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Top-quality meat and a bona fide big-city atmosphere, but you certainly pay for the privilege. The restaurant takes up most of the ground floor of what used to be the four-story, stainless-steel-clad American Zinc Building. Be sure to take note of the miracle of engineering -- more than 50 feet of unbroken space, made possible with something called Vierendeel trusses -- that creates an open, modern atmosphere, tempered by a giant original mural across one wall. Great steaks -- even better if you're on an expense account.
Former Cardinals center fielder Jim Edmonds and business partner Mark Winfield hit a home run with Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse, an upscale steak house and lounge. The brief menu features excellent steaks, of course - the dry-aged strip is worth the extra scratch - but the kitchen lavishes attention on every element of the menu, including non-steak entrées and desserts. The people-watching in the surprisingly small dining room is excellent (and even better in the lounge areas). Upstairs from the restaurant, Club 15 is a dimly lit room where pretty young things and the guys who lust after them toss back vodka Red Bulls in plastic cups and get busy on the dance floor. Exposed brick and red lights will make you feel like you're partying in someone's loft, though the ambiance is minimal at best. DJs spin a variety of hip-hop and Top 40, and the young crowd seems ready to party all night.
A long fly ball from the new Busch Stadium, the new Mike Shannon's Steak and Seafood is, like its namesake, larger than life and in love with baseball. Search among the memorabilia for your favorite hall of famer's jersey while you enjoy a prime (and expensive) steak -- or while you have a beer or two at the bar after the game. The menu is classic steak house, the steaks unadorned but bloody good. For those who prefer more nuanced flavors, consider the daily seafood special or the lamb chops. They aren't the reason you come to a place like Shannon's -- but they, and the buzz of dozens of excited Cardinals fans, are the reason you'll come back.
Part of the revamped Hyatt Regency downtown (former home of Adam's Mark), Ruth's Chris delivers its signature upscale dining experience along with views of the Gateway Arch. With a history dating all the way back to 1927 in New Orleans, national chain Ruth's Chris provides high-class meals starting with appetizers such as a "crabtini" -- lump crab meat tossed in vinaigrette and served with Creole remoulade in a chilled martini glass -- and veal osso bucco ravioli. For the serious steak house experience, diners can select from various cuts including filet, T-bone and porterhouse. Other entrées include lamb chops, ahi tuna and lobster. Vegetarians can choose three items from the potato and vegetable sides to create their own meat-free meal. End on a sweet note with desserts including crème brûlée and banana cream pie. Ruth's Chris is open for dinner only, and reservations are recommended.
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