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  • Sahara

    12283 Natural Bridge Road Bridgeton, MO 63044
    314-298-2795

    http://sahara-stl.com/Home_Page.html

  • Saint Louis University-Anheuser Busch Auditorium

    John and Lucy Cook Hall St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-977-2805

    http://slu.edu/

  • Salvatore

    Salvatore's Italian Grill

    4139 S. Old Highway 94 South St. Charles, MO 63304
    636-922-2100

    http://www.salvatorespizza.net Salvatore's Italian Grill sounds more like a restaurant, but inside, it quickly becomes clear: The bar is where it's happening. Located on the outer road of Highway 94 near Jungerman in St. Charles, the front entrance of Salvatore's opens into a non-smoking restaurant setting, with murals of the Italian countryside painted on the walls. But after that it opens up into a much bigger bar area where smoking is allowed, the TVs are on and, sometimes, there's even live music. Good news: The full menu of pizza, sandwiches, steak, pasta and salad are offered right at the bar. There are also beer specials during late-night happy hour Monday through Friday from 9 p.m. to midnight and all day Sunday. More >>

  • Sam M. Vadalabene Center

    Strasen Road and Pin Oak Road Edwardsville, IL 62025
    618-650-5774

  • Sasha

    Sasha's Wine Bar & Market

    706 DeMun Ave. Clayton, MO 63105
    314-863-7274

    http://www.sashaswinebar.com The perfect place to congregate when you want to sneak out of work and celebrate the day's end with a glass of wine and a cheese plate. The atmosphere is stylish but humble, featuring the requisite doses of glass block, exposed brick and handmade wine racks. The list contains more than 60 wines, all available by the bottle, glass or 1.5-ounce taste. Build a foundation from the ample selection of house-made soups, salads and sandwiches or -- go ahead, you deserve it! -- splurge on caviar and a bottle of Champagne. More >>

  • Satchmo

    Satchmo's Bar & Grill

    13375 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017
    314-878-3886

    http://www.satchmosgrill.com Nestled between an El Maguey and a dentist office in a small strip mall off Olive in Creve Coeur, Satchmo's Bar and Grill is a simple neighborhood bar perfect for sports fans looking for a new spot to catch the game and get a cheap drink on their way home from work. The walls are lined with Blues memorabilia and there are at least a dozen TVs featuring a sporting event of some sort. Specials vary by day, with recent examples including $10 for a wings/PBR pitcher combo on Sunday, a $30 three-course steak dinner for couples on Wednesday and a 9-10 p.m. power hour on Thursday. If sports aren't your cup of tea, Satchmo's also has trivia night every Tuesday and live music on the weekends. More >>

  • Schatze

    Schatze's

    2301 E. Main St. Belleville, IL 62220
    618-235-2337

    http://www.myspace.com/Schatzes

  • Schlafly Bottleworks

    Schlafly Bottleworks

    7260 Southwest Ave Maplewood, MO 63143
    314-241-2337

    http://www.schlafly.com While Budweiser is synonymous with St. Louis to the outside world, savvy outsiders know to namedrop Schlafly in St. Louis instead of Busch. Indeed, if it weren't for the humidity and Schlafly seasonal releases, how would we mark the changing of seasons? It's not summer unless we're drinking Raspberry Hefeweizen or the crisp Summer Lager, and the winter doldrums become rich and heady under the influence of the Oatmeal Stout.The always-hopping Schlafly Bottleworks is the brand's flagship, and the massive Maplewood location is a venue, restaurant, bar, bottling plant, retailer and mini-museum paying homage to St. Louis' storied brewing history. The well-staffed restaurant serves up thoughtful New American cuisine, and yes, all the beer you care to drink. Freshness is king at Bottleworks, from the beer brewed on the premises to the homegrown, organic menu. When the weather is warm, the courtyard features live jazz and folk music. More >>

  • Schlafly Tap Room

    Schlafly Tap Room

    2100 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-2337

    http://www.schlafly.com The Schlafly Tap Room, opened in 1991, was the first brewery to open in Missouri since Prohibition, paving the way for more breweries in St. Louis. There are generally around 16-18 hand-crafted beers available on tap in the historic brick and timber building. The appetizer list includes pub favorites such as French fries, pretzels and beer bread, with a surprise or two like frog legs and pickled herring. There are five variations on the traditional English “Moules - Frites” plate. Hearty sandwiches and entrees round out the full menu. Live music can be heard Thursday through Sunday and the restaurant regularly hosts events, such as the Belgian Beer and Mussel Festival, Oyster Fest and various beer tastings. More >>

  • School of Rock

    14560 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-896-5918

  • School Sisters of Notre Dame Motherhouse Chapel

    320 E. Ripa Ave. South St. Louis County, MO 63125
    314-544-0455

    http://www.ssnd-sl.org/Default.aspx?tabid=56

  • The Scottish Arms

    The Scottish Arms

    8 S. Sarah St. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-535-0551

    http://www.thescottisharms.com A taste of the Highlands in the Central West End. Scottish Arms owner and native Scot Alistair Nisbet has turned out an invitingly dark and welcoming space, perfect for downing pints or attempting to down haggis (which really isn't bad!). More fanciful-sounding items include cock-a-leekie pie (think cream of chicken soup with a baked-over crust), the Ptarmigan (chicken wrapped in bacon) and, well, a fried Mars bar for dessert. Some of the servers actually wear kilts; they're the ones likeliest to know the menu like they were raised on it, and to talk Scotch for hours on end - which makes for a pretty magical restaurant-going experience. More >>

  • Scottrade Center

    Scottrade Center

    1401 Clark Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-1888

    http://www.scottradecenter.com During the frigid winter months, this 20,000-seat arena is the Blues' home sweet home. But every now and again, the ice makes way for monumental showstoppers with jaw-dropping stage set-ups (think Springsteen, Lady Gaga or Nine Inch Nails, and yes, even The Bieber). Concertgoers looking for the VIP experience can rack up seats in 91 suites, 1,700 club seats and seven party rooms. More >>

  • Sevens

    Sevens

    200 S. Front St. East St. Louis, IL 62201
    618-874-5000

    http://www.casinoqueen.com Situated right inside the entrance to the Casino Queen, but before the flashing lights and ringing bells, Sevens serves up a menu of pub-grub favorites. Starters include wings, nachos and quesadillas, while the main event offers dishes such as pizza and sandwiches, including a Reuben and a prime-rib sandwich. Guests can catch a glimpse of sporting events from just about anywhere in the restaurant including the huge TV that sits over the equally impressive bar. More >>

  • Shady Jack

    Shady Jack's Saloon

    1432 N. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-241-4644

    https://www.shadyjackssaloon.com/ Located on an industrial desolate strip near North Broadway, Shady Jack's is a biker's wet dream. And we're not talking fixed gears, but bikes of the hog variety. The notion of a drive-through, full-service bar is tempting enough, but we're powerless to resist all of Shady Jack's charms: It's a restaurant, a moto-parts store, a bike repair shop and a museum of taxidermy. And oh yeah, if your ink needs a touch up, Shady Jack's also offers a tattoo parlor on site. The rough and tumble clientele may look intimidating in their weathered leather jackets and wind-whipped long hair, but we guarantee that if anyone gives you trouble, Shady Jack and Co. will be on 'em like dead bugs on a windshield. More >>

  • The Shamrock Pub

    The Shamrock Pub

    1131 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-436-2231

    The Shamrock Pub isn't fancy. It's not trying to impress anyone. But it's the kind of place where you'll find regulars ready to give you an oral history lesson on the building, the bar, and hell, life, if you're ready to listen. Located at the intersection of Convent and South 7th, the brick building was the first convent built west of the Mississippi in the late 1890's. It later functioned as a bottling plant, and now houses a bar and the accompanying liquor store next door. How fitting for a former convent! Tip your hat to the urn above the bar: That's the final resting place of the beloved, and only partially identified "Epps," who wasn't Irish, but apparently drank like a good Irishman should. More >>

  • Shanti

    Shanti

    825 Allen Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-241-4772

    http://www.theshanti.com The Shanti is a truly laid-back kind of haunt. Home to a bar, a jukebox, plenty of plastic palm trees, strings of lights and enough tchotchkes to make any decent garage sale jealous. The outdoor courtyard hosts warm-weather fun and cool-weather fire pits, and live music fills the small bar with a variety of tunes nearly every night. More >>

  • Shaw Nature Reserve

    Shaw Nature Reserve

    I-44, exit 253 Gray Summit, MO 63039
    636-451-3512

    http://www.shawnature.org Shaw Nature Reserve sits 25 minutes outside of St. Louis in Gray Summit. This idyllic plot of land, operated by the Missouri Botanical Garden, constitutes an easy, nearby getaway. Even on a weekend afternoon, you can ramble along any of the reserve's fourteen miles of trails and rarely (if ever) come across another person. No car alarms, no emergency sirens unspooling like endless crimson ribbon -- just blessed silence, the sentinel of the trees and the tall prairie grasses and wildflowers. Away from the billboards and the sprawl, the Midwest is a beautiful place, friend. A stroll through Shaw Nature Reserve is proof enough of that. Take Interstate 44 to exit 253, then follow the signs. More >>

  • The Sheldon

    The Sheldon

    3648 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-533-9900

    http://www.thesheldon.org Located in the heart of St. Louis's arts district, The Sheldon is the most acoustically perfect venue in town, hosting a variety of folk, rock, jazz and cabaret acts. The inimitable sound produced in the semicircular room renders the butt-numbing chairs barely noticeable. The Sheldon's small size can lead to inflated ticket prices, but this is one venue in St. Louis whose shows are actually worth every penny. More >>

  • Shenanigan

    Shenanigan's

    6401 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62223
    618-398-6979

    http://www.shenanigansinfo.com

  • Shirley

    Shirley's Restaurant & Bar

    3065 N. Highway 94 St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-940-9770

    This small town bar located on the north side of Highway 94 in St. Charles just before Boschertown serves mostly the north-end St. Charles crowd, which makes for fantastic people watching -- and a good alternative to the preppier old-town scene. The soundtrack here is Shania Twain, the TV sets always seem to be broadcasting NASCAR and the patrons are usually up for a game of pool. Shirley's has happy hour every day from 3 to 6 p.m. with $5 mixed drinks and cheap food like peel-and-eat shrimp for just 35 cents each. Its signature dish, however, is the "trash wings," which are fried chicken wings, bathed in sauce and then fried again so they are both spicy and crunchy. Yum! More >>

  • Shock City Studios

    Shock City Studios

    2200 Gravois St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-771-3099

    http://www.shockcitystudios.com

  • Shot Heaven

    Shot Heaven

    5233 Gravois Ave. St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-351-9606

    http://www.shotheaven.com The delightfully dive-tastic Shot Heaven is an anonymous Bevo watering hole populated by a diverse, laidback crowd whose members have one thing in common-they're all in pursuit of giddiness. The space is divided into three: Patrons congregate around two pool tables in the front room, the bar sits in the middle, and the back room features dart boards and a small, laser-lit dance floor presided over by a DJ spinning Top-40 tunes. The place gets packed for dart and pool leagues, and, on off nights, you'll find folks studiously practicing the bar arts-Golden Tee, pool, darts and polishing off bottle after bottle. More >>

  • Show Me Center

    1333 N. Spring Ave. St. Louis, MO 63113
    573-651-5000

  • The Signature Room

    9006 Overland Plaza Overland, MO 63114
    314-423-7666

    http://www.thesignatureroomstl.com

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