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  • 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center

    2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center

    2720 Cherokee St. St Louis, MO 63118
    314-276-2700

    http://www.2720cherokee.com A central nighttime oases on Cherokee Street, this 20,000-square-foot behemoth features an ArtDimensions gallery on the second floor as just one element of its three stories full of neon lights and art. Hula hoopers, festive events and food trucks are no stranger to this popular weekend party pit. 2720 Cherokee brings in world-renowned DJs and dub steppers as well as a variety of reggaeton and miscellany to blast through a great big sound system, so expect to see ravers commingling with hipsters and hippies -- a truly utopian experience for the colorful club-hopper. More >>

  • Bruno

    Bruno's American Grill and Pub

    2652 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-769-9331

    http://www.brunosamericangrill.com Just south of Interstate 44, Bruno's American Grill serves up classic home cooking and pub grub. Diners can choose to sit in the large, separate dining room or in the spacious bar area. The bar also hosts live music and has two large TVs for sports fans to get their fix. Besides burgers, St. Louis-style pizza, soups, and standard appetizers such as toasted ravioli and potato skins, the restaurant also offers sandwiches, including a hot ham and cheese, and "pub platters," which are available after 4 p.m. and include items such as grilled pork chops, or opt for the house special (also available after 4 p.m.) -- fried chicken served with mashed potatoes and gravy. Bruno's has plenty of parking behind the restaurant. More >>

  • Casa Loma Ballroom

    Casa Loma Ballroom

    3354 Iowa Ave St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-282-2258

    http://www.casalomaballroom.com Built in 1927, the Casa Loma Ballroom's historic space off of south city's Cherokee Street has played host to lively events for decades. Once inside, visitors get transported into a magical venue of varying olden eras filled with swing dancing, jazz, burlesque and the south side's own living time capsule, Pokey Lafarge. With room for 850 guests, Casa Loma's room and catering is also available for wedding receptions, meetings and, of course, any event that involves cutting a rug. More >>

  • City Art Supply

    3215 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-5375

    http://www.cityartsupply.org

  • The Contemporary Art Space of Cardondelet

    7411 S. Broadway St Louis, MO 63111

  • Crossbones Bar and Grill

    Crossbones Bar and Grill

    5827 Broadway Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-353-2121

    A slick, bad-ass bar on South Broadway, Crossbones is just a little over a year old -- it's still remarkably clean, and the chrome-fronted bar still shines like the glistening exhaust pipe on your hog. You don't have to be a biker to love Crossbones, but you'd better get used to drinking with them. The good new is that you'll rarely find more interesting company. As it says above the bar: "Choppers til you die." More >>

  • El Lenador

    El Lenador

    3124 Cherokee St. Saint Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-2222

    http://www.lenador.com This hidden gem recently made the switch from banquet hall to bar and restaurant. The culture clash is immediately evident: Stained glass windows feature decidedly Germanic imps clutching beer steins, yet the name of the place is Spanish for "The Woodcutter." Walking into the bar, you may immediately start looking for one of two infamous TV characters, Special Agent Dale Cooper or Doctor Who -- did you time travel, or just walk into David Lynch's wet dream? The answer is, sort of both. The interior is an amber-preserved homage to the German Brewhaus of decades past: A hand-painted mural of the Black Forest and low-hanging chandeliers decorate the restaurant side, while kitschy petrified wood adorns the dim bar. Mexican food in an old German bar, and nary a German bier in sight? Si, bitte! More >>

  • Floating Laboratories

    Floating Laboratories

    4528 Ohio St. St. Louis, MO 63111

    http://www.floatinglaboratories.com Since its establishment in June 2009, Floating Laboratories has emerged as one of the premier St. Louis venues for outsider/underground music. Built into the bluffs along the Mississippi River, it offers a secluded, nurturing sanctuary for experimental troubadours, analog synthesis and art installation. Originally designed as a studio for founder Kevin Harris, the venue has evolved into a concert space showcasing acts ranging from free jazz thrashers Tiger Hatchery to Fluxus wonder Crank Sturgeon to ambient demigod Rene Hell. Blessed with beautiful acoustics fortified by vast colorful walls, the space is a treat for sound designers and listeners alike. In contrast to other venues, Floating Laboratories is enriched with an atmosphere; performers get beguiling views of the Mississippi, complete with tugboats in the distance and the occasional full moon. Whether it's art school professors, curious twentysomethings or avant-garde enthusiasts, the crowds return to satisfy their need for sonic identity and transcendental sound. More >>

  • Foam Coffee & Beer

    Foam Coffee & Beer

    3359 Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-2100

    http://www.facebook.com/FoamCoffeeandBeer?ref=ts Foam's spacious shop on Cherokee provides plenty of space to spread out, either for a long night of studying, or perhaps drinking over some choice entertainment in an intimate atmosphere. Nightly performances include everything from local and touring bands of all kinds to open mic night and live comedy. Belly up to Foam's counter for a coffee, tea, beer or cocktail, or get the best of both worlds with the house specialty "Kosmo" made with Kamora coffee liquer, vodka, espresso and cream over ice. Snacks include fresh baked cookies and mini pizzas, but whether or not you're hungry, make sure you come thirsty. More >>

  • Fred

    Fred's 6 Foot Under

    5510 Virginia Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-4500

    Fred's Six Foot Under has the feel of a private club, albeit one where you enter through the kitchen of the restaurant upstairs, the mystery of food preparation garishly laid out under fluorescent lights. But there's nothing garish about the confines below: It's a musical oasis where cramped quarters make for fast friends. The Chippewa Chapel Open Mic night every Thursday is almost, but not quite, as legendary as the bar's namesake and affable bartender, Fred Friction. Iron Barley lent him its basement after Friction's bar Frederick's Music Lounge closed in 2006, and the rest is history. The teeny room only holds 30 people amid its collection of mid-century flair and pop-meets-folk art, but a small sign above the stage reads "Chapel," letting you know you've found the perfect synthesis of unlikely characters, awesome tunes and booze - a sacred combination. More >>

  • Halfway Haus

    Halfway Haus

    7900 Michigan Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-256-0101

    http://www.facebook.com/thehalfwayhaus Halfway Haus is a new bar and venue in the historic South Carondelet neighborhood. The bar is so named because it's at the midpoint between the owners' other properties, The Patch Tavern and the Temtor. Halfway Haus has Magic Hat, Pabst and the obligatory Schlafly on tap, as well as a wine list curated by A. Bommarito Wines. There's no kitchen on site, but they'll let you order food in from nearby Kim's Pizza. The long room is pretty spare, but the place comes alive when the bands, duos and solo acoustic acts get a-strummin'. If the evening is fine, the bartender will throw open the garage door that separates the bar area from the patio. More >>

  • The Heavy Anchor

    The Heavy Anchor

    5226 Gravois Ave. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-352-5226

    http://www.theheavyanchor.com Known for its penchant to host a rowdy concert or two, The Heavy Anchor is part music venue, part watering hole. A thick wall divides the two halves, so the uninterested can drink in peace or join the fray of wild heathens on the music side. The bartenders serve cocktails in Mason jars, Heavy Anchor pins to festive-up that tatty punk jacket, and, just in case your Franzia problem is so out of control that you need a fix even in full view of strangers, boxed wine. The venue itself features a mid-level stage and a full-size sound booth, but it's the kind of place where bands feel comfortable enough to skip the stage and perform on the floor should they so desire. Nautical decor stretches from wall to wall with oceanic artifacts and vibrant paintings including a glaring narwhal and a friendly blue octopus toppling a cityscape with its tentacles. Located near Bevo Mill, The Heavy Anchor is a prime spot for shuffleboard playing with a regulation board and plenty of seating. Additionally weekly festivities include the likes of movie nights and trivia. You'll find local brews on tap, as well as such hometown munchies as Dogtown pizza, Billy Goat chips and Gus' pretzels. More >>

  • The Heavy Anchor

    5226 Gravois Ave. St Louis, MO 63116
    314-352-5226

  • Hideaway Restaurant & Lounge

    Hideaway Restaurant & Lounge

    5900 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-645-8822

    The Hideaway lives up to its name. Tucked away just off the corner of Hampton and Arsenal in south city, the low-lit piano bar is brimming with a nostalgic glow and anonymous charm. Patrons young and old alike can enjoy a chest warming cocktail on a brisk winter evening and soak in the ambiance as lounge singers croon melodramatic melodies while twinkling the ivories. More >>

  • Hummel

    Hummel's Pub

    7101 S. Broadway Saint Louis, MO 63111
    314-353-5080

    http://www.myspace.com/hummelspub Situated smack in the middle of the charming industrial desolation of South Broadway, Hummel's Pub is a nifty little gay bar that seems a little out of place this far south. It gives every appearance of being your run-of-the-mill, blue-collar gloryhole, where you'd expect to be drinking with bricklayers or off-duty cops. But even if we missed the rainbow flag and neon "Pride" sign adorning the walls, the biceps on the bartender should have been a dead giveaway. Hummel's hosts a competitive dart league, very friendly regulars and an eclectic weekend crowd - but no draft beer. Bottles up! More >>

  • Iron Barley

    Iron Barley

    5510 Virginia Ave. St. Louis, MO 63111
    314-351-4500

    http://www.ironbarley.com Hoosier food is elevated to haute status at this unassuming South St. Louis outpost, where chef and owner Tom Coghill (previously head kitchen honcho at Frazer's Brown Bag) wields his cast-iron cookware to produce unbelievable creations: oak-roasted pork and chicken, toasted barley, green beans with bacon and onion, barley paella, hot smoked salmon and more. Coghill goes for broke and hits the jackpot with sweet-salty-spicy combos, like the Ballistic Elvis Sammiche (or sandwich, to the unenlightened): American cheese, strawberry preserves, sliced bananas, peanut butter and red pepper flakes. Just-plain-folk service and kitschy-cute Southern décor round out the experience -- one that's worth having over and over, and cozy outdoor bar and patio make it worth stopping in casually whenever the hunger strikes. More >>

  • Jefferson Avenue Bistro

    Jefferson Avenue Bistro

    3701 S. Jefferson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-9200

    http://www.jeffersonbistro.com Located just north of Chippewa Street in south city, Jefferson Avenue Bistro caters to the bar crowd and anyone looking for a cheap, quick bite to eat. There's plenty of seating inside and a small front patio for warm-weather days. For breakfast, Jefferson Avenue Bistro serves up the staples: omelets, pancakes, and eggs. Lunch and dinner bring pizza, burritos, sandwiches and burgers, including a Mexican burger featuring onions, cheese, jalapeños, peppers, crushed red pepper, salsa and sour cream. More >>

  • Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center

    Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center

    3301 Lemp Ave. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-1096

    http://www.lemp-arts.org "No drugs, no booze, no jerks," is a frequent credo for the Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center. This multi-purpose, non-profit space is a frequent host to intimate concerts, from bands so far off the radar that Google doesn't know their name to internationally renowned masters of instrument. The Lemp's ethos are commendable - shows are never more than $5 and always all-ages, so they're mindful of the youngsters. Lemp Director Mark Sarich also hosts Orchestrating Diversity, a summer program teaching inner-city high schoolers to play classical instruments. There's a tangible sense of community among the art-damaged regulars, and "DIY or DIE" is their cattle call. More >>

  • Livery Company

    Livery Company

    3211 Cherokee St. St Louis, MO 63118

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Livery-Company/224285717640733?rf=127004470782726 Livery Company, in the Cherokee Arts District, combines the charms of a dimly lit dive with a vintage speakeasy-style vibe. Utilizing its small stage, the casual chill spot hosts cover-free music events put on by local musicians on most weekends in addition to open mics, karaoke and trivia throughout the week. The bar, built by owner Emily Ebeling's father with materials from an old schoolhouse, accompanies decor and paraphernalia that harkens back to Cherokee's previous heyday in the '40s and '50s. Livery Company uses many small batch liquors, including locally made spirits and beers such as St. Louis Distillery's Cardinal Sin Vodka and Square One Distillery liquors. Plenty of inspiration from New Orleans comes in the form of small batch bourbons, Sazerac made with Herbsaint and Pimm's Cup alongside south city staples of Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller High Life. South St. Louis Pizza Company offers snacks for hungry bar-goers. More >>

  • LoRusso

    LoRusso's Cucina

    3121 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-647-6222

    http://www.lorussos.com A classy family-owned Italian restaurant off the Hill but very much in its spirit. You'll find local favorites like toasted ravioli and veal Parmesan made with Provel in addition to the eponymous cheese, but the broad menu also features such Old World dishes as escargot in garlic-herb butter and the Italian seafood stew cioppino. There are more than a dozen pasta dishes, including numerous vegetarian options, and meat lovers will enjoy strip steak topped with Asiago cheese, pork osso buco or a fourteen-ounce veal chop milanese. The lengthy wine list boasts numerous brawny Italian reds and a few cult California cabernets. More >>

  • Los Punk

    Los Punk

    2709 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-932-5411

    Born out of the need to simply have some fun, Los Punk on south city's Cherokee Street has cold brews and hot daily special street food. The punk rock saloon features a variety of music -- everything from cow-punk to reggae -- in the back of the corner on some nights and serves as a low-key watering hole otherwise. Grab a chair on the back patio while pork steaks get thrown on the grill, or snack on some "Mississippi caviar," a bean dip, at the bar. More >>

  • Luna Lounge

    Luna Lounge

    4561 Gravois Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63116
    314-481-5862

    http://www.letseat.at/Luna Luna Lounge is not a Bosnian bar. Let's get that straight right off the bat. Located smack in the middle of a primarily Bosnian neighborhood in south city, Luna Lounge is an eclectic, friendly joint with a decidedly American feel. The exquisite bar is a 1904 original with the words "Speak not easy, speak not loud. With a friend over a glass, all is confided," carved auf Deutsch at the top. Exposed brick walls, a slate-and-marble bartop (with extra points for the sparkly glitter grout) and hardwood floors take the room from pseudo-sports bar to classy saloon. Of course we should disclose that we're partial to any place that's as in tune with our needs as Luna Lounge. Why yes, friendly bartender, we'd love a take-home St. Louis-style pizza! More >>

  • Malle

    Malle's

    3506 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139
    314-352-5566

    It's not just the video games and cheap beer that make Malle's feel like a frat house on a weeknight, circa 2002. More important is the familiarity evident in the crowd of twenty and thirtysomethings, who all reach out to be a bro to one another while Jackass and Sports Center play above the bar and the DJ cranks Nelly and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Game night drink specials make Malle's a great place to chillax or maybe even sing some karaoke. More >>

  • Melt

    Melt

    2712 Cherokee Street St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-6358

    https://www.facebook.com/meltoncherokee Weekend owls now have a new place to perch. Melt, originally located in the south Carondelet neighborhood, moved to Cherokee Street, expanding everything from its square-footage and menu to its hours and entertainment initiatives. Serving up savory and sweet waffles, wheat grass shots and an array of beverages (including a full bar), Melt's prepared to meet late night appetites, not to mention hungry breakfast-goers. One of its new location expansions includes a live music stage, so stay tuned for some events of its own. More >>

  • The Melvin Theater

    2912 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63118

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