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  • H. Toad's Bar and Grill

    2359 Bittersweet Road Lake Ozark, MO 65049
    573-365-5620

    http://www.camdenonthelake.com/Dining-Horny-Toads.aspx

  • Hair of the Dog

    Hair of the Dog

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

    http://www.myspace.com/hotdpub 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. More >>

  • Halfway Haus

    Halfway Haus

    7900 Michigan Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-256-0101

    http://www.facebook.com/thehalfwayhaus Halfway Haus is a new bar and venue in the historic South Carondelet neighborhood. The bar is so named because it's at the midpoint between the owners' other properties, The Patch Tavern and the Temtor. Halfway Haus has Magic Hat, Pabst and the obligatory Schlafly on tap, as well as a wine list curated by A. Bommarito Wines. There's no kitchen on site, but they'll let you order food in from nearby Kim's Pizza. The long room is pretty spare, but the place comes alive when the bands, duos and solo acoustic acts get a-strummin'. If the evening is fine, the bartender will throw open the garage door that separates the bar area from the patio. More >>

  • Halo Bar

    Halo Bar

    6161 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-726-1414

    http://www.thepageant.com/halobar/ This Loop bar's greatest asset is that it's inside the Pageant -- making Halo Bar a guaranteed hot spot for afterparties (and for local DJs, who entertain would-be concertgoers who couldn't get tickets). Performances by some of the city's best local bands immediately following Pageant shows have become a big attraction, and a long, well-stocked bar means that nights here often go strong right up until the 3 a.m. closing time. Halo Bar is only open Wednesday through Saturday nights, plus nights when the Pageant has a show. There's plenty of seating for large groups, so don't hesitate to bring a friend or twelve. More >>

  • Hammerstone

    Hammerstone's

    2028 S. 9th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-773-5565

    http://www.hammerstones.net A Soulard bar with more Irish heritage than French, Hammerstone's has a long, beautifully stocked bar with more spirit than a junior-varsity pep rally. Live music fills the room seven nights a week and twice daily on the weekends, and a comfortable outdoor patio allows the festivities to spill outside, even in the winter when the area is tented and heated. (Bonus: The patio is dog friendly.) Hammerstone's offers a large menu of bar-food standards, including burgers, quesadillas, wings and sandwiches. On the weekends, they'll even serve you breakfast. More >>

  • HandleBar

    HandleBar

    4127 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-652-2212

    http://www.handlebarstl.com Once the odd new kid on the block, HandleBar has now established itself as an anchor, becoming a friendly and successful neighbor to Atomic Cowboy. At first the bar seemed sort of doomed. Its bike-friendly-plus-we-have-pierogies mystique was slightly alarming, even more so because it occupies a space that has changed hands and names several times -- but its spunky appeal prevails. The patrons come in droves nightly, be it for long-running parties like That 80's Club and London Calling, post-FBC blowouts or just a chill night on the patio. More >>

  • Handlebars

    Handlebars

    1149 N. Highway 67 Florissant, MO 63031

    Not to be confused with Tower Grove's The Handlebar (singular), which caters to bicycle types, Handlebars (plural) is a North County biker bar catering to rough-and-tumble motorcycle types. To give an idea, I was threatened and then bought a shot within 5 minutes of entrance, both by the same patron. Don't get me wrong, Handlebars is an inviting atmosphere (that patron wasn't the only to buy me a drink) with specials nearly every night of the week. Monday nights feature free pool, Tuesday is Trivia Night with an array of prizes to be won, Wednesday features "drunken bingo", on Thursdays the drinks are two-for-one, and on the weekends they pack the house with live bands and a red light special wherein the thirsty masses are given 5 minutes for free shots when a wall-mounted siren sounds. With sports on the four TVs that line the walls, Silver Tee, pools tables and darts, Handlebars is a sure-fire spot for a good time. More >>

  • Hannegan

    Hannegan's

    719 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-241-8877

    http://www.hannegansrestaurant.com Hannegan's, located on historic Laclede's Landing, offers tourists and locals alike a broad range of menu options to satisfy their hunger. Diners can snuggle into one of Hannegan's leather booths and start off with one of a variety of appetizers, such as goat-cheese bruschetta or barbecued cracklings (yep, they serve pork rinds). For the main course, Hannegan's offers an ample selection of sandwiches, burgers and pastas. Dinner entrees include chicken pot pie and surf and turf. Hannegan's also has extensive wine and beer lists. More >>

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    1820 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-621-7625

    http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/st-louis/ St. Louis' version of the popular tourist and music-fan destination Hard Rock Café sits in downtown's Union Station. The restaurant's décor stays true to its brethren - memorabilia covers the walls, with information posted for each item. Highlights include one of Diana Ross' dresses and a Bo Diddley guitar. After guests take some time to peruse the many rock artifacts, they can digest the extensive menu. Hard Rock Café's selections include typical American fare - nachos, wings and quesadillas for appetizers, and sandwiches, steaks and a hefty burger menu for the main course. More >>

  • Harpo

    Harpo's Chesterfield

    136 Hilltown Village Chesterfield, MO 63017
    636-537-1970

    http://www.harposstl.com

  • Harry

    Harry's

    2144 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-421-6969

    http://www.harrysrestaurantandbar.com Harry's offers world-class picture-postcard views out the windows and some equally world-class scenes on the plate. The kitchen tosses in luxury ingredients such as saffron, foie gras and sevruga caviar for a top-of-the-line menu. Its cozy bar, cathedral-ceilinged dining room and back-room atrium (which features local jazz and rock bands) makes it a popular hangout for young professionals and couples out on the town. And though Harry's is open year-round, its summertime patio takes the cake. Larger than the indoor space, with a giant stage to host musical acts and an incredible view of Union Station, there is no better place to sip a Salty Dog. More >>

  • Hartford Coffee Company

    Hartford Coffee Company

    3974 Hartford St. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-771-5282

    http://www.hartfordcoffeecompany.net This is the definition of a neighborhood coffee shop -- it's actually an old south-city duplex on Hartford Street. The coffee is topnotch and fair trade, boasting organic blends from Bolivia, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, New Guinea, Brazil, Peru and Ethiopia. They even use a process called fluid bed air roasting...we're not exactly sure what that means, but we like the results. But Hartford Coffee Company is more than a place to grab a cup of joe -- sit down, have a conversation, read a book. There's a whole section filled with children's books and games, and there are electrical outlets at each table so you can plug in and get some work done. On Friday evenings you can walk in for an open-mic night, while Saturdays bring stellar local acts. More >>

  • Harvester Christian Church

    2950 Kings Crossing St. Charles, MO 63303
    636-928-7651

  • Hazelwood Bowl

    Hazelwood Bowl

    210 Fee Fee Hills Road Hazelwood, MO 63042-2601
    314-731-1891

    Located just off Lindbergh Boulevard, Hazelwood Bowl might be the only alley in town worth getting dressed up for. Not because there’s any sort of dress code, but because the place feels so damn classy. The retro styling begins outside with new signage, and the 24 lanes themselves are adorned with a muted turquoise and choral color scheme straight out of Rat Pack-era Las Vegas. Meanwhile, the bar feels more like a quality brewpub than a grimy bowling alley bar. The food is typical with sandwiches and appetizers, but the house-made pizzas are a point of pride for the staff — no frozen pies here. Shoe rental is $2.50 and a game costs $2.50 before 5 p.m. and $3.00 after, or on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights after 9 p.m., $10 gets you unlimited bowling with shoe rental included. League play takes place Sunday and Monday nights, and Wednesday mornings. More >>

  • Heartbreakers

    700 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-707-7049

    http://www.heartbreakersrnrsaloon.com

  • The Heavy Anchor

    The Heavy Anchor

    5226 Gravois Ave. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-352-5226

    http://www.theheavyanchor.com Known for its penchant to host a rowdy concert or two, The Heavy Anchor is part music venue, part watering hole. A thick wall divides the two halves, so the uninterested can drink in peace or join the fray of wild heathens on the music side. The bartenders serve cocktails in Mason jars, Heavy Anchor pins to festive-up that tatty punk jacket, and, just in case your Franzia problem is so out of control that you need a fix even in full view of strangers, boxed wine. The venue itself features a mid-level stage and a full-size sound booth, but it's the kind of place where bands feel comfortable enough to skip the stage and perform on the floor should they so desire. Nautical decor stretches from wall to wall with oceanic artifacts and vibrant paintings including a glaring narwhal and a friendly blue octopus toppling a cityscape with its tentacles. Located near Bevo Mill, The Heavy Anchor is a prime spot for shuffleboard playing with a regulation board and plenty of seating. Additionally weekly festivities include the likes of movie nights and trivia. You'll find local brews on tap, as well as such hometown munchies as Dogtown pizza, Billy Goat chips and Gus' pretzels. More >>

  • The Heavy Anchor

    5226 Gravois Ave. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-352-5226

  • Helen Fitzgerald

    Helen Fitzgerald's

    3650 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Sunset Hills, MO 63127
    314-984-0026

    http://www.helenfitzgeralds.us Helen Fitzgerald's is a restaurant/bar/club chameleon: The nature of the venue depends on when you go. Located on Lindbergh Boulevard just south of Watson Road in south county, the large Irish pub features daily food and drink specials, live music and an energetic atmosphere. The menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, salads, pizzas, entrées and desserts. Diners can start their meal with beer-battered Monterey jack cheese sticks, veggie spring rolls or some of the crispy, spicy wings from Helen Fitzgerald's downtown sister restaurant, Syberg's on Market. The entrée and sandwich menu features such regular pub fare as corned beef and cabbage and Irish beef stew as well as a long list of burgers. In addition to the food, the pub serves up live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Local bands play everything from hair metal to Janet Jackson covers. More >>

  • Here

    Here's Johnny's Bar & Grill

    1322 Sunburst Drive O'Fallon, MO 63366
    636-474-1322

    http://www.heresjohnnys.com Whether you're a fan of The Tonight Show or The Shining, Here's Johnny's is a bar you'll love. James Dean and Marilyn deck the walls, while the bar design mimics Mel's Diner. On Mondays, Here's Johnny's plays classic movies on its large-screen TV all day long, while Wednesday nights harken back to the golden days with 50-cent drafts. From the six poker tables to the billiards to the jukebox and live local rock bands every weekend, Here's Johnny's is a venue for pure entertainment. More >>

  • Hessler

    Hessler's Pub & Grill

    11804 Tesson Ferry Road South St. Louis County, MO 63128
    314-842-4050

    http://www.hesslerspubandgrill.com You don't have to be a Lindbergh High grad to enjoy Hessler's in South County, but it doesn't hurt. The popular reunion spot serves up typical pub grub - T-ravs, burgers, salads, St. Louis-style pizza and wings, which include the choice of either Buffalo, teriyaki, sweet barbecue or honey mustard sauce. Thirsty diners can wash it all down with a pitcher of beer. More >>

  • The Hett

    701 College Road Lebanon, IL 62254
    618-537-6863

  • Hideaway Restaurant & Lounge

    Hideaway Restaurant & Lounge

    5900 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-645-8822

    The Hideaway lives up to its name. Tucked away just off the corner of Hampton and Arsenal in south city, the low-lit piano bar is brimming with a nostalgic glow and anonymous charm. Patrons young and old alike can enjoy a chest warming cocktail on a brisk winter evening and soak in the ambiance as lounge singers croon melodramatic melodies while twinkling the ivories. More >>

  • Historic Crossroads

    2201 S. 7th St. Louis, MO 63104

    http://www.soulardcrossroads.com

  • Hollywood Casino-VooDoo Café & Lounge

    777 Casino Center Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-770-7700

    http://www.harrahsstlouis.com If a cruise ship crashed into an electronics store, you'd have something similar to the VooDoo Lounge at Hollywood Casino. Up front, there's a full bar flanked by giant, fiber-optic televisions, while on top of the bar is yet another giant screen and -- the stage? Yes, in a confusing (yet delightful) turn, musical acts perform on top of the bar, making them visibly accessible to both the floor and the balcony's cozy half-moon booths. And even if you're caught in the rear of the venue, mini-screens at the tables televise the onstage happenings. Such a lush, colorful and unique atmosphere makes the VooDoo an ideal place to catch your favorite local and national acts. More >>

  • Holmes Lounge

    Washington University Clayton, MO 63105
    314-935-5000

    Built like a beautiful old ballroom -- engraved ceiling and all -- the Holmes Lounge functions as a Wash. U. study hall and cafeteria by day. By night the room is home to many performances by the university's jazz and big bands and hosts the weekly "Jazz at Holmes" series each Thursday. More >>

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