This is no Red Bull-fueled sports bar. With its walls the color of pool-table felt and its weathered wooden bar (with a working aquarium and three TV sets behind it), Weber's is older, classier and quieter than that. Yes, there are autographed photos of Ozzie Smith on the wall and a framed Post-Dispatch front page memorializing the Rams' Super Bowl triumph. But there's also...a field hockey stick. The menu shares the décor's slightly offbeat sense of humor: the "half-pound intermission" section lists burgers like a Murphy melt (served on sourdough with Swiss and bacon) and a Cajun-spiced Mardi Gras burger ("costumes and obnoxious behavior mandatory when ordering this specialty"). The food is plentiful and satifsying, with a few atypical sports-pub selections -- pork tenderloin, a salami-and-cheese plate, batter-dipped vegetables. A gentlemanly choice for catching the big game.

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This is no Red Bull-fueled sports bar. With its walls the color of pool-table felt and its weathered wooden bar (with a working aquarium and three TV sets behind it), Weber's is older, classier and quieter than that. Yes, there are autographed photos of Ozzie Smith on the wall and a framed Post-Dispatch front page memorializing the Rams' Super Bowl triumph. But there's also...a field hockey stick. The menu shares the décor's slightly offbeat sense of humor: the "half-pound intermission" section lists burgers like a Murphy melt (served on sourdough with Swiss and bacon) and a Cajun-spiced Mardi Gras burger ("costumes and obnoxious behavior mandatory when ordering this specialty"). The food is plentiful and satifsying, with a few atypical sports-pub selections -- pork tenderloin, a salami-and-cheese plate, batter-dipped vegetables. A gentlemanly choice for catching the big game.

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

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Required for Large Parties


Attire: Casual attire

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