The Post Sports Bar & Grill
7372 Manchester Road
St. Louis, MO 63143
One of the top sports bars in the St. Louis area is The Post, which sits on Manchester in Maplewood. Why is it so popular? It could be the giant flat-screen TVs around the room, or the cheesesteaks, pizza and wings. The fact that every bar stool and seat offers padded comfort instead of bare wood surely contributes. Of course, St. Louisans love to see Schlafly beer on tap, and bucket specials and a good sports crowd add to the atmosphere. Be sure to come early on Super Bowl Sunday because The Post is certain to be packed that night.
Stadium Sports Bar and Grill Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel
999 N. 2nd St.
St. Louis, MO 63102
If you want an upscale setting to watch the Big Game, give the Stadium Sports Bar in Lumiere Place a try. The bar is home to more than 50 HD TVs, including one with a 10-foot screen. Popular food choices include onion rings, toased ravioli, spinach dip, pretzels, burgers, steak fries, mac ‘n cheese and, the newest menu addition, “baco tacos.” Top it all off with a dessert of warm deep-fried brownie bites with cinnamon ice cream.
The Sports Page
13431 Olive Blvd.
Chesterfield, MO 63017
The Sports Page is a friendly neighborhood sports bar in the far western ‘burbs. The bar has been an institution in Chesterfield since 1974. The food favorites here includes burgers, reubens, steak fries, house-made chips, deep-fried mushrooms and BLTs, but the burgers are not to be missed. The Sports Page has won ‘Best Burger’ awards for several years running, and it’s easy to see why. The half-pound burgers are juicy, thick and delicious. Plenty of TVs, a vibrant sports crowd and good cold beer on tap round out the Superbowl experience at The Sports Page.
9901 Clayton Road
Ladue, MO 63124
Another popular neighborhood sports bar, this time in Ladue, is Sportsman’s Park. This is a hot spot for happy hour cocktails and pub fare. The chili is a highlight here, as are the curly fries, nachos, fish ‘n chips and wings. There are some unusual choices on the menu as well, like a grouper sandwich, bison burger and barbecue chicken salad. Of course, Sporsman’s Park was the original St. Louis sports venue, home of the Browns, so expect plenty of sports memorabilia. This is a well-established place (since 1974) with a good neighborhood feel, plenty of seating and, of course, TVs to watch the game from any seat in the house.
9906 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO 63124
St. Louis loves three things: sports, beer and barbecue. Lester’s has all three at its locations in Ladue, Ballwin and the Central West End. Dozens of big HD screens are everywhere, so you won’t miss a minute of the game. All the food is homemade, from the smoked meats to the salad dressings. The baby back ribs are smoked for over four hours, until they fall off the bone. The pulled pork, pulled chicken and beef brisket are all smoked in-house. If you’re not a barbecue fan, try one of the overstuffed New York-style deli sandwiches instead. A great selection of popular and craft beers means you’ll find just the right flavor to complement your food, and since it’s such a neighborhood hot spot, you’re sure to be watching the game in good company.