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Forest Park's Boathouse lies in the heart of the park, nestled near the art museum and zoo, making it an easy go-to for weary, hungry park visitors. The patio sits next to Post-Dispatch Lake, where paddle boaters cruise by during the summer/early fall. The menu provides options for all ages, with salads, pizzas, sandwiches and a separate kids' menu. The outdoor bar offers cold beverages for those who are waiting for a table or just want to sit outside and take in the surroundings.
What makes a great bowling alley? Is it the dusty chic of 1950s-era furniture and watery beer specials? Or is it the sheer enormity of some of the newer hi-tech bowling emporiums, featuring a small city's worth of alleys, several cafés and even laser tag? In the case of Flamingo Bowl, Joe Edwards' joint on Washington Avenue, it's neither. Rather, Edwards has brought a bit of the suburbs to the city with his boutique vision of bowling. Neither too large nor too small, Flamingo Bowl offers twelve lanes, a lounge, an extensive list of cocktails, decent bar food and, of course, a healthy selection of tchotchkes from Edwards' personal collection of mid-century Americana. What's more, Flamingo Bowl is open from noon until 3 a.m. seven days a week, making it both the perfect place for a "working" lunch and an ideal place for a sporting nightcap.
Pin-Up Bowl is another Joe Edwards establishment that, like all Joe Edwards establishments in the Delmar Loop, is an insanely popular mainstay with both locals and out-of-towners. The bowling alley and bar draws the post-Pageant and typical Loop crowd: Wash U students, scenesters, misfits and everything in between. Blue neon bathes the handful of lanes, and whoops and hollers can be heard from the bar, but you'll enjoy drinking here even if you don't feel like swapping your heels (or Chucks!) for bowling shoes.
No frills is the name of the game for Trueman's Place located on the edge of both Soulard and Benton Park. It's a big stop each year for folks walking down to the annual Mardi Gras celebration and also a great place to sit outside when the weather is nice. A full menu includes everything from St. Louis style pizzas to sandwiches and wraps to feed hungry sports fans. The summer months also find Trueman's hosting sand volleyball leagues, but babes in bikini tops grace the walls all year 'round.
Uncle Joe’s Bar and Grill is located at 204 N Main Street in beautiful, historic downtown St. Charles in what was originally built in 1863 as a bank. The sports bar and grill that we call home has since been converted into one of the premium night entertainment spots in St. Charles. Whether you come in to watch the game or to grab a bite to eat on large outdoor patio from which you can see the Missouri Riverfront, we offer great fun and some of the best food and drink specials in St. Charles.
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