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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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  • Baileys

    Baileys' Chocolate Bar

    1915 Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-8100

    http://www.baileyschocolatebar.com Located at 1915 Park in the heart of the idyllic Lafayette Square neighborhood, Bailey’s Chocolate Bar serves up some of the city’s best desserts and cocktails, in addition to a small but stellar selection of savory offerings. Thanks to its dim lighting and the rich browns and reds that dominate the interior, Bailey’s Chocolate Bar is well-known as one of the city's most romantic spots. Selections range from classic desserts like crème brûlée and Bailey’s strawberry sundae to more contemporary creations like their vegan banana split made with strawberry sorbet, as well as a variety of house-made ice creams and truffles. Savory offerings include sandwiches, salads and pizzettas, and a sizeable selection of fine cheeses. The bar serves up a bevy of beers, wines, spirits, and specialty cocktails – your sweet tooth will thank you. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Element

    Element

    1419 Carroll Street St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-1674

    http://www.elementstl.com Helmed by executive chef Brian Hardesty of Terrene and Guerrilla Street Food fame, Element serves up hearty rustic American food in a beautifully restored historic brick building in Lafayette Square. The two-story, warmly rich space is filled with glass and wood and features an open kitchen in the lower level restaurant area so that every table feels like a chef’s table. Four chefs actually share the kitchen there, each one bringing their own flavor to the collaborative concept. The top floor offers small plates and a gorgeous full bar in an urban chic lounge area. Both levels offer outdoor seating with stunning views of downtown St. Louis. Hardesty and his team use local ingredients with attention to the flavors of the season. Notable dishes include a pork-belly small plate - so creamy it is almost spreadable - served with tangy blue cheese mousse, plums, French prunes and walnuts. The short-rib large plate is equally decadent, the meat falling apart with the slightest prodding of a fork. Served with a rich sweet potato ale, rutabaga and Swiss chard, the short ribs are tailor-made for a chilly day. The wine list is small but thoughtful, the beer list features local craft selections and the bartenders are up to the challenge of customizing a craft cocktail based on a mood. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Great Grizzly Bear

    Great Grizzly Bear

    1027 Geyer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-231-0444

    http://www.greatgrizzlybear.net At the corner of Geyer Avenue and Menard Street in the historic Soulard neighborhood, the Great Grizzly Bear's brick building plays host to casual barflies and annual Mardi Gras revelers alike inside and on its large patio. The menu features more than a dozen appetizers, including potato skins, nachos and its specialty "Grizzly Balls," a shredded cheese and chicken concoction spiked with hot sauce and fried. Cajun specialties include jambalaya and Mardis Gras blackened shrimp. Great Grizzly Bear also offers soups, salads and a large selection of sandwiches, including burgers and melts. For dessert, try the fried twinkies (not for the faint of heart). Sports fans can hop on the Grizzly Bear sports shuttle to get to the game and back, so long as your promise to get your pre- and post- game on. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Planter

    Planter's House

    1000 Mississippi Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-696-6203

    http://www.plantershousestl.com Finally, master mixologist Ted Kilgore gets a house of his own with Planter’s House. This Lafayette Square temple to mixology is a showroom for Kilgore and company’s (wife, Jamie, and business partner, Ted Charak) inspired cocktail artistry. Drinks run the gamut from the approachable “Planter’s House Punch” to the esoteric wormwood-laden “Unusual Suspect.” The joint is, first and foremost, a cocktail room, but it features an inspired food menu. The poutine is magnificent -- thick, red-wine pork gravy covers a platter of fried and smashed fingerling potatoes. Or try the duck burger, a mammoth mix of ground duck, pork and bacon is served open-face on a pumpernickel bun with Gouda and a fried duck egg. It’s quite possibly the perfect way to soak up all of that booze. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • SqWires

    SqWires

    1415 S. 18th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-3522

    http://www.sqwires.com Built into part of the renovated Western Wire Products factory in Lafayette Square, SqWires focuses on simple, spirited food. (Seafood, in particular, is a highlight.) The interior is modern-industrial with a cosmopolitan feel, thanks to exposed brick and lofty windows. The happy hour is pretty solid with above average drink offerings group-friendly food -- plates are easy to share, and each offers something for someone. The dips-and-spreads app features warm pita bread fanned among three very distinctively different but complementary dips. SqWires' modern flare fits in beautifully against the historic backdrop. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

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