St. Louis has a number of entertaining establishments, from music venues to nightclubs to late night haunts, with diverse offerings to cater to the 18 and up or under 21 crowd, St. Louis style.
Piano bars come in two types. One is the quiet piano lounge, where a few listeners sit around the piano and sing along with show tunes and classics. The other is the dueling piano bar, where revelers drink, sway and sing along while entertainers bang out popular tunes on a pair of baby grands.
What’s summer without a soundtrack? Here are some classics to keep you groovin’ when the temperature rises.
Dads pass on their talents to their kids. And some kids follow dad into the music business, including these musical families.
If you (or your date) are wearing a mini and stilettos, or if the crazy St. Louis weather is wreaking havoc — or if you just want to feel like a high roller — you can indulge in some valet parking at these local hot spots.
St. Louis hipster hangouts run the spectrum, from dingy dive bars to to full-blown nightclubs. Here’s the low-down on the best scenester spots in the Lou.
Even with the smoking ban that has been in effect in some cities since 2004, with a little research, cigar connoisseurs can still find those cedar embedded, humidor cigar bars.
Summer’s here, and the time is right for dancing in the seats. Check out this season’s hottest outdoor concert tours.
Where can you find the best patio to party or the largest selection of beer this Cinco de Mayo? There will be plenty of places in St. Louis to celebrate this May 5.
Several local St. Louis sports bars feature the pay-per-view UFC fights in a high energy, casual atmosphere.
Country’s coolest crooners took to the Bridgestone Arena for Wednesday night for the 45th annual Country Music Association Awards.
Katy Perry performed for a crowd of 13,000 fans at Scottrade Center on Saturday night.
Taylor Swift rocked Scottrade Center Saturday and Sunday night. Needtobreathe and Hunter Hayes opened the sold out shows.