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.
Diablitos (means little devils) is a "Mexican Street Vendor" themed Cantina.
The menu is influenced by the flavors of Oaxaca, Durango and Mexico City with a hint of Tex-Mex. We pride ourselves on utilizing the freshest ingredients possible, often picked from our garden. Our goal is to bring you fresh, authentic flavors that you normally wouldn’t find in St. Louis in a fun, unique atmosphere.
Menu selections include Chile con Queso, a variety of house-made Guacamoles and Salsas, Empanadas, Fajitas, Huaraches, fresh tortillas made-to-order and more!
Our drink menu will feature house-infused tequilas, traditional margaritas, as well as street vendor beverages such as Frescas Horchates and a beer and wine selection.
Diablitos Cantina, where you can make friends, meet friends while gathering over great food and amazing cocktails. Come visit us and see where the little devils play today!
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.
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.
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.
Station House is an industrial bar and concert venue in the heart of St. Louis, one block northeast of Grand and Chouteau on Theresa Street. We have 8 taps of local draft beer, as well as selected spirits from local craft distilleries. Our beer garden has a cozy fire pit and a stage where we host live music throughout the spring, summer, and fall.
Station House is also perfect for private events and parties. Call today to find out more!
Urban Chestnut Bier Hall- the GroveDistance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis 4465 Manchester Ave St. Louis, MO 63110
Grown and Sexy!!! 30 and over... there is a upstairs for private parties and special engagements. We have dart boards and an internet juke box.
Concert Venue Near The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy
Rock University Festival Distance: 0.0 miCompetitive Analysis 4140 Manchester Ave St. Louis, MO 63110-3847
An all-ages event lasting twelve hours that is dedicated to promoting unity in the Saint Louis rock-n-roll community. It will be held from 2pm to 2am at Atomic Cowboy on Saturday, September 28th of 2012, featuring three stages of rock music simultaneously. The festival's attendees and artists alike will range in various age groups, ethnicities, back rounds, belief systems and lifestyles, not to mention genres of rock. Our goal is to have an all-ages show where the “next generation” of bands perform in the same venue as "veteran bands"! A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Play It Forward foundation. http://www.playitforwardstl.org