Splashy ad in this week's dead-tree RFT for a new restaurant and bar at 800 North 3rd Street on Laclede's Landing: King Louie's Courtyard Bar & Pizzeria. Yeah, they went there, taking the name of the late, lamented restaurant at 3800 Chouteau Avenue.At first, I was all, "Oh, no, they didn't!" Bu ... More >>
Changes abound today! A post on the Urban St. Louis message board reveals that Skybox (800 North Third Street) -- the restaurant/nightclub owned by Nelly, Larry Hughes, Darius Miles and Marshall Faulk -- is now the Levee. (The linked post and its source call it At the Levee, but the phone message I ... More >>
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Skybox Sports Bar & Grill
800 N. Third Street
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