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Forget trendy "fusion" cuisine. O! Wing Plus is the most legit fusion restaurant around: America's favorite bar snack, hot wings, combined with the flavors of Korea and Southeast Asia. Sauce for the wings include "O's Original," a blend of brown sugar-red chile; and the tart, hot "Thai Chile Lime." The "Beast Mode" sauce is the hottest, but for the best balance of spice and flavor, go for the honey-laden "Hot Mama." The fried chicken is also excellent.
O'Aces Sports Bar and Grill claims to be Jefferson County's newest and hottest spot, where "beer, wine, and spirits flow as steady as the Mississippi." That's a tall claim for any bar, especially one that inhabits the old strip mall space formerly filled by Fenton favorite Hazzards Sports Bar and Grill. (That was also allegedly the hottest nightlife spot in Jefferson County.) Though O'Aces has some rather large shoes to fill, it fills them, and fills them well. Boasting no fewer than 35 televisions, an impressive stage, standard billiards/foosball/dartboard/arcade/karaoke entertainment, and more than 6,400 square feet of space in which to get rowdy, O'Aces is an, uh, oasis of fun for just about anyone. Ladies, you drink for free on Wednesdays. Guys, there's a poker night every Sunday. Cover band enthusiasts, there's live music every Friday and Saturday night.
O'Aces Sports Bar and Grill claims to be Jefferson County's newest and hottest spot, where "beer, wine, and spirits flow as steady as the Mississippi." That's a tall claim for any bar, especially one that inhabits the old strip mall space formerly filled by Fenton favorite Hazzards Sports Bar and Grill. (That was also allegedly the hottest nightlife spot in Jefferson County.) Though O'Aces has some rather large shoes to fill, it fills them, and fills them well. Boasting no fewer than 35 televisions, an impressive stage, standard billiards/foosball/dartboard/arcade/karaoke entertainment, and more than 6,400 square feet of space in which to get rowdy, O'Aces is an, uh, oasis of fun for just about anyone. Ladies, you drink for free on Wednesdays. Guys, there's a poker night every Sunday. Cover band enthusiasts, there's live music every Friday and Saturday night.
With more than a dozen flat-screen TVs, a large menu of pub grub, plenty of beers and the KMOX (1120 AM) Blues post-game show held on-site, O'B Clark's on Brentwood Boulevard just south of Highway 40 is undeniably a sports bar. If there's a game going on, then there's probably a game on, be it hockey, baseball, football or fútbol. Crowds often file in following local games as well. The menu features appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches and pizza. Starters include chicken wings, potato skins and fried green beans. The long list of big sandwiches features steak burgers, a Reuben, pork cutlet, grilled cheese and salami on rye; all come with their own sides, including fries, slaw or one of O'B. Clark's soups. Pizzas round out the menu and are available after midnight along with the appetizers. O'B. Clark's also offers carryout and catering services.
The pub environs are evocatively cluttered and dim, the hamburgers justly legendary. But before you reflexively put in that burger-and-requisite-side-of-fried-mushrooms order, take a moment to reacquaint yourself with the single (and never-changing) daily special. There are people who'd journey 1,000 miles just for those rib tips on a Saturday. O'Connell's is open 'til 1:30 a.m. on weeknights, and extends its weekend hours to 3 a.m. so patrons can lap up their Jameson with a Guinness piggyback in the deliciously dim interior of the well-aged bar. Service here rarely comes with a smile (it's more like a curt nod, especially if you're on the restaurant side). Still, there are always interesting folks on hand for an Irish Car Bomb drink-off.
A St. Louis institution since the Gaslight Square days, O'Connell's hasn't changed much over the years -- in fact, since moving to its current location at Kingshighway and I-44 in the early '70s, it seems not to have changed at all. In O'Connell's case, though, that's a good thing. The pub environs are evocatively cluttered and dim, the hamburgers justly legendary. But before you reflexively put in that burger-and-requisite-side-of-fried-mushrooms order, take a moment to reacquaint yourself with the single (and never-changing) daily special. There are people who'd journey 1,000 miles just for those rib tips on a Saturday. O'Connell's is open 'til 1:30 a.m. on weeknights, and extends its weekend hours to 3 a.m. so patrons can lap up their Jameson with a Guinness piggyback in the deliciously dim interior of the well-aged bar. Service here rarely comes with a smile (it's more like a curt nod, especially if you're on the restaurant side). Still, there are always interesting folks on hand for an Irish Car Bomb drink-off.
Out west just a little ways, O'Fallon Brewery has been producing quality beers since 2000 and recently announced a much-anticipated expansion for the near future.
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