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  • Tim & Joe's

    6500 W. Main St. Belleville, IL 62223
    618-398-5266

  • Tim

    Tim's Chrome Lounge

    4736 Gravois St. Louis, MO 63116
    314-353-8138

    "Old school" takes on new meaning at Tim's Chrome Bar, which has been operating adjacent to Bevo Mill since 1977. Five days a week, the bar is dark and the neon silent, but on Friday and Saturday nights, Tim's fills with folks who look to have been collecting retirement since the turn of the century. During the house band's jiving sets of oldies and goldies, they dance like it's 1958-sweethearts revolve slowly on the dance floor or even shake a tail feather en masse when the song calls for it. Bowls of snacks line the bar, and the friendly bar matron knocks back shots with blue-haired patrons. Anyone too young to collect Social Security will draw good-natured "these kids today!" glances, but those give way to appreciation if the young things are brave enough to join the fun on the floor. More >>

  • Time Out Bar & Grill

    Time Out Bar & Grill

    4140 Gravois Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63116
    314-771-3610

    http://www.timeoutbars.com Don't judge a bar by its signage. Despite its somewhat suspect 'hood, Time Out is a spotless 3 a.m. bar that really gets crackin' when 1:30 draws near. A real live fireplace warms four inviting leather couches on one side of the bar; on the other there's a dance floor where you can belt your heart out at karaoke, dance your tush off or (in extreme cases) do both simultaneously. The bar opens at 6 a.m., boasting a $1.50 breakfast of two eggs, hash browns and toast to soak up the alcohol from the night (or mere hours) before. Time Out also has a full breakfast menu, served all day, that includes steak and eggs, breakfast burritos, and omelets; the regular menu includes burgers, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and daily specials, such as a rib-eye steak with fries, or fried fish and chips. Their kitchen stays open until 3 a.m. with an abbreviated menu. More >>

  • Tom

    Tom's 100 West Irish Pub

    1266 Old Orchard Center Ballwin, MO 63021-5404
    636-227-2213

    What differentiates an Irish pub from just another bar? Some say the food, some say the beer and some say the decor. So what makes Tom's 100 West an Irish pub? Well, the owner is Irish, there are plenty of beers on tap, and there are a few clovers alongside the dart boards on the walls. Other than that, Tom's 100 West is just a standard, friendly neighborhood bar. The place's claim to fame are its liquor pitchers, which you can get for just $8 on Saturday nights. They're also experimenting with regular Saturday lingerie nights, which are exactly what they sound like: If ladies show up in lingerie, the liquor pitchers are free. Should ladies in their unmentionables fail to pull you in, they've got daily happy hour, friendly waitresses and free shuffleboard. More >>

  • Tower Pub

    Tower Pub

    3234 Morganford Road Saint Louis, MO 63116
    314-771-7979

    The Tower Pub is an pan-interest bar - here you'll find hipsters and hoosiers communing blissfully over their shared love of cheap brew, even while studiously ignoring each other. (Because, hell, this is still America.) Established in 2005, Tower Pub is a frequent stop on the now-ubiquitous Morganford pub crawls, and its friendly staff and attentive service keep us comin' back. The nightly specials are worthy of your attention, too. $1.50 Schlaflys? We'll take three. More >>

  • Towne Lounge

    Towne Lounge

    119 W. 1st St. O'Fallon, IL 62269
    618-632-8886

  • Trainwreck Saloon-Westport

    Trainwreck Saloon-Westport

    I-270 and Page Ave. Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-434-7222

    http://www.trainwrecksaloon.com The Westport location of Trainwreck Saloon takes its saloon theme seriously, all the way down the swinging saloon doors and antiques from way back when railroads were all the rage. The large patio allows diners to take in all the action while grubbing. The appetizer menu is heavy on the fried options, including Mexican ravioli - a spicier version of St. Louis' beloved T-ravs, these ones are stuffed with pepper jack. The menu includes burgers that, for a dollar more, can be made with bison rather than plain, ol' beef. The drink menu includes standard beer and wine options. More >>

  • Truffles

    Truffles

    9202 Clayton Road Ladue, MO 63124
    314-567-9100

    http://www.todayattruffles.com/ If your idea of Truffles is blue bloods and blue-haired old ladies, think again. Chef John Griffiths (the original chef de cuisine at the late St. Louis outpost of Larry Forgione's An American Place) has reinvigorated this Ladue warhorse with a oft-changing menu that fuses the rustic traditions of northern Italian cuisine with the local, seasonal produce of the Midwest. The pastas, made in-house daily, are exquisite, and appetizers like roasted bone marrow and house-made burrata cheese will make it difficult to save room for the main course, but with terrific seafood and meat options (especially such jaw-droppers as la bistecca fiorentena and the porchetta, both meant for two), you must. More >>

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-Soulard

    2117 S. 12th St. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-772-5977

    http://www.tuckersplacestl.com Tucker's Place is known first and foremost for its great steaks. Each location -- there are three total -- serves up filets, sirloins, strips and porterhouses alongside a pizza menu. Tucker's also has a variety of specials, including "prime time Tuesday," which offers diners either a 16 or 24-ounce prime rib for $14.95 or $18.95, respectively. Tucker's is also one of the most laid-back places to meet friends for drinks in Soulard's booming bar scene. The dark wood bar and dim lighting give it a classic vibe, but the slightly more formal dining area make it a suitable place to take a date or meet up with friends or family for a great meal. More >>

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-South County

    3939 Union Road South St. Louis County, MO 63125
    314-845-2584

    http://www.tuckersplacestl.com Within its rustic walls, Tucker's Place in South County continues its tradition, started in 1982, of serving up affordable steaks in an unpretentious setting. Diners can expect choices from filets, sirloins and strips. In case a non-carnivore comes along for the meal, Tucker's also has plenty of vegetarian-friendly appetizers, salads and pizza. More >>

  • Tucker

    Tucker's Place-West County

    14282 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011
    636-227-8062

    http://www.tuckersplacestl.com Housed in a building that resembles a residence or perhaps a school, the West County outpost of Tucker's Place offers up similar options to its Soulard sister. The unpretentious setting and affordable prices allow carnivores to get their steak fix without breaking the bank. Each location -- there are three total -- serves up filets, sirloins, strips and porterhouse. There is also a pizza menu for those not in the mood for steak. Tucker's also has a variety of specials, including "prime time Tuesday," which offers diners either a 16 or 24-ounce prime rib for $14.95 or $18.95, respectively. More >>

  • Tuckers Bar & Grill

    Tuckers Bar & Grill

    8518 S. Broadway Saint Louis, MO 63125
    314-544-6200

    Tucker's Bar and Grill is a small bar located on South Broadway near the River City Casino. It may not be the most high profile or sophisticated bar around, but it's also not trying to impress anyone. And maybe that's what makes Tucker's special: modesty. The patrons of Tucker's (most of whom seem to sport charming southern drawls) claim that no one is a stranger at Tucker's and everyone is welcome. Tucker's has a pool table, a small stage for the occasional live band and $1 beer all day Monday for Monday-night football. If you're a lady, you're in luck on Wednesdays: Beer and call drinks are just $1 each. More >>

  • Tuners On Main St.

    Tuners On Main St.

    130 S. Main St. St. Charles, MO 63301
    636-724-9212

    Located on St. Charles' historic Main Street, this little bar has a historical significance all its own. Legend has it that some years ago, Chuck Berry's longtime pianist Johnnie Johnson stopped in with '60s pop legend Johnny Rivers ("Secret Agent Man") for an impromptu jam session here. So it behooves you to stop by on Friday and Saturday nights, when the club hosts live music. On other nights, dart lovers can avail themselves of the many boards that line the south wall - or merely take a seat at the center bar and watch the world roll by on Main Street. More >>

  • Twisted Bull Saloon

    Twisted Bull Saloon

    3924 Lemay Ferry Road South St. Louis County, MO 63125
    314-894-5533

    Like so many south-county bars, this one is nestled in a strip mall, amid a massive parking lot. On Friday and Saturday nights, there's a line of people out the door waiting to shell out their $5 to the bouncers. It's billed as a country bar (the word "saloon," we find, is usually a tip-off), but you won't find hay bales and Montgomery Clift posters here, just a large circular bar, Top-40 on the P.A. system and a wall of denim, interspersed with the occasional bandage-dress/stilettos combo. More >>

  • Upstairs Lounge

    Upstairs Lounge

    3131 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-773-3388

    http://www.upstairslounge.com You won't find a sign advertising this popular South Grand institution. Nestled above Mekong on the corner of Grand Boulevard and Hartford Street, Upstairs is the go-to place for cheap drinks, dancing and local DJs spinning every night of the week. If sweating it out on the dance floor isn't your cup of tea, arrive early to snag a booth to people-watch; you won't be disappointed. If the scene upstairs gets stale, bounce down to uber-mod Barbarella, or the Blue Room, the two sister bars housed in the same building. The Upstairs draws a diverse crowd and is the unpretentious, South side alternative to the St. Louis club scene. There's generally a cover on the weekend, but if you're looking to party on the cheap, weeknights are your best bet. More >>

  • Urban

    Urban

    3216 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-3308

    http://www.myspace.com/urbanloungestl This hidden gem is one of the most underrated places on South Grand. It's tiny and rarely crowded -- a dimly lit, Middle Eastern-inspired clubhouse where they may not already know your name, but they're about to ask you what it is. Bartender Nhat Nguyen mixes up a variety of cocktails infused with fresh fruit, and local DJ's incinerate the small dance floor on weekends. More >>

  • Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro

    Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro

    3200 Shenandoah Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-3345

    http://www.vangoghz.com Van Goghz sits on the corner of Shenandoah and Compton avenues and contains two dining areas and a small patio for guests to make themselves comfortable for breakfast, happy hour, light snacks or a full meal. Waffles, eggs and oatmeal are among the breakfast offerings. Lunch and dinner options include sandwiches, quesadillas and salads, with vegetarian options such as the "Cheesy Artichoke" -- artichokes, black olives, marinated tomatoes, cream cheese and provolone in a spinach tortilla. Van Goghz' entrées include steaks, burgers and pastas. As its name implies, one of the highlights of Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro is its vast martini menu, which offers the classic choices as well as twists such as the pineapple-upside-down-cake martini or the St. Louis Garden District -- a rosewater rinse under Hendrick's gun. For those who don't fancy martinis, Van Goghz also offers an extensive menu of other specialty drinks, including an alcoholic version of the Arnold Palmer with lemonade and sweet tea vodka, and an ample selection of wine and beer. More >>

  • Venice Café

    Venice Café

    1903 Pestalozzi St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-5994

    http://www.thevenicecafe.com Eccentric haven Venice Café provides a bright, colorful spot to take in live music and enjoy Caribbean fare - Rasta kabobs (available with jerk chicken, beef or veggie), Red Stripe Porker (pork tenderloin) and fried plantains are among the options. Venice Café's drinks include standard beer and liquor choices, and happy hour specials run Monday through Saturday. More >>

  • Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis

    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis

    I-70 & Earth City Expwy. Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-298-9944

    http://www.livenation.com/Verizon-Wireless-Amphitheater-St-Louis-tickets-Maryland-Heights/venue/49672 No St. Louisan's summer is complete without taking in a show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, the storied Maryland Heights venue formerly known as Riverport. It's where your parents sweated through the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin and where you've witnessed everything from Radiohead to Sugarland. The largest outdoor venue in the metro area, it's also one of the few egalitarian concert experiences left - from the 45-minute caravan through the Riverport business park to the endless series of parking lots, to making friends waiting for the Johnny on the Spot and sharing beer with the happy stoners a picnic blanket over. Concerts have become too sterile, but this venue still requires a commitment, and it's one we're happy to make in the sweltering St. Louis summer. More >>

  • Villa Marie Winery

    Villa Marie Winery

    6633 E. Main St. Maryville, IL 62062
    618-345-3100

    http://www.thevillamariewinery.com/index.htm

  • Vintage Vinyl

    Vintage Vinyl

    6610 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130
    314-721-4096

    http://www.vintagevinyl.com This independent record store is the darling of the Loop (and with selections ranging from mainstream to obscure, it's easy to see why). Its ability to draw in such diverse patrons makes Vintage Vinyl an impressive platform for CD signings, meet ´n greets and in-store performances. Whether you're looking for that latest local release or dying to see your favorite touring band up-close and first-hand, you can count on Vintage Vinyl to deliver. More >>

  • Vito

    Vito's

    3515 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-8486

    http://vitosstl.com/ Every college kid worth his Animal House poster knows that pizza is the staff of life, so it's wise of Vito La Fata III to run his business on the eastern edge of Saint Louis University. But make no mistake: These aren't your typical, greasy, gotta-get-through-finals pies. La Fata's pizzas are for the connoisseur. The perfectly chewy crust is lifted into the stratosphere by zippy tomato sauce, mozzarella and super-fresh toppings. The number of choices (from traditional pizza margherita to an ooh-la-la shrimp-and-artichoke pie) can make for tough decisions, but you really can't go wrong. And don't forget to ask for fresh basil -- it's grown in the garden out back. More >>

  • Voce

    Voce

    212 S. Tucker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-435-3956

    http://www.vocestl.com Since it opened in December 2012, Voce, "a venue for all voices," as owner Steve Scaglione puts it, has hosted everything from jazz, blues and folk to the occasional punk show. The black and red room features a small unintimidating stage, tables for sitting, a full bar and plenty of standing room to get up close to the performance. The downtown spot connects directly to Maurizio's Pizza & Sports Bar, which spits out hand-tossed New York style pizzas every night of the week late into the evening. Get an Italian tinged experience by pairing some pizza with a performance. More >>

  • Washington Ave. and 11th St.

    Washington Ave. and 11th St. St. Louis, MO 63101

    http://blogs.riverfronttimes.com/atoz/2011/05/2011_rft_showcase_schedule.php

  • Way Out Club

    Way Out Club

    2525 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-664-7638

    http://www.myspace.com/wayoutclub Nostalgia hits like a ton bricks at this club, adorned with framed photos and artwork of pop culture past. Every inch of wall and ceiling space is covered with something here: B-movie posters, random art, framed pin-up girls giving their best sexyface, a collection of dead, vintage televisions, and weird alien fetuses housed in glass bottles like so many formaldehyde frogs. The TV sets that do work display obscure exploitation and indie-flicks. This hip watering hole has a venue side with a tall stage, booming sound system and enough seating in the form of '50s dinette sets to make Betty Draper jealous. In its storied history, the Way Out Club has hosted many a music group, ranging from psychedelic jam bands to all-girl garage rockers. Both the bar and show areas are spacious, providing ample room for the occasional interpretive dance, or punk rock flailing. The booze selection looks keen, and this spot stands to be a rare haven for hippies and hipsters alike. Just don't forget to give Angus, the Way Out's resident feline, some love; he's really the one running the place. More >>

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