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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

8 St. Louis Clubs That Are Open On Christmas

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The Loft (3112 Olive Street, 63103)

For those in Midtown looking to get down on Christmas Day, the neighborhood's favorite hip-hop club, the Loft, will be opening at 9 p.m., with drinks and dancing until 2:30 a.m.

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Social House (1551 South Seventh Street, 63104)

Though Soulard's Social House may be best known for its "Tops Off, Paint On" lunches (during which the establishment's buxom bartenders are dressed in only paint from the waist up), the club also throws down a pretty good late-night game. Soulard residents jonesing for a party will be able to go Christmas-crazy at Social House from 7 p.m. until the usual 3 a.m.

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Club Elite (813 North Kingshighway Boulevard, 63108)

This unassuming nightclub just north of the Central West End's Euclid strip was recently included in USA Today's "10 Best" list of St. Louis dance clubs thanks to its weekday hours and older, more mature clientele. For those looking to do a little holiday dancing without all the youthful indiscretion, Club Elite will be open from 7 p.m. until 3 a.m.

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Upstairs Lounge (3131 South Grand Boulevard, 63118)

Capping off our list of clubs open this Christmas is South Grand's hipster-haven, the Upstairs Lounge. This most southerly of STL's Christmas Day dancing destinations will be open during its regular Thursday hours of 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., giving residents of surrounding neighborhoods ample opportunity to dance off some of that holiday stress.


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