If you like your American beer cheap and your happy hours cheaper, if your preferred dress code is anything goes, then Foley's may be the place you seek. It's classic St. Louis in oh-so-many ways: its architecture (two rooms of century-old exposed brick and lofty tin ceilings), its demographics (middle-class, skewing so heavily male that there are two men's restrooms and one ladies'), its featured entertainment (pool tables, live bands playing country and rock hits), its camaraderie (friendly clientele and free weekly poker leagues), and most of all, its attitude (relaxed - but not dead).

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If you like your American beer cheap and your happy hours cheaper, if your preferred dress code is anything goes, then Foley's may be the place you seek. It's classic St. Louis in oh-so-many ways: its architecture (two rooms of century-old exposed brick and lofty tin ceilings), its demographics (middle-class, skewing so heavily male that there are two men's restrooms and one ladies'), its featured entertainment (pool tables, live bands playing country and rock hits), its camaraderie (friendly clientele and free weekly poker leagues), and most of all, its attitude (relaxed - but not dead).

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Street


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual

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