Newly Renovated Chase Club Brings the Nightlife to the Chase Park Plaza

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click to enlarge The "Arch Rival": Bulleit brewed with black tea and vanilla beans, Big O ginger liqueur, grapefruit and house-made bitters. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
The "Arch Rival": Bulleit brewed with black tea and vanilla beans, Big O ginger liqueur, grapefruit and house-made bitters.

click to enlarge The "Short Rib Mac." - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
The "Short Rib Mac."
click to enlarge House-fried rice comes with chicken or shrimp. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
House-fried rice comes with chicken or shrimp.
click to enlarge The house burger comes topped with boursin and carmelized onions. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
The house burger comes topped with boursin and carmelized onions.

The dining area overlooks the Chase's patio, a major hotspot that, on warm nights, features a bar of its own. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
The dining area overlooks the Chase's patio, a major hotspot that, on warm nights, features a bar of its own.
click to enlarge The Chase Club's renovations have given it a cool pallette of striking blue and green tones. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
The Chase Club's renovations have given it a cool pallette of striking blue and green tones.
Art Deco touches abound on the walls, including some seriously gorgeous chandeliers. - PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
PHOTO BY SARAH FENSKE
Art Deco touches abound on the walls, including some seriously gorgeous chandeliers.


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Sarah Fenske

Sarah Fenske is the executive editor of Euclid Media Group, overseeing publications in St. Louis, Detroit, Cincinnati and Cleveland. She is the former host of St. Louis on the Air and was previously editor-in-chief of the RFT and the LA Weekly. She lives in St. Louis.
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