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Atomic Cowboy

Atomic Cowboy

If one spot captures the diverse and energetic vibe of the Grove, it's Atomic Cowboy - the perfect combination of restaurant, bar, club and music venue.
Bocci Wine Bar

Bocci Wine Bar

Frank Schmitz, who operates BARcelona and Costal Bistro & Bar on this same Clayton block, offers a new concept for Bocci Bar featuring wine and a small plates selection culled from contemporary American cuisine.
Stella Blues

Stella Blues

Walk up to the grill and instantly get a taste of what Stella Blues is all about -- a colorful, laid-back bar atmosphere and cheap eats including burgers and Peking-style seasoned chicken wings.

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  • 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 this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • 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 this St. Louis bar or 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

    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 this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • 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 this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Three Monkeys

    Three Monkeys

    3153 Morganford Rd. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-772-9800

    http://www.3monkeysstl.com Though the cheeky name and odd menu items ("Rainforest Salad," anyone?) may lead you to conclude this is a chain restaurant, Three Monkeys is really an honest modern take on the old corner tavern. It's a single, small room with low lights, wood fixtures and, when busy, a haze of cigarette smoke. Wood-fired pizzas and pork ribs are decent bets for a solid meal, and the "sweet-and-spicy" wings, a sauce that brings mild heat without vinegar's pucker, are a fine appetizer or snack. The list of draft and bottle beer includes a few higher-end selections. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Three-1-Three

    313 E. Main St. Belleville, IL 62220
    618-239-6885

  • Thursdays Restaurant

    3434 Harry S. Truman Blvd. St Charles, MO 63301-4046
    636-946-7448

  • Thymes Past

    2223 State Alton, IL 62002
    618-462-7279

    http://www.thymespast.com

  • Tigin Irish Pub & Restaurant

    Tigin Irish Pub & Restaurant

    333 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-241-8666

    http://www.tiginirishpub.com/stl/ On the ground floor of the Hampton Inn downtown lies Irish pub Tigín. The pub, decked in wood, includes several small, separate rooms for diners and football fans. The modest beer selection includes the usual suspects at Irish pubs (Harp, Guinness), while the whiskey menu offers standards and a few higher-end choices (Middleton Very Rare). The menu highlights Irish fare, from the Irish breakfast (served all day) - which includes Irish sausages, rashers, black and white pudding, mushrooms, tomatoes and pan-fried potato bread - to corned beef and cabbage, and even has some unexpected choices (the boxty quesadilla, an Irish twist on the Mexican classic, with potato pancakes serving as the tortilla). Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tim & Joe's

    6500 W. Main Belleville, IL 62223
    618-398-5266

  • Tim

    Tim's Chrome Lounge

    4736 Gravois St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-353-8138

    "Old school" takes on new meaning at Tim's Chrome Bar, which has been operating adjacent to Bevo Mill since 1977. Five days a week, the bar is dark and the neon silent, but on Friday and Saturday nights, Tim's fills with folks who look to have been collecting retirement since the turn of the century. During the house band's jiving sets of oldies and goldies, they dance like it's 1958-sweethearts revolve slowly on the dance floor or even shake a tail feather en masse when the song calls for it. Bowls of snacks line the bar, and the friendly bar matron knocks back shots with blue-haired patrons. Anyone too young to collect Social Security will draw good-natured "these kids today!" glances, but those give way to appreciation if the young things are brave enough to join the fun on the floor. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Time Out Bar & Grill

    Time Out Bar & Grill

    4140 Gravois Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63116
    314-771-3610

    http://www.timeoutbars.com Don't judge a bar by its signage. Despite its somewhat suspect 'hood, Time Out is a spotless 3 a.m. bar that really gets crackin' when 1:30 draws near. A real live fireplace warms four inviting leather couches on one side of the bar; on the other there's a dance floor where you can belt your heart out at karaoke, dance your tush off or (in extreme cases) do both simultaneously. The bar opens at 6 a.m., boasting a $1.50 breakfast of two eggs, hash browns and toast to soak up the alcohol from the night (or mere hours) before. Time Out also has a full breakfast menu, served all day, that includes steak and eggs, breakfast burritos, and omelets; the regular menu includes burgers, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and daily specials, such as a rib-eye steak with fries, or fried fish and chips. Their kitchen stays open until 3 a.m. with an abbreviated menu. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Time Out Lounge

    200 S 8th St Benld, IL 62009
    217-835-7301

  • Time-Out Sports Bar & Grill

    3805 Meramec St. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-457-9112

  • Timothy's Irish Pub

    2560 Raymond Drive St Charles, MO 63301-4842
    636-946-2212

  • Tim's Chrome Bar

    4736 Gravois St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-353-8138

  • Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    1909 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-9330

    http://www.tincantavern.com 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 >>

  • The Tin Cup

    518 Bates St. St Louis, MO 63111

  • Tiny's

    602 N. Main St. Columbia, MO 62236
    618-281-9977

  • TJ's

    1539 Madison Ave. Granite City, IL 62040
    618-876-4097

  • TK's Bar & Grill

    12334 Natural Bridge Rd Bridgeton, MO 63044-2019
    314-770-0266

  • Toast Time Bar

    12781 New Halls Ferry Road Florissant, MO 63033
    314-831-1190

  • Tom's 100 West Irish Pub

    1266 Old Orchard Center Ballwin, MO 63021-5404
    636-227-2213

    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

    http://www.tomsbarandgrill.com/ 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 >>

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