Bobby's Place is named after Bobby Plager, a former St. Louis Blues defense-man and cultural icon of the 70's.
At first glance you might not notice all of the different famous Bobby’s memorabilia. Want to watch the blues in High Definition; Bobby's Place has you covered! Bobby's Place has great drink specials and food specials every day. With a DJ every weekend and a juke box for you to play your favorite songs, you will never get bored here!
This is our newestof three locations, right in the heart of Wash. Ave! Stop in to say hi to our bombshells and stay for the amazing drink specials.
Sauce on the Side is a fast, casual style restaurant specializing in gourmet calzones. The three owner/operators have been friends for years and are extremely excited about sharing their concept with everyone.
Open For Lunch and Dinner!
This is the central gathering place and entertainment plaza of Ballpark Village with two levels and 20,000 square feet of entertainment market space. With a world-class audio and video presentation, including a 40 foot LED Screen and a performance stage, St. Louis sports fans will get one of the best sports-viewing experiences in the country. This will be the place to be year round with a 100 foot long retractable glass roof, one of the largest of its kind in the country, fans can enjoy the nice weather during warmer months. The venue will include, a stage for live concerts and performances, LED ribbon boards circling the entire space, a 200 seat restaurant and VIP lounge area.
Blood & Sand is a membership based restaurant ($15/month) so we can develop meaningful relationships and provide intimate dining experiences. We are not private for the sake of being exclusive, which is why we are very encouraging for anyone to have a 1 time trial visit. Just give us a call and we'll happily make a reservation for you!
Upscale yet casual and cozy.
Quick service gourmet breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Grab your Latte and breakfast sandwich on your way to work in the morning or sit inside and work on your laptop (Free Wi-Fi) while relaxing in one of our comfy leather chairs. 2
Come back in the evening for for full service and enjoy delicious small plates including Fox River Cheeses and Salume Beddu charcuterie, Hummus and more. Or if you prefer a large plate, try our Market Fresh Fish Special or our Bone-in Pork Chop with Mushroom Risotto or our Seared Beef Tenderloin paired with wine, specialty beers and/ or handcrafted martini's. Oh, and did we mention the DESSERTS and dessert drinks?
We also have a fabulous brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am till 4pm. This includes a Bloody Mary Bar and Mimosa Specials.
We even offer catering. We can provide boxed lunches or large platters for all kinds of events--Work meetings, showers, birthdays, graduation parties, celebrations, entertaining clients, and so much more! For more information give us a call and ask to speak with a manager.
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.
Welcome to The Side Bar, your neighborhood restaurant and bar open 7 days a week in St. Louis’ historic loft district on Washington Ave at 14th Street! Whether you want to grab some lunch, like our customer favorite tenderloin sandwiches, enjoy live music or watch your favorite sports- we’ve got you covered.
The Side Bar is the perfect place to get a drink with friends after work. Our delicious infused vodkas include pineapple, pepper and other fruits that will delight your taste buds. We feature live music several nights a week with bands like Rich Mahogany, Rocky Mountain Oysters, Shrinking Violets and many others! We’re also your St. Louis Cardinals headquarters, with big screen TV’s playing Cardinals baseball, Rams football, Missouri Tigers, Fighting Illini, March Madness and more.
You can’t miss patio season at The Side Bar! Stop by for Happy Hour during the week from 4 pm to 7 pm to see how beautiful weather and our cocktails just go perfectly together. We invite you to visit our website for additional information on upcoming events, then bring your friends and family to join us at The Side Bar tonight!
Welcome to The Precinct – the safest bar in town.
Located next door to the new St. Louis Police Department headquarters in downtown St. Louis, The Precinct is a welcoming neighborhood bar and grill with great food and drinks.
At The Precinct, we honor the men and women who protect and serve St. Louis – our police and first responders. Our menu items reflect a fun sense of style with dishes such as the “Hot Pursuit Wing Challenge,” “The Billy Club,” and “K-9 Dogs.”
And it never hurts when the top place in town to watch your sports teams on TV is owned by one of St. Louis’ own sports legends – Jim Edmonds.
Come share some wings and good times with all of us at The Precinct. We can’t fix your traffic ticket, but we can fix terrific food and drinks.
We are first and foremost a local brewery selling within roughly a 300 mile radius from the breweries. This gets our trucks there and back in a day, keeps the beer at its freshest and creates minimum carbon footprint. For now, Schlafly Beer is available in Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee. Limited distribution can also be found in Washington DC, New York City, Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware. Outside of this immediate community, we are beginning to get favorable press coverage for producing some of America’s best quality beer.
Kiel Auditorium was an indoor arena located in St. Louis, Missouri. It was the home of the St. Louis University basketball team and hosted the NBA's St. Louis Hawks, from 1955 to 1968.The arena, completed in 1934, at a cost of $6 million, seated 9,300. It was originally named the Municipal Auditorium, but was renamed in honor of former St. Louis Mayor Henry Kiel in 1943. A unique feature of the auditorium was that it was split into two; the front of the building was the Kiel Opera House. It was possible to use both sides at once as the stages were back to back. President Harry Truman gave a speech there in which both sides were opened to see his speech.In 1955, the auditorium was also the venue for the second international conference of Alcoholics Anonymous, which established the service conference structure for the movement.Kiel Auditorium played host to a variety of concerts and wrestling events, from the 1950s, until its closure in 1991. In 1983, it was the host of the Miss Universe Pageant. From the 1950s until the 1970s, the Kiel Auditorium was behind only Madison Square Garden as North America's most famous wrestling arena, hosting three NWA World Heavyweight Championship title changes from 1959 until 1986. The most notable wrestling event that took place at the Kiel Auditorium was WCW's premier event, Starrcade 1990. The building was demolished in 1992, but not before hosting the Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball tournament the preceding year.
The Gateway Multimodal Transportation Center, also known as Gateway Station, is a rail and bus terminal station in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Opened in 2008 and operating 24 hours a day, it serves Amtrak trains and Greyhound cross-country buses. Missouri's largest rail transportation station, it is located one block east of St. Louis Union Station.Gateway Station cost $31.4 million to build. and after more than a year of delays, it fully opened November 19, 2008. The station's unique design has won several awards, including 2009 St. Louis Construction News and Real Estates Regional Excellence Award, 2008 Best New Building by the Riverfront Times, and the 2009 Award of Merit - Illuminating Engineering Society Illumination Awards.TransportationGateway Station serves as a terminal hub for:AmtrakOf the 12 Missouri stations served by Amtrak, St. Louis was the busiest in FY2015, seeing an average of 885 passengers daily. The station is served by Amtrak's Missouri River Runner, Lincoln Service, and the Texas Eagle, with all but Texas Eagle originating and terminating at the station.MetroLinkGateway Station is next to the 1993-built Civic Center (St. Louis MetroLink) station, which serves the Red Line and Blue Line.
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