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A tiny bar off the St. Charles Rock Road on the outskirts of Vinita Park, Block House Saloon is the very definition of a "hole in the wall". A small handful of tables are crowded together in the center of the bar's lone room, and electronic darts, Silver Strike Bowling and a jukebox line the walls. Somehow there's a single pool table in there, which patrons crowded around over Bud Lights. Two flat screen TVs behind the bar played the local sports games while the bartender dutifully handed out drinks to the thirsty crowd. I'd bet this place gets pretty rowdy from time to time -- one could almost feel it in the air.
When St. Louis passed the new laws that tightened the reins on smoking in the area, Old Timers Saloon in Breckenridge Hills was left with a choice: Either stop serving bar food or ban smoking within the establishment. The owners chose the former, and it's a shame, because the inclusion of food would put this bar over the top. Described by staff as a "blue collar bar", Old Timers has a loyal clientele of neighborhood folks and union guys -- word is it was quite a cop hangout when it still served food, as the police station is just a couple blocks away. The upstairs area has a large U-shaped bar that can be approached from all angles and the newly renovated downstairs has a small stage for live entertainment and a pool table. Mondays are half price on everything -- so if they only still served food I think this place could potentially cure even the worst case of the Mondays.
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