A meal with friends soothes the soul, much like a mother's hug or a movie about brave dogs learning to read. Enjoy a feel-good feast with this Groupon.
$35 for Cocktails and Upscale Bar Dishes (Up to $82 Value)
Guests can choose four shaken or infused cocktails (up to a $13.50 value each) and two food items (up to a $14 value each, though customers can use their $14 toward more expensive items). Cocktails include the Dark Side of the Moon, a blend of Bacardi OakHeart, mint, and fresh lime. Food ranges from truffled popcorn to roasted mussels in red wine with fiama sausage and fennel.
360 St. Louis
“While far too many menus babble with details, Three Sixty’s undersells,” a reporter for St. Louis Magazine wrote after a visit. “’Smoked salmon chips’ in no way covers what arrives: a couple of tablespoons’ worth of rough-ground, fragrantly smoked salmon atop a big crispy, salty potato chip, topped with tiny capers and nibbles of sweet red onions.” Even the name, 360 St. Louis, merely hints gently at the bejeweled panorama of downtown St. Louis and birds' eye view into Busch Stadium that sprawl before the eatery. The 6,000-square foot rooftop bar, part of the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, also surrounds diners with a dramatic wine wall, flat-screen TVs, and toasty fire pits.
From behind an expansive outdoor bar and a large indoor bar, mixologists craft shaken and infused cocktails, drawing on inventive ingredients including pumpkin puree, house-made ginger liquor, and local apple cider. Bartenders also supply an extensive selection of wines and beers, which guests can nurse while grooving grooving to DJs spinning two nights a week after 10 PM.
While barkeeps tend to libations, Executive Chef Rex Hale draws upon more than 25 years of culinary experience that has taken him everywhere from South Africa to the British Virgin Isles. In 360 St. Louis' open kitchen, he uses locally sourced ingredients to create globally inspired, upscale bar food such as short rib sliders and handmade fish tacos. St. Louis Magazine considers his wild mushroom and goat cheese pizza a "must-try," while his lobster risotto is "realized extravagantly."