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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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  • Old Rock House

    Old Rock House

    1200 S. 7th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-588-0505

    http://www.oldrockhouse.com In the basement of the Old Rock House lies the Smoke Joint, a barbecue spot that provides concertgoers with Memphis-style ribs, Frito pie, chicken and turkey sandwiches, all available during the venue's live concerts. The restaurant's chef, Mark Renaud, competed in barbecue contest Memphis in May (He placed 17th overall out of more than 400 contestants.) Read more about Old Rock House >>

  • Phelan's Pub & Grill

    1730 S. 8th St. St Louis, MO 63104-4006
    314-241-8282

    http://www.phelanspub.com

  • Shenandoah Bar & Grill

    2855 Shenandoah Ave. St Louis, MO 63104-2343
    314-664-6292

  • Social House Soulard

    Social House Soulard

    1551 S. 7th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-3825

    http://www.socialhousesoulard.com Social House took over the spot formerly occupied by M.P. O'Reilly's in Soulard across from the farmers' market. Its menu features typical pub grub -- wings, spinach-artichoke dip and nachos to start, with burgers, sandwiches and pizza later on the list. Wraps include a veggie option, featuring roasted vegetables, rice and tomato-basil sauce. Social House also offers entertainment, with pool tables, video games, dart boards and a large dance floor where 18-year-olds can mingle with the 21-and-up crowd while scantily clad shot girls deliver Jagerbombs and Bud Light in pitchers. Read more about Social House Soulard >>

  • Sonny

    Sonny's

    1026 Geyer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104

    The Soulard jazz-and-blues club Spooty's recently reopened with new owners as an entirely different concept: Sonny's. Gone are the open-mic blues jams; in their place is a pretty standard Soulard watering hole -- meaning that Sonny's is cheerful, casual and cheap. Nothing wrong with that--except think twice before you bring a date. Tuesday night trivia runs from 8 to 10 p.m., while an all-day happy hour on Wednesdays includes $2 24-ounce beer cans all day long. Read more about Sonny's >>

  • Soulard Ale House

    1732 S. 9th St. St Louis, MO 63104-3902
    314-436-1819

    http://www.soulardalehouse.com

  • Soulard Bastille Bar

    Soulard Bastille Bar

    1027 Russell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-664-4408

    http://www.soulardbastille.com If you're looking for a smoky gay bar in which to wile the night away, the Soulard Bastille may be your new favorite hang. The owner closed the kitchen in order to skirt the 2011 smoking ban, and has since hung giant cigarette sculptures outside the bar that read "This house is a'smokin." The walls are covered in flair, from a buffalo head on the wall to Rocky Horror light-up signs and rainbow-colored icicle lights adorning the ceiling. The bartenders are extremely friendly; don't be surprised if they ask you -- no, make that, order you -- to belly up to the bar for mandatory shots. Read more about Soulard Bastille Bar >>

  • Sportsman's

    3500 S. Jefferson Ave. St Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-5218

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-Soulard

    2117 S. 12th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-772-5977

    http://www.tuckersplacestl.com Tucker's Place is known first and foremost for its great steaks. Each location -- there are three total -- serves up filets, sirloins, strips and porterhouses alongside a pizza menu. Tucker's also has a variety of specials, including "prime time Tuesday," which offers diners either a 16 or 24-ounce prime rib for $14.95 or $18.95, respectively. Tucker's is also one of the most laid-back places to meet friends for drinks in Soulard's booming bar scene. The dark wood bar and dim lighting give it a classic vibe, but the slightly more formal dining area make it a suitable place to take a date or meet up with friends or family for a great meal. Read more about Tucker's Place-Soulard >>

  • Venice Café

    Venice Café

    1903 Pestalozzi St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-5994

    http://www.thevenicecafe.com Eccentric haven Venice Café provides a bright, colorful spot to take in live music and enjoy Caribbean fare - Rasta kabobs (available with jerk chicken, beef or veggie), Red Stripe Porker (pork tenderloin) and fried plantains are among the options. Venice Café's drinks include standard beer and liquor choices, and happy hour specials run Monday through Saturday. Read more about Venice Café >>

  • Way Out Club

    Way Out Club

    2525 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-664-7638

    http://www.myspace.com/wayoutclub Nostalgia hits like a ton bricks at this club, adorned with framed photos and artwork of pop culture past. Every inch of wall and ceiling space is covered with something here: B-movie posters, random art, framed pin-up girls giving their best sexyface, a collection of dead, vintage televisions, and weird alien fetuses housed in glass bottles like so many formaldehyde frogs. The TV sets that do work display obscure exploitation and indie-flicks. This hip watering hole has a venue side with a tall stage, booming sound system and enough seating in the form of '50s dinette sets to make Betty Draper jealous. In its storied history, the Way Out Club has hosted many a music group, ranging from psychedelic jam bands to all-girl garage rockers. Both the bar and show areas are spacious, providing ample room for the occasional interpretive dance, or punk rock flailing. The booze selection looks keen, and this spot stands to be a rare haven for hippies and hipsters alike. Just don't forget to give Angus, the Way Out's resident feline, some love; he's really the one running the place. Read more about Way Out Club >>

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