1551 S 7th St St Louis, MO 63104
Stop by Social House for Outstanding Food!
Sexiest Staff in Soulard! Ideal for Lunch, Happy Hour & Nightlife.
Great Entertainment! Never Miss a Game or a Good Time.
Free Shuttle to & from Sports Games.
Social House is one of Soulard's newest and most talked about additions to an already historic neighborhood!
The Social House is a 4500 sqft venue that has a little something for everyone. Great food and games, to live entertainment and the Sexiest Staff in Soulard!
The Social House is sure to satisfy your every desire!
27 TVs, every sports package you can get and crazy drink specials makes us an easy choice for your game day headquarters!!!
Not into a sports? Don't worry, between the live DJs and live bands you'll have enough reasons to move your body on the dance floor to all of your favorite party rock and top 40s hits!
The Social House is serving lunch favorites like our Grouper Reuben and Chicken Alfredo pizza Tuesday-Sunday 10am-midnight.
Don't miss out on our daily happy hour specials $12.50 Domestic Buckets and $1 off everything from 4p-6:30p!
Have a large party or private event coming up...?
The Social House offers a private event space and a separate catering menu.
Social House Soulard
History in the Making.
Social House and Soulard go all the way back to 2009. While Soulard has some years on us, we’re wasting no time making Social House the go-to, Sexy Sportsbar hotspot in the area. We’re entering our 7th year now in Soulard and we’re honored to be a part of such a historically badass part of St. Louis. Social House is all about community. It’s about knowing you have a place to go and unwind with friendly people, beautiful women, and great food. We’re a proud member of the Soulard Restoration Group.
St. Louis’ Sexy Sports Bar!
The beers are cold, the girls are hot, and the body art is…only at Social House. Come see the girls of Social House get painted up for games, events, or just because it’s a weekday. Social House is Soulard’s most popular local hotspot for lunch and happy hour. Grab some food on your lunch break or schedule your next meeting at Social House.
Make an Impression with Branded Body Art.
Social House offers an awesome way to create an experience for members of your company, potential clients, and customers. Call and ask about having your company logo painted on the beautiful ladies of Social House.
This is a perfect opportunity if you are having an out-of-office social event and want to surprise your team!
Get exposure (pun intended) and make a unique impression by having the girls painted with your company’s branding. If you’re meeting with a potential client for lunch, make it an experience with branded, sexy service. (Pricing and availability may vary. For more information, give us a call.)
Social House is conveniently located right in the heart of Soulard, just south of St. Louis! Grab some great food, a drink, and come see the beautiful staff of Social House. Social House is your local headquarters for lunch happy hour, sports, and late night fun!
DRESS CODE - STRICTLY ENFORCED!
HATS TO BE WORN STRAIGHT FORWARD OR BACKWARDS
ALL BIG CHAINS TO BE TUCKED IN NOT SHOWING
NO BAGGIE OR SAGGING PANTS
NO SWEAT PANTS
NO LONG SHORTS OR LONG TEES
NO WHITE TEES / V-NECKS OK!
NO COLORS OR DISPLAY OF CRIMINAL AFFILIATION
No one will be allowed in if door personnel or management feels you have
already reached an intoxicated state prior to entering Social House!
Johnny’s Restaurant and bar is located in the Historic Soulard Neighborhood on the near Southside of Downtown St. Louis. It has been family owned and operated by the John Daus Family since 1993. It is one of the most popular Restaurants in the city of St. Louis; known for their Beautiful Wait Staff and terrific food. It’s a great place for a Business Lunch, Happy Hour, or before and after a ballgame where you can take the Johnny’s Shuttle to and from the Game.
Come visit us for our food and drink, which includes our award winning Chicken wings, followed by an extensive menu including: Cajun Fare, Thick Hand-Made Burgers, Salads and Sandwiches.
Frazer Cameron, chef and owner of Frazers restaurant, formerly known as The Traveling Brown Bag, has traveled the US from coast to coast and all over the world experiencing his love for the arts and for fine cuisine. He opened the doors to his restaurant in Benton Park in the winter of 1992, taking what he learned on his explorations and infusing it into the dishes he creates. The entrees at Frazers are inspired by tastes from around the globe, including French, Moroccan, Italian, Mexican, and Cajun. From New Orleans to The Mediterranean, his dishes are one of a kind.
The ever-changing menu at Frazers features steaks and chops, a variety of fresh seafood dishes, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, soups, and salads. The delicious homemade desserts are superb. There is certainly a dish to delight you whatever your tastes. The knowledgeable, outgoing, and caring staff are true food and wine enthusiasts. Relax and enjoy as they guide you smoothly through dinner. All this combined with the natural energy and casual ambience will surely make for a memorable dining experience.
When Frazers first opened with just 25 seats for lunch only, meals were served on paper plates with plastic utensils. Because of the small capacity many customers ordered their food to go in "the traveling brown bags." This April, after completing a recent renovation of the bar, which includes an outdoor patio, there will be seating for 125 guests. Thirteen years and growing Frazers is still sharing its good eats with everyone who comes through the door. Between the comforting food, carefully selected wine list, signature martinis, and decadent desserts, Frazers offers a wonderful creation for everyone.
From KSDK News Channel 5
We have a beautiful new beer garden for your pleasure and for you sports fans, Carson's now has multiple high definition flat screen televisions that include the NFL Sunday Ticket. We are now running a free shuttle to all Ram's games, all season long! You never miss a play at Carson's! Join us Thursday - Saturday for Karaoke 9pm till close. Call us to cater your parties... Your place or ours! See you there!
The name Planter’s House pays homage to the landmark Planter’s House Hotel, which stood as a Saint Louis icon from 1817 – 1922. It was well renowned as one of the finest hotels in the nation, and its name was synonymous with hospitality. It was located in downtown Saint Louis, occupying the block north of the old courthouse, on 4th Street between Chestnut and Pine. At one point during its history, the Planter’s Hotel employed the famous “Professor” Jerry Thomas as its head bartender, who was the highly respected bartender who wrote the first ever cocktail book in 1862. Perhaps some of Jerry Thomas’s famous recipes were developed during his time in Saint Louis at the Planter’s Hotel.
The Planter’s Hotel closed its doors in 1922, and the grand building was torn down in 1976. At Planter’s House, we strive to carry on its history of hospitality, deliciously prepared cocktails and food, and its place as an iconic Saint Louis meeting place.
Ernesto's Wine Bar is a small, cozy neighborhood bar in St. Louis, Benton Park neighborhood. Great food, nice wine and a fantastic Patio with a fireplace. The kitchen is open until 9:30 during the week and 10:00 on the weekends.
The Best in Live St. Louis Blues Music. SEVEN Nights a Week. Plus Saturday & Sunday Afternoons. With a vintage back bar, wood floors and saloon atmosphere, relax and enjoy St. Louis blues greats.
Our Game Room, with its high wood-beamed ceiling, wall of windows and large brick fireplace, a visit to The Game Room is a fun and relaxing experience for all. Please stop by and enjoy foosball, pool and more for a unique place to relax with friends!
At the Hardshell, relax in our indoor restaurant with an outdoor garden environment The expansive menu of fresh seafood and Cajun specialties offers a wonderful culinary experience in a setting featuring a huge fish tank, tropical plants, and a waterfall. Selections include fresh crab legs, oysters, and fish, along with fabulous Cajun favorites like Gumbo, red beans & rice, and crawfish etouffee. Be sure to check out the Monthly Events Calendar for our daily specials. Food is available at all three venues.
As a Personal Financial Representative in St Louis, I know many local families. My knowledge and understanding of the people in this community help me provide customers with an outstanding level of service. I look forward to helping families like yours protect the things that are important - your family, home, car and more. I can also help you prepare a strategy to achieve your financial goals.
Brown Shoe Company's Homes-Take Factory Distance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis 1201 Russell Blvd St. Louis, MO 63104
Brown Shoe Company's Homes-Take Factory is a historic building location at 1201 Russell Boulevard in the Soulard neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. Built in 1904, by architect Albert B. Groves, the building was originally a factory for the Brown Shoe Company. During the Great Depression, the factory was permanently mothballed. In 1954, the property was bought by the International Hat Company, which converted the building into a warehouse. The Mexican Hat Factory purchased a separate part of the building and converted the section into office space. International Hat warehouse operated until 1976. That same year, the entire building was sold to the Junior Achievement of the Mississippi Valley. By 1980, the building was bought by Allen Market Lane Apartments. On October 20, 1980, the building was formally added to the National Register of Historical Places. Since 1980, the property has operated as a senior and disabled living center, with 100 units.ArchitectureThe Homes-Take factory was originally designed to be a four story, rectangular red brick building, measuring sixty by three hundred feet. The building occupies approximately one half of a city block. A dominant feature of the architectural design is the closely spaced windows, ten feet by three-and-a-half feet.
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