Live Entertainment and Music destination for St. Louis!
Everything can Happen at The Coliseum, you just never know who, when or how many will be here, what we can tell you is there is always something exciting going on. VIP Booths for those who want to relax and enjoy the show or join in with everyone else. Bottle Service is available for those who know it's going to be a great night. All of that and more is what we have to offer you or your party a Great evening out and don't forget the Best in Live Entertainment and Dj's. This is Where Music Lives!!!!!!
The MOOD Of Every Atmosphere Should Be Right. MOOD , appeals to the more intimate. The fabulous décor may steal your eyes at the get-go but just wait until you experience the dessert infused cocktails, the reminiscing sounds of the DJ, paired with the beautiful people will keep your eyes occupied for the rest of the evening.
Although bottle service is the more expensive way to go when you go out, it’s worth it here. You can take a seat, rest your tired feet and still see and be a part of the fun.
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.
Now accepting reservations via Open Table. Book your table today! http://bit.ly/1eFTDOf
Wasabi Sushi Bar opened its doors downtown in 2003. Since then we have opened up 3 other Missouri locations, 2 Illinois locations, and now our newest location in Overland Park, MO!
Wasabi Downtown on Washington Avenue is located right in the heart of the city! Come dine with us before (or after) a night out on the town.
Our downtown location is also within walking distance of The Arch, City Museum, Convention Center, The Old Courthouse, Lumière Place Casino, Busch Stadium, and MANY MORE St. Louis attractions.
For more than a century, The Grand Hall has been the crown jewel of Union Station and with sweeping, Romanesque archways, frescos and gold leaf detailing, mosaics and art glass-stained windows and 65-foot ceilings, Grand Hall continues to awe visitors as the Union Station Hotel's lobby and lounge area. After a major renovation and restoration, Grand Hall has been restored to its former glory and reinvented as a one-of-a-kind dining and event venue complete with an ornate 70-feet, 22-seat bar and lounge seating. The wide selection of small plates, expertly prepared by executive chef Russel Cunningham, and full bar allows guests to share food among friends alongside a cocktail or linger over a meal.
The venue combines restored historical details with modern amenities and entertainment features, including a one-of-a-kind 3D entertainment display. Two or three times an hour, 3D mapping projections lasting 30-45 seconds play over the Grand Hall’s 65-foot tall ceilings with several vignettes, including the appearance of the building crumbling, the ceiling opening up to reveal shooting stars, snow or thunderstorms or historical motifs. Music complements some of the shows while others include narration by celebrities closely connected to St. Louis, including John Goodman and Joe Buck among others. Techno-Media, a company that recently won the 2014 THEA Award for the Best "Event Spectacular" for Michael Jackson "ONE" with Cirque du Soliel, was commissioned to create this one-of-a-kind attraction for Union Station.
Union Station is a St. Louis MetroLink station in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The station is adjacent to the Union Station shopping center. It was one of six MetroLink stations in the Downtown St. Louis Ride Free Zone at lunch time on weekdays prior to the 2009 service reduction.The station is on the 18th Street side of Union Station.