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  • Absolutli Goosed Martini Bar

    Absolutli Goosed Martini Bar

    3196 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-771-9300

    http://www.absolutligoosed.com You might be the straightest Glenn Beck fan in St. Louis County with zero interest in the fabulous life, but you'd still be an idiot to write off Absolutli Goosed. This award-winning gay and lesbian lounge has one of the most expansive martini menus in the city, with names like Pussy Galore, Banana Hammock and Dixie Normous, as well as a laundry list of sips that won't make your grandma blush. Not sure what to order? Belly up to the smooth sea-green bar and ask for a recommendation. The obliging barkeep might even treat you to an off-menu drink like the Basil Smash: grapefruit vodka, lemon, simple syrup and muddled basil. More >>

  • Apop Records

    Apop Records

    2831 Cherokee St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-6575

    http://www.apoprecords.com Apop Records is an audiophile's wet dream. Upstairs, you'll find the most obscure vinyl, CDs, cassettes, zines, mags, pulp books and VHS tapes around. In the evenings, this esoteric record shop often plays host to live acts from out of town including experimental, noise, punk, acerbic rock and everything in between. The unearthly sounds heard therein can either delight or terrify, and oftentimes, both at once. More >>

  • CBGB

    CBGB

    3163 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/CBGB/152351778121790 As a pseudo bar-cade and punk venue, CBGBs carries the dive bar aesthetic on its sleeve. GBGB has cheap beer, good jams and great people. Grab a cold PBR and hit the arcade cocktail table or the Pac-Man machine. Shuffeboard, pinball and darts provide more entertainment options in the next room. On a lucky night, the bar gets packed with show-goers and live music, ranging from dirty bar rock to snotty punk. Plenty of ashtrays and bar stools occupy the space, so smokers won’t need to bear the weather of the outside world. However, for the outdoor-inclined, a spacious patio with wooden benches provides ample seating. The building itself looks distinctly St. Louis, carrying with it a classic style preserved by punk culture. CBGB stands as the solid regular hang for the brazen barfly. More >>

  • Mangia Italiano

    Mangia Italiano

    3145 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-8585

    http://www.dineatmangia.com Those who remember Mangia Italiano as a cramped, smoky, funky 3 a.m. bar that just happened to serve tasty pastas, pizzas and sandwiches might be shocked by recent developments. The South Grand mainstay has expanded, adding a spacious and -- gasp! -- nonsmoking dining room as well as a lengthy late night menu. Live entertainment in the form of DJ spins, live music and karaoke await after the dinner rush dies down every night of the week. The vibe remains casual, and the menu continues to feature such signature dishes as duck ravioli and pizzas named after characters from Roman mythology. Fifteen drafts await, the majority including local taps, along with an extensive wine list and homemade infusions like apple pie moonshine, organic limoncello, aged sangria and strawberry lemongrass tequila. More >>

  • The Paragon Theatre

    1911 Locust St. St. Louis, MO 63103

  • Riley

    Riley's Pub

    3458 Arsenal St. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-664-7474

    Located on Arsenal Street, one block east of Grand Boulevard, Riley's Pub features St. Louis-style pizza served piping hot in a corner-bar atmosphere in south city. There are no DJs, dress code or gimmicks, just drinks and a jukebox. The interior is old-school: In its dim, high-backed booths, you'll feel equally comfortable sharing a pitcher of Guinness with an intimate group of friends or penning your first novel while knocking back shots of Jameson. Daily food and drink specials are written on a big chalkboard above the large, dark wooden bar, and Riley's has live Irish music weekly and $5 St. Louis-style pizzas on Monday and Tuesdays. Riley's is closed on Sundays but does keep serving the pies until late in the evening on other nights. It offers carry-out as well. More >>

  • Upstairs Lounge

    Upstairs Lounge

    3131 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-773-3388

    http://www.upstairslounge.com You won't find a sign advertising this popular South Grand institution. Nestled above Mekong on the corner of Grand Boulevard and Hartford Street, Upstairs is the go-to place for cheap drinks, dancing and local DJs spinning every night of the week. If sweating it out on the dance floor isn't your cup of tea, arrive early to snag a booth to people-watch; you won't be disappointed. If the scene upstairs gets stale, bounce down to uber-mod Barbarella, or the Blue Room, the two sister bars housed in the same building. The Upstairs draws a diverse crowd and is the unpretentious, South side alternative to the St. Louis club scene. There's generally a cover on the weekend, but if you're looking to party on the cheap, weeknights are your best bet. More >>

  • Urban

    Urban

    3216 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63118
    314-772-3308

    http://www.myspace.com/urbanloungestl This hidden gem is one of the most underrated places on South Grand. It's tiny and rarely crowded -- a dimly lit, Middle Eastern-inspired clubhouse where they may not already know your name, but they're about to ask you what it is. Bartender Nhat Nguyen mixes up a variety of cocktails infused with fresh fruit, and local DJ's incinerate the small dance floor on weekends. More >>

  • Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro

    Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro

    3200 Shenandoah Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
    314-865-3345

    http://www.vangoghz.com Van Goghz sits on the corner of Shenandoah and Compton avenues and contains two dining areas and a small patio for guests to make themselves comfortable for breakfast, happy hour, light snacks or a full meal. Waffles, eggs and oatmeal are among the breakfast offerings. Lunch and dinner options include sandwiches, quesadillas and salads, with vegetarian options such as the "Cheesy Artichoke" -- artichokes, black olives, marinated tomatoes, cream cheese and provolone in a spinach tortilla. Van Goghz' entrées include steaks, burgers and pastas. As its name implies, one of the highlights of Van Goghz Martini Bar & Bistro is its vast martini menu, which offers the classic choices as well as twists such as the pineapple-upside-down-cake martini or the St. Louis Garden District -- a rosewater rinse under Hendrick's gun. For those who don't fancy martinis, Van Goghz also offers an extensive menu of other specialty drinks, including an alcoholic version of the Arnold Palmer with lemonade and sweet tea vodka, and an ample selection of wine and beer. More >>

  • Voce

    Voce

    212 S. Tucker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63103
    314-435-3956

    http://www.vocestl.com Since it opened in December 2012, Voce, "a venue for all voices," as owner Steve Scaglione puts it, has hosted everything from jazz, blues and folk to the occasional punk show. The black and red room features a small unintimidating stage, tables for sitting, a full bar and plenty of standing room to get up close to the performance. The downtown spot connects directly to Maurizio's Pizza & Sports Bar, which spits out hand-tossed New York style pizzas every night of the week late into the evening. Get an Italian tinged experience by pairing some pizza with a performance. More >>

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