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  • C.J. Muggs-Clayton

    C.J. Muggs-Clayton

    200 S. Central Clayton, MO 63105
    314-727-1908 Besides being a popular happy-hour spot, CJ Muggs also serves up a large variety of lunch and dinner options. Most any craving can be satisfied with selections including Bayou shrimp, nachos, meat loaf, risotto, vegetable pad Thai, burgers, pizzas (using both mozzarella and Provel) and an ample sandwich selection. On nice days, guests can enjoy their meals on CJ Muggs' large patio. More >>

  • C.J. Muggs-Webster Groves

    C.J. Muggs-Webster Groves

    101 W. Lockwood Ave. Webster Groves, MO 63119
    314-963-1976 With a large menu, big bar and plenty of seating, C.J. Muggs, at the corner of Lockwood and Gore avenues in Webster Groves, feeds and entertains locals and newcomers en masse. The menu features expected and unexpected bar fare, including Bayou shrimp sautéed in a beer-and-butter sauce, three-bean chicken chili and Creole gumbo. C.J. Muggs also serves an expansive selection of pizzas, baked with both mozzarella and Provel cheeses. Some of the restaurant's heftier bites include entrées, burgers and sandwiches, including a bourbon pepper steak, seared and topped with a sweet onion bourbon sauce and onion strings, a barbecued pulled pork sandwich and the "St. Louis Bleus" burger topped with blue cheese and bacon. Local musicians rock out on a corner stage, and after a few beers, you'll be waving your lighter in the air with a group of new best friends. C.J. Muggs also offers patio seating along the sidewalk, and the Webster Groves location houses a large private banquet room. More >>

  • Cafe Eau

    Cafe Eau

    212 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-454-9000 Inside the swanky Chase Park Plaza next to the Eau Bistro, hotel guests and St. Louis locals alike can pop into Cafe Eau for an upscale dining experience. Take a seat in one of the high-backed booths or opt for a pool-adjacent table outside on nice evenings. The menu includes flat breads such as the Hill (Italian sausage, capicola, prosciutto, pepperoncini, Provel and tomato sauce), T-ravs, burgers, ribs and salads. Local bands and DJs offer music during the late-night hours, when you can barely see the bar over all the gelled, beautiful heads in front of it. More >>

  • Candicci

    Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

    100 Holloway Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-220-8989 If beer and burgers aren't your style, how about wine and pasta? For the past two years, Candicci's in Ballwin has been "slowly trying to educate people in the county of what real Italian food tastes like." With customer favorites like langusto supremo, tutto mare and spidino frutta mare, Candicci's has become a dining destination in a relatively short amount of time. But if you're feeling a little less adventurous, despite the assurance from employees, Candicci's also has pizza -- always a safe alternative. There are more than 40 varieties of wine in stock, plus live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night and drink specials on weekdays. Dining solo? No need to feel embarrassed; there's always a game on TV. More >>

  • Carson


    1712 S. 9th St. Louis, MO 63104

    Located in the heart of Soulard, Carsons is known mainly as a go-to Karaoke stop on weekend nights. The colloquial vibe, cozy atmosphere and laid back crowd make it an easy place to grab the mic and cut loose on the small stage. But this dive offers great prices on cold brews all week long making it a great happy hour stop as well. More >>

  • Casa Loma Ballroom

    Casa Loma Ballroom

    3354 Iowa Ave St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-282-2258 Built in 1927, the Casa Loma Ballroom's historic space off of south city's Cherokee Street has played host to lively events for decades. Once inside, visitors get transported into a magical venue of varying olden eras filled with swing dancing, jazz, burlesque and the south side's own living time capsule, Pokey Lafarge. With room for 850 guests, Casa Loma's room and catering is also available for wedding receptions, meetings and, of course, any event that involves cutting a rug. More >>

  • Casino Queen

    Casino Queen

    200 S. Front St. East St. Louis, IL 62201

  • Castletown Geoghegan Pub

    Castletown Geoghegan Pub

    104 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62220

  • Central Baptist Church

    2842 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103

  • Cephas Christian Church

    1900 Newhouse St. Louis, MO 63107

  • Chaifetz Arena

    Chaifetz Arena

    1 S. Compton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-977-5000 You won't leave Chaifetz Arena without overhearing at least one discussion about how to pronounce the name of the 10,000-seat arena on the campus of St. Louis University (for the record, it's Shay-fetz, not Chay-fitz or Kay-feetz). But you don't come here for the name or the SLU connection - it's all about the music, man! Though not quite as massive as the Scottrade Center, Chaifetz has hosted a laundry list of A-list performers, including Lil' Wayne, Vampire Weekend and even Bob Dylan. This is the place for shows that don't require production teams equal to the population of most small Missouri towns. Since most shows at Chaifetz are free or heavily discounted for students, the crowd can be, well, a little less than reverent to the folks on stage, but never mind that. In addition to its musical offerings, Chaifetz also plays host to SLU-approved political figures and speakers on occasion, so just ignore the Bill O'Reilly house ads blazing during intermission. More >>

  • The Chapel

    6238 Alexander Drive Clayton, MO 63105

  • Charlack Pub

    Charlack Pub

    8334 Lackland Road Overland, MO 63114

    The Charlack's not big, but it's not too small, and close to 100 people can fit inside before things get uncomfortable. The small tables are perfect for gathering to watch local bands. The crowd is usually an older one, appreciative of the competitively priced drinks and one of the best open jam sessions in St. Louis. More >>

  • Charlie

    Charlie's Pub & Grill

    2198 First Capitol St. Charles, MO 63301

    Since 1993, Charlie's has been serving area regulars and providing a place for nightly karaoke. Charlie's doesn't have a lot to offer in the way of food (it serves only frozen pizzas), but it has friendly, unpretentious atmosphere in spades. Upstairs, bartenders know every customer's name and drink preference by heart. Downstairs is another bar, a stage area with life-size statues of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and Betty Boop, and a karaoke machine with more than 10,000 songs. Even if the sheer power of your voice is enough to shatter pint glasses at the bar, the staff at Charlie's promises you will never be booed. More >>

  • Chaser

    Chaser's Lounge

    212 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-633-1000 Chasers is nestled in the Chase Park Plaza, right behind the entrance to the movie theater in this beautiful old Central West End hotel complex. It's a tiny hotel bar and somewhat oddly situated, thanks to the teeming thoroughfare through the lobby and in and out of the movies. But there's a good selection of basic spirits here, and at night when live jazz is smoothly wafting from one end of the lounge to the other, everything else seems to melt away. More >>

  • Chesterfield Amphitheater

    Chesterfield Amphitheater

    16365 Lydia Hill Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017

  • Chesterfield Amphitheater

    Chesterfield Amphitheater

    631 Veterans Place Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017

  • Chez Marilyn

    Chez Marilyn

    119 W. Third St. Alton, IL 62002
    618-465-8071 Salon by day and bar by night, Chez Marilyn is a lounge for your inner glamourpuss. Old Hollywood posters deck the walls, and the movie-themed drinks (Casablanca, Bus Stop, Gone with The Wind) are as elegant as Audrey Hepburn at Tiffany's. In lieu of cashews or peanuts, Chez Marilyn offers free self-serve popcorn direct from an air-popping cart while televisions project the movies Marilyn's champions. Adding to the elegance is its outdoor seating area, a patio featuring cobblestones, live acoustic music and all that jazz. More >>

  • Christman Studio

    6014 Kingsbury Ave. St. Louis, MO 63112

  • Cicero


    6691 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-862-0009 Cicero’s in the Loop is a beer lover’s haven. With 55 choices on tap and almost 200 bottles from around the world, Cicero’s considers itself the booze capital of St. Louis. With selections that alternate weekly, you can try just about any beer you’ve ever heard of along with a handful you haven’t. For the budding booze enthusiast, Cicero’s also has an extensive beer school: free weekly classes span over four months either in fall or late winter/early spring, allowing students to try out three or four different selections each week while learning from experts in the industry. And don’t worry, Cicero’s also has a full bar of liquor. The food menu features famous salads and pizzas in addition to pastas, sandwiches and burgers. Cicero’s also has a live music space with frequent performances - all set apart from the rest of restaurant. More >>

  • Cicero's Restaurant & Entertainment Plex

    6691 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63130-4544

  • Cigar Inn Jazz Club

    119 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62220

  • City Art Supply

    3215 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Civil Ape Studios

    Civil Ape Studios

    1560 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63104

    New design collective Civil Ape lends their massive, art-strewn studio space to various local art and music organizations like the St. Louis Arts Project (SLAP) and Chautauqua Art Labs. The Civil Ape crew is heavily involved in the local music scene (founding member Damon Davis is Scripts of Scripts N Screwz) promoting, designing and producing works by local hip hop artists like Nato Caliph and Thelonious Kryptonite. More >>

  • Classics Bar & Grill

    Classics Bar & Grill

    11601 W. Florissant Florissant, MO 63033

    From the checkerboard floor and pool tables to the lively rock n' roll atmosphere, Classics certainly lives up to its name. The kindly owner himself can often be found at the bar, sitting and drinking with townies, swapping war stories and hugging the regulars. Classics proudly boasts championship pool and darts teams, as well as a formidable music lounge affectionately called "The Other Side" which hosts local blues and rock bands. The heated and florid patio will keep you cozy outside, and a menu of American classics (mostly burgers and sandwiches) will keep you cozy inside. More >>

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