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  • Fabrication Arts Center

    1916 Park Ave. St Louis, MO 63104
    314-776-4442

    http://www.fabartscenter.com

  • Failoni

    Failoni's

    6715 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-781-5221

    http://www.failonis.com Since 1916 the Failoni family has been quietly turning out some of the best food in St. Louis inside this pile of bricks along an industrial stretch of Manchester. What food! A soaring lemon garlic chicken, a to-die-for Sicilian salad and a pan-fried chicken dinner on Tuesday nights that's nothing short of wonderful. On Thursday and Friday nights, Alex Jr. breaks out the karaoke machine and croons spot-on Sinatra covers. If you want to take in that show, you'll need to reserve a table in advance -- and prepare to enjoy one of St. Louis' hidden gems. More >>

  • Fairmount Park

    Fairmount Park

    9301 Collinsville Road Collinsville, IL 62234
    314-436-1516

    http://www.fairmountpark.com A decade ago there were more than 200 days of horseracing each year at Fairmount Park. These days there are 60. With the deals the track is trotting out, it's hard to fathom why people aren't flocking to play the ponies. Take Fairmount's Horse Hooky Tuesdays, which promise a full afternoon of thoroughbred racing for the cheap admission price of $1.50. Not only is the crowd more colorful on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. (crusty, cigar-chomping old men and Mexican cowboys, mostly) but with $2 bottles of Coors and 75-cent hot dogs, you can get a belly full of beer and hot food for less than a two-horse exacta box. Of course, if you also play that exacta box, you stand a chance of walking out with more than you came in with. More >>

  • Family Arena

    Family Arena

    2002 Arena Parkway St Charles, MO 63303
    636-896-4200

    http://www.familyarena.com Like most things in sprawling St. Charles, the Family Arena was built in the last fifteen years. It's quickly become the go-to arena for all manner of events, from big name rock n' roll musicians from the Baby Boom era to contemporary country and Christian artists that draw massive crowds. It's fun for the whole family - you'll find childhood luminaries like Thomas and Friends one weekend and a gun show for Pops the next. More >>

  • The Famous Bar

    The Famous Bar

    5213 Chippewa Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-2211

    http://www.thefamousbar.com The drink is the thing at Famous Bar. You may not find the ambitious pre-Prohibition cocktails that everyone and their mother is trying to do these days, but you will find a solid menu of martinis, margs, shots, cocktails and (oh yeah!) kick-ass, multiple-award-winning bloody marys. The Famous Bar is designed for drinking and flirting and laughing and dancing. And by punning on the name of the long-lost department store just a few blocks down the street, the Famous Bar achieves genius. More >>

  • Farotto

    Farotto's Italian Restaurant

    9525 Manchester Road Webster Groves, MO 63119
    314-962-0048

    http://www.farottos.com Farotto's has been serving up St. Louis-style Italian food since 1956. Appetizers include stuffed risotto cakes, bruschetta and, for true St. Louisans, Provel sticks. Farotto's also offers lunch combos, sandwiches, burgers and pasta. The dinner menu expands the offerings with St. Louis-style pizza, more pasta choices and entrées such as pistachio-encrusted salmon, chicken saltimbocca and a stuffed pork chop: twelve ounces of pig stuffed with portabella mushrooms, onions and blue cheese crumbles then topped with apple-walnut chutney. With its extensive list of coffee cocktails, Farotto's makes for a great escape on a chilly night. Particularly noteworthy is its wine bar, which offers a weekday happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. More >>

  • Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie's Bon-Air

    1530 E. Fourth St. Alton, IL 62002
    618-462-5532

    http://www.fasteddiesbonair.com Fast Eddie's may or may not be, as one of its brochures boasts, the "#1 volume bar in the world." Nonetheless, this 80-year-old, 400-seat institution is almost always packed, owing to its serving up filling if not elaborate meals for just a couple of bucks as long as you're willing to buy a drink while you're there and to retrieve your own meal from the counter. The menu has a total of seven items, the most expensive being a beef-tenderloin kebab called a "Big Elwood on a Stick," topping out at a whopping $1.99. A half-pound "Fat Eddie" hamburger is 99 cents, and individual jumbo shrimp are a steal at 29 cents apiece. And don't forget: Only patrons 21 and older are allowed, so leave the kiddos at home. More >>

  • Fazio

    Fazio's Frets & Friends

    15440 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-227-3573

    http://www.faziosmusic.com From a modest start back in 1978, Fazio's Frets and Friends has survived and thrived, growing into a custom-built facility in west county with room for performances, workshops and lessons. While the number of product lines on offer may be a bit fewer than at a chain store, Fazio's sponsors frequent special events aimed at local guitarists and generally offers the sort of service one hopes to receive from a local business. The result is a loyal customer base, including many local pros, that has helped Fazio's keep going while others have fallen by the wayside. More >>

  • Felix

    Felix's

    6335 Clayton Saint Louis, MO 63139
    314-645-6565

    http://www.felixsrestaurant.com This chic Dogtown restaurant and watering hole could easily overwhelm the senses: Everything here - from the décor (muted gray-purple walls clashing with paintings reminiscent of Magic Eye stereograms) to the eclectic crowd, which includes both college students and 40somethings - has a slightly precarious vibe. But it's that playful quirkiness that makes Felix's worth a visit. With a menu of burgers, pizza, quesadillas and "Saint Louis' best ribs," Felix's has good eats and an that ambiance strikes the perfect first-date balance of "casual hang" and "potential romance," but it's also accessible enough to serve as a good jumping-off point for a wild night of bar-hopping. Or, what the heck, maybe Felix's jukebox, which favors the edgier side of the top 40, might inspire patrons to stay put and dance all night. You just never know -- at Felix's, it's always an adventure. More >>

  • The Firebird

    The Firebird

    2706 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-0353

    http://www.firebirdstl.com It's dark. It's hotter than Satan's girlfriend. The low ceiling means all the heat being generated by the crowd is rising -- only to fall and suffocate unwitting and terribly sweaty concert-goers. But there's something primal and viscerally satisfying about paying to stand and sweat among the crush of bodies while your favorite indie band or local rockers obliterate the stage. If you're looking for a club that is based on atmosphere or ambiance, you might need to look elsewhere. But if it's music you're after, whether it's punk, rock, metal or something completely different, the Firebird is your new best friend. Having hosted everyone from the Dead Milkmen and Swans to Big Freedia and Best Coast, the Firebird is a lively and open-minded host to an show-going experience to be remembered. More >>

  • First Baptist Church

    201 S. Moreland Road Bethalto, IL 62010
    618-377-6472

  • First Unity Church

    4753 Butler Crossing Court St Louis, MO 63128
    636-447-7569

  • 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. More >>

  • Floating Laboratories

    Floating Laboratories

    4528 Ohio St. St. Louis, MO 63111

    http://www.floatinglaboratories.com Since its establishment in June 2009, Floating Laboratories has emerged as one of the premier St. Louis venues for outsider/underground music. Built into the bluffs along the Mississippi River, it offers a secluded, nurturing sanctuary for experimental troubadours, analog synthesis and art installation. Originally designed as a studio for founder Kevin Harris, the venue has evolved into a concert space showcasing acts ranging from free jazz thrashers Tiger Hatchery to Fluxus wonder Crank Sturgeon to ambient demigod Rene Hell. Blessed with beautiful acoustics fortified by vast colorful walls, the space is a treat for sound designers and listeners alike. In contrast to other venues, Floating Laboratories is enriched with an atmosphere; performers get beguiling views of the Mississippi, complete with tugboats in the distance and the occasional full moon. Whether it's art school professors, curious twentysomethings or avant-garde enthusiasts, the crowds return to satisfy their need for sonic identity and transcendental sound. More >>

  • Foam Coffee & Beer

    Foam Coffee & Beer

    3359 Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-2100

    http://www.facebook.com/FoamCoffeeandBeer?ref=ts Foam's spacious shop on Cherokee provides plenty of space to spread out, either for a long night of studying, or perhaps drinking over some choice entertainment in an intimate atmosphere. Nightly performances include everything from local and touring bands of all kinds to open mic night and live comedy. Belly up to Foam's counter for a coffee, tea, beer or cocktail, or get the best of both worlds with the house specialty "Kosmo" made with Kamora coffee liquer, vodka, espresso and cream over ice. Snacks include fresh baked cookies and mini pizzas, but whether or not you're hungry, make sure you come thirsty. More >>

  • The Focal Point

    The Focal Point

    2720 Sutton Blvd Saint Louis, MO 63143
    314-560-2778

    http://www.thefocalpoint.org This cozy spot in Maplewood's arts district features theater-style seating and an elevated stage where the crème de la crème of traditional music perform regularly. The Focal Point primarily offers grass-fed pure folk, as well as the time-honored sounds of Celtic, Cajun, blues and Americana curated by a volunteer-driven old-time music consortium. The Focal Point also offers open mics and songwriter showcases on the regular. You won't hear traditional Spanish canciones, but the Focal Point is Siamese twins with Maya Cafe, so you don't have even have to leave the building to enjoy dinner and a show. More >>

  • Forest Park

    Forest Park

    World's Fair Pavilion St. Louis, MO 63112

    Some people will tell you the 1904 World's Fair was the last great thing to happen to St. Louis. But it was the profits from that international expo that built the World's Fair Pavilion — in 1909. Perched high atop Government Hill, the World's Fair Pavilion is just one gem within Forest Park. Other popular sites and attractions include the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum, Art Hill, Norman K. Probstein Community Golf Course, Missouri History Museum, the Muny, Saint Louis Science Center, the Jewel Box and much more. More >>

  • Forever Legends

    2204 Fosterberd Road Alton, IL 62002
    618-433-9043

  • The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    The Fox Hole (in Atomic Cowboy)

    4140 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-775-0775

    http://www.atomiccowboystl.com The Fox Hole is attached to the booming and eclectic Grove nightspot Atomic Cowboy, and brings a gritty rock club vibe to the complex's mélange of entertainment and spirits. See the occasional touring act in the blacked-out Fox Hole, feast your eyes on a bevy of burlesque beauties who perform regularly in this intimate space, or let your ears feast on the stylings of some of the best local bands - from punk to rock to hip hop and everything in-between. More >>

  • The Fox Theatre

    The Fox Theatre

    527 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1111

    http://www.fabulousfox.com The Fox Theatre deserves every bit of its "fabulous" reputation - it's a cathedral for the arts, and any seat in the house is prime for worship. The exquisite ceilings and ornate Siamese Byzantine decor alone will impress even the most jaded concert-goers, and its grandiose fabulousity is often mentioned by the performers who grace its illustrious stage. The grand theater, with its spiraling staircases and tiered seating, is the perfect host to both Broadway spectaculars and big-name musical acts. More >>

  • Frailey

    Frailey's Pub & Grill

    15850 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-227-2622

    http://www.fraileyspubandgrill.com Located in an Ellisville strip mall on Manchester Road near Kiefer Creek Road, Frailey's Pub and Grill in west county serves up American pub food in a laid-back atmosphere. Starters include jumbo chicken wings, fried pickles and waffle fries loaded with cheese, bacon and sour cream. Frailey's selection of sandwiches and wraps feature a fried or blackened grouper fillet, a chicken club on ciabatta and a taco wrap with ground beef, cheddar, tomatoes, lettuce, sour cream and tortilla chips, and all come with a choice of sides such as chips, fries, waffle fries or onion rings. Entrées at the pub include burgers, chicken, steaks and brick-oven pizzas. Frailey's also offers a selection of lunch specials during the week. More >>

  • The Franklin Room

    816 Allen Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-664-7706

  • Fred

    Fred's 6 Foot Under

    5510 Virginia Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-4500

    Fred's Six Foot Under has the feel of a private club, albeit one where you enter through the kitchen of the restaurant upstairs, the mystery of food preparation garishly laid out under fluorescent lights. But there's nothing garish about the confines below: It's a musical oasis where cramped quarters make for fast friends. The Chippewa Chapel Open Mic night every Thursday is almost, but not quite, as legendary as the bar's namesake and affable bartender, Fred Friction. Iron Barley lent him its basement after Friction's bar Frederick's Music Lounge closed in 2006, and the rest is history. The teeny room only holds 30 people amid its collection of mid-century flair and pop-meets-folk art, but a small sign above the stage reads "Chapel," letting you know you've found the perfect synthesis of unlikely characters, awesome tunes and booze - a sacred combination. More >>

  • Fridays South

    624 S. Illinois St. Belleville, IL 62220
    618-233-1724

    http://www.myspace.com/fridays_south

  • Fubar

    Fubar

    3108 Locust St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-9050

    http://www.fubarstl.com If you're looking for metal or punk in the area, Fubar is self-described "everything louder than everything else." Housed in the renovated former Olive Motor Company building, Fubar is owned and managed by Bob Fancher, who did time for more than a decade at the Creepy Crawl. Fresh coats of paint, digital jukeboxes, two bars and a music equipment supply corner provide a great atmosphere for this loud-as-bombs rock venue. Somehow they were able to score Black Flag recently, if that tells you anything about the staff's awesome taste. Fubar is split into two equally sized, larger rooms; on the right lays the venue, and the left, the lounge. One can expect the best local and regional rock bands, cheap drink specials and some good-natured hazing from the bartenders at this midtown watering hole. More >>

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