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  • African Musical Arts, Inc.

    3547 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-4052

    http://www.africanchorus.org African Musical Arts, Inc. vision is to share traditional and contemporary African art music (or classical music) to showcase a the broad and rich diversity of Africa's musical arts and cultures. More >>

  • The Fox Theatre

    The Fox Theatre

    527 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1111

    http://www.fabulousfox.com The Fox Theatre deserves every bit of its "fabulous" reputation - it's a cathedral for the arts, and any seat in the house is prime for worship. The exquisite ceilings and ornate Siamese Byzantine decor alone will impress even the most jaded concert-goers, and its grandiose fabulousity is often mentioned by the performers who grace its illustrious stage. The grand theater, with its spiraling staircases and tiered seating, is the perfect host to both Broadway spectaculars and big-name musical acts. More >>

  • Jazz at the Bistro

    Jazz at the Bistro

    3536 Washington Ave St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-289-4030

    http://www.jazzstl.org/jazz-at-the-bistro/ Jazz at the Bistro is the main performance venue for the nonprofit Jazz St. Louis, but it's also a classic jazz club that frequently appears on lists of the best of its type in the country. A low-key, medium-size room where you can literally dine with the performers, the Bistro features multiple night stands by some of the hottest names in instrumental and vocal jazz -- and complements the music with a delicious menu and a tempting wine list. Performers rave about the good acoustics; patrons will be pleased with the equally good sightlines. More >>

  • Kranzberg Arts Center

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    501 N Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-533-0367

    http://www.kranzbergartscenter.org/ The Kranzberg Arts Center, a non-profit organization located in Grand Center, hosts a variety of creative endeavors. From exhibits to theater productions and music performances of all kinds, the schizophrenic calendar contains a plethora of options for the curious art lover to enjoy in its spaces. Sounds from the Kranzberg's stage varies from night-to-night, featuring everything from jazz and indie rock to hip-hop and experimental improvisation. The intimate studio setting helps visitors feel like a part of the experience rather than just an onlooker at show. More >>

  • The Paragon Theatre

    1911 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-241-7701

    http://www.theparagonstl.com/

  • Plush

    Plush

    3224 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-535-2686

    http://www.plushstl.com/index.html With 40,000 square feet to play with, Plush is a truly unique bar, restaurant, and music venue located just east of Grand Center in Midtown. You can sit down most nights of the week and enjoy a menu full of eclectic American food that borders on greasy spoon but with modern twists (meatloaf cupcakes, for example). Dinner and lunch are served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, with kitchen hours extending to 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. And Brunch lovers can hit up Plush on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Whichever meal you choose, a variety of coffee and espresso drinks, as well as a full selection of beers, wines, and cocktails are available. Plush’s venue side has music several nights each week, while the second floor houses a smaller room for more intimate shows along with pool and ping-pong tables. Plush also has two spaces - a second-floor parlor and the building’s fourth-floor penthouse – both available for private events. RFT named Plush the "Best New Bar" in 2012, and things have only gotten better for this jack-of-all-trades, one-of-a-kind establishment. More >>

  • Powell Symphony Hall

    Powell Symphony Hall

    718 N. Grand Blvd St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-1700

    http://stlsymphony.org There are many reasons to relish a trip to Powell Symphony Hall in Midtown. There's the beautiful old edifice, a converted movie palace restored to gorgeous splendor, from the gold leaf in the domed ceiling to the Art Deco proscenium and the plush crimson seats and carpet. There's the excited buzz in the lobby, where the monied old codgers whose donations keep the building open rub elbows (if unintentionally) with the college kids who scored $10 rush tickets -- all of them dressed in their finest because a Saturday-night performance here is an event. There's the orchestra, a rich, well-tuned instrument, one of the finest in the U.S. And then there's musical director David Robertson. An accomplished musician who has received armfuls of awards and whose conducting skills are in demand all over the world. More >>

  • The Sheldon

    The Sheldon

    3648 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108
    314-533-9900

    http://www.thesheldon.org Located in the heart of St. Louis's arts district, The Sheldon is the most acoustically perfect venue in town, hosting a variety of folk, rock, jazz and cabaret acts. The inimitable sound produced in the semicircular room renders the butt-numbing chairs barely noticeable. The Sheldon's small size can lead to inflated ticket prices, but this is one venue in St. Louis whose shows are actually worth every penny. More >>

  • The Stage at KDHX

    3524 Washington Ave St. Louis, MO 63103

  • Vito

    Vito's

    3515 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-534-8486

    http://vitosstl.com/ Every college kid worth his Animal House poster knows that pizza is the staff of life, so it's wise of Vito La Fata III to run his business on the eastern edge of Saint Louis University. But make no mistake: These aren't your typical, greasy, gotta-get-through-finals pies. La Fata's pizzas are for the connoisseur. The perfectly chewy crust is lifted into the stratosphere by zippy tomato sauce, mozzarella and super-fresh toppings. The number of choices (from traditional pizza margherita to an ooh-la-la shrimp-and-artichoke pie) can make for tough decisions, but you really can't go wrong. And don't forget to ask for fresh basil -- it's grown in the garden out back. More >>

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