Clubs in Saint Louis


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  • Club 15
    While still chasing down fly balls and crushing home runs out of Busch Stadium, Jim Edmonds knew he wanted to set up shop in St. Louis after his days in a Cardinal uniform. After about five years of planning, he opened Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse in 2007 along with co-owner Mark Winfield. Initially, Jim and Mark just wanted a simple but elegant nightclub, but during the planning, layout, and actualization, excitement for the project led them to fill 14,000 square feet with a sophisticated restaurant, club and lounge, and event space. Jim was reluctant at first to have any sports memorabilia in the eatery or to publicize his involvement in the venture, but a few of his framed Cardinals jerseys made it into the restaurant, as did several chunks of outfield wall that he carried home as trophies. Playing a big part of the restaurant is, of course, the menu, which features a distinctive take on steak-house fare. With former executive chef Mihalis Chophouse's ideas and current executive chef Andrew Shrensker's recent influence, the menu boasts big cuts of meat, corn tortellini, and pesto-crusted salmon. A full bar and extensive wine list allows guests to match their decadent dishes with the perfect libation or just enjoy a drink while hanging out in the lounge.
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    1900 Locust St
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Broadway Oyster Bar
    Though it sits squarely in St. Louis, Broadway Oyster Bar might as well inhabit New Orleans. Even from the outside, the 150-year-old building exudes the revelry of the French Quarter, as an art-deco neon sign emblazoned with music notes joins colorful string lanterns to form an illuminated invitation for patrons to come in and live a little. Of course, inside is where the Cajun atmosphere is most apparent, especially in whiffs of dishes named the favorite Cajun/creole cuisine of the Sauce Magazine readers? poll every year since 2003. Chef Brad Hagen's acclaimed recipes include marinated alligator with homemade tartar sauce, shucked oysters topped with spinach cream sauce, and fresh-baked Gambino's bread filled with traditional po' boy fixings, such as fried catfish and shrimp. Feasts unfold in a cozy dining room or an open-air patio enclosed and heated in winter. There, local and national musicians grace the stage seven nights a week to play funk and blues tunes, just like Mom used to.
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    736 S Broadway
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • JitterSwing Dance Clubs
    The team at JitterSwing Dance Clubs constantly assures their clients that “JitterSwing is our name ... it is not a Dance.” Thanks to film and music videos, swing dance conjures images of acrobatics and leaping bodies, but JitterSwing’s instructors are popular for their approachable St. Louis Imperial style, which is slower-paced and accessible to students of any age. They lead couples and singles through group and private sessions that cover many other types of swing dance as well as country two-step, the cha-cha, and the river waltz. Partners preparing for a wedding dance can take advantage of private lessons, and youths aged 10–16 are invited to the juniors program. In addition to the multiple locations where instructors conduct their sessions, JitterSwing staff members also come out to private events to instruct guests of all ages.
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    10140 Concord School Road
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Drunken Fish STL
    At each of Drunken Fish's upscale restaurants, chefs create traditional and specialty sushi, along with stir-frys and other Japanese entrees. Fresh tuna nigiri and 10 oz Teriyaki glazed strip steak make for tasty pairings with signature cocktails, such as the Madame Butterfly with raspberry vodka, mango puree, and pineapple juice. Drunken Fish has four convenient locations within St. Louis, each featuring modern decor. Drunken Fish has won several awards and achievements for their fare, as they have been named Favorite Japanese/Sushi Restaurant by Sauce Magazine's Reader's Choice and have earned accolades for Best Sushi by both the Riverfront Times Reader's Choice and Alive Magazine People's Choice Hot List.
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    612 N 2nd St.
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Stanley's Cigar Lounge
    Established in 1876, Charles P. Stanley Cigar Company and Lounge caters to tobacco enthusiasts with a variety of rolled cigars, which can be paired with libations from their full bar. Mosey through Stanley’s shelved humidor stocked with more than 1,000 cigars from such brands as Arturo Fuente, Rocky Patel, Ashton, and Romeo and Julieta, a company known for combining tobacco leaves grown by feuding families ($6.75+ each). After selecting a cigar, stroll to Charles’s full bar and order a mug of Guinness ($6), a glass of Crown Royal ($9), or a Jack Daniels and soda-pop mixture ($8). As guests puff and sip, they can admire the lounge’s 42’x12’ Cuban mural and the 21-foot ceiling equipped with an exhaust system before settling into an Italian leather couch to catch a game on one of the lounge's flat-screen TVs or to try lighting stogies with nothing but an imaginative spark.
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    1000 Washington Ave
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Eclipse Restaurant
    Eclipse Restaurant offers an edgier take on traditional American fare. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. Beer, wine, and more are also available from Eclipse Restaurant's extensive drink list. Got kids? No problem at Eclipse Restaurant! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. Eclipse Restaurant is great for a large crowd and offers a private room for parties, celebrations or other merry gatherings. Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on Eclipse Restaurant's free wifi. Eclipse Restaurant offers patio seating in the warmer months. Catering is also available if you'd like serve Eclipse Restaurant's tasty dishes at your next party. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. Pull into a parking space in the neighboring lot, or take advantage of the restaurant's valet service. If the lot is crowded, diners can search for street parking. Dining at Eclipse Restaurant will set you back about $30 per person on average. All major credit cards are accepted. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Eclipse Restaurant serves up all three meals.
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    6177 Delmar Blvd
    Saint Louis, MO US
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