Cotter's

Conveniently located at the nexus of Southampton, Princeton Heights and Bevo Mill; festively decorated to inspire maximum cheer; and enthusiastically welcoming to all who enter, Cotter's Sports Bar is a rightfully favorite south-side dive. If the 22 feet of regulation-sized shuffleboard doesn't entice you, the cheap drinks and friendly bartender will. Offering extraordinary happy-hour specials, such as $1 beers and well drinks for ladies every Tuesday night, the bar definitely knows how to attract a crowd. And what better way to entertain a crowd than with karaoke? Arguably the nonpareil of St. Louis karaoke bars, Cotter's features - count 'em - four opportunities every week to belt out '80s power ballads and other rambunctious tunes.

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