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Cusumano's Pizza

Cusumano's Pizza

At Cusamano's, scarf St. Louis-style pizzas oozing over with melted provel like the "Nick's" specialty pizza with hamburger, black olive and mushroom and wash it down -- if you dare -- with a kamikaze or purple hooter shot for just a buck a pop.
Sky Music Lounge

Sky Music Lounge

The area's best cover bands rule the roost at this Ballwin music house. Legendary party band Dr. Zhivegas have a weekly residency at this west county outpost, and they get the Wednesday night crowd dancing like Thursday will never come.
Art Bar

Art Bar

Art Bar on Cherokee looks exactly like it sounds. Images of flying fish and jungle animals hide behind every turn, and a mural of a young girl on a moon sets the scene for a space brimming with wonderment.

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  • Yaqui

    Yaqui's on Cherokee

    2728 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-400-7712

    http://www.yaquisoncherokee.com/ Yaqui's on Cherokee specializes in two things: wine and wood-fired pizza. The latter is owner Francis Rodriguez's own take on the Neapolitan pizza -- a supple, rich crust topped with an anchovy-based tomato sauce and cheese, then baked until crispy yet toothsome at a scorching 800 degrees. Pair one of these fourteen-inch wonders with one of the bar's thirty wines, and you have a recipe for a charming night on Cherokee Street. Yaqui's livens up a classic 120-year-old building, imbuing its brick walls with a casual yet cozy and classy ambiance. Read more about Yaqui's on Cherokee >>

  • Yemanja Brasil

    Yemanja Brasil

    2900 Missouri Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-7457

    http://www.brazildining.com/ Yemanja Brasil preserves the authenticity of Brazilian cuisine as much as possible given the limited availability of the extraordinary fishes, fruits, spices and other raw materials native to South America. Be prepared to duke it out with a few red-hot chile peppers. Feijoada, for example, a stew of pork and black beans that serves as Brazil's national dish, is aggressive enough to sandbag anyone whose palate hasn't been in training. Many of Yemanja's dishes are deep-fried as well as spicy. But Brazil's cuisine is one of the most appealing in the world, and Yemanja does a fine job of introducing us to it. Read more about Yemanja Brasil >>

  • Yogi & Jackies Bar and Grill

    1318 N. 9th St. East St. Louis, IL 62201
    618-875-0128

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