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    The Wine Press
    Jazz, blues, wine and food. That's what you can look forward to at Wine Press, the newish (c. 2008) wine bar on the edge of the Central West End. Their red and white wine selections feature offerings from the old world and new, and there's an equally global beer list too. The Wine Press menu features several smaller plates, such as mushrooms stuffed with cheese, artichokes, garlic, onions and pecans, and asparagus with brie and prosciutto, as well as larger plates that combine smaller bites, including a cheese plate and bruchetta sampler. They've also got one of the coolest happy hour deals we've seen: From 5 to 7 p.m., you can get a bottle of wine from their hand-selected list plus an appetizer to share for just $25. Live music most weekend nights -- and some weekday nights, too.
    Winfield's Gathering Place
    Winfield’s Gathering Place is an upscale sports bar, smokehouse and American fare restaurant brought to life by business partners Mark Winfield and former Cardinals outfielder Jim Edmonds. Located in an unassuming Kirkwood strip mall, Winfield’s serves up some serious barbecue. The ribs are classic dry-rubbed style, and the beef brisket holds its own in this crowded ‘cue town. Sandwiches include the must-try “BBQ Burnt Ends Sourdough Melt,” a pastrami Reuben, and a brisket riff on a French dip. Winfield’s is more than a smokehouse, though. Flatbreads and Italian specialties round out the menu, and entrees such as a “Wined and Brined” smoked chicken prove that the restaurant is more than a rib shack. Don’t pass up the jalapeño cheddar au gratin potatoes – whether ordered as a side or served on their own with a cold beer, they are alone worth a visit.

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