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SqWires

SqWires

Built into part of the renovated Western Wire Products factory in Lafayette Square, SqWires focuses on simple, spirited food.
Tick Tock Tavern

Tick Tock Tavern

Thanks to south city entrepreneurs, Tick Tock Tavern received a refreshing revival, opening for the first time since the '90s in its original space. For a snack, just head next door to Steve's Hot Dogs for a wiener with the works.
Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Unkle Munkey's Coin Club

Traditional American comfort food, beer and a full bar await inside this family-friendly Edwardsville "beercade" alongside more than forty classic arcade cabinets, pinball machines and amusements

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  • Keeton

    Keeton's Double Play

    4944 Christy Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-351-6000

    http://www.myspace.com/keetonsdoubleplay South Kingshighway's premiere watering hole is nestled in a strip mall. Keeton's Double Play, known as one of the best karaoke bars in town, boasts five nights of singing and rabble rousing every week. As you let the songs ease your heart after a long day, the fully stocked bar will help you kick into high gear faster than you can say "Let's Go Blues!" A plethora of flatscreens televise every sport known to man, while dart boards and Big Buck Hunter let you join in on the fun. Featuring a large seating area with picnic-style tables and benches, Keeton's specializes in bar room fare, from wings to burgers to the "best steak sandwich" in town. Read more about Keeton's Double Play >>

  • Kicker

    Kicker's Corner

    6201 S. Broadway Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-832-7935

    Don't mind the busily burping aluminum plant across the street or the steel bars on the windows, because Kicker's Corner is not the dicey South Broadway hole-in-the-wall it appears to be. True, it's primarily a laborers' bar, drawing from the last bastions of industry in this 'hood. You can hardly get in the place after quitting time, but don't be surprised if someone says, "Stop the radio. Who are you?" when you walk in. Kicker's Corner is small and friendly, and the regulars will have no problem convincing you to come back for the food; the impressive menu offers hearty fare like meatloaf, $8 steaks and improbably enough, crab legs. But here's why Kicker's wins our hearts: they recycle every single bottle they sell. An eco-friendly bar on the deep south side? Order two of those 16-ounce PBRs, because this place is rarer than the last unicorn. Read more about Kicker's Corner >>

  • Korners

    7101 S. Broadway St Louis, MO 63111
    314-352-3088

    http://www.korners-stl.com

  • Lemp Mansion Restaurant & Inn

    Lemp Mansion Restaurant & Inn

    3322 DeMenil Place St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-8024

    http://www.lempmansion.com Upon entering the Lemp Mansion, one enters the history of St. Louis brewing. The mansion, which housed the ill-fated Lemp family, maintains nineteenth-century décor and photographs of the family for guests to peruse. Lunch options include salads, sandwiches and pasta, including Szechuan pasta with broccoli, garlic, cayenne, Provel and Parmesan. Dinner guests can start their meals with appetizers such as a German sausage platter or crab cakes, then, for the main course, feast on seafood, chicken, veal, pork and steak entrèes, including a "carpetbaggers" steak - a butterflied tenderloin medallion stuffed with shrimp, herbs, tomatoes and garlic. On Sunday the restaurant offers a family-style chicken dinner. Read more about Lemp Mansion Restaurant & Inn >>

  • Libby's Place

    5000 Alaska Ave. St Louis, MO 63111
    314-481-5003

  • The Little Bar

    The Little Bar

    6343 Alabama Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-1665

    There are plenty of hole-in-the-wall bars in Carondelet, though none better than the Little Bar. True to its name, this spot is a few hundred square feet at best, and every inch is hazy with cigarette smoke and the dust of hundreds of scratch-off lottery tickets -- conveniently available behind the bar. If it weren't for the Internet jukebox, the place would look lost in time. Third-shifters belly up when it opens at 6 a.m., and its daytime colleagues populate the place the rest of the time. Read more about The Little Bar >>

  • Livery Company

    Livery Company

    3211 Cherokee St. St Louis, MO 63118

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Livery-Company/224285717640733?rf=127004470782726 Livery Company, in the Cherokee Arts District, combines the charms of a dimly lit dive with a vintage speakeasy-style vibe. Utilizing its small stage, the casual chill spot hosts cover-free music events put on by local musicians on most weekends in addition to open mics, karaoke and trivia throughout the week. The bar, built by owner Emily Ebeling's father with materials from an old schoolhouse, accompanies decor and paraphernalia that harkens back to Cherokee's previous heyday in the '40s and '50s. Livery Company uses many small batch liquors, including locally made spirits and beers such as St. Louis Distillery's Cardinal Sin Vodka and Square One Distillery liquors. Plenty of inspiration from New Orleans comes in the form of small batch bourbons, Sazerac made with Herbsaint and Pimm's Cup alongside south city staples of Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller High Life. South St. Louis Pizza Company offers snacks for hungry bar-goers. Read more about Livery Company >>

  • LoRusso

    LoRusso's Cucina

    3121 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-647-6222

    http://www.lorussos.com A classy family-owned Italian restaurant off the Hill but very much in its spirit. You'll find local favorites like toasted ravioli and veal Parmesan made with Provel in addition to the eponymous cheese, but the broad menu also features such Old World dishes as escargot in garlic-herb butter and the Italian seafood stew cioppino. There are more than a dozen pasta dishes, including numerous vegetarian options, and meat lovers will enjoy strip steak topped with Asiago cheese, pork osso buco or a fourteen-ounce veal chop milanese. The lengthy wine list boasts numerous brawny Italian reds and a few cult California cabernets. Read more about LoRusso's Cucina >>

  • Los Punk

    Los Punk

    2709 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-932-5411

    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. The punk rock saloon features a variety of music -- everything from cow-punk to reggae -- in the back of the corner on some nights and serves as a low-key watering hole otherwise. Grab a chair on the back patio while pork steaks get thrown on the grill, or snack on some "Mississippi caviar," a bean dip, at the bar. Read more about Los Punk >>

  • Luna Lounge

    Luna Lounge

    4561 Gravois Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63116
    314-481-5862

    http://www.letseat.at/Luna Luna Lounge is not a Bosnian bar. Let's get that straight right off the bat. Located smack in the middle of a primarily Bosnian neighborhood in south city, Luna Lounge is an eclectic, friendly joint with a decidedly American feel. The exquisite bar is a 1904 original with the words "Speak not easy, speak not loud. With a friend over a glass, all is confided," carved auf Deutsch at the top. Exposed brick walls, a slate-and-marble bartop (with extra points for the sparkly glitter grout) and hardwood floors take the room from pseudo-sports bar to classy saloon. Of course we should disclose that we're partial to any place that's as in tune with our needs as Luna Lounge. Why yes, friendly bartender, we'd love a take-home St. Louis-style pizza! Read more about Luna Lounge >>

  • Malle

    Malle's

    3506 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-352-5566

    It's not just the video games and cheap beer that make Malle's feel like a frat house on a weeknight, circa 2002. More important is the familiarity evident in the crowd of twenty and thirtysomethings, who all reach out to be a bro to one another while Jackass and Sports Center play above the bar and the DJ cranks Nelly and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Game night drink specials make Malle's a great place to chillax or maybe even sing some karaoke. Read more about Malle's >>

  • Melrose Club

    Melrose Club

    5400 SW Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-644-5288

    Melrose Club, a shadowy haunt located in the heart of The Hill, maintains a highly exclusive clientele. Newcomers are watched closely as they cross the short distance from the front door to the bar, where the bartender whispers conspiratorially with tattooed men sporting leather jackets. Sparsely decorated with statuettes of the Blues Brothers and portraits of famous gangsters, the bar has a way of making regulars feel right at home. For everyone else, well, the beer is cheap, the game is on and what's wrong with atmosphere right out of a Martin Scorsese film? Read more about Melrose Club >>

  • Melt

    Melt

    2712 Cherokee Street St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-6358

    https://www.facebook.com/meltoncherokee 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. Serving up savory and sweet waffles, wheat grass shots and an array of beverages (including a full bar), Melt's prepared to meet late night appetites, not to mention hungry breakfast-goers. One of its new location expansions includes a live music stage that hosts everything from folk to punk rock. Read more about Melt >>

  • The Melvin Theater

    2912 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Meyer's Country Cottage & Pub

    4960 Parker Ave. St Louis, MO 63139-1131
    314-741-3836

  • Morganford Blues Bar

    3267 Morganford Road St Louis, MO 63116-1830
    314-772-3533

  • Nellie Glenns Saloon

    Nellie Glenns Saloon

    6109 Gravois Road St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-457-8766

    http://www.facebook.com/nellieglennssaloon Throw a bottle of Jameson in the air and you're bound to hit an Irish bar in this town. But the further south you go in the city, the harder they are to come by. Nellie Glenns keeps the dream alive. Nellie Glenns is open 'til three, but the bartenders reserve the right to kick you out at 2:15 if they feel like it. After a few of their double-sized shots, we're inclined to nod blearily in agreement with the sign: "God created liquor to keep the Irish from conquering the world." The menu features standard bar fare, including pretzel bites served with spicy cheese, nachos, salads and burgers. Nellie Glenns also offers pizza and sandwiches, such as the Gravois: grilled chicken with Swiss, bacon, onions, lettuce and tomato. And it all tastes even better with a drink or two. Read more about Nellie Glenns Saloon >>

  • Nels Neighborhood Pub & Grill

    3748 Delor St. St Louis, MO 63116-4154
    314-481-6357

  • O'Byrne's Grille & Pub

    6335 Clayton Ave. St Louis, MO 63139-3209
    314-647-2214

  • O

    O'Malley's Irish Pub

    1900 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-762-9308

    http://www.myspace.com/omalleysirishbar Located on Cherokee Antique Row in Marine Villa across from the Benton Park neighborhood, O'Malley's Irish Pub serves up typical Irish dishes, such as shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage, and potato soup. The affordable meals also include American pub grub, including chicken strips and burgers. Read more about O'Malley's Irish Pub >>

  • Off Broadway

    Off Broadway

    3509 Lemp Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118

    http://www.offbroadwaystl.com Off Broadway has hosted shows for more than 30 years in its cozy listening room. A smaller, intimate stage makes it easy for concert-goers to feel like a part of the experience, with warm lights casting an aura of mellow over musicians. Every kind of music looks and sounds good here, from indie rock to national alt-country, and a spacious patio sets the scene for the occasional day-long music festival. The bartenders are as friendly as the prices, and there's plenty of room on the dance floor. For a birds's eye view, simply pull up a chair on the second-story balcony. Read more about Off Broadway >>

  • Office

    4532 Virginia Ave. St Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-9618

  • One-Nite Stand

    One-Nite Stand

    2800 Ohio Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-776-0996

    The problem with most bars? You can't take the liquor home with you. Not so at One Nite Stand on Gravois-in addition to pool tables, Friday and Saturday night karaoke, low prices and ashtrays galore, this place also sells package liquor for those of us who, um, drink more than we grocery shop. The owner is usually found presiding at the end of the bar, and the exclamatory ethos here are clear, via behind-the-bar signage: "Drink water at home! $5 a glass," "Who loves you? Nobody!" and "Get out!" Read more about One-Nite Stand >>

  • The Original Crusoe

    The Original Crusoe's Restaurant

    3152-54 Osceola at Compton Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-0620

    http://www.dineocr.com A south-city mainstay since 1979, the Original Crusoe's Restaurant serves classic pub grub along with more upscale options. Diners can start their meal with appetizers such as spinach-artichoke dip, breaded wings and mini rye pizzas. Entrées include chicken and beef choices, such as "mud steak," a ten-ounce steak served in a pepper-garlic, white-wine, lemon-butter sauce with mushrooms, and Provel on top. Crusoe's also serves breakfast on Sundays, with traditional favorites, including a slinger, omelets, pancakes, and steak and eggs. Those up for the challenge can order the BAB burger -- that would be "Big Ass Burger" -- 40 ounces of beef and fries on the side. Crusoe's also has banquet facilities and offers catering. Read more about The Original Crusoe's Restaurant >>

  • The Other Side

    4701 Michigan Ave. St Louis, MO 63111-1717
    314-352-3151

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