Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar

Inside the Hyatt Regency at the Arch, the Brewhouse offers a bit of history alongside its beer and grub selection. A board outside alerts diners of each day's beers on tap. The "Owner's Box" is available for private parties. The walls are covered with TVs and photos that celebrate St. Louis sports history. As its name implies, the Brewhouse is serious about beer, with a hefty selection of lagers and ales ranging from Bud Light to Trois Pistoles and plenty in between. If the list overwhelms, opt for the "pick six," and the bartender will choose for you. Chicken strips, toasted ravioli and potato skins, sandwiches and salads, burgers (beef, veggie or turkey) available with two, three or four patties, or, for those who like a challenge, go for the "Tower of Doom" - twelve (yep, twelve) four-ounce patties, a half-pound of bacon, a half-pound of cheese, jalapeños and barbecue sauce. Anyone who can finish this mammoth in 30 minutes or less gets a T-shirt and their burger for free. Other entrees include bangers and mash and fish and chips as well as nightly specials.

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Inside the Hyatt Regency at the Arch, the Brewhouse offers a bit of history alongside its beer and grub selection. A board outside alerts diners of each day's beers on tap. The "Owner's Box" is available for private parties. The walls are covered with TVs and photos that celebrate St. Louis sports history. As its name implies, the Brewhouse is serious about beer, with a hefty selection of lagers and ales ranging from Bud Light to Trois Pistoles and plenty in between. If the list overwhelms, opt for the "pick six," and the bartender will choose for you. Chicken strips, toasted ravioli and potato skins, sandwiches and salads, burgers (beef, veggie or turkey) available with two, three or four patties, or, for those who like a challenge, go for the "Tower of Doom" - twelve (yep, twelve) four-ounce patties, a half-pound of bacon, a half-pound of cheese, jalapeños and barbecue sauce. Anyone who can finish this mammoth in 30 minutes or less gets a T-shirt and their burger for free. Other entrees include bangers and mash and fish and chips as well as nightly specials.

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