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  • 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. Saint 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 >>

  • Morgan Street Brewery

    Morgan Street Brewery

    721 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-231-9970

    http://www.morganstreetbrewery.com How many places offer a playground for both shuffleboard tourneys and bachelorette parties? Morgan Street Brewery, for one! This Laclede's Landing brewpub has been turning out microbrews and beer-friendly grub since 1995. Lagers are the specialty of award-winning brewer Marc Gottfried; they range from the Krystal (aimed at those not yet weaned from macrobrews) to the hearty, high-alcohol Doppelbock, with plenty of seasonal variety in between. The menu offers burgers, pizza, meat loaf and - of course - soft pretzels, the perfect pairing for almost any brew. Pastas and entrées such as a smoked pork chop and salmon glazed with honey-chile sauce are also an option. More >>

  • Morris University Center

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL 62025
    618-650-5555

    http://www.siue.edu/muc/

  • Mozingo Music

    4689 Highway K St. Charles, MO 63304
    636-300-9553

    http://www.mozingomusic.com

  • Murphy

    Murphy's Restaurant

    1229 Castillion Arcade Plz Saint Louis, MO 63141
    314-205-0072

    For those of you who miss the popular Rich Andrew's Bar and Restaurant in Creve Coeur, have no fear. Murphy's Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge now occupies that space, and it certainly doesn't disappoint, carrying on its tradition of warm community with an extra dose of humble simplicity. The bartenders are cheery and knowledgeable, the pizza and wings are tasty, and the drinks certainly aren't pricey (Murphy's regularly offers $5 pitchers of domestic beer after 7 p.m.). Karaoke happens every Monday and Wednesday, making Murphy's a big hit with the local West County crowd. More >>

  • mushmaus

    mushmaus

    2700 Cherokee St. St Louis, MO 63118

    http://www.mushmaus.org mushmaus, a self-proclaimed artist interchange, idea incubator and DIY arena, provides plenty of space for unconventional sights and sounds to lurk, crawl, leap and fall. The 7,500 square foot warehouse hosts everything from residencies and gritty artist installations to sweaty dance parties and shows -- these range from the harshest experimental sounds in town to pure and simple pop and rock. No matter the scene, mushmaus provides an ample, uninhibited environ for curious and creative souls to explore. Don't expect all the typical creature comforts of a music venue here -- mushmaus is dark, dingy and undeniably DIY. More >>

  • Music Folk

    Music Folk

    8015 Big Bend Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63119
    314-961-2838

    http://www.musicfolk.com You can go to Guitar Center if you need a guitar or a bass, but for practically any other hand-held string instrument, head to Music Folk. The walls are covered in banjos, mandolins, guitars -- even a ukulele or two. The knowledgeable staff has a love of folk music, and the store often opens its doors for workshops and performances by local and national folk artists. More >>

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