Although there are numerous options for after-dinner entertainment in many of the city's diverse neighborhoods, we have decided to provide you with a few suggestions broken down by location.
Saint Louis University Area
Dantes prides themselves on being a multicultural venue, covering Latin, Euro-pop, Regional Mexicano, Bachata, Reggaton, Salsa, Cumbia, and more. They are a 2 room venue that is setup to host anything from a local college event, to a live concert. Dantes consistently packs the house every night and have an incredible reputation for giving their patrons the best of the best when it comes to service, pricing, and quality. Their VIP service is second to none with 4 sections surrounding the dance floor. a personal wait-staff and "Purgatory" their secluded VIP section elevated in the rear of the club, complete with upscale seating, lighting, private bar and private dance floor.
|The Scottish Arms||
In addition to being a dining destination, the Scottish Arms also offers an impressive scotch and beer list in a rustic, traditional victorian-style pub atmosphere.
|Urban Chestnut Brewing Company||
This up and coming St. Louis brewery is an unconventional-minded yet tradition-oriented brewer of craft beer. Their German-style biergarten is the perfect place to unwind with a few cold ones.
Central West End
|Dressel's Public House||
Dressel's provides a comfortable and delicious pub environment catering mainly to the local arts and literary scene since 1980.
Llewelyn's offers a complete pub experience in one of St. Louis' finest areas for over 35 years. They boast over 35 beers on tap and over 40 more in bottle. They also have an expansive list of whiskeys and great pub fare.
|Sub Zero Vodka Bar||
A very popular place for socialites by night, this vodka bar not only serves over 500 vodkas from 28 countries, Sub Zero also has a great sushi menu.
Club Viva is your passport to world music and dance... Whether your choice is Latin, Reggae, or International, you can experience the hottest orchestras and DJ's while feeling the energy and heat rise from the dance floor. Viva comes to life, Tuesday-Saturday, and club-goers unleash their enthusiasm and passion while enjoying St. Louis' only world beat nightclub.
|Brennan's Bottleship and Bar||
Brennan's offers an eclectic mix of people, small tables, dim lighting, a well stocked bar, and good conversation.
Taste strives for perfection in food, cocktails, and drink with locally sourced food and new classic cocktails featuring a tip top selection of hand selected spirits. Taste is very popular, so make sure to call ahead for reservations.
|Charles P. Stanley Cigar Bar||
If you enjoy a fine cigar, then the leather and dark wood adorned Stanley Cigar Bar is the place for you. They have a friendly atmosphere and an impressive walk-in humidor.
Soaring nearly 400 feet above downtown St. Louis, Three Sixty is the ultimate rooftop bar. Located atop the perfectly positioned Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, Three Sixty offers sweeping views in all directions - hence the name - including a bird's eye view right into Busch Stadium.
|Broadway Oyster Bar||
With the wonderful ambiance of the French Quarter in New Orleans, The Broadway Oyster Bar will lure you with the best Cajun-Creole cuisine in St. Louis. Broadway Oyster Bar features live music seven nights a week from the best local and national touring acts. The music ranges from New Orleans funk to blues, reggae, rock, roots and jam.
|BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups||
One of the best blues clubs in town, BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups offers some of the best live blues on the Mississippi River seven nights a week.
|Beale on Broadway||
Beale on Broadway is a blues club first and foremost, nestled right next to Broadway Oyster Bar and BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups. Live blues performances are held almost every night of the week, often on their outdoor stage.
|Three Kings Public House||
Offering fine food and drinks, live entertainment and a warm atmosphere, you won't find a better place to spend your time in the Loop.
Blueberry Hill is a landmark restaurant and music club filled with pop culture memorabilia. The club is owned by Chuck Berry and he still gives performances once a month.
Cicero's has always been a leader in the St. Louis beer scene. Over the years, they learned that beer drinkers enjoy drinking the latest and greatest beer. That is why Cicero's changes their beer menu weekly. If you are looking for the newest amazing beer, they probably have it.
|33 Wine Shop & Tasting Bar||
This hole in the wall wine and whiskey bar is worth the trouble of finding it's non-descript entrance. Their exceedingly knowledgeable staff is happy to recommend wines and whiskeys from the hundreds of bottles on offer. Be forewarned, they are closed on Sundays and Mondays.
|Bailey's Chocolate Bar||
Here one can dine, dessert, and drink all under one roof. Baileys' Chocolate Bar also features a full bar with over two dozen Chocolate Martini's, 90 beers, as well as spirits, wine, champagne and amazing Hot Chocolates.