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Bars and nightlife in St. Louis County

Top bars

General Entertainment
“Great nightlife location with multiple bars such as Sharky, PBR and several more. Be prepared to dance. Must be 21 to enter. ”
  • 36 locals recommend
Bar
“If you're looking to spend a few hours with friends at a large brewpub , this is the place. They have a large selection of house brewed beers. You can also step up to the order line to choose from a creative menu featuring German flair.”
  • 41 locals recommend
Bar
“Super rad and funky bar, great live music! One of the best outdoor patios that showcases beautiful one-of-a-kind mosaics. Short Uber ride from here. Must see!”
  • 48 locals recommend
BBQ Restaurant
“You may have heard of this place from it's feature on Diners, Drive-In and Dives with Guy Fiery. The smothered fries are amazing! ”
  • 37 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Oysters. Seafood. Live Jazz Music. So. Good. An STL must visit. Walkable from Busch Stadium!”
  • 34 locals recommend
Bar
“Midsize live-music theater with tiered seating, cabaret tables & dance floor in front of the stage.”
  • 30 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Blueberry is an essential spot when visiting Saint Louis! Built in 1972 the restaurants has countless memorabilia lining the walls and decor. It's incredibly unique and the location is great if you want to check out other restaurants along Delmar Blvd!”
  • 43 locals recommend
Bar
“This is one of our favorite spots to go and a must for anyone visiting Soulard! McGurk’s has an Irish band play 7 nights/week and do not forget to order their fish & chips! 💃🏼 ☘️ 🍻 Walkable!”
  • 36 locals recommend

Nightclubs

Bar
“Super rad and funky bar, great live music! One of the best outdoor patios that showcases beautiful one-of-a-kind mosaics. Short Uber ride from here. Must see!”
  • 48 locals recommend
Cinema
“Cinema where patrons can eat and drink from the kitchen and full bar during screenings of current films. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Bar
“Rooftop 360 is a STUNNING view of the arch and the baseball stadium, as well as the entire downtown STL. Great food and drinks!”
  • 13 locals recommend
Bar
“Great food and blues bands in downtown St. Louis for night life and music lovers.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Night Club
“Wheelhouse is a bar, restaurant and a nightclub. It has 3 large bars, outside lounge area, VIP mezzanine and stage, bottle service and many more. Great place to go out at the weekends and have fun.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Speakeasy
“Swanky 1920s style speakeasy. Nicely restored. Dress up and have a cocktail! ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Night Club
“Gay & lesbian nightclub with dance floor, performance stage & indoor/outdoor gathering space”
  • 8 locals recommend
Bar
“Arcade bar with tons of games from new to retro, and huge tv's with Nintendo 64 consoles.”
  • 7 locals recommend

Music venues

Hockey Arena
“LETS GO BLUUEES! Come downtown to enjoy the STL Blues Hockey team or catch a concert coming through the Lou. ”
  • 35 locals recommend
Bar
“Cleaned-up, brick-walled industrial space housing a bar scene, live music & Mexican food/burgers. Yummy margaritas. ”
  • 17 locals recommend
Theatre
“Wonderful Musicals throughout the summer months. Tickets for sale online and at the theater. Get there early to get Free seat tickets for all shows!”
  • 14 locals recommend
Music Venue
“Immerse yourself in the classics in our beautiful Powell Hall. If symphony isn't your style, check-out performances at The Fabulous Fox, The Peabody, The Sheldon, or The Pageant, where there is something for everybody. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“You can't miss the "perfect acoustics of the Sheldon Concert Hall" and the gallery hosts a rotating collection. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Concert Hall
  • 3 locals recommend
Pub
“This place is a legend. Live Music Venue, nightclub, beer, hamburgers. Casual. Ages 21-99. Later at night, there may be a $5 cover depending on the bands. Several rooms, sometimes with additional live music. In 1921 Anheuser Busch opened a drinking establishment in the picturesque river town of Alton, Illinois. A yellow brick building, Bon-Air, was built. Sam Balaco, and later his son Lotteo, owned Bon-Air for 50 yrs. 1981, in a move that changed history forever, Eddie Sholar (aka Fast Eddie) purchased Bon-Air. Things began to change – FAST! In the more than 20 yrs that Fast Eddie has owned Bon-Air, it has quadrupled in size. Seats 300, standing room for 300 more. fasteddiesbonair.com”
  • 3 locals recommend
Theatre
“Outdoor stage showing musical theater & concerts since 1917, with limited free seats for every show.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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