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    Club Amnesia
    Club Amnesia is hardly different from its predecessor Lure --the basic layout is the same, the Thursday night crowd is the same -- but the increased security (male and female pat-downs, mandatory $3 coat check for every patron) ensures that Amnesia is not following in Lure's flawed footsteps. The weekend cover can be steep at $10, and the line to get in can be long, but we'll be damned if it isn't the most fun you'll ever have. Nowhere else do we find the meat-market scene so appealing: The weaves are fabulous, the hip hop is bangin' and every single song elicits fervent cries of "This my JAM!"
    The Crack Fox
    At The Crack Fox, visitors can feel free to let their freak flag fly or simply play the role of a leisurely standby. All are welcome at this eclectic downtown dive -- just don't be surprised to see anything from burlesque and drag performances one night to bondage and gotchic industrial garb the next. EDM spins, karaoke, open mics, metal shows and more also make up the list of participatory alternative entertainment offered here, and there's a huge selection of beer and handcrafted cocktails to wash it all down with. Take, for instance, the "ginger snap" made with ginger vodka, cinnamon Schnapps and lemonade. Come in to pick your poison and meet the cast of friendly fun-loving regulars, and don't forget to bring an open mind.
    Evangeline's
    Evangeline's Bistro & Music House comes from the mind of a musician. Don Bailey, who got his start in the food business while running a concert venue named Three-1-Three in Belleville, Illinois, brings his latest venture to the Central West End. There, he'll present Southern-style dishes alongside live blues, jazz and singer-songwriters. Eats include appetizers like the "Crawfish Carolyn" made with Louisiana crawfish tails, Brandy cream sauce and Parmesan cheese. For a more filling meal, supplement that with entree options including gumbo, red beans and rice, chicken and sausage jambalaya, Louisiana shrimp creole and etouffee. A drink menu features wine by the glass or bottle, several beer options, classic cocktails and Champagne cocktails to drink the night away the New Orleans way.
    Pairings Wine & Dessert Bar
    Des Peres got its first wine bar with Pairings Wine & Dessert Bar, which offers about fifty red and white varietals by the glass or bottle. Hungry? Pairings serves a menu of sandwiches and flatbreads for lunch along with entree options for dinner. go for crispy duck breast or a flatbread in flavor combinations including combinations including roasted veggie as well as surryano ham and apple with caramelized onions. Desserts come in bite-sized portions in case you didn't save enough room, and can be combined into mini dessert trios if you did. Individual dessert flavor combinations include everything from deconstructed key lime pie and tiramisu to bacon-blueberry bread pudding and espresso-spiked brownie. Welcome to west county: newfound wino territory.
    Three Flags Tavern
    Veteran chef John O’Brien and his wife Cathy opened Three Flags Tavern with the humble goal of creating a nice neighborhood spot. What they ended up with is one of the city’s best restaurants. Drawing on St. Louis’ rich history, the tavern serves a mix of Spanish, French and American fare that is impeccably executed but unfussy. Smaller plates, such as posole with braised pork shank, fried Manchego cheese and lobster beignets make for delectable starters, while a pork mixed grill and Marcona almond-topped trout are hearty entrees. Three Flags fried chicken is some of the best in town, and the brisket burger is simply magnificent (ask for the Delice de Bourgogne cheese on top). Dine in the cozy dining room, up at the bar, or on the huge, tree-covered patio -- and by all means treat yourself to a craft cocktail or local beer. Just prepare to be dazzled.

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