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  • 2nd Street and Morgan Street Stage

    710 N. 2nd St. St. Louis, MO 63102

  • Aqua Lounge

    999 N. 2nd St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-881-7777

    http://www.lumiereplace.com/aqua.aspx

  • BB

    BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups

    700 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-436-5222

    http://www.bbsjazzbluessoups.com In a town with as many blues enthusiasts as St. Louis, the question of which blues club is best can be a topic of spirited discussion. BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups inhabits a historic brick buildings that oozes atmosphere, and it offers a first-rate selection of local and touring performers. BB's features a varied schedule of musical acts, a large year-round seating capacity and full-service kitchen specializing in Cajun and Creole food, in addition to a selection of American bar food. More >>

  • Beale on Broadway

    Beale on Broadway

    701 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-621-7880

    http://www.bealeonbroadway.com Taking its name from Memphis' famed Beale Street, this small, boxy club has a little bit of every Southern river city in its hardwood and brick. Red track lighting runs along the base of the bar, Mardi Gras masks are pinned to the walls, and a wooden piano sits by the entrance, just begging to be played. Plenty of canned blues fill the room when the live music takes time off, and in the summer an outdoor patio and bar easily double the venue's capacity making this S. Broadway haunt a go-to stop after any Cardinals home game. More >>

  • Broadway Oyster Bar

    Broadway Oyster Bar

    736 S. Broadway St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-621-8811

    http://www.broadwayoysterbar.com A true taste of N'awlins awaits you at this party-time Cajun/Creole dive, housed in a 150-year-old historic building in the shadows of Busch Stadium and downtown. Order up a mess of crawfish, fried alligator, jambalaya or gumbo (the house recipe, known as Gumbo Ya Ya, is mixed with shrimp, chicken and andouille sausage), or go for one of the five grinders or five varieties of oysters on the half-shell. The Big Easy ain't just found in the flavors, though: Broadway Oyster Bar is also a great place to see national jazz, blues and zydeco acts seven days a week. Nowhere else in town can you eat gator meat and oysters and hear live music. The regulars know it, and they pack the bar so full it makes you wonder if N'awlins natives aren't coming up here for a slice o' blues, St. Louis-style. Laissez le bon temps rouler, indeed. More >>

  • The Crack Fox

    The Crack Fox

    1114 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-621-6900

    http://www.crackfoxbar.com At The Crack Fox, visitors can feel free to let their freak flag fly or simply play the role of a leisurely standby. All are welcome at this eclectic downtown dive -- just don't be surprised to see anything from burlesque and drag performances one night to bondage and gotchic industrial garb the next. EDM spins, karaoke, open mics, metal shows and more also make up the list of participatory alternative entertainment offered here, and there's a huge selection of beer and handcrafted cocktails to wash it all down with. Take, for instance, the "ginger snap" made with ginger vodka, cinnamon Schnapps and lemonade. Come in to pick your poison and meet the cast of friendly fun-loving regulars, and don't forget to bring an open mind. More >>

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    1820 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-621-7625

    http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/st-louis/ St. Louis' version of the popular tourist and music-fan destination Hard Rock Café sits in downtown's Union Station. The restaurant's décor stays true to its brethren - memorabilia covers the walls, with information posted for each item. Highlights include one of Diana Ross' dresses and a Bo Diddley guitar. After guests take some time to peruse the many rock artifacts, they can digest the extensive menu. Hard Rock Café's selections include typical American fare - nachos, wings and quesadillas for appetizers, and sandwiches, steaks and a hefty burger menu for the main course. More >>

  • Harry

    Harry's

    2144 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-421-6969

    http://www.harrysrestaurantandbar.com Harry's offers world-class picture-postcard views out the windows and some equally world-class scenes on the plate. The kitchen tosses in luxury ingredients such as saffron, foie gras and sevruga caviar for a top-of-the-line menu. Its cozy bar, cathedral-ceilinged dining room and back-room atrium (which features local jazz and rock bands) makes it a popular hangout for young professionals and couples out on the town. And though Harry's is open year-round, its summertime patio takes the cake. Larger than the indoor space, with a giant stage to host musical acts and an incredible view of Union Station, there is no better place to sip a Salty Dog. More >>

  • Heartbreakers

    700 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-707-7049

    http://www.heartbreakersrnrsaloon.com

  • Lombardo

    Lombardo's Trattoria

    201 S. 20th St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-621-0666

    http://www.lombardosrestaurants.com Lombardo's history in St. Louis dates back to 1934 with a fruit-and-vegetable stand at Riverview Boulevard and Florissant Avenue in north St. Louis. Today the restaurant family includes Lombardo's Restaurant, Carmine's and Lombardo's Trattoria. The trattoria offers the white linen-tablecloth experience for lunch and dinner. At lunch, Lombardo's menu offers fare such as a turkey club, salmon BLT and a steak burger, while dinner serves up a concise menu of upscale Italian options, with pastas as well as chicken, steak, veal and seafood entrées. More >>

  • The Lot

    21st & Locust St. Louis, MO 63103

    http://www.mstl.org/lot/index.html

  • Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel

    Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel

    999 N. Second St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-881-7777

    http://www.lumiereplace.com Lumiere Place is the premier gambling and entertainment mecca in downtown St. Louis. It's an immense cathedral to decadence; the 75,000-square-foot gaming floor is crammed with more slot machines, roulette tables and Wheels of Fortune than you can shake a stick at, and you'll find the most fascinating collection of persons in the joint, from grandmas neatly pulling sick stacks of twenties out of the many ATMs to awed, fresh-faced college students popping their casino cherries. Hotel Lumiere is Missouri's one and only AAA Diamond hotel, and the lighting is informed by the incomparable work of Dale Chihuly and the Aqua Lounge boasts local and national touring acts a few nights a week. Casinos don't get much better than this. More >>

  • Maggie O

    Maggie O'Brien's

    2000 Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-421-1388

    http://www.maggieobriens.com If you count down the days until St. Patty's Day, Maggie O'Brien's is the place for you. The Irish-themed restaurant, which opened downtown in 1979, serves up traditional pub grub, including T-ravs, wings, burgers and sandwiches and St. Louis-style ribs, with Irish fare such as corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips and Irish beef stew. Diners can stick around and watch the game at Maggie's or stop by after: The bar stays open until 3 a.m. More >>

  • Paddy O

    Paddy O'Reilly's

    618 S. Seventh St. St. Louis, MO 63102
    314-588-7313

  • Peabody Opera House

    Peabody Opera House

    14th St. and Market St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-1888

    http://www.peabodyoperahouse.com Formerly the Kiel Opera House, the Peabody is St. Louis's newest concert venue. With 3,000 seats, the Peabody is more Fox than Pageant, and its capacity falls right between the two, which have 4,000 and 2,500 seats respectively. The grand opening gala featured ultra A-listers Jay Leno and Aretha Franklin, and Wilco sold the place out quicker than you can say Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. More >>

  • The Pepper Lounge

    The Pepper Lounge

    2005 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-2005

    http://www.thepepperlounge.com Walking into the resplendent Pepper Lounge, the phrase "spare no expense" comes to mind. From the staff to the leather fascia on the doors, everything about Pepper is posh. Heck, even the hallway to the bathroom and the back room are nice enough to get married in. This nightspot is where the genetically blessed come to mingle with River City's elite (think Cardinals, Rams and Blues in the flesh) and sip serious cocktails. Don't leave without ordering a martini, because Pepper's skilled bartenders muddle, twist, splash and scoop their way to greatness - the True Blood is a mind-blowing concoction with freshly macerated strawberries and just enough balsamic to catapult this 'tini into the stratosphere. On Saturdays, the space in the three large rooms is tighter than the tube dresses painted on the well-heeled clientele. More >>

  • Poelker Park

    Tucker and Chestnut St. Louis, MO 63102

  • Roberts Orpheum Theater

    Roberts Orpheum Theater

    416 N. Ninth St. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-588-0388

    http://www.orpheum-theater.com/orpheum_theater_st_louis.php For too many years the stunning American Theatre declined, and eventually the owner stopped booking shows there altogether. Anyone who ever attended a concert in the classically designed old theater was ecstatic when it reopened, rehabilitated to its former grandeur. Welcome to this downtown home for nationally touring performers of all stripes and one-off events ranging from fashion shows to electronic paloozas. More >>

  • Schlafly Tap Room

    Schlafly Tap Room

    2100 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-2337

    http://www.schlafly.com The Schlafly Tap Room, opened in 1991, was the first brewery to open in Missouri since Prohibition, paving the way for more breweries in St. Louis. There are generally around 16-18 hand-crafted beers available on tap in the historic brick and timber building. The appetizer list includes pub favorites such as French fries, pretzels and beer bread, with a surprise or two like frog legs and pickled herring. There are five variations on the traditional English “Moules - Frites” plate. Hearty sandwiches and entrees round out the full menu. Live music can be heard Thursday through Sunday and the restaurant regularly hosts events, such as the Belgian Beer and Mussel Festival, Oyster Fest and various beer tastings. More >>

  • Scottrade Center

    Scottrade Center

    1401 Clark Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-1888

    http://www.scottradecenter.com During the frigid winter months, this 20,000-seat arena is the Blues' home sweet home. But every now and again, the ice makes way for monumental showstoppers with jaw-dropping stage set-ups (think Springsteen, Lady Gaga or Nine Inch Nails, and yes, even The Bieber). Concertgoers looking for the VIP experience can rack up seats in 91 suites, 1,700 club seats and seven party rooms. More >>

  • Syberg

    Syberg's on Market

    2211 Market St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-231-2430

    http://www.sybergsmarket.com Located just west of Union Station, the downtown location of Syberg's provides nine-to-fivers and Blues fans alike a spot to stop in and grab a drink and a bite to eat. The menu features a variety of Cajun fare and seafood, including shark chunks (grilled mako shark). Syberg's also serves up traditional St. Louis favorites: toasted ravioli, Provel on many entrées, including the Cajun chicken Philly, and, of course, thin-crust pizza. More >>

  • Thaxton Speakeasy

    Thaxton Speakeasy

    1009 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63101
    314-241-3279

    http://www.thaxtonspeakeasy.com The Thaxton Speakeasy strives to be an out-of-the-way oasis in the middle of downtown St. Louis. Located in the basement of the epically beautiful Art Deco Thaxton Building, it requires patrons to bypass the inviting glass windows and make their way to the clandestine alley entrance - you'll need a password for a discounted cover, but it's conveniently located on their website. Take a minute to devour the visual delights in the lobby before descending to the bar below. The dance floor is in the middle of the room, and the crowd is exceedingly jovial - we've got to assume it's those cherry moonshine cocktails. Pro tip: Unless you grew up swilling the stuff, that maraschino cherry marinated in moonshine will knock you flat. More >>

  • Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    Tin Can Tavern & Grille-Downtown

    1909 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-9330

    http://www.tincantavern.com More spacious than its older sister on Morganford Road, the downtown Tin Can Tavern specializes in canned beer, as its name would suggest, with selections ranging from tried-and-true Bud Light and PBR to rarer treats such as Old Speckled Hen and Sapporo, with just about everything else in between. While the staggering beer list is a highlight, Tin Can's menu offers more than the standard pub grub. Appetizers include popcorn on the cob and mini corn dogs, while heftier fare includes an array of sandwiches (including a fried bologna sandwich), pizzas and comfort food entrees such as meat loaf, pot roast and fried chicken. More >>

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