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Situated along the industrial drag of Manchester Avenue, Colombo's offers a spacious spot to grab a drink and some grub. Diners can choose from a variety of starters, including Buffalo chicken nuggets, soups and salads. For larger dishes, select from pizza, burgers and sandwiches such as the fish po' boy. On nice days, guests can enjoy Colombo's front patio.
Don't bother dressing like a dandy for The Dandy Inn. This good-natured, family-friendly pub & grill in Fairview Heights will take you as you are, even if you're not Irish. (The leprechaun decorations, green-shirted waitresses and count-down-to-St.-Patty's-Day clock should leave little doubt as to what "the old country" means at the Dandy.) Folks can hunker down in one of the two cozy front rooms or stretch out at a picnic table on the covered back patio. Draft beers come in frosty mugs, and the food menu covers all the bases, including "lizzards" (chicken gizzards and livers).
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.
Helen Fitzgerald's is a restaurant/bar/club chameleon: The nature of the venue depends on when you go. Located on Lindbergh Boulevard just south of Watson Road in south county, the large Irish pub features daily food and drink specials, live music and an energetic atmosphere. The menu offers a wide variety of appetizers, salads, pizzas, entrées and desserts. Diners can start their meal with beer-battered Monterey jack cheese sticks, veggie spring rolls or some of the crispy, spicy wings from Helen Fitzgerald's downtown sister restaurant, Syberg's on Market. The entrée and sandwich menu features such regular pub fare as corned beef and cabbage and Irish beef stew as well as a long list of burgers. In addition to the food, the pub serves up live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Local bands play everything from hair metal to Janet Jackson covers.
Tucked away in a dimly lit building under a highway close to the Grove strip, JJ's Clubhouse has the feel of a hideout -- or at least an insiders' secret playland. The city's resident all-gay male "bear leather" bar offers pool, popcorn and pinball, and the friendly bartenders, adorned in strapping bondage vests, are always happy to pour their specialty shot of "Kactus Juice." Special weekly events include dart night and butch night, in which patrons come dressed in their best. Who knows? You could get lucky and stumble into JJ's during their annual HiBearNation convention, in which the downstairs dance floor is flooded with cheery Bears from all across the nation. If that statement incites fear, JJ's might not be the place for you. JJ's is a friendly bar for males with an open mind, and if you're up for that, it guarantees a gay old time.
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.
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