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  • Paddy O

    Paddy O's

    618 S. Seventh St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-588-7313

    http://stlpaddyos.com/

  • The Pageant

    The Pageant

    6161 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63130
    314-726-6161

    http://www.thepageant.com The Pageant is St. Louis' premier midsize venue, with plenty of space to sit or stand, and enough stage room and lighting options to please even the most theatrical of bands. The venue hosts the best touring national acts from pop to indie rock, hip-hop to jazz and blues. Standing tall as the center piece of the burgeoning East Loop strip on Delmar, the venue is a sure bet for a great night in the city. More >>

  • Palomino Lounge

    Palomino Lounge

    5876 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-361-3099

  • The Paragon Theatre

    1911 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-7701

    http://www.theparagonstl.com/

  • The Parlour

    The Parlour

    4534 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-448-1978

    http://www.theparlourstl.com 1. The scourge of social media occasionally delivers nice kickbacks-and if you "check in" at The Parlour on on of those infinite time wasters, you'll get a yummy Parlour shot on the house, made with fresh juices and we're scared to ask what else. The Parlour opened in September 2011, and we gotta say, these days, Gravois is the place to be. Located in the short-lived Wicked Lady spot, the interior seems softer and cozier than the gin joint it replaced. With the addition of weekend DJs and a firm no cover charge policy, it gives us a whole new reason to use these here smartphones. More >>

  • Parrot

    Parrot's Sports Bar & Grill

    2951 Old Highway 94 S. St. Peters, MO 63376
    636-939-3553

    http://www.parrotsbar.net

  • Patriots Park

    1042 Patriots Park Drive Greenville, IL 62246
    618-664-4969

    http://www.active.com/outdoors-facility/greenville-il/patriots-park

  • Paul Schroeder Park

    Old Meramec Stn between Manchester & Big Bend roads Ballwin, MO 63021
    636-391-6326

  • PBC Photography and Creative Cafe

    128 W. Central St. Bethalto, IL 62010
    618-377-3100

    https://www.pixbychix.com

  • Peabody Opera House

    Peabody Opera House

    14th St. and Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-1888

    http://www.peabodyoperahouse.com Formerly the Kiel Opera House, the Peabody is St. Louis's newest concert venue. With 3,000 seats, the Peabody is more Fox than Pageant, and its capacity falls right between the two, which have 4,000 and 2,500 seats respectively. The grand opening gala featured ultra A-listers Jay Leno and Aretha Franklin, and Wilco sold the place out quicker than you can say Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. More >>

  • The Pepper Lounge

    The Pepper Lounge

    2005 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-2005

    http://www.thepepperlounge.com Walking into the resplendent Pepper Lounge, the phrase "spare no expense" comes to mind. From the staff to the leather fascia on the doors, everything about Pepper is posh. Heck, even the hallway to the bathroom and the back room are nice enough to get married in. This nightspot is where the genetically blessed come to mingle with River City's elite (think Cardinals, Rams and Blues in the flesh) and sip serious cocktails. Don't leave without ordering a martini, because Pepper's skilled bartenders muddle, twist, splash and scoop their way to greatness - the True Blood is a mind-blowing concoction with freshly macerated strawberries and just enough balsamic to catapult this 'tini into the stratosphere. On Saturdays, the space in the three large rooms is tighter than the tube dresses painted on the well-heeled clientele. More >>

  • Persimmon Ridge Vineyards

    7272 Sheppard Drive Barnhart, MO 63012
    636-948-2082

    http://www.persimmonridgewinery.com

  • Pheasant Hollow Winery

    14931 State Highway 37 Golden City, CA 64748
    877-629-WINE

  • Pig Slop Studios

    2700 Cherokee St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Pig Slop Studios

    Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church

    826 Union Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-652-6800

  • Pirate

    Pirate's Cove

    470 Howdershell Road Florissant, MO 63031
    314-830-0820

    Pirate's Cove is a sports bar with a nautical outlook -- skull & crossbones and pirate ship adornments cover the walls alongside glowing neon beer signs and flat screen TVs. The spacious bar includes a portion of hardwood floor set up for washers -- a fun inclusion to the usual darts / golden tee / pool tables set-up (all of which can also be found here). Smokers will be glad to find ashtrays on the dozen or so tables and drinkers will be pleased with the full bar selection and courteous bartenders. Off to the side is a small stage for live music; Pirate's Cove is known to play host to bar and cover bands on weekends. More >>

  • The Playhouse at Westport Plaza

    635 Westport Plaza St. Louis, MO 63146
    314-469-7529

    http://www.theplayhouseatwestport.com

  • Playoffs Bar and Restaurant

    Playoffs Bar and Restaurant

    40 Crossroads Plaza O'Fallon, MO 63368
    636-379-5024

  • Plush

    657 E. Broadway East St. Louis, IL 62201
    618-271-0055

  • Plush

    Plush

    3224 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-2686

    http://www.plushstl.com/index.html With 40,000 square feet to play with, Plush is a truly unique bar, restaurant, and music venue located just east of Grand Center in Midtown. You can sit down most nights of the week and enjoy a menu full of eclectic American food that borders on greasy spoon but with modern twists (meatloaf cupcakes, for example). Dinner and lunch are served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, with kitchen hours extending to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. And Brunch lovers can hit up Plush on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Whichever meal you choose, a variety of coffee and espresso drinks, as well as a full selection of beers, wines, and cocktails are available. Plush’s venue side has music several nights each week, while the second floor houses a smaller room for more intimate shows along with pool and ping-pong tables. Plush also has two spaces - a second-floor parlor and the building’s fourth-floor penthouse – both available for private events. RFT named Plush the "Best New Bar" in 2012, and things have only gotten better for this jack-of-all-trades, one-of-a-kind establishment. More >>

  • Poelker Park

    Tucker and Chestnut St. Louis, MO 63102

  • Pop

    Pop's Nightclub

    401 Monsanto Ave. East St. Louis, IL 62201
    618-274-6720

    http://www.popsrocks.com Drive up to Pop's, and you might just lose your nerve in that vast, concrete Illinois wasteland, brightly lit by gas station flood lights and blazing neon strip clubs. But you'll pull up and park anyway because hell, the damn place never closes. No matter if you arrive at 6 p.m. for a local show or major rock band, or six a.m. after a bizarre strip-club crawl wending from the Brooklyn sin strip to Sauget, there's one thing you can count on at Pop's: Someone is always drunker than you could ever hope to be at this truck stop-venue-watering hole. More >>

  • Pop

    Pop's Blue Moon

    5249 Pattison Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-776-4200

    http://www.popsbluemoon.com This itsy-bitsy institution is where in-the-know locals go to enjoy live music and a few brews with a small collection of characters. The family-owned establishment on the Hill is, for all intents and purposes, a bar for baby boomers, but that's not to say that youngbloods won't enjoy the eclectic décor, local and national acts ranging from folk to funk, and bottomless servings of the best rock-and-roll from the salad days -- those decades before video killed the radio star. The bar can be sleepy when musicians have the night off, but our mama always told us a quiet bar and a little Bob Dylan will cure what ails you. More >>

  • Powell Symphony Hall

    Powell Symphony Hall

    718 N. Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1700

    http://stlsymphony.org There are many reasons to relish a trip to Powell Symphony Hall in Midtown. There's the beautiful old edifice, a converted movie palace restored to gorgeous splendor, from the gold leaf in the domed ceiling to the Art Deco proscenium and the plush crimson seats and carpet. There's the excited buzz in the lobby, where the monied old codgers whose donations keep the building open rub elbows (if unintentionally) with the college kids who scored $10 rush tickets -- all of them dressed in their finest because a Saturday-night performance here is an event. There's the orchestra, a rich, well-tuned instrument, one of the finest in the U.S. And then there's musical director David Robertson. An accomplished musician who has received armfuls of awards and whose conducting skills are in demand all over the world. More >>

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