they don't serve food or keep posted business hours, never got to redeem the groupon
No one would ever return my call, I received a refund from Groupon
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It closed before I could use my Groupon!
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The worst experience we've ever had and we didn't even order food based on the other reviews. We were there at 8pm on a Friday and left after 9pm and we were the only customers. We ordered 3 different drinks off the drink menu and they were out of all of the brands described in the menu so the bartender had to guess or go ask someone what to substitute to try to make the same drink. Awful.
The drinks are really overpriced for the quality and presentation, not to mention the fact that they didn't have all of the ingredients to even make some of the drinks. The menus print is incredibly small and the kitchen was down. What a waste.
The concept is great but there was no decor to drive the theme home, they either were out of or couldn't prepare all but three items on the menu, and the service was very slow!
Lacledes landing hidden gem. Serving awesome burgers and fries plus delicious shrimp apps cold beer. Bartender was awesome tried a few fave schafly beers. Unique wedding/bday/Christmas party venue 3rd floor. Will come come back for nite life featuring dueling pianos. Tourist easy walk Luminere/four season hotel. Locals enjoy large group gathering in historical setting.
At 7 pm on a Tuesday night, we were the only ones there. It took half an hour for our server to realize that the kitchen printers weren't working. Then he found out they were out of what I ordered, so he brought me the menu to pick something else. Then he found out they didn't have that either. When we finally got our food, it was okay, but not worth the headache.
The venue was cool, you won't see anything like this in STL. 20s themed, 3 floors of different themes, black and white movie, live band, etc. The food was very a-okay... it came out cold. We didn't try their drinks, but heard there were 40 prohibition cocktails to choose from! Service was quite slow when we went, took forever to order and get our food.
The bartender was good but the food was mediocre. I ordered a burger, but was not asked how I wanted it cooked. 2 very small overcooked burgers came on a bun with burnt grilled onions. They also need new menus. I am sure someone put a lot of time & effort into the menu, but it is impossible to read. The print is way too small and the letters don't pop off the dark menu!
From Our Editors
Were the Roaring '20s called such because everyone always had a rip-roaring good time? If not, The Roaring 20s in St. Louis argues a pretty good case for it. The music venue, dancehall, and cocktail lounge is a veritable hub of evening entertainment. With three floors and 30,000 square feet of space this venue is not only one of the biggest local owner venues in the city, but also one of the most unique. Each floor is uniquely themed with its own offerings with all three floors sharing an expansive Cocktail Menu including a great wealth of prohibition, vintage tiki, and speakeasy themed drinks plus an extensive craft beer selection.
The first floor “Blind Pig” offers a full restaurant offering upscale comfort and American food including some very unique burger and hot dog twists, plus a few Cajun surprises along with a combination all-request dueling pianos and live band karaoke format. Additionally there are two bars, one out of a 19th century steamboat topped with 19th century stained glass out of a Soulard church. The second floor “Noir” is a nightclub and event space themed around classic black and white movies. Upscale and serving the same incredible cocktail menu, expect classic black and white movies projected directly onto the original 150 year old brick of the building. Stellar local and national DJs play weekends while mixing top 40, EDM, throw back, and even a little electro swing. The third floor “Roaring Twenties Concert Hall” brings a dedicated concert venue back to the landing for the first time since Mississippi Nights. With incredible views of the Arch, and the Mississippi, the third floor is a wide open space with incredible acoustics, original brick, and a massive vintage bar.
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