Ten flat-screen televisions play sports, sports, and more sports inside Texas Smokehouse and Saloon, and on select nights, the bar treats patrons to live musical acts and haiku readings. Drinks pair with chicken and beef sandwiches and soft pretzels brushed with a Budweiser and garlic-herb seasoning.
At DeCarlo's Bar and Grill, chefs take an innovative approach to burger making. Rather than piling toppings on the outside of the burger, they stuff flavorful ingredients—such as pepper jack cheese, bacon, or jalapenos—directly between two quarter-pound patties. These signature burgers ooze juicy fillings and gossip with every bite, and they star on a menu of pub fare also populated by hearty sandwiches, fried appetizers, customized pizzas, and a variety of draft beers and cocktails.
Metromix called Brewskeez "a happening place." It’s not hard to see why. The O'Fallon pub broadcasts sports games from nine televisions and two large projectors while bartenders pour drinks. In the kitchen, cooks grill brioche rolls to cradle burgers and load thin-crust pizzas with savory toppings. Patrons can send glossy balls careening across pool tables, listen to live music, and aim darts or sharpened silverware at bull's-eyes. Though Brewskeez's interior is smoke-free, its outdoor patio accommodates smokers.
To accompany a menu that sates appetites with hearty pub eats, including their popular $0.99 burgers, The Babylon houses more than 20 whistle-wetting draft beers. Patrons may also reserve a party room for free and come in on Saturdays for live musical performances.
Every Thursday through Saturday night, two pro piano players sit down at Jive and Wail's two baby grand pianos and proceed to bang out Top 40 hits from a plethora of eras, including time that has not yet come to pass, though these future-songs cannot be heard by present-day ears. Audience participation is not only encouraged but demanded by the dueling pianists—who are not above threatening their audience with atonal jazz if no song requests are forthcoming. Once you've made your request, the bar's high-tech sound system makes sure you won't miss it while refreshing your tipple at the full-service bar.
Snibo's Sportsbar & Cafe serves up a menu of hearty American favorites in a fun, pub-style atmosphere. Share an order of jalapeño poppers ($7.50) to kick off the friendly feeding frenzy, or split the brick-oven-baked goodness of a 16-inch one-topping thin-crust pizza ($11) between 16 friends with 1-inch mouths. Deep-fried catfish fillets ($9) swim over delighted taste buds, and savory gravy dances over slices of succulent meatloaf ($8) in a comfort food soiree. Tasty sandwiches range from the juicy bacon cheeseburger ($8.25) and the tangy chicken-caesar wrap ($8.50) to the smoky barbecue pulled beef on a toasted kaiser bun ($7.75), and a low-carb selection includes a half-pound burger ($9.50) and a chicken breast sandwich ($9.50), both served with cottage cheese, an egg, bacon, mozzarella salad, and a gluten-free fork.