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Square One Brewery

Square One Brewery

Housed in an old Lafayette Square tavern that was home to an Anheuser-Busch tavern a century ago, Square One's dozen different varieties of house-crafted beer include the staples of every microbrewery.
SOHA Bar & Grill

SOHA Bar & Grill

Step into SOHA Bar & Grill -- off of South Hampton Avenue, of course -- and find yourself in a lodge-like atmosphere complete with a fireplace and wall of taps.
Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant

In a neighborhood where Italian cuisine is king, Spain somehow manages to reign supreme at Modesto Tapas Bar & Restaurant. For more than a decade, the Hill neighborhood restaurant has served an extensive Spanish wine list alongside small plates.

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  • Club Amnesia

    Club Amnesia

    1204 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Club-Amnesia-St-Louis/163375600363779 Club Amnesia is hardly different from its predecessor Lure --the basic layout is the same, the Thursday night crowd is the same -- but the increased security (male and female pat-downs, mandatory $3 coat check for every patron) ensures that Amnesia is not following in Lure's flawed footsteps. The weekend cover can be steep at $10, and the line to get in can be long, but we'll be damned if it isn't the most fun you'll ever have. Nowhere else do we find the meat-market scene so appealing: The weaves are fabulous, the hip hop is bangin' and every single song elicits fervent cries of "This my JAM!" Read more about Club Amnesia >>

  • Dante

    Dante's

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

    http://www.dantesstl.com

  • The Dubliner

    The Dubliner

    1025 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-421-4300

    http://www.dublinerstl.com The Dubliner brings an authentic Irish pub experience to Washington Avenue, with one catch: it's too big and too loft-like to pass for the real thing, but those in the mood for a pint of Guinness and a bit of craic won't mind. The menu offers hearty traditional fare, much of it sourced from local farms: beef short ribs braised in stout, a Guinness stew, lamb, fish and chips - and lots and lots of potatoes. Stop in for brunch and enjoy an authentic Irish breakfast, with homemade blood sausage. If restaurant partner Eddie Neill is on the premises, he will greet you enthusiastically with open arms. And to top it off, a few of Eddie's favorite French wines were recommended to pair with our plate. Read more about The Dubliner >>

  • Europe Nightclub

    Europe Nightclub

    710 N 15th St St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-221-8427

    http://www.europenightclub.com Europe Nightclub looks like a fortress from the outside. Located just behind the City Museum, Europe has 2 floors, Gothic touches and a staff of pretty young things who couldn't be less interested in getting you a drink. But few clubs in St. Louis can hold a candle to Europe when you're talking serious dance music -- this is the new home for the Home Nightclub crowd and for B&W Productions' rotating cast of trance and dance demi-gods like Paul Oakenfold and Bad Boy Bill. The second floor offers a stellar view of the action on the dance floor, a separate bar, and white leather booths gone celestial with tiny points of green laser light decorating the booths and their occupants. Read more about Europe Nightclub >>

  • Flamingo Bowl

    Flamingo Bowl

    1117 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-436-6666

    http://www.flamingobowl.net What makes a great bowling alley? Is it the dusty chic of 1950s-era furniture and watery beer specials? Or is it the sheer enormity of some of the newer hi-tech bowling emporiums, featuring a small city's worth of alleys, several cafés and even laser tag? In the case of Flamingo Bowl, Joe Edwards' joint on Washington Avenue, it's neither. Rather, Edwards has brought a bit of the suburbs to the city with his boutique vision of bowling. Neither too large nor too small, Flamingo Bowl offers twelve lanes, a lounge, an extensive list of cocktails, decent bar food and, of course, a healthy selection of tchotchkes from Edwards' personal collection of mid-century Americana. What's more, Flamingo Bowl is open from noon until 3 a.m. seven days a week, making it both the perfect place for a "working" lunch and an ideal place for a sporting nightcap. Read more about Flamingo Bowl >>

  • Flannery

    Flannery's Pub

    1324 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-8885

    http://www.flanneryspub.com A gleaming, upscale sports bar, the first of its kind along downtown's nightlife-infused strip. Foregoing the grimy, dingy ambiance of most sports bars, Flannery's is a clean, well-lighted place with a straightforward bar-food menu. A dozen flat-screens bedeck the walls; a pair of them, poised behind the bar, make grabbing a stool there a great choice for a night or afternoon of ESPN. If you're not in the mood for a burger and fries, there's a $20 steak on the menu, and a plethora of Schlafly beers on tap to wash it down. Play the Golden Tee in the back if you must, but really, Flannery's is a bit classier than that. Read more about Flannery's Pub >>

  • Hair of the Dog

    Hair of the Dog

    1212 Washington Ave St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-3644

    Hair of the Dog offers respite from the Washington Avenue scene. This bar is frequented by downtown locals; it's the kind of place where the bartender will make fun your shot choice and whip you up something tastier, all while razzing the stiletto-ed party girls ducking in just to avoid long bathroom lines at neighboring clubs. He doesn't care how low-cut your top is -- if you aren't here for the sauce, no promises to come back with all your friends will save you from his sarcastic jibes. Don't miss: the awesome "Dead Fat Comedians" wall art by local artist and guerrilla graffiti-ist Peat Wollaeger, the kitschy signage and a rousing game of Big Buck Hunter. Read more about Hair of the Dog >>

  • The Jive & Wail

    The Jive & Wail

    1227 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-781-7000

    http://www.jiveandwail.com

  • Lucas Park Grille

    Lucas Park Grille

    1234 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-7770

    http://www.lucasparkgrille.com Lucas Park Grille was the first restaurant to call Washington Avenue home just after the 2004 loft district revitalization. The swank hub of Washington Avenue nightlife might not be synonymous with foie gras and $40 steaks, and if it's sedate, mannerly high-end dining that you seek, look elsewhere. Its perfectly executed new American cuisine is served up on large and small plates in a large and elegant industrial space filled with stone, copper and brick and several warm fireplaces for a cozy winter spot. An award-winning wine list includes over 300 selections. On the weekends, the bar is bursting at the seams with togged up revelers sporting their finest and throwing back calorie-friendly beer and rainbow colored shots. You'll find an electric atmosphere and some of the best people-watching in town. Read more about Lucas Park Grille >>

  • Missouri Bar & Grill

    Missouri Bar & Grill

    701 N. Tucker Blvd St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-231-2234

    http://www.missouribarandgrille.com Located a stone's throw from Wash. Ave., Missouri Bar & Grill provides a casual alternative to the club scene. The bar serves food until 2:30 a.m. every day with appetizers such as fried zucchini and toasted ravioli. Bigger bites include burgers, sandwiches, shrimp, fish, pork chops and even steak. Inside, guests can admire plenty of sports memorabilia or enjoy a round of darts. Missouri Bar & Grill also offers a free shuttle to Cardinals and Rams home games. Read more about Missouri Bar & Grill >>

  • The Shamrock Pub

    The Shamrock Pub

    1131 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-436-2231

    The Shamrock Pub isn't fancy. It's not trying to impress anyone. But it's the kind of place where you'll find regulars ready to give you an oral history lesson on the building, the bar, and hell, life, if you're ready to listen. Located at the intersection of Convent and South 7th, the brick building was the first convent built west of the Mississippi in the late 1890's. It later functioned as a bottling plant, and now houses a bar and the accompanying liquor store next door. How fitting for a former convent! Tip your hat to the urn above the bar: That's the final resting place of the beloved, and only partially identified "Epps," who wasn't Irish, but apparently drank like a good Irishman should. Read more about The Shamrock Pub >>

  • Shiver Vodka Bar & Champagne Lounge

    Shiver Vodka Bar & Champagne Lounge

    1130 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-241-3900

    http://www.shivervodkabar.com Shiver Vodka Bar and Champagne Lounge is an ultra hip bar that's the first of its kind in St. Louis. The well-appointed establishment in the heart of Washington Ave.'s club-strewn strip features an ice chamber (complete with ice furniture) where patrons can imbibe their 150+ premium vodkas out of ice shot glasses. If that thought doesn't send a shiver up your spine, you're probably Russian. Read more about Shiver Vodka Bar & Champagne Lounge >>

  • The Side Bar

    The Side Bar

    1317 Washington Ave St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-621-7376

    http://www.thesidebarstl.com Any neighborhood strip worth strolling down has a good sports bar for enthusiasts to retreat to, and the Side Bar provides just that for Washington Avenue. Sip on an infused vodka or bloody mary to go with some standard bar fare including burgers, appetizers and St. Louis-style pizza. Go all out for breakfast with a side bar slinger, or have a wholesome dinner of lasagna, meat loaf or baked grouper. No sports bar experience would be complete with a big screen to catch the game on, and the Side Bar's spacious dining room has a projector feeding in the action. Read more about The Side Bar >>

  • Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    Urban Chestnut Brewing Company

    3229 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-222-0143

    http://www.urbanchestnut.com Urban Chestnut Brewing Company’s original microbrewery in Midtown is a gem of a biergarten that serves up a delicious and rotating selection of beers. Brewmaster Florian Kuplent brings nearly two decades of beer-making experience and a novel brewing philosophy that results in two different lines of beer; Urban Chestnut’s “Reverence” series pays homage to the European brewing heritage with classic brewing techniques and styles, while “Revolution” employs more innovative, artisanal techniques to create contemporary American beers. So, whether you prefer the yeastiness of an old-school Bavarian lager like the Zwickel or a hopped-up monster of an ale like the STLIPA, Urban Chestnut’s got you covered. In addition to their excellent selection, Urban Chestnut offers a small food menu mostly composed of German biergarten staples like sausages, pretzel bread and mustard, as well as a small selection of both domestic and imported cheeses. Read more about Urban Chestnut Brewing Company >>

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