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  • Macklind at Devonshire

    Macklind Ave. at Devonshire Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109

    http://www.macklindbd.com/macklindbd.com/Macklind_Days.html

  • The Mad Magician

    The Mad Magician

    5625 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-875-0644

    https://www.facebook.com/madmagician From scene veterans and Archfront Media owners John Mancuso and Jason Rottler comes a new spot for rock, punk, metal and hip-hop to play. The Mad Magician gets its name from the mid '50s thriller film of the same name, paying homage to starring actor and St. Louisan Vincent Price. The venue's open floor plan features plenty of standing room and a huge stage manned with a blindingly colorful light show in rainbow hues. Mancuso hopes to bring in national artists (Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony, Method Man but are a few of the acts he's booked in the past) while giving locals the opportunity to open. More >>

  • Madison

    Madison's Café

    2974 Highway K O'Fallon, MO 63368
    636-978-7355

    http://www.madisonscafe.com

  • Maggie O

    Maggie O'Brien's

    2000 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-421-1388

    http://www.maggieobriens.com If you count down the days until St. Patty's Day, Maggie O'Brien's is the place for you. The Irish-themed restaurant, which opened downtown in 1979, serves up traditional pub grub, including T-ravs, wings, burgers and sandwiches and St. Louis-style ribs, with Irish fare such as corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips and Irish beef stew. Diners can stick around and watch the game at Maggie's or stop by after: The bar stays open until 3 a.m. More >>

  • Malle

    Malle's

    3506 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-352-5566

    It's not just the video games and cheap beer that make Malle's feel like a frat house on a weeknight, circa 2002. More important is the familiarity evident in the crowd of twenty and thirtysomethings, who all reach out to be a bro to one another while Jackass and Sports Center play above the bar and the DJ cranks Nelly and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Game night drink specials make Malle's a great place to chillax or maybe even sing some karaoke. More >>

  • Mama Gusto's

    115 W. Saint Louis St. Lebanon, IL 62254
    618-537-8800

    http://mamagustos.com/index.html

  • Mandarin Lounge

    Mandarin Lounge

    44 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4447

    http://www.mandarinlounge.net Find the gangway between Scape and Design Within Reach (hint: hang a left at the Maryland Plaza fountain), greet the black-clad bouncer, and take the elevator to the third floor. You're instantly greeted by a phalanx of Chinese warriors, set back against dark red walls. Mandarin is an upscale nightclub with one of the best rooftop patios in St. Louis. DJs spin Top 40 tunes, while Central West Enders tipple and recline in one of the intimate, soft-lit corners. Don't miss the bathrooms, which are joined by a large stone sink (girls are often found peering into the boy's side and vice versa) and feature a sheet of water magically raining down from the mirror. Washing your hands was never more fun. More >>

  • Mangia Italiano

    Mangia Italiano

    3145 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-8585

    http://www.dineatmangia.com Mangia Italiano is a classy 3 a.m. bar right in the middle of South Grand. There is plenty of free live music to be had, from Vinyl Fight DJ spins to the Dave Stone Trio’s incomparable jazz. The draft beer offers lots of local selections, with many more in bottles (Stag in cans for the neighborhood hipsters). The wine list has some good-value priced options with an emphasis on Italian varietals while serious cocktails with house infusions round out the drink list. Those looking to make a bad late-night decision can indulge in the pizza and other comfort foods. If you've been around the block a few times and remember Mangia from its humble beginnings as a smoky little bar, check out the newly expanded space and game room downstairs. There's also a lovely mural by neighborhood painter Wayne St. Wayne that appears to depict the history of the world, from Romulus and Remus to Monica Lewinsky - you’ll find something new each time you look at it. If the inside gets too packed, sit outside and enjoy a drink and some of South Grand’s best people watching. More >>

  • Mansion Nightclub

    130 Collinsville Ave East St. Louis, IL 62201
    618-271-6000

  • The Map Room

    The Map Room

    1901 Withnell Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-776-3515

    Nestled in the Benton Park neighborhood, the Map Room has been converted from a meat market to a cozy coffeehouse and now serves an expansive list of teas and French-press coffees. For those looking for a nip in their sip, the Map Room also serves wine and spiked coffee and tea. For bites, select from the café's large dessert selection, including cupcakes, tortes and petits fours. On nice days, guests can enjoy the Map Room's spacious patio. More >>

  • Maryland House at Brennan

    Maryland House at Brennan's

    4659A Maryland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-9444

    Located in the Central West End, Maryland House at Brennan's offers a high-end drinking experience, with several wines, cocktails and beers to choose from. It only offers small meat and cheese plates to graze on, and the ambiance at the Maryland House steers patrons more toward drinking than eating. A large bar, thoughtfully placed artwork adorning the walls and private, members-only rooms and spaces contribute to the upscale atmosphere at this CWE spot. Maryland House at Brennan's also offers some outdoor seating along Maryland Avenue, and cigars are sold at the bar. More >>

  • Maryland Yards

    Maryland Yards

    2033 Dorsett Village Center Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-579-9273

    http://www.marylandyards.com With wood paneling, a corner-mounted television and long tables to host a family of after-hour co-workers, this restaurant-bar feels familiar, like your favorite college dive. While it's comfortable and certainly a "regulars" haunt, Maryland Yards is a place where fun is easily found. Between the dartboards, the video-game consoles, the pool tables and the hard-to-find NTN triva, patrons will never be bored -- especially on the weekends, when high decibels of karaoke shake the shack. More >>

  • Massa's Italian Bar & Grill

    3072 Winghaven Blvd. O'Fallon, MO 63368
    636-561-5202

  • Melt

    Melt

    2712 Cherokee Street St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-6358

    https://www.facebook.com/meltoncherokee When Melt, originally located in the south Carondelet neighborhood, moved to Cherokee Street, it expanded everything from its square-footage and menu to its hours and entertainment initiatives. Serving up savory and sweet waffles, wheat grass shots and an array of beverages (including a full bar), Melt's prepared to meet late night appetites, not to mention hungry breakfast-goers. One of its new location expansions includes a live music stage that hosts everything from folk to punk rock. More >>

  • The Melting Pot-University City

    The Melting Pot-University City

    6683 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-725-4141

    http://www.meltingpot.com The St. Louis outpost of a 70-restaurant national chain, this is pretty much your only choice if you're in the mood to do fondue. The cheese way is available both as appetizer and main course, with a choice of "traditional" (oil, high-cal) or "court bouillon" (broth, lower-cal) for the entrées. Because there's only one burner on the smaller tables, your party had better be of the same culinary mind. A little chocolate for dessert, and you're fondone. More >>

  • Merge at Church on the Rock

    900 Birdie Hills Road St. Peters, MO 63376
    636-240-7775

    http://www.cotr.org

  • Midwest Music Conservatory

    15977 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-527-5558

  • Mike Talayna

    Mike Talayna's Juke Box Restaurant

    1115 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-647-7600

    You wouldn't expect an unassuming, squat building on the commercial Hampton strip to be the flashiest bar in St. Louis, but it is. With dozens of sparkling disco balls, mirrored walls and a glitter-inlaid bar top, it's like the lovechild of a strip club and a disco roller rink, but one where karaoke is king. There's a feeling that what happens in this sparkling paradise stays here. The drinks aren't cheap, but the mixed ones are so strong that just one or two will have you crooning "I Want to Know What Love Is" in no time. More >>

  • Mile 277 Tap & Grill

    Mile 277 Tap & Grill

    10701 Watson Rd St. Louis, MO 63127
    314-645-3277

    http://www.mile277.com We've long been searching for a biker bar that doesn't make us want to bathe in hand sanitizer, and Mile 277 is the answer to our prayers. The owners spared no expense, from the brushed chrome doors to the hogs shining like diamond rings scattered throughout the bar. The self-described "Classic Roadhouse Fare" features a big selection sandwiches and burgers in addition to pasta, flatbreads and more. Expect live local music from a variety of big-draw names like Trixie Delight and Dr. Zhivegas, and the occasional touring acts like Shooting Star. Otherwise, the video DJs will treat you to the best in hair metal and hard rock to justify getting those so-called kicks on Route 66. The Hell's Angels may not feel over-welcome here, but you will. (Don't tell the Hell's Angels we said that.) More >>

  • Missouri Bar & Grill

    Missouri Bar & Grill

    701 N. Tucker Blvd St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-231-2234

    http://www.missouribarandgrille.com Located a stone's throw from Wash. Ave., Missouri Bar & Grill provides a casual alternative to the club scene. The bar serves food until 2:30 a.m. every day with appetizers such as fried zucchini and toasted ravioli. Bigger bites include burgers, sandwiches, shrimp, fish, pork chops and even steak. Inside, guests can admire plenty of sports memorabilia or enjoy a round of darts. Missouri Bar & Grill also offers a free shuttle to Cardinals and Rams home games. More >>

  • Missouri Botanical Garden

    Missouri Botanical Garden

    4344 Shaw Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-577-9400

    http://www.mobot.org An educational and recreational series of beautiful public gardens of various types (rose, Japanese, etc.) built on Henry Shaw's former estate. More >>

  • Missouri History Museum

    Missouri History Museum

    Lindell Blvd. & DeBaliviere Ave. St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-746-4599

    http://www.mohistory.org Located in Forest Park, the Missouri History Museum hosts an expansive collection of permanent and rotating exhibits pertaining to the history of Missouri. More >>

  • Molly

    Molly's in Soulard

    816 Geyer Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-6200

    http://www.mollysinsoulard.com Soulard nightlife fixture Molly's has turned its former next-door neighbor Norton's into a bistro, with a Creole-influenced menu developed by chef Eric Brenner of Moxy. As at Moxy, the best dishes at Molly's are thoughtful but unpretentious - simply put: good food. Consider the duck breast in a light, sweet apricot-bourbon sauce or the tremendous Berkshire pork chop in an apple-brandy demiglace. Because this is a bistro, steak is available: filet or the less tender but often tastier hanger cut. The latter is topped with a poached egg - a nifty twist on the classic steak-and-egg pairing. Appetizers include "Etouffée Lasagna" with crawfish and andouille, and seared scallops with red beans and rice. More >>

  • Momos Ouzaria Taverna

    Momos Ouzaria Taverna

    630 North and South Rd. University City, MO 63130
    314-863-3511

    http://momosgreekrestaurant.com/ A fun, fashionable, fantastic Greek boîte tucked away along the western fringe of U. City, Momos offers much in the way of Greek classics (dolmades, kebabs, gyros, orzo and ouzo) and even more in the way of nouveau-Grecian fare (lima-bean salad, baked phyllo with a heavenly chocolate sauce). The food is chic yet earthy, and extremely well executed all around. Momos also boasts a truly eclectic, hand-picked wine list worth exploring, plus a house concoction that's half-sangria, half-mead and wholly delicious. A great addition to the city's restaurant scene. More >>

  • Monday Club

    Monday Club

    37 S. Maple Ave. St. Louis, MO 63119
    314-961-0200

    Nestled comfortably amidst towering Dutch Colonials and quaint bungalows is The Monday Club, a nostalgic neighborhood dance hall in the shady suburb of Webster Groves. Beyond its white-washed stucco exterior, you'll find friendly faces, a full stage and an elegant hardwood dance floor bathed in warm, welcoming light -- the perfect venue to get your contradance on. In addition to its traditional partnered folk dances, The Monday Club is home to several dance classes that range in style from swing to Latin Salsa. A block south of the popular Lockwood Avenue, the hall is within walking distance of an array of fine eateries and theatres. Don your finest gown or tuxedo and indulge in an evening of refined culture and merriment. More >>

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