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  • K.T.'s Sports Bar & Restaurant-North County

    1551 Sierra Vista Plaza St. Louis, MO 63138

    KT's lies in an unassuming strip mall in Oakville and serves a simple menu of bar staples. Diners can feast of wings, toasted ravioli and even chicken livers to start. Bigger bites include a Gerber, a pulled-pork sandwich and TJ's Pizza. Guests can sit at a booth or table or belly up to the bar and catch the game on the TV. KT's serves food Wednesday through Friday and offers carryout. More >>

  • K.T.'s Sports Bar & Restaurant-O'Fallon

    407 Sonderen St Saint Charles, MO 63366

  • Kenny

    Kenny's Bar & Grill

    7045 Us Highway 61/67 Barnhart, MO 63012

  • Keypers Piano Bar

    Keypers Piano Bar

    2280 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-664-6496 This fun little piano bar is one of the few gay-friendly outposts in Fox Park. The piano bar is the perfect place for a little night music - though you may also want to consider stopping in early for their excellent happy hour: $3 Three Olives drinks, $5 martinis, and a host of cheap shots. The front patio is perfect for a summer evening, but if you don't feel like listening to cars whizz by, don't worry, there's another out back-highlights include (inexplicably) an old clawfoot tub and half a gigantic plaster cheeseburger on the second patio. More >>

  • King of Kings Lutheran Church

    13765 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017

  • The Kirkwood Park Amphitheatre

    111 S. Geyer St. Louis, MO 63122

  • Knights of Columbus

    9410 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63125

  • Kokomos West

    Kokomos West

    3925 Mid Rivers Mall Drive St. Peters, MO 63376

  • Kranzberg Arts Center

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    501 N Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-533-0367 The Kranzberg Arts Center, a non-profit organization located in Grand Center, hosts a variety of creative endeavors. From exhibits to theater productions and music performances of all kinds, the schizophrenic calendar contains a plethora of options for the curious art lover to enjoy in its spaces. Sounds from the Kranzberg's stage varies from night-to-night, featuring everything from jazz and indie rock to hip-hop and experimental improvisation. The intimate studio setting helps visitors feel like a part of the experience rather than just an onlooker at show. More >>