Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Ta-Da: St. Louis City Bars and Clubs That Have Applied for a Smoking Ban Exemption

Posted By on Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 8:00 AM

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Okay, St. Louis puffers, you asked for it -- and here it is: the unofficial list of city bars that have applied for an exemption from the smoking ban.

A quick word of caution: This is not a list of places that have officially been declared exempt, but rather a list of bars whose owners believe they should be. In other words, the managers of these joints will continue letting patrons light up until they're told not to by the city's health department. The list also includes tobacco stores and hotels.

Last word: We still suggest you call these places before rolling up with cigs in tow. Some of the owners may have decided to go smoke-free on their own since applying for an exemption. Oh, and be sure to check out our lists of St. Louis city bars that are definitely non-smoking -- and our lists of ones that are definitely still allowing smoking.

Happy drags ...

34 Club A-Z Laclede Market Al's Café Alan Blest Amvets Post #6 Alwaha Restaurant and Hookah Lounge Amvets Post 88 Aqua Bar Area IV Station Babe's Tavern Barney's Sports Pub BBC Asian Café's Beale on Broadway Behrmanns Tavern Beulah's Red Velvet Lounge

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