Deals in Compton Heights

Up to 50% Off Appetizers and Drinks at The Purple Martin

The Purple Martin

Fox Park

$24 $12


Neighborhood bistro pairs cocktails and other drinks with Mediterranean-inspired appetizers

51% Off One or Two Pizza Meals at Elicia's Pizza

Elicia's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$30.33 $15


Start meals with appetizers such as jalapeno poppers, followed by a deluxe salad and an extra-large pizza with a choice of three toppings

Baida Moroccan Restaurant – Up to 47% Off

Baida Moroccan Restaurant

St Louis

$30 $16

Herbs and spices infuse Moroccan pastries, couscous, and braised meats to fill a simple dining room

50% Off at Ernesto's Winebar

Ernesto's Winebar

Benton Park

$40 $20

Homage to Ernest Hemingway with subtly complex small plates, craft beers, and seafood sautéed in wine sauce

50% Off Casual American Food at The Choice

The Choice

Saint Louis

$30 $15

Comforting dishes such as blackened chicken fettuccine, stuffed burgers topped with shrimp-and-crab sauce, and stuffed potato skins

Up to 60% Off Pub Food at Big Daddy's on the Landing

Big Daddy's on the Landing and Soulard

Multiple Locations

$30 $15


Throw a bash or pub crawl with all-you-can-drink libations and appetizers; enjoy classic pub eats at two locations

Half Off Soulard Sommerfest 

Soulard Sommerfest

Big Daddy's - Soulard

$68 $34

Revelers gather in a tent for an Oktoberfest-style celebration with German beer, food, and music

Up to 50% Off Meal at Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill

Friendly's Sports Bar and Grill

St. Louis

$27 $13.50


Open-faced roast beer, cod filet, and fried chicken at an award-winning sports bar with more than 40 TVs

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Van Goghz, a martini bar and bistro that one St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer called “a hidden gem”, is known for its trendy ambience and for cocktails such as the pomegranate cheesecake martini. Diners can pair sips of mixed drinks or wine with bites of bacon-wrapped steak, burgers topped with fried onion petals and whiskey sauce, or vegetarian specialties like the grilled portobello sandwich with spinach, artichokes, sunflower seeds, and Italian cheeses.

3200 Shenandoah Ave
Saint Louis,

Serving what the Riverfront Times calls "jazzed-up American-grill standards," Fox Park Grille infuses its starters, sandwiches, and wings with signature touches. The grill's casual atmosphere ushers sports fans and foodies alike to its tables, where burgers stuffed with american, blue, and swiss cheese challenge hands to heft their kaiser rolls. From the meatballs to the sauces, including roasted red pepper, honey mustard, and marinara, the kitchen crafts many eats in-house and remains open until at least 10 p.m. six days a week.

Aside from innovative bar fare, Fox Park Grille also specializes in evening entertainment. Guests vie for the top spot during Wednesday trivia nights, and karaoke singers take the stage on Thursday and Friday. On Saturdays, DJ Rayn spins songs from the ’80s and ’90s for a nostalgic dance party that segues into a fight club for former prom kings.

2855 Shenandoah Ave
Saint Louis,

With more than 11 years of cross-country dance experience, Almas Del Ritmo Dance Company LLC's artistic director and certified Zumba instructor Carmen Guynn promotes cultural awareness during a range of Latin and Afro-Caribbean dance classes, including Zumba, salsa, and bachata. The dance haven derives its name from the Spanish words for soul and rhythm, which Guynn hopes will inspire her students to summon their inner selves on the dance floor without toting along heavy x-ray machines. In addition, the studio donates money to charities such as International Crisis Aid, Feed the City, and the Ronald McDonald House.

3515 Park Ave
Saint Louis,

A mix of sleek, brightly colored stools and weathered wooden tables creates a rustic, yet modern look inside The Purple Martin. And a mix of new and old is exactly what guests can expect from the executive chef, whose creative bistro dishes often incorporate traditional Mediterranean spices and flavors. The signature house dish is a Tunisian chickpea stew called lablabi. Chefs ladle cups of it atop a slice of bread, which soaks up the rich flavors of savory garlic and cumin broth, and top the bowl with a poached egg. For lighter dishes, chefs toss sprigs of arugula with purple beets and orange slices before drizzling the entire mixture in a North-African vinaigrette. They also shave off thin slices of seasoned lamb to tuck into doner kebabs or inscribe with secret messages marked "eat after reading."

2800 Shenandoah Ave
Saint Louis,

Host to regular erotic art shows and sex-positive social events, Shameless Grounds serves up a dose of radical inclusiveness alongside its frothy espresso drinks. Customers 18 and older rappel down the human-sexuality lending library's bookshelves with care so as not to spill foamy lattes (a $3 value) or bold americanos (a $2.55 value) on erotic photography and gender-studies tomes. Alternatively, the S'creamer (a $3.85 value) combines ice cream and espresso with rich chocolate sauce for a dessert easily sipped during rounds of kinky bingo, fetish-themed karaoke nights, and other sex-positive events.

2650 Sidney Street
St. Louis,

The product of an artistically inclined married couple with a passion for all-natural foods, SweetArt boasts a menu of organic and homemade cookies, cupcakes, cakes, sandwiches, and wraps, with an all-vegetarian lunch menu that features a bounty of vegan options. Co-founder Cbabi's colorful paintings cover the neighborhood bakeshop and art studio's sun-kissed, bright walls, making it a lovely locale to bust out your idea journal over a vegan Sweet burger ($7.25) paired with a spicy cup of flad ($3.95), Sweet Art's house-made, vegan, three-bean chili loaded with chunky sweet potatoes. The grilled Klemm ($5.95) is served stuffed with cheese, fresh broccoli, and roasted garlic, while the vegan Botanical ($6.85) swaddles baked tofu, black sesame seeds, cilantro, spicy peanut sauce, and veggies.

2203 S 39th St
Saint Louis,