4317 Manchester Ave St. Louis, MO 63110 (314) 553-9252
Layla is St. Louis' only Gourmet Burger & Shawarma Joint. Located in the heart of The Grove, we focus on serving fresh & flavorful fare in an eclectic atmosphere. We offer fresh ground burgers, fun twists on traditional shawarma sandwiches, hand dipped milkshakes, craft cocktails, & local brews. All of our beef, pork, bread, ice cream, drafts, & seasonal produce are sourced from local growers and purveyors. Whether your are enjoying our homemade hummus & falafel fries with a local beer at happy hour, one of our gourmet burgers & a craft cocktail at dinner, or a beer & a shot with friends during our late night lounge you are sure to have an amazing experience.
The Gramophone was born in 2008 as an intimate concert club and bar. After 7 years and over 1500 great shows we changed gears and became a neighborhood tavern with an eclectic sandwich menu and tons of beers and booze. We have pool, darts, pinball beer to go and are way too friendly.
O'Shay's Pub is a casual neighborhood bar featuring Irish and American food, craft beer, whiskey, and cocktails. The multiple large screen TV's allow us to showcase sports while our relaxed environment and staff's approachable attitudes create a laid back atmosphere. Enjoy drink and appetizer specials during sports games, or compete with friends playing foosball, shuffleboard, darts, Golden Tee, Big Buck Hunter, while listening to Touchtunes.
Located in St. Louis’ trendy Central West End, Central Table offers a distinctive culinary and cocktail experience. Happy Hour features select wines, 20 beers on tap and craft cocktails. Central Table is located at 23 South Euclid Ave. St. Louis, Mo. near the intersection of South Euclid and Forest Park.
Free validated parking after 5pm in the BJC Laclede Ave Parking Garage. Valet available on Friday & Saturday evenings
The history of Union labor in St. Louis is storied and can be displayed in the many structures dotting the banks of the mighty Mississippi. From the Gateway Arch to Union Station, organized labor has contributed to the development and bravado of our community for a majority of the 20th century. As the 21st century dawns, the next generations of these laborers continue to develop downtown and midtown with the goal of further extending the appeal and beauty of St. Louis to residents and visitors alike. America’s Tavern at the Union House honors this commitment to excellence and prides itself on serving the Union and construction workers of this city. As the city grows in the future, we will support and serve those who make this growth possible.
Gaslight Lounge is a new, unique venue focused on music and art in St. Louis. Gaslight Lounge is the first of its kind—a space that will provide music lovers with “behind-the-scenes” access to the creative process of audio and visual documentation of musical performance. The venue (located at 4916 Shaw Ave., St. Louis, on The Hill) will house a recording studio, a bar and lounge area, and a walk-up food counter from the popular Cha Cha Chow food truck.
Patrons of Gaslight will be able to view and listen to a musical performance as it is being recorded in a professional studio setting. A floor-to-ceiling window on one wall of the performance area/studio will allow unlimited visibility of the recording process. The building will also be outfitted with cutting-edge audio and visual equipment to provide a live feed to the action in the studio.
The venue is now booking local, regional, and national artists to be among the first to experience Gaslight’s visionary approach to recording musical performances. Spots are also available for youth and high-school music groups and “rock schools” that want to document their songs and performances while parents and classmates take in the music.
Gaslight Lounge is brimming with possibilities for musical and artistic expression and appreciation. And the grand opening in Fall 2015 is only the beginning of a musical experience that St. Louis—and rest of the world—has never had access to before.
Elaia: Fine cuisine inspired by the flavors and traditions of the Mediterranean, set in a renovated 1890 brick home. Extensive winelist and impeccable service.
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, beginning at 5:30pm
Olio: Relaxed yet elegant dining, set in a 1930s gas station. Features 150+ wine selections and an educated spirits program inspired by old-world joie de vivre.
Some visitors have commented that our hours seem a bit odd and that sometimes we are closed when they arrive. I'd like to explain so that our visitors understand why that sometimes occurs. Mama Josephine's is all about my mom. The restaurant is a tribute to her; a way of showing my love for her and sharing her wonderful recipes. It is a small place where hospitality is one of the spices we use in every dish. It is a small place though; too small to sustain a decent income for my staff if I were to draw any type of income from it. Because I am a research scientist and have other obligations at times, and occasionally my staff has to be out for some reason, the restaurant is closed during what for us would be normal business hours. We always put a message on the phone, post to FB, and on Nextdoor so that our visitors can be made aware when this occurs. I know it's a pain, but please understand. I want to share my mom's wonderful food and we make every effort to be there if at all possible, but sometimes it just can't happen. Thank you for your continued visits and for sharing your time with us.
Since its debut in 1971, Dominic’s gourmet Italian cuisine has become famous in St. Louis and beyond. On the corner of Hereford and Wilson in the historic Italian neighborhood known as "The Hill," chef Dominic Galati and his wife, Jackie, serve up continental Italian cuisine with an emphasis on traditional regional dishes in an elegant atmosphere. Voted one of the two best Italian restaurants in the country by Conde Nast Traveler, Dominic's features fresh fish daily, sumptuous veal, beef, lamb, chicken, and homemade pasta as well as a comprehensive wine list.
Dominic Galati emigrated to the United States from Sicily in 1964, bringing with him a passion for food and life. He settled in St. Louis and, after learning the business, opened Dominic's on the Hill in 1971. He and Jackie, along with their extended family, have worked tirelessly to make Dominic's one of the finest Italian restaurants in the country. Since 1974, Dominic’s has been honored with the DiRoNA (Distinguished Restaurants of North America) award and is also the recipient of the Mobil Travel Guide Four-Star Award.
The Galati's cordially invite you to experience a one-of-a-kind fine Italian dining experience. Dominic’s serves dinner Monday – Saturday beginning at 5 p.m. Business dress and tasteful casual attire is preferred. Valet parking is available on the weekend for your convenience.
You can also experience Dominic's fine cuisine at Dominic’s Trattoria in the heart of Clayton.
Join us in the heart of the Central West End, but feel like you're in Italy! We serve upscale Italian unlike anything else you've had in Saint Louis...we promise a dining experience you're sure to remember!
It's the perfect spot for a date night. SImply reserve a table online at our website.
We can accommodate large parties, as well. Parties of 8 or more please call in for reservations.
Welcome to the Treasure Cove Rum Experience – a celebration and exploration of the flavors of rum! We’ve combined our passions for baking and infusing liquors to create Treasure Cove Rum Balls, featuring unique, decadent and fun flavor combinations typically not tasted in your grandma’s rum balls.
All of our products will soon be available for purchase through our website and our flavors are constantly changing to take advantage of seasonal ingredients so please make sure to check back often.
But if you’d like to taste and experience our collection of rum treasures for yourself, come by and visit us on Saturday mornings at the Tower Grove Farmers’ Market beginning April 18th! Sweet goodness and rum rolled into a ball...is there a better way to kick off a weekend?
The Piper Palm House's Café Madeleine offers visitors a relaxing environment to plan or reflect on their park experience every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. During that time, visitors may enjoy a brunch buffet amid the palms and statues, or outdoors on the Stupp Plaza in warm weather. The adjacent lily ponds offer a tranquil backdrop against which to relax or visit with friends or family. The Piper Palm House is also available for a variety of events, including wedding receptions, graduation parties, and other celebrations.