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Mangia Italiano

Mangia Italiano

Mangia Italiano is a classy 3 a.m. bar right in the middle of South Grand. There is plenty of free live music to be had, from Vinyl Fight DJ spins to the Dave Stone Trio’s incomparable jazz.


When Melt, originally located in the south Carondelet neighborhood, moved to Cherokee Street, it expanded everything from its square-footage and menu to its hours and entertainment initiatives.


Cicero’s in the Loop is a beer lover’s haven. With selections that alternate weekly, you can try just about any beer you’ve ever heard of along with a handful you haven’t.

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  • 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center

    2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center

    2720 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-276-2700 A central nighttime oases on Cherokee Street, this 20,000-square-foot behemoth features an ArtDimensions gallery on the second floor as just one element of its three stories full of neon lights and art. Hula hoopers, festive events and food trucks are no stranger to this popular weekend party pit. 2720 Cherokee brings in world-renowned DJs and dub steppers as well as a variety of reggaeton and miscellany to blast through a great big sound system, so expect to see ravers commingling with hipsters and hippies -- a truly utopian experience for the colorful club-hopper. Read more about 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center >>

  • 3227 Cherokee

    3227 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Art Bar

    Art Bar

    2732 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-769-9696 Art Bar on Cherokee looks exactly like it sounds. Once inside, visitors are surrounded by a wall-to-wall canvas of vivid colors. 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. The glowing bar features similarly vibrant intoxications -- the standards plus whatever the barkeep feels like mixing up at the time. Open seven days a week, Art Bar's hispter hangout brings a little bit of the Handlebar vibe to Cherokee Street. Read more about Art Bar >>

  • Bangers

    4101 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118-3409

  • Bear's Den

    3819 Meramec St. St. Louis, MO 63116

  • Behrmann's Tavern

    3155 Meramec St. St. Louis, MO 63118

    Behrmann's Tavern is the second oldest bar in St. Louis still doing business under its original name (Failoni's being the first). Open on the southside since the mid-1930s, this small neighborhood bar is well steeped in history. There's a vintage bowling machine that's survived since the 1950's, faded black and white photographs showing the evolution of St. Louis baseball stadiums and monuments and a pizza oven next to the bar that may or may not be original to the place. You're not likely to find young people at the bar, which is a shame, because the wizened regulars have stories to tell. Read more about Behrmann's Tavern >>

  • Betty's Tavern

    3170 Bent Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116

  • The Bluffs on Broadway

    4708 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63111

  • Boo's Bar & Grill

    3748 Delor St. St. Louis, MO 63116

  • Boss Sports Bar

    6245 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116-2244

  • Bruno

    Bruno's American Grill and Pub

    2652 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-769-9331 Just south of Interstate 44, Bruno's American Grill serves up classic home cooking and pub grub. Diners can choose to sit in the large, separate dining room or in the spacious bar area. The bar also hosts live music and has two large TVs for sports fans to get their fix. Besides burgers, St. Louis-style pizza, soups, and standard appetizers such as toasted ravioli and potato skins, the restaurant also offers sandwiches, including a hot ham and cheese, and "pub platters," which are available after 4 p.m. and include items such as grilled pork chops, or opt for the house special (also available after 4 p.m.) -- fried chicken served with mashed potatoes and gravy. Bruno's has plenty of parking behind the restaurant. Read more about Bruno's American Grill and Pub >>

  • Bull Tadpole

    6312 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63111

  • Caruso's Restaurant & Bar

    3152 Osceola St. St. Louis, MO 63111-1239

  • Cat

    Cat's Meow

    2600 S 11th St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-776-8617 Cat's Meow carries the aura of a cozy hole-in-the-wall with cheap shots and cold beer. The inner walls reflect the bread and butter of this Soulard-based bar: Mardi Gras. The room appears small and intimate, but provides plenty of space for small group mingling. The jukebox hits the spot with classic rock, and the game, whichever game you want to watch, occupies the TV screen. This old school Soulard hole-in-the-wall is cash only. The Cat's Meow sells beads above the bar, and the walls are adorned with snapshots of bygone Fat Tuesday revelry. Bartenders serve up hometown favorite TJ's pizza and diabolical drinks that give new meaning to the words "stiff pour." Ask for the cherry shot and you'll receive a teensy plastic shot with a maraschino cherry soaked in either moonshine or lighter fluid; our tastebuds still aren't sure which. Read more about Cat's Meow >>

  • Cherry Lounge

    Cherry Lounge

    4600 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116

    Cherry Lounge is a slick addition to the piebald collection of bars on Gravois. The bar itself is milky glass, glowing red from within and giving the place a clandestine glow. The tables and chairs are silver, with faux-ostrich leather upholstery, and geometric brushed steel can lights above the bar shine with softly colored bulbs - proving it's all in the details when you're aiming for an air of sophistication in a sea of same old, same old. The intimate bar is standing room only on weekends, full to bursting with Bosnian beauties, but there's no sexier place to sip on a quiet weeknight. Read more about Cherry Lounge >>

  • City Bistro

    2718 Gravois Ave St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Civil Life Brewing Company

    Civil Life Brewing Company

    3714 Holt Ave St. Louis, MO 63116 The Civil Life Brewing Company is Tower Grove South’s hidden destination for beer geeks as well as those new to craft beer. The cozy wood-paneled space has a long bar, a communal table and an upstairs with smaller tables and private snugs. The space is part English pub and part German beer hall. Civil Life specializes in malt-driven session beers, with almost every selection falling between four and six percent alcohol. The beer and food have won this spot a loyal following of regulars, especially from the neighborhood. Patrons enjoy beer and conversation, a game of darts or ring the bull, or they sit at the bar and read a book. There is no television, but the little library upstairs is a great hangout. This old-school pub closes early and only accepts cash. Bring some money if you don’t want to hit the on-premises ATM. And be prepared for a very civil evening. Read more about Civil Life Brewing Company >>

  • Claudia

    Claudia's Pub

    3322 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63139

    Don't call Claudia's Pub a dive bar. Sure, the cash-only joint may be located in south city and may serve exclusively Busch beer from its lone tap, but Claudia's is far too clean and welcoming to be a true dive. While the shuffleboard table seems to take up the length of the bar's south wall, it's the wall-mounted jukebox, located proudly in the front window, that deserves your attention (and your dollar bills). There are a few CDs by Bob Seger and Van Halen, and the collections by Steely Dan, Genesis and Fleetwood Mac make it possible to program your very own imaginary oldies station. But it's the random anomalies that make this juke a great source of music. Wilco's totemic Yankee Hotel Foxtrot will keep the hipsters satisfied, and Barry White's mid-'90s comeback The Icon Is Love has enough slow jams to get 'em grooving in the aisles. Read more about Claudia's Pub >>

  • Club Paladora

    5620 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63116

  • Colombo's Cafe & Tavern

    6487 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139-3457

  • Crossbones Bar and Grill

    Crossbones Bar and Grill

    5827 Broadway St. Louis, MO 63111

    A slick, bad-ass bar on South Broadway, Crossbones is just a little over a year old -- it's still remarkably clean, and the chrome-fronted bar still shines like the glistening exhaust pipe on your hog. You don't have to be a biker to love Crossbones, but you'd better get used to drinking with them. The good new is that you'll rarely find more interesting company. As it says above the bar: "Choppers til you die." Read more about Crossbones Bar and Grill >>

  • Doc Haus

    Doc Haus

    6217 Morganford Road St. Louis, MO 63116

    If you're not careful, you may find yourself missing Doc Haus, a south-side gem. But it would be a shame to drive past: Built inside an actual home at the end of a row of houses, Doc Haus is as inviting as your mother's kitchen. Locals have been enjoying earthly delights here for more than twenty years. The walls are covered with photographs of everything from bar-sponsored dart leagues to golf tournaments. Ample seating and low lighting make for a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for shooting the breeze or slamming down a pitcher. Bartenders remind you not to forget your appetite; you can belly up to the bar for burgers and fries, fresh off the flat-top grill. The good times extend out to the patio, a perfect summer hangout. Here patrons are invited to the expansive backyard for a friendly game of washers or a round of drinks for "Thirsty Thursdays." Read more about Doc Haus >>

  • Dogtown Italiano Bar & Grill

    4561 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116-2444

  • Double Bogey Bar & Grill

    3613 Juniata St. St. Louis, MO 63116-4809

  • Eisele's Sports Bar

    4561 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116

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