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  • E.L. Flanagan's

    2635 Plaza Drive Highland, IL 62249

  • Eddie's Bar and Grill

    2900 Nameoki Road Granite City, IL 62040

  • The Edge

    The Edge

    701 S. Belt W. Belleville, IL 62220

  • Edward Jones Dome

    701 Convention Plaza St. St. Louis, MO 63101

  • El Lenador

    El Lenador

    3124 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-2222 This hidden gem recently made the switch from banquet hall to bar and restaurant. The culture clash is immediately evident: Stained glass windows feature decidedly Germanic imps clutching beer steins, yet the name of the place is Spanish for "The Woodcutter." Walking into the bar, you may immediately start looking for one of two infamous TV characters, Special Agent Dale Cooper or Doctor Who -- did you time travel, or just walk into David Lynch's wet dream? The answer is, sort of both. The interior is an amber-preserved homage to the German Brewhaus of decades past: A hand-painted mural of the Black Forest and low-hanging chandeliers decorate the restaurant side, while kitschy petrified wood adorns the dim bar. Mexican food in an old German bar, and nary a German bier in sight? Si, bitte! More >>

  • El Maguey-South County

    S. Lindbergh Blvd. & Baptist Church Road South St. Louis County, MO 63128

  • Eleven Mile House

    Eleven Mile House

    10332 Manchester Road Kirkwood, MO 63122
    314-821-6033 When ancient St. Louis travelers of some hundred years ago headed west, there were few MoDOT signs to guide them along the way. Enter the mile houses, buildings roughly so many miles from the Old Courthouse. At Manchester Road and Woodlawn Avenue in Kirkwood, travelers will find themselves roughly eleven miles, as the horse trots, from downtown. They will also find a spacious dining room with retro décor and a large menu filled with hearty fare, including several different steak, chicken, fish and pasta options. The menu at Eleven Mile House also includes a sundry list of burgers and sandwiches, including the Kirkwood burger, covered in cheesy rarebit and bacon, and the Eleven Mile House sandwich, a croissant filled with smoked turkey, roast beef, bacon, Provel, lettuce and tomato. Add a good beer selection and live music on Saturday nights, and it's easy to see why 11 Mile House has stood the test of time. More >>

  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church

    9 S. Bompart St. Louis, MO 63119

  • Empire Hall

    Empire Hall

    3407 California Ave St. Louis, MO 63118 Located in the Cherokee Arts District, Empire Hall serves as one of the area's most diverse event spaces. From weddings, birthdays and philanthropic functions to music festivals including Pü Fest, the venue can cater to several needs. It hosts a capacity of 300 with a loft space, a double bar and a basement that serves as an underground event space. More >>

  • The Engine Room at Ferraro

    The Engine Room at Ferraro's

    7700 Ivory Ave St. Louis, MO 63111

  • Espenschied Chapel

    317 County Road Mascoutah, IL 62224

  • Ethyl

    Ethyl's Smokehouse & Saloon

    8505 Veterans Memorial Parkway O'Fallon, MO 63366
    636-978-7755 Beyond celebrating its structures long history (part of it is from the 1920s when it was the Wildwood Saloon), Ethyl's also celebrates smoked goodness. After starting off with an app such as T-ravs or Buffalo wings, diners can either choose from the large sandwich menu - brisket, French dip and a Philly cheesesteak are among the options - or focus on the smoker. Entrees highlighting the smoker include smoked catfish, smoked ribs, smoked chicken and the smoked meat platter, which includes St. Louis-style ribs, smoked brisket and pork. More >>

  • Exo Restaurant & Lounge

    Exo Restaurant & Lounge

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