters and hoosiers communing blissfully over their shared love of cheap brew, even while studiously ignoring each other. (Because, hell, this is still America.) Established in 2005, Tower Pub is a frequent stop on the now-ubiquitous Morganford pub crawls, and its friendly staff and attentive service keep us comin' back. The nightly specials are worthy of your attention, too. $1.50 Schlaflys? We'll take three. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Towne Lounge

    119 W. 1st St. O'Fallon, IL 62269

  • Trailhead Brewing Co.

    Trailhead Brewing Co.

    921 S. Riverside Drive St. Charles, MO 63302
    636-946-2739 Located in the renovated Old Grist Mill along Riverside Drive right by Boone's Lick Road, Trailhead Brewing Co. serves a full menu of American cuisine and craft beers in a casual, family-friendly environment. With the beer made on-site, the fare revolves around food that pairs well with a cold brew, including pizzas, small bites, burgers, sandwiches and hearty entrées. Starters include ale-battered onion rings, smoked and fried chicken wings and fresh pretzels. Larger entrées, served with salad, bread and a choice of potato-based side, include prime rib, jerk chicken and a grilled salmon fillet with a sesame-flavored marinade. Of course, a visit to Trailhead would be incomplete without a housemade, hand-crafted beverage. Trailhead brews and sells six different types of beer, plus root beer. And with windows revealing the silos and tanks in the brewery, patrons are able to witness the production of their drinks as they nosh. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Trainwreck Saloon-Rock Hill

    Trainwreck Saloon-Rock Hill

    9243 Manchester Road Brentwood, MO 63144
    314-962-8148 In a tall wooden building that has been a tavern since 1890 lies the original Trainwreck Saloon location. This spot serves up bison burgers (upon request, otherwise, they are made with beef), ribs, chicken and sandwiches. Guests may choose to sit in the large patio beer garden and take a gander at the caboose that adds to the atmosphere. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Trainwreck Saloon-Westport

    Trainwreck Saloon-Westport

    I-270 and Page Ave. Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-434-7222 The Westport location of Trainwreck Saloon takes its saloon theme seriously, all the way down the swinging saloon doors and antiques from way back when railroads were all the rage. The large patio allows diners to take in all the action while grubbing. The appetizer menu is heavy on the fried options, including Mexican ravioli - a spicier version of St. Louis' beloved T-ravs, these ones are stuffed with pepper jack. The menu includes burgers that, for a dollar more, can be made with bison rather than plain, ol' beef. The drink menu includes standard beer and wine options. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tribeca Lounge

    Tribeca Lounge

    120 Chesterfield Valley Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005
    636-733-9097 Tribeca, located in the plaza directly behind 14 Cine (the one with the "mega screen") in Chesterfield, is an intimate place to spend an evening with a group of your closest friends or take your special someone on date night. With 27 different martinis, Tribeca has that trendy downtown vibe, but its location in the county will save suburbanites both time and gas. Happy hour is weekdays from 4-6:30, with $1.75 domestics and $3.75 well drinks. Tribeca also has live music on Thursday and Friday and a DJ on Wednesday and Saturday, so don't be ashamed to get your dance on. Afterwards, cozy up on the couch near the fire and relax. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tripel Brasserie

    Tripel Brasserie

    1801 Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-678-7787 Tripel Brasserie brings a little bit of Belgium to its corner of Lafayette Square. Featuring traditional Belgian cuisine and a beer list that would make the abbots sigh, the space captures the feel of a Brussels beer hall. Tripel is at its best when showcasing authentic Belgian dishes, such as the kippenwaterzooi, a rich chicken stew simmered in an egg cream sauce. The choucroute garnie, a platter of assorted smoked pork and sausages is a pork lovers dream, containing snappy house made sausages, smoked ham hock and thick sliced pork belly, so buttery that it melts in one’s mouth. Of course, one cannot go to a Belgian restaurant without having mussels and fries, the official dish of Belgium. Fortunately, Tripel has six selection from which to choose, including the classic white wine and shallot a la mariniere preparation and the house specialty featuring blue cheese and calvados (apple brandy). Beer aficionados have a strong argument for the Belgians being the superior makers of the frothy beverage, and Tripel’s beer menu gives patrons a chance to experience a wide variety of suds. Hint: nothing goes better with a Belgian beer than fries dipped in mayonnaise. It’s a Belgian thing. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Trophy Room

    Trophy Room

    5099 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63139

    Trophy Room is the smoky, beer-drenched dive bar of your dreams, especially if you enjoy a little drama with your drink -- or beer before breakfast. The Trophy Room opens at 6 a.m., and we gotta wonder if the troublemakers have been boozing since that hour, or if they got thrown out of Sandrina's across the street and stumbled on over. No matter: Everyone has a somewhat sordid, usually hilarious story from a night out at the Trophy Room, and that's why we love it. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Trueman

    Trueman's Place

    1818 Sidney St St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-5900 No frills is the name of the game for Trueman's Place located on the edge of both Soulard and Benton Park. It's a big stop each year for folks walking down to the annual Mardi Gras celebration and also a great place to sit outside when the weather is nice. A full menu includes everything from St. Louis style pizzas to sandwiches and wraps to feed hungry sports fans. The summer months also find Trueman's hosting sand volleyball leagues, but babes in bikini tops grace the walls all year 'round. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Truffles


    9202 Clayton Road Ladue, MO 63124
    314-567-9100 If your idea of Truffles is blue bloods and blue-haired old ladies, think again. Chef John Griffiths (the original chef de cuisine at the late St. Louis outpost of Larry Forgione's An American Place) has reinvigorated this Ladue warhorse with a oft-changing menu that fuses the rustic traditions of northern Italian cuisine with the local, seasonal produce of the Midwest. The pastas, made in-house daily, are exquisite, and appetizers like roasted bone marrow and house-made burrata cheese will make it difficult to save room for the main course, but with terrific seafood and meat options (especially such jaw-droppers as la bistecca fiorentena and the porchetta, both meant for two), you must. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tubby

    Tubby's Pub & Grub

    506 Droste Road St. Charles, MO 63301

  • Tucci & Fresta

    Tucci & Fresta's Trattoria and Bar

    15 N. Central Ave. Clayton, MO 63105

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-Soulard

    2117 S. 12th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-772-5977 Tucker's Place is known first and foremost for its great steaks. Each location -- there are three total -- serves up filets, sirloins, strips and porterhouses alongside a pizza menu. Tucker's also has a variety of specials, including "prime time Tuesday," which offers diners either a 16 or 24-ounce prime rib for $14.95 or $18.95, respectively. Tucker's is also one of the most laid-back places to meet friends for drinks in Soulard's booming bar scene. The dark wood bar and dim lighting give it a classic vibe, but the slightly more formal dining area make it a suitable place to take a date or meet up with friends or family for a great meal. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-South County

    3939 Union Road South St. Louis County, MO 63125
    314-845-2584 Within its rustic walls, Tucker's Place in South County continues its tradition, started in 1982, of serving up affordable steaks in an unpretentious setting. Diners can expect choices from filets, sirloins and strips. In case a non-carnivore comes along for the meal, Tucker's also has plenty of vegetarian-friendly appetizers, salads and pizza. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-West County

    14282 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-227-8062 Housed in a building that resembles a residence or perhaps a school, the West County outpost of Tucker's Place offers up similar options to its Soulard sister. The unpretentious setting and affordable prices allow carnivores to get their steak fix without breaking the bank. Each location -- there are three total -- serves up filets, sirloins, strips and porterhouse. There is also a pizza menu for those not in the mood for steak. Tucker's also has a variety of specials, including "prime time Tuesday," which offers diners either a 16 or 24-ounce prime rib for $14.95 or $18.95, respectively. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tuckers Bar & Grill

    Tuckers Bar & Grill

    8518 S. Broadway Saint Louis, MO 63125

    Tucker's Bar and Grill is a small bar located on South Broadway near the River City Casino. It may not be the most high profile or sophisticated bar around, but it's also not trying to impress anyone. And maybe that's what makes Tucker's special: modesty. The patrons of Tucker's (most of whom seem to sport charming southern drawls) claim that no one is a stranger at Tucker's and everyone is welcome. Tucker's has a pool table, a small stage for the occasional live band and $1 beer all day Monday for Monday-night football. If you're a lady, you're in luck on Wednesdays: Beer and call drinks are just $1 each. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tuners On Main St.

    Tuners On Main St.

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

    Located on St. Charles' historic Main Street, this little bar has a historical significance all its own. Legend has it that some years ago, Chuck Berry's longtime pianist Johnnie Johnson stopped in with '60s pop legend Johnny Rivers ("Secret Agent Man") for an impromptu jam session here. So it behooves you to stop by on Friday and Saturday nights, when the club hosts live music. On other nights, dart lovers can avail themselves of the many boards that line the south wall - or merely take a seat at the center bar and watch the world roll by on Main Street. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

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