Ready to Howl, St Louis? Howl at the Moon, the dueling piano bar that rocks, is now open in St Louis! Our high-energy dueling pianos and amazing musicians are rocking the St Louis nightlife scene in St Louis’ new Ballpark Village! Prepare to dance; Howl St Louis’ dueling pianos rock your favorite music, from classic rock to hip hop! Our St Louis dueling pianos show will have you and your friends singing along and dancing to the music all night!
Howl at the Moon’s energetic and interactive dueling pianos in St Louis provide the perfect setting for fun special events! From St Louis corporate events to bachelorette parties to happy hour with friends, there’s always a party at Howl at the Moon. Come on in to the best dueling piano bar in St Louis at Ballpark Village to see St Louis nightlife at its best!
The Speakeasy is Saint Louis' only password protected night spot, located in the lower level of the Thaxton Building.
WE ARE ONLY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC WHEN WE ARE NOT PRIVATELY BOOKED. Check out our web site for a list of events, closings, and passwords. www.thaxtonspeakeasy.com
Our password changes weekly and can also be found on our web site.. Whisper it to the door man for a lower entry fee! 21+ only
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.
A live music joint, The Barn will be located inside PBR St. Louis and will continue the great live music tradition PBR venues have become known for around the United States. It will feature the best local, regional and national entertainment on a nightly basis. The intimate setting will feature a stage in front of the grand stone fireplace, state-of-the-art sound and cathedral ceilings exemplifying a chic but rustic barn feel. The Barn will share a 70 foot island bar with PBR and will embark floor to ceiling windows with Arch and city skyline views.
Prohibition Night at the Thaxton SpeakeasyDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 1009 Olive St St. Louis, MO 63102
••• HOT JAZZ! SPEAKEASY Style! •••
With Miss Jubilee*, Sweetie & the Toothaches, and many more!!
In Roaring 20's & 30's Fashion, Hot Jazz & Blues, Bathtub Gin, Moonshine, Classic & House Cocktails!
...at the Thaxton SPEAKEASY • EVERY THURSDAY !!! (that we are not privately booked)
* MISS JUBILEE brings along FREE beginner Swing Dance/Lindy Hop/Charleston lessons, provided by LINDY HOP ST. LOUIS
• 9pm - 1:30am
• $5 * $3 with Password!
• ENTER Thru the back alley
* get Password from the web site weekly: www.ThaxtonSpeakeasy.com
www.miss-jubilee.com • www.ThaxtonSpeakeasy.com
In America, we’re obsessed with size. Bigger homes and bigger trucks; we love the mammoth home runs and the muscle-bound monsters who belt them; the saying goes in basketball that “you can’t teach height;” and we salivate over the 350 pound lineman in football.
But what about the little guy? The underdog. The David to Goliath? The Rudy?
No one better exemplifies the underdog spirit than Eddie Gaedel, who stood just 3’7. On August 19, 1951, Gaedel came to the plate in his lone at-bat for the St. Louis Browns vs. the Detroit Tigers. Wearing uniform number 1/8, he walked in his only career plate appearance in front of 18,369 adoring fans. And despite small feet, his was no small feat, indeed.
So here’s to the little guy. Welcome to Tiny Bar – Kind of a BIG Deal.
We are a family owned and operated bar located just 500 feet south of Busch Stadium which makes us a hotspot for baseball fans to visit before, during and after games. We are only open on home Cardinal games right now, and Mardi Gras parade. We appreciate your business and look forward to meeting new friends, seeing familiar faces and making every season better than the last.
Amid the roar of Cardinals fans from the adjacent Busch Stadium, the Angry Beaver pub pairs mugs of beer with a straightforward menu of burgers, dogs, and brats. Behind the building’s cheerful red façade, mugs clink beneath neon beer signs as DJs spin vibrant music. Outside, a green awning stretches out over a massive patio speckled with umbrellas and tabletops. The bar boasts a staff of nimble and attractive bartenders, saving customers the awkwardness of ordering a drink from a wall gargoyle that never makes eye contact. The joint operates on Cardinals home game days, making it an ideal venue to visit before or after trips to the ballpark
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.
In search of a better life, Pete and Sofia Panopoulos with their 3 sons, Lou 10, Trifon 9, and Jim 3, left Greece and arrived in the U.S. on September 6, 1966.
Pete found a job at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel as a banquet waiter while Sofia worked as a seamstress at a downtown factory. The boys not only went to school but also worked odd jobs to help support the family once they were teens.
Trifon eventually became a manager in the restaurant business. After several years of long hours working for someone else, he decided to open his own place. Trifon partnered with Chris Dubis. Together the partners remodeled and opened Missouri Bar and Grille on February 14,1983. A few years after the original opening of the bar, Trifon became sole owner updating the name to "The NEW Missouri Bar & Grille”. Being located near the Post Dispatch and other thriving downtown businesses,The New Missouri Bar & Grille became a popular watering hole for reporters, newsmen and local bigwigs as well as many "average joes" of St. Louis.
Trifon spent his days doing all that he could to please his customers by treating every person as though they were part of his family. Before too long, the bar known as "The New Missouri Bar & Grille” became affectionately known to all who patronize it as "MoBar". It is without a doubt that Trifon's huge heart was the reason MoBar became his second home and the second home of many more St. Louisans.
To our old and new friends alike , WELCOME BACK! With the love of our brother we welcome you to our "MO BAR" family.