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  • Beauty Bar

    7001 Lansdowne Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-647-5400

    http://www.beautybarstl.com

  • The Famous Bar

    The Famous Bar

    5213 Chippewa Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-832-2211

    http://www.thefamousbar.com The drink is the thing at Famous Bar. You may not find the ambitious pre-Prohibition cocktails that everyone and their mother is trying to do these days, but you will find a solid menu of martinis, margs, shots, cocktails and (oh yeah!) kick-ass, multiple-award-winning bloody marys. The Famous Bar is designed for drinking and flirting and laughing and dancing. And by punning on the name of the long-lost department store just a few blocks down the street, the Famous Bar achieves genius. More >>

  • Johnny Gitto

    Johnny Gitto's

    6997 Chippewa St. St. Louis, MO 63109
    314-781-8111

    http://www.charliegittos.com The Gitto family name in St. Louis is synonymous with Italian food. Please note, however, that Johnny's is a jewel of a different cut from Charlie's. The menu features familiar Italian food, including salads, pastas, pizza, and risotto, but this River Des Peres outpost is better known for late night libations and wall-to-wall crowds. At around 10 p.m., Johnny Gitto's turns into one of those curious institutions that we call “a 3 a.m.” Those showing up after midnight will find loud music, and St. Louisians of all stripes vying for their chance to shine on the karaoke stage. Designated driver beware: Johnny's does have parking, but as the night wears on, finding a spot is tricky indeed. More >>

  • Macklind at Devonshire

    Macklind Ave. at Devonshire Ave. St. Louis, MO 63109

    http://www.macklindbd.com/macklindbd.com/Macklind_Days.html

  • Stan

    Stan's Bar

    5007 Macklind Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63109
    314-481-9990

    Stan's (formerly Keith's) Bar is a bustling south-side dive filled with friendly regulars and friendlier bartenders. Cold domestic beer flows from the well-worn taps and hearty grub arrives quickly. Natural light from the fenestrated front wall illuminates framed posters of classic hard rock bands while sports play on a number of televisions. A reportedly raucous karaoke night takes place every Friday night on the corner stage. Come for the comfortable atmosphere and the twelve-hour happy hour from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; stay to watch your friend humiliate herself as she belts out "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" in front of bemused spectators. More >>

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