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    La Tropicana Market & Cafe
    Lovers of Hispanic cuisine and ingredients travel from all points in the metropolitan area to this old-fashioned corner grocery and deli. The seating arrangement inside is spartan, although an outside courtyard is available when weather permits. The menu features close to a dozen whole-meal plates of classic Mexican specialties, along with chicken roasted in the Cuban style.
    Laclede Street Bar & Grill
    Practically a part of the Saint Louis University campus, Laclede Street Bar & Grill is located across from the southern arm of the Student Village Apartments in a former bowling alley. Menu highlights include fried pickles or Bosco sticks, buffalo chicken pizza and the hickory burger, grilled ground beef with barbecue sauce, bacon and fixings served on a ciabatta bun. With a spacious patio and a full-size sand-volleyball court, Laclede Street also offers daily blue-plate specials, such as lasagna, steak and fried chicken. The daily happy hour (4-7 p.m.), with its two-for-one drinks and appetizers, has become a midtown tradition. The adventurous should drop by after midnight, when the dance floor hits full capacity.
    Part pizza place, part concert venue, and part dive bar, Lemmons is a one-of-a-kind St Louis establishment located at 5800 Gravois in the Bevo Mill neighborhood. There’s always something to do at Lemmons; the bar hosts live music on stage several nights per week, but even when there’s not a band playing, Lemmons has plenty of activities to keep your whole group happy. If bar games are what you’re into, they’ve got you covered with foosball, shuffleboard, pinball, and pool, as well as a few arcade games. Wednesday and Thursday nights Lemmons hosts some of the city’s best trivia, and every Monday the bar offers a free pizza buffet while cult classics like High Fidelity, Army of Darkness, and The Princess Bride don the projector. While the main culinary attraction from Lemmons’ is their cheese-slathered Chicago-style pizza, the menu also includes thin-crust and pan pizzas, burgers and appetizers like garlic bread, cheese fries and that quintessentially St. Louisan snack - toasted ravioli.
    Lemon Grass
    Lemongrass has an attractive new home - check out the silhouettes of lemongrass stalks projected on the walls - but it remains one of the best values along South Grand. Its cafe sua da (iced coffee) is without doubt the strongest and sweetest. The lengthy menu offers the familiar (spring rolls and pho), the hearty (try com thit nuong dac biet, delicious char-grilled pork and an egg fried over-easy atop rice, with a quiche-like eggcake on the side) and even the Chinese (ga Tso's -- yes, General Tso's chicken). Best of all, you can get a generous portion of almost anything on the menu for less than $10.
    The Library
    The Library, located in the middle of Soulard's happening nightlife district fills a void that long existed in the neighborhood for an original live music venue. Located in a beautiful and historic building that once housed a branch of the St. Louis Public Library, the venue hosts the best local acts as well as the occasional touring band and boasts a great looking stage and good sound.

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