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Hair of the Dog offers respite from the Washington Avenue scene. This bar is frequented by downtown locals; it's the kind of place where the bartender will make fun your shot choice and whip you up something tastier, all while razzing the stiletto-ed party girls ducking in just to avoid long bathroom lines at neighboring clubs. He doesn't care how low-cut your top is -- if you aren't here for the sauce, no promises to come back with all your friends will save you from his sarcastic jibes. Don't miss: the awesome "Dead Fat Comedians" wall art by local artist and guerrilla graffiti-ist Peat Wollaeger, the kitschy signage and a rousing game of Big Buck Hunter.
Half & Half serves both breakfast and lunch, but the breakfast menu here - available throughout the day - is unquestionably the star, as owner Mike Randolph (who opened the midtown pizzeria the Good Pie) gives the Most Important Meal of the Day a contemporary bistro treatment. You can pair your eggs with pork belly; the steak in your steak and eggs is a hanger steak. Coffee service, featuring beans from Kaldi's, is extraordinary, from the "ordinary" drip brew to grounds filtered through cloth so as to capture the maximum amount of their essential oils.
Located in O'Fallon Crossing Plaza, at the intersection of highways K and N, Ham n' Egg Homestyle Family Restaurant features a large menu of hearty comfort food served in a cozy, friendly atmosphere. The heart of the menu offers a powerful amount of breakfast items and sides, centered around country-fresh eggs served in omelets, skillets or cooked any style alongside bacon, sausage, steak, potatoes or ham. Other breakfast items include buttermilk pancakes, French toast and pigs in a blanket made from sausage links wrapped in pancakes. Post-morning meals include large sandwiches and burgers, salads and dinner specials, featuring country-fried steak, fried Alaskan white fish, surf and turf, and liver and onions. Ham n' Egg also offers a senior and a children's menu and is open everyday but Monday.
A small national chain, Hamburger Mary’s is a self-styled “open-minded bar & grill for open-minded people” — and perhaps the only chain to court the LGBT community. The décor is deliberately campy, the menu rife with double entendres (like the “Guacamole B.J.” burger, which also features bacon and Monterey jack cheese). The vast array of burgers does share two common traits: they’re huge and overstuffed with toppings. Ordering isn’t unlike picking out a new car — multiple models available in different trim levels. If none of the three ground beef options suit you, there’s also ground turkey, a grilled chicken breast or a black-bean patty. Sides and starters are the typical crowd pleasers: fries, soft pretzels, T-ravs, etc.
A Soulard bar with more Irish heritage than French, Hammerstone's has a long, beautifully stocked bar with more spirit than a junior-varsity pep rally. Live music fills the room seven nights a week and twice daily on the weekends, and a comfortable outdoor patio allows the festivities to spill outside, even in the winter when the area is tented and heated. (Bonus: The patio is dog friendly.) Hammerstone's offers a large menu of bar-food standards, including burgers, quesadillas, wings and sandwiches. On the weekends, they'll even serve you breakfast.
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