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  • Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill

    Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill

    Nestled way back in the parking lot of a La Quinta Inn, Rook's Gameday Bar and Grill is a sprawling sports bar / music venue with pool tables -- free to play, all day every day -- darts, live music and some damn good food. Recommended are the... More on Rook's Gameday Bar & Grill »

  • The Kitchen Sink

    The Kitchen Sink

    A neighborhood diner by description, the Kitchen Sink impresses with its fun, from-scratch take on burgers, sandwiches and other classic American fare. The menu features a definite Louisiana drawl: jambayala, po’ boys, shrimp and grits (called... More on The Kitchen Sink »

  • J Greene's Pub

    J Greene's Pub

    In an era of gastropubs and mixologists, J. Greene’s Pub sets itself apart from the pack by being a decidedly untrendy, honest-to-goodness neighborhood bar and grill. Husband and wife owners Jason and Juliet Greene bring their combined total of... More on J Greene's Pub »

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Bars & Clubs

  • Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

    Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar

    If beer and burgers aren't your style, how about wine and pasta? For the past two years, Candicci's in Ballwin has been "slowly trying to educate people in the county of what real Italian food tastes like." With customer favorites like langusto... More on Candicci's Italian Restaurant & Bar »

  • Hessler's Pub & Grill

    Hessler's Pub & Grill

    You don't have to be a Lindbergh High grad to enjoy Hessler's in South County, but it doesn't hurt. The popular reunion spot serves up typical pub grub - T-ravs, burgers, salads, St. Louis-style pizza and wings, which include the choice of either... More on Hessler's Pub & Grill »

  • The Heavy Anchor

    The Heavy Anchor

    Known for its penchant to host a rowdy concert or two, The Heavy Anchor is part music venue, part watering hole. A thick wall divides the two halves, so the uninterested can drink in peace or join the fray of wild heathens on the music side. The... More on The Heavy Anchor »

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Music Venues

  • The Heavy Anchor

    The Heavy Anchor

    Known for its penchant to host a rowdy concert or two, The Heavy Anchor is part music venue, part watering hole. A thick wall divides the two halves, so the uninterested can drink in peace or join the fray of wild heathens on the music side. The... More on The Heavy Anchor »

  • Hessler's Pub & Grill

    Hessler's Pub & Grill

    You don't have to be a Lindbergh High grad to enjoy Hessler's in South County, but it doesn't hurt. The popular reunion spot serves up typical pub grub - T-ravs, burgers, salads, St. Louis-style pizza and wings, which include the choice of either... More on Hessler's Pub & Grill »

  • Graham's Grill & Bayou Bar

    Graham's Grill & Bayou Bar

    Graham's is a convivial neighborhood spot in Kirkwood that caters to indecisive diners. Want Cajun/Creole food? There's red beans and rice, etouffee and gumbo. Want pasta? You've got five to choose from, including pasta jambalaya. Bayou baskets... More on Graham's Grill & Bayou Bar »

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Food Trucks

  • Go! Gyro! Go!

    Go! Gyro! Go!

    Go! Gyro! Go! owner Nick Cowlen grew up in the restaurant business, working for his father at Clayton's Top of the Sevens restaurant. After a spell in real estate, he along with his wife, Laura, launched Go! Gyro! Go! this past fall. The truck's... More on Go! Gyro! Go! »

  • Guerrilla Street Food

    Guerrilla Street Food

    That Guerrilla Street Food is a truck might be the least interesting fact about it. From their mobile kitchen, Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo serve delicious, inventive Filipino fare of a sort rarely (if ever) seen in St. Louis. The signature... More on Guerrilla Street Food »

  • Chop Shop

    Chop Shop

    Eliott Harris won a following for his work behind the sushi bar at Miso on Meramec in Clayton. Now he has gone solo -- and mobile -- with Chop Shop, serving inventive, overstuffed sushi rolls that you can hold in your hand to eat, like a wrap or... More on Chop Shop »

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Coffee Shops

  • Park Avenue Coffee - Lafayette Square

    Park Avenue Coffee - Lafayette Square

    Located in Lafayette Square along Park Avenue just a few steps east of Lafayette Park, Park Avenue Coffee features a large selection of coffee and espresso drinks and St. Louis's very own favorite dessert, gooey butter cake. The coffee all starts... More on Park Avenue Coffee - Lafayette Square »

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in St. Louis and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the... More on Starbucks »

  • Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    Soulard Coffee Garden Café

    The neighborhood of Soulard needs its Coffee Garden. Besides being the area's only true coffeehouse, it's also one of the only places to have breakfast, and almost the only non-bar eatery where a non-bar, non-greasy, non-fried lunch can be had.... More on Soulard Coffee Garden Café »

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    • The Place: Gringo (398 North Euclid Avenue; 314-449-1212) The Hours: Happy hour is offered Monday through Friday from 3 to 6:30 p.m. as well as Monday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The Deal: $3.95 appetizers and discounted draft beers, canned Mexican beers, margaritas, wine and mi cheleda (a self-described "Mexican hangover cure" made with a can of Tecate or Modelo, housemade chile de árbol-tomato sangrita, fresh lime and a salt rim).The Scene: Gringo's bar and dining room appropriately corresponds with its namesake, providing a... More on Gringo »

    • In the 20th century, St. Louis was a veritable Petri dish for noise-rock artists. Once the mid-aughts hit, most of those bands drifted off, and our city's loud-music exports became punk and metal. But the dream still lives in locals like Yowie and What We Won't See, though, who will join Pittsburgh's Microwaves this Friday at Cafe Ventana. See also: The Best St. Louis Noise/Experimental Shows: April 2014The members of Microwaves play psuedo sci-fi squalor as a power-trio. Bassist Johnny Arlett feeds the band's thick underbelly with sharp,... More on Cafe Ventana »

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