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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

Sandrina's

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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  • Art Bar at Dante's

    3221 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-652-2369

    http://www.clubdantes.com

  • Bar 101 Soulard

    Bar 101 Soulard

    1724 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-621-5400

    http://www.bar101stlouis.com Some bars are content to offer clean glasses and booze, without gimmicks or an ounce of entertainment. Not so Bar 101; this Soulard joint "gets it all in," to borrow a term from the hip hop playbook. Outside, there's a giant sand volleyball court and about a million square feet of patio space with a large outdoor bar and fire pit. Inside, flat screens blare with in-house adverts and food porn that's bound to make your beer-filled tummy rumble, along with myriad games including basketball and a feat-of-strength boxing game. It's either a mini-Dave and Busters or an adult-friendly Chuck E. Cheese -- only instead of fake gold coins, your prize will be booze. Or maybe a stunning victory on the volleyball court. The menu features traditional bar food (cheese sticks, nachos) alongside unexpected choices (spinach-artichoke Rangoon, battered gator). Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Bar Louie-Central West End

    Bar Louie-Central West End

    14 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-678-3385

    http://www.barlouieamerica.com Is Bar Louie a swank cocktail lounge or a neighborhood bar and grill? Depends on when you show up. The Chicago-based chain occupies a massive space in the Central West End, and when it's filled with the young and the beautiful on a weekend night, it's got spark. Stop by for lunch or an early dinner, though, and you may feel lonely. Stick with the basics: sandwiches, burgers and fish tacos. Chase your meal with a beer or martini and watch the pretty people play. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • BBC Asian Cafe & Bar

    BBC Asian Cafe & Bar

    243 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-7770

    http://www.bbcstl.com There's no longer banh mi at BBC Asian Cafe & Bar, even though it used to be one of the place's signature offerings (one of the Bs in BBC supposedly stood for it!). There is instead gyoka, maki, chicken teriyaki and some unexpected choices, such as the unagi crepe, which is filled with mozzarella, crab, unagi and unagi sauce. But these days, BBC is less about the food and more about the nightlife; there's a stylish little bar here and plenty of room to smoke hookah. And while there are plenty of places on South Grand offering just that, to the best of our knowledge, this is the only restaurant in the Central West End with hookah as an option -- making BBC the only place in town to puff away while watching the Euclid Avenue street parade. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Blues City Deli

    Blues City Deli

    2438 McNair Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-773-8225

    http://www.bluescitydeli.com From the muffalettas and po' boys on the menu to the concert posters, album covers and photos that cover the walls (look for the shot of owner Vince Valenza from his club-gigging days with music buddy Pennsylvania Slim), Blues City Deli screams New Orleans. Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoons in this Benton Park deli feature free live concerts from blues artists and more. On these days, a line goes out the door and often around the corner. Even if the wait was long, it'd still be worth it for that sweet (or spicy - you choose) "Memphix Stax" pulled pork piled high with slaw, but with an expeditious sandwich assembly line, visitors never have to go hungry for long. Aside from a "soup of the day" and a couple of salads, we're talking all sandwiches, all the time. Grab a quick bite, kick back with a cold beer and soak up some quality local music. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Brennan

    Brennan's

    4659 Maryland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-9444

    http://www.cometobrennans.net Brennan's has achieved must-go status among St. Louisans. The quaint Central West End cigar bar and wine market recently got a big city renovation, adding to its already considerable allure. The bar on the main floor of Brennan's is presided over by a billboard-sized sign, with text that changes regularly. Recent offerings: "When a smoking Indonesian toddler looks cooler than you, it's time to reevaluate your Ed Hardy gear," and "Chuck Norris will be upstairs this evening playing ping pong with an ironing board and a watermelon." An unmarked door in the middle of the room leads to the modern-day speakeasy in the basement cellar. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Club Elite

    Club Elite

    813 N. Kingshighway St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-7857

    The sign outside of Club Elite states that the joint is "Where 'Particular' People Meet." How one defines "particular" is a matter of taste, but the friendly security guard who administers the pat-downs at the door makes sure that all patrons will have a particularly safe, good time. Housed in an old Pantera's Pizza building, Club Elite feels like a well-appointed clubhouse, with its exposed rafters wrapped in blinking Christmas lights and mirrored walls. Expect a cover charge on most nights. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Double Apple

    Double Apple

    3131 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-371-6700

    St. Louis is experiencing a hookah renaissance - OK, so we like to keep trends alive a few years after their expiration date. (Isn't that part of the River City's charm?) Double Apple is a new hookah bar and cafe on Olive Boulevard. This slowly gentrifying section of Midtown finds its life blood in the student population of Saint Louis University, and Double Apple 's 18+ policy gives freshmen a place to chill that isn't a student center or a Starbucks. There's no cover, and a live belly dancer shimmies through the cramped space, puffing proffered hookah while (of-age!) patrons knock back shots or debate which tobacco flavor to sample next. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Exo Restaurant & Lounge

    Exo Restaurant & Lounge

    3146 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1500

    http://www.exostl.com You don't have to be a VIP to be granted entrance to Exo Lounge, but someone will probably notice if you aren't dressed like one. While you might not find Jay-Z in the booth sippin' Ciroq, you may encounter a local hip-hop star - this is where beautiful urbanites spend their Saturday nights. Plebes party on the main floor, while the elite saunter up the staircase to the private dancefloor and bar beyond. The room follows the ever-popular exposed-brick/warm-wood motif, with low-slung leather banquettes for bottle service overlooking the small dancefloor where the ladies work it out and the fellas sip their inhibitions away. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Firebird

    The Firebird

    2706 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-0353

    http://www.firebirdstl.com It's dark. It's hotter than Satan's girlfriend. The low ceiling means all the heat being generated by the crowd is rising -- only to fall and suffocate unwitting and terribly sweaty concert-goers. But there's something primal and viscerally satisfying about paying to stand and sweat among the crush of bodies while your favorite indie band or local rockers obliterate the stage. If you're looking for a club that is based on atmosphere or ambiance, you might need to look elsewhere. But if it's music you're after, whether it's punk, rock, metal or something completely different, the Firebird is your new best friend. Having hosted everyone from the Dead Milkmen and Swans to Big Freedia and Best Coast, the Firebird is a lively and open-minded host to an show-going experience to be remembered. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Fubar

    Fubar

    3108 Locust St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-9050

    http://www.fubarstl.com If you're looking for metal or punk in the area, Fubar is self-described "everything louder than everything else." Housed in the renovated former Olive Motor Company building, Fubar is owned and managed by Bob Fancher, who did time for more than a decade at the Creepy Crawl. Fresh coats of paint, digital jukeboxes, two bars and a music equipment supply corner provide a great atmosphere for this loud-as-bombs rock venue. Somehow they were able to score Black Flag recently, if that tells you anything about the staff's awesome taste. Fubar is split into two equally sized, larger rooms; on the right lays the venue, and the left, the lounge. One can expect the best local and regional rock bands, cheap drink specials and some good-natured hazing from the bartenders at this midtown watering hole. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Humphrey

    Humphrey's Restaurant and Tavern

    3700 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-535-0700

    http://www.humphreysstl.com Humphrey's Restaurant and Bar's proximity to SLU makes it a go-to spot for college students. The spacious restaurant serves up classic bar food. Appetizers include fried mushrooms, jalapeño poppers and toasted ravioli. Humphrey's also offers bigger bites, including hot dogs, salads, a pork fritter and burgers (veggie burgers are available). For early birds, the restaurant has breakfast items such as an egg sandwich, biscuits and gravy, and a slinger, while night owls can sit back with a few cold ones until the wee hours: Humphrey's stays open until 3 a.m. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • International Tap House-Soulard

    International Tap House-Soulard

    1711 S. 9th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-621-4333

    http://www.internationaltaphouse.com Chesterfield beer mecca International Tap House found the perfect place for its sister location: beery, cheery Soulard. The place is huge and swank, with exposed brick, buttery soft black leather couches, and a large patio out back for swilling al fresco. The International Tap House, or iTap, features 500 beers in bottles, 40 on draft and absolutely nothing else - although they'll let you order in food from a neighborhood eatery if you're peckish. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Library Annex

    The Library Annex

    3693 Forest Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-652-8484

    http://www.facebook.com/libraryannex The Library Annex picks up where too-crowded Humphrey's leaves off. Right around the corner from that infamous SLU bar is a new, swankier but still purely college drinkery with a pseudo-educational twist: Books line mahogany shelves in each room of the large bar. There's a dance floor where DJ's spin party hits and collegial touchstone tunes like "Don't Stop Believin,'" multiple bar games and get this: an actual beer pong table. Ladies, don't be surprised if inebriated SLU guys propose marriage; it's a common occurrence, but for the most part they're quite polite when you refuse. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • The Loft

    The Loft

    3112 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-225-2505

    http://www.theloftstl.com Olive Street is lined with tricked out Escalades and cruisers on Saturday nights, and men and women shoulder their way into the packed house, looking fly and fresh off a shoot for BET. The Loft is a mid-size club in the burgeoning Midtown strip. Reserved VIP booths line one wall, and Hot 104.1's best DJs broadcast live from the Loft, incinerating the dance floor with the best hip hop, R&B and soul. It may not be the biggest or swank-est club in River City, but the music is bangin' and the scene is too. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Lumen

    Lumen

    2201 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-5757

    http://www.lumenstl.com

  • Mandarin Lounge

    Mandarin Lounge

    44 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4447

    http://www.mandarinlounge.net Find the gangway between Scape and Design Within Reach (hint: hang a left at the Maryland Plaza fountain), greet the black-clad bouncer, and take the elevator to the third floor. You're instantly greeted by a phalanx of Chinese warriors, set back against dark red walls. Mandarin is an upscale nightclub with one of the best rooftop patios in St. Louis. DJs spin Top 40 tunes, while Central West Enders tipple and recline in one of the intimate, soft-lit corners. Don't miss the bathrooms, which are joined by a large stone sink (girls are often found peering into the boy's side and vice versa) and feature a sheet of water magically raining down from the mirror. Washing your hands was never more fun. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Moolah Theatre & Lounge

    Moolah Theatre & Lounge

    3821 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-446-6866

    http://www.stlouiscinemas.com/moolah/ Moolah Theatre & Lounge is a one-screen movie theater that also houses one of the few bowling alleys in St. Louis City proper, Moolah Lanes. It features couch seating as well as stadium seating and concessions including beer and wine. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • NEO on Locust

    NEO on Locust

    2801 Locust Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103

    http://www.neostl.com

  • Shanti

    Shanti

    825 Allen Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-4772

    http://www.theshanti.com The Shanti is a truly laid-back kind of haunt. Home to a bar, a jukebox, plenty of plastic palm trees, strings of lights and enough tchotchkes to make any decent garage sale jealous. The outdoor courtyard hosts warm-weather fun and cool-weather fire pits, and live music fills the small bar with a variety of tunes nearly every night. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Six Row Brewing Company

    Six Row Brewing Company

    3690 Forest Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-531-5600

    http://www.sixrowbrewco.com Located in part of the old Falstaff Brewing complex, Six Row is a part of St. Louis' recent craft-brewing boom. A rotating selection of beers is available on draft (or in growlers to go). The signature beer might be the Whale, a malt-heavy concoction that is unique and complex, perfect for the beer aficionado and everyday drinker alike. Other selections, like a hop-heavy American IPA or strong foreign extra stout, are available seasonally. The food menu eschews trendy gastropub pretensions in favor of the straightforward, with St. Louis-style pizza, sandwiches, salads and soups. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Small Batch Whiskey & Fare

    Small Batch Whiskey & Fare

    3001 Locust St St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-380-2040

    http://www.smallbatchstl.com Restaurateur David Bailey takes the whiskey-bar trend in an unexpected direction with his vegetarian eatery, Small Batch. Bailey doesn’t bill the place as a crunchy vegetarian spot; instead, he hopes that diners will enjoy the vegetable-focused concept so much that they fail to miss the meat. The carbonara pasta, made with housemade linguine, replaces the richness of bacon with smoked mushrooms. Even the most die-hard carnivore will be satisfied by the “burger,” a greasy-spoon-style corn and black bean patty stopped with creamy guacamole, Chihuahua cheese, and Bailey’s signature “Rooster” sauce (tangy mayonnaise). Small Batch’s bourbon selection and creative cocktails are also impressive. The “Smokeysweet,” a blend of smoked cherries, rye and rhubarb, tastes like drinking punch by a campfire. For a taste of summer in a glass, the “Rickey” is a bright concoction of elderflower liquor, grapefruit, lime and white corn whiskey. The gorgeous, vintage setting provides an ideal spot to indulge in some Prohibition-era-style drinking. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tom

    Tom's Bar & Grill

    20 S. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4900

    http://www.tomsbarandgrillstl.com A classic American tavern that also happens to be one of the better sports bars in town, Tom's serves up a full lunch-and-dinner menu of pretty much everything you'd expect: wings, fried mushrooms, chef's salads, chili mac, roast beef sandwiches, chicken clubs. But predictable doesn't mean poorly executed: The food is fine, especially the tasty tuna salad and the strong, flavorful coffee poured out generously by the female waitstaff. A pair of TVs behind the ornate and gorgeous bar and a big-screen in the back ensure good game-catching sightlines for all. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Tripel Brasserie

    Tripel Brasserie

    1801 Park Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-678-7787

    http://www.tripelstl.com Tripel Brasserie brings a little bit of Belgium to its corner of Lafayette Square. Featuring traditional Belgian cuisine and a beer list that would make the abbots sigh, the space captures the feel of a Brussels beer hall. Tripel is at its best when showcasing authentic Belgian dishes, such as the kippenwaterzooi, a rich chicken stew simmered in an egg cream sauce. The choucroute garnie, a platter of assorted smoked pork and sausages is a pork lovers dream, containing snappy house made sausages, smoked ham hock and thick sliced pork belly, so buttery that it melts in one’s mouth. Of course, one cannot go to a Belgian restaurant without having mussels and fries, the official dish of Belgium. Fortunately, Tripel has six selection from which to choose, including the classic white wine and shallot a la mariniere preparation and the house specialty featuring blue cheese and calvados (apple brandy). Beer aficionados have a strong argument for the Belgians being the superior makers of the frothy beverage, and Tripel’s beer menu gives patrons a chance to experience a wide variety of suds. Hint: nothing goes better with a Belgian beer than fries dipped in mayonnaise. It’s a Belgian thing. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

  • Trueman

    Trueman's Place

    1818 Sidney St St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-5900

    http://www.truemanssoulard.com No frills is the name of the game for Trueman's Place located on the edge of both Soulard and Benton Park. It's a big stop each year for folks walking down to the annual Mardi Gras celebration and also a great place to sit outside when the weather is nice. A full menu includes everything from St. Louis style pizzas to sandwiches and wraps to feed hungry sports fans. The summer months also find Trueman's hosting sand volleyball leagues, but babes in bikini tops grace the walls all year 'round. Read more about this St. Louis bar or club >>

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