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  • Da Elite Lounge

    100 Main St. St. Peters, MO 63376
    314-919-6062

  • Danno

    Danno's American Pub

    7895 Watson Road Shrewsbury, MO 63119
    314-395-3000

    Danno's American Pub is a bit off the beaten path for the average city-bound 'hood rat, but it's also a good reminder why venturing out of the city is a worthwhile exercise. Danno's is exactly what you expect from a classic American bar, except this one is tended by an adventurous mixologist, not just someone who knows what goes in a cranberry-vodka. Danno's casual atmosphere and comfy club chairs lend a relaxed air that facilitates anonymity -- something that's hard to come by in the big small town that is St. Louis proper. More >>

  • Dano's Hillbilly Heaven

    111 E. 1st St. Wright City, MO 63390
    636-745-8020

  • Dante

    Dante's

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

    http://www.dantesstl.com

  • Dawg House

    213 Broadway St. Elsberry, MO 63343
    573-898-2707

  • Demo

    Space 264 NW Plaza St. Ann, MO 63074

  • The Demo

    The Demo

    4144 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-3366

    http://www.thedemostl.com From the great minds that manage the Firebird and Lola comes the reincarnation of the concert space attached to Atomic Cowboy, The Demo. The small room with a tall stage, full sound system and multi-colored lights provides an intimate setting for local and touring acts to showcase their sounds. Genres on display include but are not limited to EDM, soul, throwback hip-hop, indie, punk and noisier stuff, and a full bar lays low in the back corner to keep show goers hydrated. More >>

  • Dog Prairie Tavern

    2348 St. Paul Road Saint Charles, MO 63366
    636-281-1800

    http://www.stpauldogprairie.com

  • Domain Street Wine Bar

    Domain Street Wine Bar

    3253 Rue Royale St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-916-2092

    http://www.domainstreetwinebar.com The Domain Street Wine Bar is a fairly new bar to a fairly new part of town. Open just over a year in St. Charles' New Town area, the Wine Bar has an upscale loft feel, along with a list of more than 75 wines, beer, martinis, and food like cheese platters and humus. Its signature drink is an Almond Joy martini, made with coconut vodka, Creme de Cacao, Amarula and Frangelico. On Monday and Tuesday, the Wine Bar offers half-off wine bottles, with karaoke nights and live music alternating most nights Wednesday through Saturday. The Wine Bar also hosts events such as prom night, where patrons come decked out in their prom dresses and tuxedos and dance to a DJ spinning all the hits from Ke$ha to "Don't Stop Believin'." More >>

  • Donzo's Lounge, Inc.

    8 E. Ferguson Ave. Wood River, IL 62095
    618-254-6615

  • Dorsett Inn

    Dorsett Inn

    12068 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-692-0005

    http://www.riverfronttimes.com/locations/dorsett-inn-21814/ Just east of Highway 270 in north county is a place where the drinks are cheap, the low ceilings and green-carpeted décor recall your neighbor's basement, and (oh yeah) the waitresses wear nothing but lingerie, even during daylight hours. Cozy yet spacious enough to hold pool tables, shuffleboard, a stage and a dance floor, it's unsurprising that the happy hour crowd lingers near the scantily-clad bartenders -- clean new patio be damned. More >>

  • Dressel

    Dressel's

    419 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-1060

    http://www.dresselspublichouse.com Dressel’s is a St. Louis institution, the Platonic ideal of a Welsh pub and one of the very best spots in town for a pint of good beer and cultured conversation. Which makes the trick that owner Ben Dressel and chef Michael Miller have pulled all the more impressive: Without robbing Dressel’s of any of its charms, they have elevated its food to among the best in town. The dishes are unfussy but elegant and deeply flavored. Recent standouts have included trout over a celery-root purée, chicken paired with a classic panzanella bread salad and deviled eggs flavored with ham hock and wasabi. Never fear: Dressel’s pub essentials (the burger, the chips and rarebit) are still available, and still as delicious as ever. More >>

  • The Drunken Fish

    The Drunken Fish

    639 Westport Plaza St Louis, MO 63146
    314-275-8300

    http://www.drunkenfish.com Audacious sushi creations in a mod lounge setting: The Drunken Fish is like one giant experiment to see just how sexy raw fish (and other Japanese food styles) can go. The house rolls throw together everything but the sushi mat: crab meat, radish sprouts, scallions, carrots, eel sauce, avocado, baked scallops, asparagus, tempura, mayonnaise -- and, oh yeah, sometimes rice too. Simpler preparations excel here, like the clean tuna tataki and steak teriyaki, the tempura vegetables and the ice cream-based desserts. As St. Louis' latest stab at a bona fide sushi lounge, the Drunken Fish may prove the start of a whole new dining trend. See listing for second location under "Midtown/West End." More >>

  • The Drunken Fish-Central West End

    The Drunken Fish-Central West End

    1 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4222

    http://www.drunkenfish.com Trendy Central West End spot Drunken Fish, brainchild of Munsok So, brings sushi with a club twist. New-style sashimi offerings include red snapper carpaccio and yellowtail Mexicano, which adds jalapeño pico de gallo and ponzu sauce to the mix. Sake cocktails provide a buzz to go with the fish. This posh sushi lounge also features national and local DJs spinning techno, house and jungle every night. The West Port spot has more of a restaurant feel than the clubbier Central West End location, but no matter which Drunken Fish you choose, make sure your wallet is loaded More >>

  • Dylan

    Dylan's Sports Bar & Grill

    675 Jeffco Blvd. Arnold, MO 63010
    636-296-3831

    http://www.dylanssportsbar.com With karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights, Dylan's gets so packed, it's almost hard to maneuver around all the elated people in the room. Although throughout the week Dylan's sees a variety of different people, the weekends belong to tipsy twenty-somethings screaming along to N'Sync's "Bye Bye Bye." Even when it's crowded, Dylan's has a friendly, welcoming vibe; the staff seems to enjoy being here people-watching just as much as their patrons. Dylan's offers 22 brands of beer and happy hour on weekdays from 4-7 p.m., with cheap appetizers and buckets of beer for $13.50. Because there is a separate non-smoking section attached to the main room, Dylan's is continuing to allow smoking, even with the county's new ban. More >>

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