Over the last two-plus years, El Lenador (3124 Cherokee Street) has earned a reputation as one of best places to hear all styles of music, from local mainstays to up-and-coming touring bands to every oddball in between. Much of its success has to do with bartender and talent buyer Johnny Vegas, whos ... More >>
The Cherokee Station Business Association voted 14 to zero last night to write a letter of support for the new graffiti-art murals on El Leñador at 3124 Cherokee St. (Technically, the building sits outside the CSBA's zone, but not by much). The murals have stirred up quite a debate in this burgeoni ... More >>
For years, the drab exterior of 3124 Cherokee St. has hidden a metamorphosis inside: What was once a German banquet hall and then a Mexican eatery is now known as El Leñador, a punk-hipster cave where you can check out bands and guzzle $1 Stag cans on Wednesday nights. But now the cool kids' secret ... More >>
Diana BenantiThe Stag Nite crowd at El Leñador on Cherokee Street. Stag Nite just might be one of South St. Louis's best kept secrets -- if you can call an event that's been going on for the past, oh, eight or nine years a secret.
Tonight, five bones grants you entrance to the place that ma ... More >>