Bobby's Place-Downtown

Named after former St. Louis Blues defenseman Bobby Plager, Bobby's Place-Downtown combines hockey memorabilia with bar-and-grill style eats and cold drinks. This flagship location is the third outpost, established after St. Charles and Valley Park bars. A party side awaits for letting loose and loudly cavorting over the game, with a quieter lounge to enjoy stick-and-puck action on a high definition TV in peace. Signature eats include crab-stuffed mushrooms and "Bobby's Melt," an oozing sandwich made up of beef patties, lots of cheese and thousand island dressing.

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