"There are no DJs, dress code or gimmicks, just drinks and a jukebox. The interior is old-school: In its dim, high-backed booths, you'll feel equally comfortable sharing a pitcher of Guinness with an intimate group of friends or penning your first novel while knocking back shots of Jameson."
- Riverfront Times
The Whiskey Ring is a brand new bar located at the corner of Cherokee st and Ohio ave.
We offer over 50+ different bottles of bourbon, rye, scotch and malt whiskeys!
We also have an excellent array of cocktails including some prohabition era libations.
Come by and give us a try!
Lilly’s - Music & Social House is a community gathering place designed for women and their friends. The menu features handcrafted cocktails, craft beer, wine, pizzas, snacks, and small plates. Entertainment includes live music, DJs, games, and the friendliest staff in St. Louis. Lilly’s is a new home-base for ladies who love ladies, and we welcome ALL who enjoy a casual, creative, and fun atmosphere. Cheers to delicious food and drinks, good music, and great women!
Wednesdays: GiveBack Wayback Wednesdays
Thursdays: Acoustic Living Room w/ Kristen
Fridays: Live Music
Saturday: Supper Club, DJs in the Lilly's Lounge
Sunday: Brunch All Day, Live Music
We are one of Cherokee streets newest bars located in the Cherokee bottoms. We offer all Local beers on tap and a wide range of bottles and cans that will fit most any ones needs. We are a non-smoking bar with a large back patio for those that are smokers. We have live music during most weekend nights and sometimes during the week. Open 7 days a week!
The WOLFPACK SYNDICATE, a DIY collective of punks and skins, promotes and books the best underground punk, hardcore, and oi! events in St. Louis. We collaborate with other promoters throughout the country to bring you events ranging from DJ nights and concerts to entire festivals. We network with scenes in other cities and countries to foster a broad and far-reaching community. Our sole purpose is to grow the subcultures that made us who we are today. Join the WOLFPACK and help make St. Louis one of the premier cities for UNDERGROUND music. THE SCENE WILL THRIVE IF YOU HELP KEEP IT ALIVE!!!!
Emulating the historic Saint Petersburg art movement of early twentieth century Russia, Stray Dog Theatre derives its name from Brodyachaya Sobaka (Stray Dog) a legendary bohemian café frequented by the area’s most cutting edge artists. Every evening during the early 1900s, diverse audiences gathered to enjoy an evening of eclectic entertainment as the café played host to an array of actors, directors, playwrights, artists and poets. In recognition of the café‘s legacy, SDT seeks to enhance the theatre experience for all by encouraging a collaborative approach.
I am your neighborhood photographer for any and all your photography needs. Having a baby and want some memories on film? Have an event- any size, large or small. Want some family photos?? I am offering a Christmas special in a studio setting. Classic and candid,funny and fun.
The Cinco De Mayo Festival on Cherokee Street is one of the largest festivals in the St. Louis area, bringing together over 45,000 attendees to celebrate the rich culture and artistic community on Cherokee Street and surrounding South St. Louis City neighborhoods.
This years’ festival will take place on Saturday, May 7th 2016 from 11:00am to 9:00pm on Cherokee Street, between Nebraska and Jefferson Street.
The festival will pack the street with people enjoying authentic food, drinks, music, entertainment, art and merchandise. The People’s Joy Parade presented by Community Arts and Movement Project will begin at its traditional time of 1:11 PM and has become a festival highlight and beloved celebration of community.
Holding 120-200 guests for a sit-down event (depending on dance floor size and band or DJ specifications) or 300 people for a cocktail party, this venue is ideal for anything.
Empire Hall features loft space – available to be used as a VIP area, bridal salon or DJ booth – as well as a beautiful custom-built double bar and a catering garage with prepping tables for service. Outdoor alcohol and food is welcome, although we are happy to provide catering recommendations if needed. We are also proud to provide rental equipment if necessary, along with a rental parking lot if our adequate street parking is not sufficient for your needs. Empire Hall is your one stop destination for it all.
One of the dopest open mic nights in St. Louis. Come vibe with us, sip with us, chill with us, laugh with us. Great energy from local and national poets that grace the mic. Hosted by Corey Black with sounds provided by Black Spade.
Every Last Sunday @ Blank Space.
Doors open at 7:30pm
First 10 artist to sign up before 8pm are free.
The Luminary is open by appointment only until Wednesday, September 10. To make an appointment email Liz Deichmann, Event Manager, at [email protected]
The Luminary is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit founded in 2007 as a forum for artistic research, production and presentation, conceived in response to both our immediate and international community, alongside our audiences, and in dialogue with artists.
V-3 is intended to be a space that can be used by a variety of artists for either exhibition purposes or experimental art. The space is modular and can host a wide variety of shows.
To request an appointment, or for inquiries about showing at V-3 please email us at [email protected]