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The Dubliner brings an authentic Irish pub experience to Washington Avenue, with one catch: it's too big and too loft-like to pass for the real thing, but those in the mood for a pint of Guinness and a bit of craic won't mind. The menu offers hearty traditional fare, much of it sourced from local farms: beef short ribs braised in stout, a Guinness stew, lamb, fish and chips - and lots and lots of potatoes. Stop in for brunch and enjoy an authentic Irish breakfast, with homemade blood sausage. If restaurant partner Eddie Neill is on the premises, he will greet you enthusiastically with open arms. And to top it off, a few of Eddie's favorite French wines were recommended to pair with our plate.
McGurk’s is a long-standing, St. Louis pub-house institution. Opened in 1978 with just one room, the venue now includes four brick and wood-clad rooms inside and a beautiful garden patio and an all-season enclosed patio outside. The entire menu is prepared with an expert hand, but McGurk’s is perhaps best known for its steak and burgers. Friends old and new gather at this traditional hang out for pints of Guinness and traditional Irish music seven nights a week. Its accolades are well-deserved: one of Esquire Magazine’s Best Bars in America, on Thrill’s List of the 21 Best Irish Pubs in the US and one of Road Trippers’ Best Irish Pubs in the US.
Over the past few years Llywelyn's has branched out from its original Central West End location to Webster Groves, Soulard, St. Charles, WingHaven and Wildwood. With a wide selection of draught beers from around the world and some of the best pub food in the city it's become a go-to spot for Soulard residents, lover's of fine imported brews and young weekend bar-hoppers alike. Unique features at the Central West End location include an expansive beer garden and the "Loft," a separate bar area complete with a cozy lounge.
Over the past few years Llywelyn's has branched out from its original Central West End location to Webster Groves, St. Charles, WingHaven, Wildwood and Soulard. With a wide selection of draught beers from around the world and some of the best pub food in the city it's become a go-to spot for Soulard residents, lover's of fine imported brews and young weekend bar-hoppers alike.
e know there are multiple locations, and all of them would work just fine, but Llywelyn's in Old Webster, we think, is your best bet. The cavernous ceilings and sprawling, two-sided bar is perfect for a crowd of spectators to gather around and move about freely. There are several leather couches and large tables if you have a big group, all surrounded by plenty of TVs. If you need something to munch on, there's a long list of Celtic-style appetizers, and the rotating tap list always has a few intriguing surprises.
The Schlafly Tap Room, opened in 1991, was the first brewery to open in Missouri since Prohibition, paving the way for more breweries in St. Louis. There are generally around 16-18 hand-crafted beers available on tap in the historic brick and timber building. The appetizer list includes pub favorites such as French fries, pretzels and beer bread, with a surprise or two like frog legs and pickled herring. There are five variations on the traditional English “Moules - Frites” plate. Hearty sandwiches and entrees round out the full menu. Live music can be heard Thursday through Sunday and the restaurant regularly hosts events, such as the Belgian Beer and Mussel Festival, Oyster Fest and various beer tastings.
A taste of the Highlands in the Central West End. Scottish Arms owner and native Scot Alistair Nisbet has turned out an invitingly dark and welcoming space, perfect for downing pints or attempting to down haggis (which really isn't bad!). More fanciful-sounding items include cock-a-leekie pie (think cream of chicken soup with a baked-over crust), the Ptarmigan (chicken wrapped in bacon) and, well, a fried Mars bar for dessert. Some of the servers actually wear kilts; they're the ones likeliest to know the menu like they were raised on it, and to talk Scotch for hours on end - which makes for a pretty magical restaurant-going experience.
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