Locations in St. Louis

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  • 21 Rock Bar & Grill

    1 Meramec Heights Shopping Center, Arnold Jefferson County

    636-282-7228

    Located in Arnold, 21 Rock Bar and Grill is surrounded by thick forests, farmland, and not a whole lot else. 21 Rock has been around for thirteen years and includes a spacious stage and dance floor, six pool tables and the "best priced drinks in Jefferson County" within 3500 square feet. Although it used to be a rough biker bar, and still a stop on many bikers' run, regulars promise 21 Rock is safe and comfortable. (Just think of those big, tough bikers with hearts of gold and "MOM" tattooed prominently on their biceps.) In fact, 21 Rock was the top donor for the March of Dimes three years in a row and regularly participates in other charity events. Friday night is ladies (and gentlemen) night at 21 Rock, with $10 rail and drafts. They also have regular bucket specials -- and famous hot wings.
  • 6 North Coffee Company-Downtown

    701 Market St. St. Louis - Downtown

    314-241-4333

    The downtown location of 6 North Café offers a full menu of lunch and breakfast items. Located at 701 Market Street in the Gateway One building, patrons can enter the ground floor café at the corner of Eighth and Chestnut streets. The locally owned 6 North features Kaldi's coffee and loose teas, as well as assorted pastries, bagels and breakfast sandwiches in the morning. Lunch options include hot and cold sandwiches, wraps, salads and daily soups. 6 North also sells fruit, coffee and tea, smoothies, and box lunches catering to downtown offices. Plenty of indoor seating is available offering an upscale coffeehouse ambiance, with additional outdoor tables and chairs along Chestnut Street for fair-weather dining.
  • 9th Street Abbey

    1804 S. Ninth St. St. Louis - Soulard

    314-621-9598

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  • Absolutli Goosed Martini Bar

    3196 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis - South Grand

    314-771-9300

    You might be the straightest Glenn Beck fan in St. Louis County with zero interest in the fabulous life, but you'd still be an idiot to write off Absolutli Goosed. This award-winning gay and lesbian lounge has one of the most expansive martini menus in the city, with names like Pussy Galore, Banana Hammock and Dixie Normous, as well as a laundry list of sips that won't make your grandma blush. Not sure what to order? Belly up to the smooth sea-green bar and ask for a recommendation. The obliging barkeep might even treat you to an off-menu drink like the Basil Smash: grapefruit vodka, lemon, simple syrup and muddled basil.
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  • African Palace Bar & Grill

    4005 Seven Hills Drive Florissant

    314-921-4600

    You don't get to eat a giant snail every day. Or, for that matter, yam porridge or fried plantains or palm juice. Unless, that is, you visit African Palace, one of the few local African restaurants that offers an alternative to Ethiopian cuisine. A thick sauce made from red bell peppers, onion, tomatoes, olive oil and lots of atarodo peppers is liberally employed in many of the dishes, from soups to gizzards to wings (and that giant snail). For an entrée, try the meat-and-rice-based jollof (prepared, like most of the main courses, with your choice of beef, chicken or fish), or the Daily Special (which is the same every day): a brightly flavored stew that unites dried cod, chicken and tripe with greens and that rich pepper sauce. Bonus: On weekends, African Palace becomes a nightclub, featuring reggae and world-beat music.
    2 articles
  • Agostino's

    280 Long Road Chesterfield

    636-536-6900

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  • Al Smith's Feasting Fox

    4200 S. Grand Blvd. St. Louis - South City

    314-352-3500

    Built by Adolphus Busch around 1914, this magnificent example of the beer-baron-bravado style of architecture now features competent lighter, updated versions of classic German cooking mixed in with basic steaks and seafood, along with a quintessential apple strudel for dessert.
    2 articles
  • Al's Restaurant

    1200 N. First St. St. Louis - North Downtown

    314-421-6399

    Al's Restaurant Just north of the flashy Lumière Place downtown lies Al's Restaurant, which has enjoyed its home along the riverfront for 85 years. The upscale restaurant serves all the perennial favorites, including escargot, lobster tails and steak tartar for starters. Al's only serves dinner, which offers a selection of steaks such as steak Diane and filet mignon or the "Italian Dinner" -- a filet alongside veal parmigiano. Not in the mood for steak? No problem: Al's also offers a variety of veal preparations, pork chops seafood and duck breast among their entrees. Reservations are recommended.
    3 articles
  • All Stars Bar & Grill

    1042 Venture Drive St. Peters

    636-928-7201

  • Ambassador

    9800 Halls Ferry Rd, North St. Louis County Jennings

    314-869-9090

    7 articles
  • American Craft Standard Brewing & Distilling Co.

    1821 Cherokee St. St. Louis - South City

    314-771-8500

    Formerly known as The Stable, this bar/restaurant a shrine to great beer. There are two dozen brews on tap, most of which you won't find on draft or in bottles at other area bars. The list of bottled brew is as extensive as a fine restaurant's wine list. The menu features food that is primarily beer-friendly: pizzas, sandwiches and shared appetizers. The pizzas are good, with a soft-but-still-chewy crust. Here, sandwiches are known as "grinders" and include several loose-meat selections. In the late evening, local cover bands and blues acts grace the club's small stage; they sound great reverberating off the lofty ceilings.
    5 articles
  • American Hero's Pub & Grill

    760 Lakeside Drive, Lake St. Louis St. Charles County

    636-281-4376

  • Amerisports Bar

    1 Ameristar Blvd. St. Charles

    636-940-4935

  • Ameristar Casino-Bottleneck Blues Bar

    1 Ameristar Blvd. St. Charles

    636-940-4966

    Ameristar Casino's premier entertainment venue has a quality that will appeal as much to grandpa as to newly 21 gamblers. The setup is reminiscent of a saloon -- but with bottle-cap mosaics on every table and chair, and Christmas lights hanging from rusted brass chandeliers, the bar has irresistible kitsch appeal. From the back booths to the side bars to the front tables, there ain't a bad seat in the house, so there's always a good view of both local and national bands, along with various comedians making the rounds.
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  • Andrew's French Quarter

    106 Mississippi Ave., Crystal City Jefferson County

    636-931-9333

  • Andria's Steakhouse

    6805 Old Collinsville Road, O'Fallon Belleville/ Fairview Heights

    618-632-4866

    Steak lovers flock to this rambling old farmhouse for good reason -- its eponymous marinade results in a savory searing on the outside of the meat (and seafood, too) and an incredible juiciness on the inside. Offerings also include a succulent prime rib and daily seafood specials.
  • Andria's Steakhouse-Chesterfield

    16125 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield

    636-530-9800

    The second location of the popular O'Fallon, Illinois, restaurant brings classic steak-house charm - and Andria's famous steak sauce - to west county. The menu is traditional steak-house cuisine: shrimp cocktail, baked potato and lots and lots of steak. Strip and rib-eye steaks bring a great balance of flavor and tenderness. All steaks, as well as the mammoth pork chop, are brushed with the legendary sauce. Though not cheap, Andria's is more casual and value-minded than many old-school steakhouses: Entrées come with a side and a large salad, and feel free to wear jeans.
    2 articles
  • Annie Gunn's

    16806 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield

    636-532-7684

    Chef Lou Rook's imaginative cooking makes this a castle fit for a king. Specialties such as smoked trout come from Troutdale Farms, but Rook is at his best mixing and matching things such as jumbo lump crab and andouille cakes with chipotle aioli. There's also a wide selection of burgers and sandwiches. The 700-label wine list is a recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
    10 articles
  • Anthonino's Taverna

    2225 Macklind Ave. St. Louis - The Hill

    314-773-4455

    The menu reflects both the Italian and the Greek heritage of owners Anthony and Rosario Scarato. The selection tilts toward the former, with numerous pizzas and pastas available, while the Greek board focuses on the cuisine's standbys, such as saganaki (flaming cheese), dolmathes (stuffed grape leaves) and gyros. The pizza is very good: the crust thick, with a slight chew and a teasing sweetness; the sauce lightly applied beneath a blanket of melting mozzarella; the toppings ideally proportioned. The gyro is also good and a great value. A welcoming spot with a wonderfully friendly staff.
    4 articles
  • Anthony's Bar

    10 S. Broadway St. Louis - Downtown

    314-231-7007

    Bohemian meets upper crust when the Bommarito family of five-diamond Tony's fame shakes things up at suppertime. Anthony's Bar extends its power-lunch reputation beyond the dinner hour with appetizers like a pulled pork tamale and entrées like herb-stuffed salmon and a grilled porkchop with roasted tomatoes and potatoes. The menu is brief and reasonably priced, the atmosphere casual -- if frozen in a ´70s time warp. As at Tony's, expect great attention to the food and service (the two restaurants share a kitchen).
    5 articles
  • Apollonia Greek Restaurant

    6836 Gravois Ave. St. Louis - South City

    314-353-1488

    South-city restaurant Mediterranean House Apollonia serves up authentic Greek dishes from its unassuming spot on Gravois Avenue. The menu includes shrimp saganaki, hummus and tzatziki to start, alongside a few non-Greek options such as chicken tenders. Entrée choices highlight Greek favorites: Gyros, shish kabob and moussaka all make appearances. For dessert, enjoy such treats as baklava and rizogalo (Greek rice pudding).
    1 article
  • Aqua Lounge

    4571 Gravois St. Louis - South City

    You can hear this small south-side club before you see it. Set back on a small lot, the place doesn't seem big enough to be this loud, but what the hey. Club music, especially mainstream radio hits gussied up with house beats, is meant to be heard, with volumes so loud that your heart adjusts its rhythm to the bass. Despite its swank glowing blue bar and prominently displayed liquor selection, Aqua doesn't have the mixers required for many standard shots. Can they make kamikazes? No. Lemon Drops? No. Mix us something fruity? Gotcha. Although a non-St. Louisan might not notice the telltale signs, this is a primarily Bosnian hangout - just look for the espresso machine on the bar and the scores of attractive people who are just too pretty to be native Midwesterners. Bring cash, but don't bring your camera: They don't accept plastic, and they don't want you taking any pictures.
  • Arber

    6955 Gravois Road St. Louis - South City

    314-481-7933

    Arber brings together Italian and Albania fare from its cozy restaurant on the corner of Gravois Avenue and Blow Street in south city. The menu offers diners a taste of both nations with appetizers that include dolma and bruschetta (and even T-ravs for the St. Louis-centric). Arber also features entrees such as roasted lamb, tilapia and spaghetti with feta cheese, or opt for one a gyro or and Italian beef sandwich. The restaurant features a small dining room and also offers carryout.
  • Area IV

    5918 Hampton Ave. St. Louis - St. Louis Hills

    314-481-4122

    Though its name is right out of an action/sci-fi flick, Area IV is actually a down-to-earth, delightful dive located on the western boundary of the Princeton Heights neighborhood. We couldn't help but notice a theme here: A staggering number of police badges line all four walls of the interior, the bartender looks like a cop and there's even a small party of off-duty lawmen hunched conspiratorially over a corner table. Although sports play on the television mounted above the bar, the real entertainment is found in the patrons. The bartender smiles and rattles a pair of handcuffs at a woman who ostensibly just told a lude joke. There's an infectious cheer in the air here. Just remember to mind your pints and quarts; otherwise, you might be leaving in a squad car.
  • Arena Bar & Grill

    5760 W. Park Ave. St. Louis - Forest Park Southeast

    314-646-7171

    Just a couple blocks south of where the Old Barn used to stand, or the Checkerdome as some people remember it, or the St. Louis Arena as it had been officially christened, sits the Arena Bar & Grill. This Dogtown mainstay serves traditional bar fare, such as burgers, wings, fried mushrooms and a variety of sandwiches. Patrons can also enjoy the old Blues memorabilia throughout the establishment that celebrates its past as part of a Cheltenham tradition.
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  • Ari's Restaurant and Bar

    3101 Hampton Ave. St. Louis - South City

    314-644-4264

    Along busy Hampton Avenue, Ari's offers Greek and American fare in a comfortable dining room or on their spacious patio. The menu includes saganaki, hummus and toasted ravioli. Specialties include their gyro sandwich and chicken souvlaki, with American selections such as a BLT and a club sandwich also available. Entrees range from lamb shank to chicken modiga to filet mignon. Ari's rounds out its menu with a few burgers and pastas. On Saturdays and Sundays Ari's also offers a breakfast buffet, complete with an omelet station. The restaurant has a parking lot on the side.
  • Ariake Japanese Steakhouse

    McMenamy Road & Mid Rivers Mall Drive St. Peters

    636-397-1144

    With its origins strongly rooted in St. Louis' former top-flight Japanese restaurant, Robata, Ariake Japanese Steakhouse combines a teppanyaki steak house, where your meal is cooked at your table, with a full sushi bar and a Thai restaurant. While the Japanese menu focuses mostly on the various meats and seafood that will be sizzled right where you sit, such as their filet mignon or lobster, the Thai side turns its culinary attention more toward the sauces and curries that flavor your dish. In addition to the usual pad Thai and stir-fried items, Ariake's Thai menu includes a crispy catfish and garlic frog legs with a spicy sauce. Their sushi menu offers sashimi, rolled sushi and a variety of specialty rolls.
  • Ashley Rose Restaurant & Inn

    5567 Walnut St., Augusta St. Charles County

    636-482-4108

  • Asia

    999 N. 2nd St. St. Louis - Downtown

    314-881-7777

    Asia reflects only a sliver of the titular continent's size and cultural variety. Instead it focuses on those countries many might think of when they hear the phrase "Asian cuisine": China, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand. Sushi is prepared well, though the fish itself is merely good, not outstanding. Entrées lean toward Chinese and Chinese-American dishes like General Tso's chicken; house specialties include Peking duck and an excellent Cornish hen dish. The Cornish hen is one of the few values on a relatively high-priced menu.
    2 articles
  • Astoria

    12949 Olive Blvd. Creve Coeur

    314-878-7711

    An all-you-can-Russian buffet might sound like a punch line, but the food at Astoria is no joke (though at $8.95 for lunch and $12.95 for dinner, it is a steal). Those who crave hearty Russian staples such as borscht, beef stroganoff and latkes will be more than satisfied, but be sure to try a few unfamiliar dishes: Golubtsy, beef and rice wrapped inside cabbage leaves, are compulsively edible; and the Uzbek dish honan is the love child of pork dumplings and lasagna. Chase it with one of many Russian beers or a bracing shot of icy vodka and be glad the Cold War is a distant memory.
    2 articles
  • Aya Sofia

    6671 Chippewa St. St. Louis - St. Louis Hills

    314-645-9919

    "Turkey coma" takes on a whole new meaning at this Turkish/Mediterranean restaurant that relentlessly tempts. Appetizer platters are resplendent with salt-of-the-earth goodness, while main courses are typically beef or lamb over rice or couscous. While most of Aya Sofia's dishes bear a close-cousin resemblance to other Eurasian delicacies such as spanakopita and gyros, the staff is quite fluent at helping to decipher and navigate the menu as needed.
    3 articles
  • B. Hall's Bar & Grill

    3782 Monticello Plaza St. Charles County

    636-300-8002

    B. Halls, located in O'Fallon off Highway K near O'Fallon Road, has been combining family atmosphere with night life for the past ten years. During the day, B. Halls is a regular stop for soccer teams and families, especially on Tuesdays when kids eat free. But at night, B. Halls is a hot spot for drinkers in their 20s and early 30s, who flock here for the convivial scene, the darts and the exceptionally long happy hour -- which lasts from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, only to begin again at 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Happy hour includes $3.99 Jack Daniels cocktails, $3 wells, $3 house margaritas, $2 domestic bottles, $1.50 domestic drafts, and selected appetizers for $5.49. Domestic pitchers are $4.75 all day Monday, Saturday and Sunday. B. Halls is best known for its hot wings, which have won first place in the Wing Ding competition five years in a row.