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  • J.P.

    J.P.'s Corner Bar

    11890 Gravois Saint Louis, MO 63127
    314-842-1996

    http://www.jpscornerstl.com Although it's on the corner of a strip mall, J.P.'s maintains the comforting grit of your favorite back-alley dive. The space is vast, with tons of seating and a good-size stage Three full-size pool tables host billiard tourneys, while other gamers can enjoy darts, video games and Megatouch. Daily happy hour features cheap drinks and free food to boot. More >>

  • Jack's Iron Horse Bar & Grill

    12950 St. Charles Rock Road Bridgeton, MO 63044
    314-209-1280

    http://www.jacksironhorse.com

  • Jamm-In

    4653 Gravois Road Cedar Hill, MO 63016
    636-375-3400

  • Janae

    Janae's West

    7555 Olive Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-862-7002

  • Jazz at the Bistro

    Jazz at the Bistro

    3536 Washington Ave St Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-4030

    http://www.jazzstl.org/jazz-at-the-bistro/ Jazz at the Bistro is the main performance venue for the nonprofit Jazz St. Louis, but it's also a classic jazz club that frequently appears on lists of the best of its type in the country. A low-key, medium-size room where you can literally dine with the performers, the Bistro features multiple night stands by some of the hottest names in instrumental and vocal jazz -- and complements the music with a delicious menu and a tempting wine list. Performers rave about the good acoustics; patrons will be pleased with the equally good sightlines. More >>

  • Jazz on Broadway

    554 E. Broadway Alton, IL 62002
    618-465-JAZZ

  • Jefferson Avenue Bistro

    Jefferson Avenue Bistro

    3701 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-9200

    http://www.jeffersonbistro.com Located just north of Chippewa Street in south city, Jefferson Avenue Bistro caters to the bar crowd and anyone looking for a cheap, quick bite to eat. There's plenty of seating inside and a small front patio for warm-weather days. For breakfast, Jefferson Avenue Bistro serves up the staples: omelets, pancakes, and eggs. Lunch and dinner bring pizza, burritos, sandwiches and burgers, including a Mexican burger featuring onions, cheese, jalapeños, peppers, crushed red pepper, salsa and sour cream. More >>

  • Jefferson Barracks Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

    345 N Rd St. Louis, MO 63125

  • Jefferson Warehouse

    Jefferson Warehouse

    2501 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-368-8669

    http://www.jeffersonwarehouse.com The Jefferson Warehouse is a newer addition to Fox Park on (wait for it) Jefferson Avenue. The venue, art gallery and bar features live music Tuesday through Saturday, with a range of acts from experimental post-punk to the mellowest acoustic folk. Owner Tony LaBarbera has offered his club to any local artists, whether they're newbies looking to cut their teeth in St. Louis' booming music scene or established acts needing new inspiration. There's a limited menu of concession fare, including hot dogs and nachos, so sit back and enjoy the show. More >>

  • Jimmy

    Jimmy's Café on the Park

    706 De Mun Ave. Clayton, MO 63105
    314-725-8585

    http://www.jimmyscafe.com For nine years Jimmy's has served the tiny business district along DeMun with lunches, brunches and dinners. Now an adjacent bistro room offers a funkier feel and a light, streamlined menu of appetizers, salads, and grilled pizzas. Meanwhile, the café keeps on with its country-club look and ample selection of entrées. Two flash-fried starters -- the spinach, and fettuccine sticks -- continue to put smiles on diners' faces, and tenderloin Anthony (an eight-ounce cut topped with Gorgonzola, Brie and grilled shrimp) is an admirable study in excess. Desserts, though by no means daring, are delicious. More >>

  • JJ

    JJ's Clubhouse

    3858 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-535-4100

    http://www.jjsclubhouse.com/index.htm Tucked away in a dimly lit building under a highway close to the Grove strip, JJ's Clubhouse has the feel of a hideout -- or at least an insiders' secret playland. The city's resident all-gay male "bear leather" bar offers pool, popcorn and pinball, and the friendly bartenders, adorned in strapping bondage vests, are always happy to pour their specialty shot of "Kactus Juice." Special weekly events include dart night and butch night, in which patrons come dressed in their best. Who knows? You could get lucky and stumble into JJ's during their annual HiBearNation convention, in which the downstairs dance floor is flooded with cheery Bears from all across the nation. If that statement incites fear, JJ's might not be the place for you. JJ's is a friendly bar for males with an open mind, and if you're up for that, it guarantees a gay old time. More >>

  • Joanie

    Joanie's Pizzeria

    2101 Menard St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-1994

    http://www.joaniespizzeria.com Joanie's Pizzeria serves up a variety of Italian options. Appetizers include T-ravs -- available with meat or spinach-artichoke, pizzas with thin, thick or double crust, and a large sandwich menu, which includes standard deli sandwiches and specialties (the Soulard muffalata, for example, contains Genoa salami, Bavarian ham, mozzarella, roasted peppers and antipasto relish). After their meal, sports fans can catch the free shuttle to Cards and Rams games. During nice weather, the large patio opens. More >>

  • Joe

    Joe's Cafe

    6014 Kingsbury Ave St. Louis, MO 63112

    For an experience like any other, keep your eyes peeled for concerts that pop up at Joe's Cafe. Only open occasionally for special events, the unique space features an amalgam of vintage signage, trinkets and an small intimate stage surrounded by small tables. Climb up a ladder to find yourself watching the show from a birdseye balcony view, and retreat to the corner bar for a drink. Before and after the event, wander the backyard to find sculptures and a maze of welded amazements to explore. More >>

  • Joe

    Joe's Pub

    490 Rue Saint Francois Florissant, MO 63031
    314-921-6865

    Snuggled in the quaint French-inflected suburb of Old Town Florissant, Joe's Pub is a place with its *coeur* on its sleeve. This bar is teeming with a friendly crowd that's equal parts college students, sports fanatics and motorcycle enthusiasts. Joe's has an unusual level of extroversion: A surprising number of its regulars are thrilled to strike up a chat with newcomers. If you love beer-pong tournaments, conversations about upgrading your Harley and raucous karaoke -- and you don't mind wall-to-wall smoke -- Joe's has a cold one and some warm friends waiting for you. More >>

  • John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center

    1964 Prairie Dell Road Union, MO 63084
    636-583-5193

    http://www.eastcentral.edu

  • John P. Field

    John P. Field's

    26 N. Central Ave. Clayton, MO 63105
    314-862-1886

    http://www.jpfields.com John P. Fields matches its bar atmosphere with a menu of pub grub. Options include gravy cheese fries, potato skins and fried pickles. There's also a "mini" menu with mini burgers (a.k.a. sliders) and mini chili dogs. Heartier meals include burgers, sandwiches and wraps. More >>

  • Johnny Gitto

    Johnny Gitto's

    6997 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-781-8111

    http://www.charliegittos.com The Gitto family name in St. Louis is synonymous with Italian food. Please note, however, that Johnny's is a jewel of a different cut from Charlie's. The menu features familiar Italian food, including salads, pastas, pizza, and risotto, but this River Des Peres outpost is better known for late night libations and wall-to-wall crowds. At around 10 p.m., Johnny Gitto's turns into one of those curious institutions that we call “a 3 a.m.” Those showing up after midnight will find loud music, and St. Louisians of all stripes vying for their chance to shine on the karaoke stage. Designated driver beware: Johnny's does have parking, but as the night wears on, finding a spot is tricky indeed. More >>

  • Johnny's Sidebar

    109 E. Main St. Collinsville, IL 62234
    618-343-4409

  • Joujin'

    7321 S. Lindbergh Blvd. South St. Louis County, MO 63129
    314-845-3060

    http://www.joujin.com

  • Judy

    Judy's Velvet Lounge

    777 River City Casino Blvd. Lemay, MO 63125
    314-388-7777

    http://www.rivercity.com The "velvet lounge" part of Judy's Velvet Lounge is no understatement: The lush, colorful fabric covers everything from the ceiling to the bar. More cabaret than tavern, this oasis in the middle of River City Casino is one of only two bars inside the actual casino area. It's the perfect place for weary gamblers to take a break and enjoy their drinks in comfy, velvet-wrapped (of course!) swivel chairs. Large TVs line the walls, while one huge screen hangs down in front of the stage, making it almost impossible to miss that big game. Entertainment (including St. Louis favorites Well Hungarians, Big Bad VooDoo Daddy and various DJs) performs weekends on the oversized stage at the back of the large circular room. The circular theme plays out throughout the space, including the mirror in the middle of the ceiling and the massive chandelier above the entrance, giving the space a unified and luxurious feel. The all-white, well-lit bar stretches across almost the entire length of the second level above the stage/dance floor area, attracting video poker enthusiasts who like to have it all: drinks at hand, sports on TV and their game at their fingertips. More >>

  • The Jumpin

    The Jumpin' Jupiter

    7376 Manchester Road Maplewood, MO 63143
    314-645-5867

    http://www.thejumpinjupiter.com The brand-spankin' new Jumpin' Jupiter is St. Louis' first and only neo-supper club--inspired by the cabarets of old, the Jupiter offers burlesque, freak shows, and live music. Manager Ryan Callahan uses the Tropicana from I Love Lucy as an example of what they're going for. "You'd have a seat, you'd have a show, there was a stage, there was a house band. It was reliable every single time. Over the past 40 years, we've degraded into chaos -- we stopped having a high expectation of good food and entertainment." More >>

  • Just Bill

    Just Bill's Place

    2543 Woodson Road Saint Louis, MO 63114
    314-427-2999

    http://www.chunksofmeat.com Located in the heart of Overland at the intersection of Woodson and Midland, Just Bill's Place is a bar / music venue / excellent place to people-watch. The mix of local regulars and show-goers can make for a pretty interesting scene at times, especially on Fridays and Saturdays when local metal promotional group Chunks of Meat typically books shows. Coin-op pool tables provide a meeting ground of mutual respect for both groups, though the oft-crowded bar itself is where you're most likely to bump elbows with someone you don't know. The small-ish stage is set back in a room that could comfortably hold 100 people and could pack in 200 when necessary -- which is more often than one might expect. More >>

  • Just John

    Just John's Club

    4112 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-371-1333

    http://www.justjohnsclub.com Just John is one of the friendlier gay spots in town. The bar itself is massive, located in the Forest Park area with two expansive patios, an outdoor bar and a stage for karaoke, drag shows and special events. We're not heterophobic by any means, but we're ready to swear off karaoke at straight bars forever after witnessing the Thursday night frivolity at Just John's. Make sure to look closely at the guy sitting next to you: He just might be a well-known drag queen, undercover on his night off in jeans and a baseball cap. More >>

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