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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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  • Atomic Cowboy

    Atomic Cowboy

    4140 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-775-0775 If one spot captures the diverse and energetic vibe of the Grove, it's Atomic - the perfect combination of restaurant, bar, club, and music venue. Recently, the Demo, a separate room explicitly for live music, opened inside of Atomic Cowboy, and inside you'll find some of the city's preeminent DJs, jam bands, burlesque troupes, indie bands or hip-hop showcases. The full bar offers housemade vodka infusions, and the menu is solid: shredded pork tacos, fish tacos, piles of greasy-good nachos, a kicky quartet of buffalo chicken sliders. The massive patio and outdoor bar is great for warm summer nights, so kick back and grab a "super premium" margarita before hitting the dance floor. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Attitudes


    4100 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-534-0044 The Grove is host to many alternative night clubs, but none quite like Attitudes. As St. Louis' oldest LGBT nightclub, this veteran hotspot certainly knows how to throw a party. Wednesday nights feature karaoke and a $10 all-you-can-drink special, while hip-hop night is the best way to bounce 'til 3 a.m. on Thursdays; Friday night drag shows are followed by a non-stop all night dance party on Saturdays. Between rounds of cutting a rug in the cage or on the dance floor, try the "Dueling DJ" or the "Diamond," two of the wettest, wildest concoctions 'tudes has to offer. There's a reason why Attitude's has oft been voted "St. Louis' Best Gay and Lesbian Night Club" -- it's a consistently energetic place for party people of all ages and orientations. Any of the uber-friendly staff members can tell you that. Just make sure that you keep any drama under wraps, or you might see an even sassier side of them. After all, it is called "Attitudes" for a reason. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Bad Dog Bar & Grill

    Bad Dog Bar & Grill

    3960 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-0011 Tucked away behind a White Castle at the scenic confluence of Manchester, Vandeventer and Chouteau is the gayest little clubhouse in St. Louis. Public displays of affection are colloquial here and therefore still cute, and straight folks will get a taste of what it's like be in the minority. No surprise that Morrissey's golden vox usually finds its way onto the Internet jukebox, and lively games of pool or darts are commonly interrupted with lip-sync-alongs. The Bad Dog recently added a full restaurant, Mama's Chowhouse, and it boasts a bloody mary bar on Sundays, not to mention two-for-one happy hours. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Erney

    Erney's 32 Degrees

    4200 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-7195 Erney's 32 is the only gay bar on the Manchester strip that actually feels like a dance club. Laser lights dance on the white, low-slung leather banquettes, music videos blare from a number of flat-screen TVs and there's even a dais in the back with a stripper pole. This bar, the brainchild of owner Mark Erney, snapped up RFT's nod for Best Gay Bar in 2009. The club draws its theme from the ice-cold vodka drinks served both at the bar and inside the club's VodBox - a walk-in cooler with the temp just above freezing, where patrons can enjoy vodka in its natural environment (think Moscow in January). Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    4140 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-775-0775 The Fox Hole is attached to the booming and eclectic Grove nightspot Atomic Cowboy, and brings a gritty rock club vibe to the complex's mélange of entertainment and spirits. See the occasional touring act in the blacked-out Fox Hole, feast your eyes on a bevy of burlesque beauties who perform regularly in this intimate space, or let your ears feast on the stylings of some of the best local bands - from punk to rock to hip hop and everything in-between. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Gramophone

    The Gramophone

    4243 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-531-5700 The Gramophone is one of the stalwarts of the Grove's burgeoning nightclub scene. The venue prides itself on booking a stylistically diverse mix of music, from up and coming hip hop acts to bloghouse DJs and swampy Delta blues. The Gramophone is also the new home of legendary bi-weekly dance party London Calling. With its classy yet laid-back feel, non-smoking policy and great drink selection, the Gramophone is suitable for just about any genre. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • HandleBar


    4127 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-2212 Once the odd new kid on the block, HandleBar has now established itself as an anchor, becoming a friendly and successful neighbor to Atomic Cowboy. At first the bar seemed sort of doomed. Its bike-friendly-plus-we-have-pierogies mystique was slightly alarming, even more so because it occupies a space that has changed hands and names several times -- but its spunky appeal prevails. The patrons come in droves nightly, be it for long-running parties like That 80's Club and London Calling, post-FBC blowouts or just a chill night on the patio. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Just John

    Just John's Club

    4112 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-371-1333 Just John is one of the friendlier gay spots in town. The bar itself is massive, located in the Forest Park area with two expansive patios, an outdoor bar and a stage for karaoke, drag shows and special events. We're not heterophobic by any means, but we're ready to swear off karaoke at straight bars forever after witnessing the Thursday night frivolity at Just John's. Make sure to look closely at the guy sitting next to you: He just might be a well-known drag queen, undercover on his night off in jeans and a baseball cap. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Kentucky Club

    4168 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

  • Nick

    Nick's Irish Pub

    6001 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-781-7806 St. Louis might have more Irish pubs than shamrocks in a glen, but many of them aren't open after 1:30 a.m. That's what separates Nick's from the rest. It's a pub the way pubs are meant to be: cheap beer, cheap bar food and plenty of drunken fools banging mugs on the table to the beat of local musicians playing traditional Irish tunes late at night. Patrons can get a bite to eat at Nick's till midnight on Friday and Saturday. The full menu includes standard Irish pub food such as fish and chips and Shepard's pie. Wing fans have their work cut out for them with more than a dozen sauces to choose from and three different cooking styles. A big-screen TV lets the pub double as a cozy sports bar in the winter, and a large outdoor patio provides a comfortable spot in the summer. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Premium Lounge

    Premium Lounge

    4199 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-8585 Premium Lounge is the only smoky sanctuary left on the Manchester strip, and the joint prepared for the influx of Groveans who like to puff by adding a new vodka wall, a new menu and new flat-screen TV sets. As the name implies, Premium offers top shelf liquors only -and stiff pours at that- but the atmosphere is low-key and the reasonable prices draw a pansexual crowd. Fans of the bar's previous incarnations (RIP Alternative Music Pub) will find their old haunt worthy of becoming a new hangout. Bonus points: high school cafeteria staple Bosco sticks on the new menu. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Rehab Lounge

    Rehab Lounge

    4054 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

    The staff at Rehab may not know your name, but honey, they're about to. The medium-sized bar is staffed by some of the friendliest gays around; even on your first visit, it's immediately clear that this is a place you're going to come back to. They have a massive patio for whiling away summer days and nights, and they host fundraisers and parties regularly -- Sundays are Show Your Support Sundays, and proceeds go to local charities. Their drink specials almost sound like some sort of sick joke: from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. (or, basically whenever the bar is open) there's $10 all-you-can-drink beer, $20 all-you-can-drink wells, $30 all-you-can-drink you-call-its and $40 all-you-can-drink top shelf. Yeah, we don't know what you were about to do either. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Rendezvous Room

    The Rendezvous Room

    521 S. Vandeventer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

  • Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    4465 Manchester Ave St. Louis, MO 63110

    Urban Chestnut Brewing Company's second location in the Grove features a 70,000-square-foot brewery and facility that houses a bierhall for throwing back fresh brews and authentic, housemade German food. It's the largest craft brewery to date in St. Louis and correspondingly takes care of big appetites with hearty, traditional options including schnitzel, spatzle and crispy pork "Knuckle Sandwiches." We can pronounce half the beers on draft, but no matter -- Urban Chestnut's "new world meets old world" artisinal creations channel European styles that transcend cultural barriers. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>