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  • Cafe Eau

    Cafe Eau

    212 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-454-9000

    http://www.chaseparkplaza.com Inside the swanky Chase Park Plaza next to the Eau Bistro, hotel guests and St. Louis locals alike can pop into Cafe Eau for an upscale dining experience. Take a seat in one of the high-backed booths or opt for a pool-adjacent table outside on nice evenings. The menu includes flat breads such as the Hill (Italian sausage, capicola, prosciutto, pepperoncini, Provel and tomato sauce), T-ravs, burgers, ribs and salads. Local bands and DJs offer music during the late-night hours, when you can barely see the bar over all the gelled, beautiful heads in front of it. More >>

  • Chaser

    Chaser's Lounge

    212 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-633-1000

    http://www.chaseparkplaza.com Chasers is nestled in the Chase Park Plaza, right behind the entrance to the movie theater in this beautiful old Central West End hotel complex. It's a tiny hotel bar and somewhat oddly situated, thanks to the teeming thoroughfare through the lobby and in and out of the movies. But there's a good selection of basic spirits here, and at night when live jazz is smoothly wafting from one end of the lounge to the other, everything else seems to melt away. More >>

  • Club Viva!

    Club Viva!

    408 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-0322

    http://www.clubvivastl.com/web/ For those looking to dance to a different beat, the small-but-always-packed Club Viva! offers world music five nights a week. Hidden in plain sight in an alley just off bustling Euclid Avenue, this club still manages to feel miles away from the sports bars and boutique shops of the Central West End. Hour-long dance lessons are free prior to Latin nights, and the diverse crowd is always friendly and willing to give pointers. Freewheeling bartenders serve up tasty nightly specials, and though most of the music pumping through Club Viva! is via DJ, the club also occasionally attracts international reggae acts. More >>

  • Dressel

    Dressel's

    419 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-1060

    http://www.dresselspublichouse.com Dressel’s is a St. Louis institution, the Platonic ideal of a Welsh pub and one of the very best spots in town for a pint of good beer and cultured conversation. Which makes the trick that owner Ben Dressel and chef Michael Miller have pulled all the more impressive: Without robbing Dressel’s of any of its charms, they have elevated its food to among the best in town. The dishes are unfussy but elegant and deeply flavored. Recent standouts have included trout over a celery-root purée, chicken paired with a classic panzanella bread salad and deviled eggs flavored with ham hock and wasabi. Never fear: Dressel’s pub essentials (the burger, the chips and rarebit) are still available, and still as delicious as ever. More >>

  • The Drunken Fish-Central West End

    The Drunken Fish-Central West End

    1 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-4222

    http://www.drunkenfish.com Trendy Central West End spot Drunken Fish, brainchild of Munsok So, brings sushi with a club twist. New-style sashimi offerings include red snapper carpaccio and yellowtail Mexicano, which adds jalapeño pico de gallo and ponzu sauce to the mix. Sake cocktails provide a buzz to go with the fish. This posh sushi lounge also features national and local DJs spinning techno, house and jungle every night. The West Port spot has more of a restaurant feel than the clubbier Central West End location, but no matter which Drunken Fish you choose, make sure your wallet is loaded More >>

  • Llywelyn

    Llywelyn's Pub-CWE

    4747 McPherson Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-3003

    http://www.llywelynspub.com Over the past few years Llywelyn's has branched out from its original Central West End location to Webster Groves, Soulard, St. Charles, WingHaven and Wildwood. With a wide selection of draught beers from around the world and some of the best pub food in the city it's become a go-to spot for Soulard residents, lover's of fine imported brews and young weekend bar-hoppers alike. Unique features at the Central West End location include an expansive beer garden and the "Loft," a separate bar area complete with a cozy lounge. More >>

  • Bar Italia

    Bar Italia

    13 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-7010

    http://www.baritaliastl.com Given the sophistication of Bar Italia, it comes as no surprise that the late-night hotspot adjacent to it, Luna Lounge, sits demurely behind a velvet curtain. Luxurious without being stuffy, this upscale bar offers unobtrusive jazz to complement the swank surroundings - although after sampling a few of the dizzyingly delicious European-inspired beverages from behind the bar, you may just find yourself gleefully singing along. More >>

  • Maryland House at Brennan

    Maryland House at Brennan's

    4659A Maryland Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-9444

    Located in the Central West End, Maryland House at Brennan's offers a high-end drinking experience, with several wines, cocktails and beers to choose from. It only offers small meat and cheese plates to graze on, and the ambiance at the Maryland House steers patrons more toward drinking than eating. A large bar, thoughtfully placed artwork adorning the walls and private, members-only rooms and spaces contribute to the upscale atmosphere at this CWE spot. Maryland House at Brennan's also offers some outdoor seating along Maryland Avenue, and cigars are sold at the bar. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Sub Zero Vodka Bar

    Sub Zero Vodka Bar

    308 N. Euclid Ave. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-367-1200

    http://www.subzerovodkabar.com If Tolstoy lived in present-day St. Louis, he'd certainly drop by Sub Zero Vodka Bar for his daily alcohol fix; the bar prides itself on offering the "the largest selection of vodka in the world." With a vast assortment of the classic hair-of-the-dog staple -- unique infused-vodka flavors include four pepper/sun-dried tomato, Stoli with ginger and Stoli with cucumber -- even the most discerning drinker will find the perfect taste. Furthermore, Sub Zero offers both sushi and more variations on the burger than most diners could eat in a lifetime. You can build your own by mixing and matching different meats (Black Angus, American Kobe beef as well as turkey, vegetarian and other options) with cheeses, vegetables and other toppings. Or you can choose one of the restaurant's custom-made burgers, such as a pairing of American Kobe beef with lobster, or the "Slinger" -- a Black Angus patty topped with cheese, a fried egg and a healthy scoop of chili. More >>

  • Tenderloin Room

    Tenderloin Room

    232 N. Kingshighway Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-361-0900

    http://www.tenderloinroom.com The Tenderloin Room is an old-fashioned steakhouse in a grand hotel, the Chase Park Plaza. The restaurant's original 1922 woodwork has been restored to a burnished splendor, and it's worth the price of admission just to see it. Bask in the clubby Jazz Age milieu as plates of aged prime beef and veal chops are set before you by deft waiters gliding about the sumptuous room in starched white shirts and freshly pressed trousers. You can find food in town that's cleverer, but you can't buy a meal that's classier. More >>

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