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  • Backstreet Jazz & Blues

    Backstreet Jazz & Blues

    610 Westport Plaza Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-878-5800

    http://www.facebook.com/backstreetjazzandblues We can't quite vouch for Backstreet being St. Louis' best venue for jazz and blues, but it's certainly the best place west of Jefferson. Its Westport Plaza location makes Backstreet an unlikely spot for regulars, and most of the crowds tend to pour in post-Funny Bone. Local acts such as the Soulard Blues Band, Joe Marlotti and Buffalo Bob fill this small, dark space with great music even when it's not full of people. More >>

  • Brewhouse

    Brewhouse

    12525 Bennington Place Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-434-5511

    One of Maryland Heights' friendliest and busiest bars, The Brew House is made up of equal parts "bros" and brouhaha. Take into account its close proximity to several apartment complexes, and it's easy enough to see why you'll find a diverse (and fairly random) selection of co-eds, grads, businessmen, and townies all under the same roof. The much-coveted pool table in the back always brings out a slew of seasoned players, but newcomers are always welcome to shoot with the best. Loosen your tie, turn your baseball hat backwards and come on in for inexpensive drinks and some pretty hilarious '80s karaoke. More >>

  • Creve Coeur Lakehouse

    Creve Coeur Lakehouse

    2160 Creve Coeur Mill Road Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-576-7200

    http://www.cclakehouse.com

  • Dorsett Inn

    Dorsett Inn

    12068 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-692-0005

    http://www.riverfronttimes.com/locations/dorsett-inn-21814/ Just east of Highway 270 in north county is a place where the drinks are cheap, the low ceilings and green-carpeted décor recall your neighbor's basement, and (oh yeah) the waitresses wear nothing but lingerie, even during daylight hours. Cozy yet spacious enough to hold pool tables, shuffleboard, a stage and a dance floor, it's unsurprising that the happy hour crowd lingers near the scantily-clad bartenders -- clean new patio be damned. More >>

  • The Drunken Fish

    The Drunken Fish

    639 Westport Plaza St Louis, MO 63146
    314-275-8300

    http://www.drunkenfish.com Audacious sushi creations in a mod lounge setting: The Drunken Fish is like one giant experiment to see just how sexy raw fish (and other Japanese food styles) can go. The house rolls throw together everything but the sushi mat: crab meat, radish sprouts, scallions, carrots, eel sauce, avocado, baked scallops, asparagus, tempura, mayonnaise -- and, oh yeah, sometimes rice too. Simpler preparations excel here, like the clean tuna tataki and steak teriyaki, the tempura vegetables and the ice cream-based desserts. As St. Louis' latest stab at a bona fide sushi lounge, the Drunken Fish may prove the start of a whole new dining trend. See listing for second location under "Midtown/West End." More >>

  • Hollywood Casino-VooDoo Café & Lounge

    777 Casino Center Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-770-7700

    http://www.hollywoodcasinostlouis.com/ If a cruise ship crashed into an electronics store, you'd have something similar to the VooDoo Lounge at Hollywood Casino. Up front, there's a full bar flanked by giant, fiber-optic televisions, while on top of the bar is yet another giant screen and -- the stage? Yes, in a confusing (yet delightful) turn, musical acts perform on top of the bar, making them visibly accessible to both the floor and the balcony's cozy half-moon booths. And even if you're caught in the rear of the venue, mini-screens at the tables televise the onstage happenings. Such a lush, colorful and unique atmosphere makes the VooDoo an ideal place to catch your favorite local and national acts. More >>

  • IBAR

    777 Casino Center Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-770-8100

    http://www.harrahsstlouis.com Sitting not-so-quietly in the center of Harrah's Casino is the conceptual iBAR, a standing-only, waitstaff-served blackjack table for the gambler on the go. Beyond the gaming area is a more traditional bar, a place for parched gamblers to wet their whistle so that the cries of "Hit me!" resound loud and clear when the cards start low. And for those who crap out? The occasional small-piece band plays the "house just won again" blues. 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 >>

  • The Playhouse at Westport Plaza

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

    http://www.theplayhouseatwestport.com

  • Riverfront Records & Radio

    119 Brookside Court St Louis, MO 63146
    314-629-5412

    http://www.riverfrontradio.com

  • Steinway Piano Gallery

    12033 Dorsett Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-344-1133

  • Syberg

    Syberg's on Dorsett

    2430 Old Dorsett Road Maryland Heights, MO 63043
    314-785-0481

    http://www.sybergsdorsett.com The Maryland Heights location of Syberg's. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Westport Plaza

    Westport Plaza

    I-270 & Page Ave. Maryland Heights, MO 63146
    314-576-7100

    http://www.westportstl.com

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