6504 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63130
A room in the back is dubbed, “The Duck Room” after the Father of Rock and Roll and local resident, Chuck Berry. Step inside to find a restaurant, a bar, a rock and roll museum, a place to kick back with friends, and a place where rock and roll legend Chuck Berry still makes appearances for live concerts. Throw some darts, eat some delicious food, and dance the night away. When Chuck Berry isn’t on stage, the Duck Room hosts other local bands and many tributes to the oldies.
314 Westport Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63146
The decor takes you back to the days of the Wild Wild West, with swinging saloon doors and wooden. Look up, and you will see the trademark model train circling around above.Stop in in some weekends, and the live music will take you back to the days when rock and roll was just beginning. Enjoy music that cover the decades, from Beatles copy bands to the sounds of the Eighties.
621 Westport Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63146
Get ready to dance and be entertained at the best dual piano bar in the area. Listen to sounds of yesteryear that cover the gamut of musical styles. Make requests, and hear your favorite oldies song on piano. This sweet location makes a nice place to take a date or celebrate a birthday or bachelorette party with freebies and dancing.
6261 Delmar Blvd.
From the neon sign to the atmosphere when you walk inside, this place will bring back memories and is open 24 hours a day. Grab a malt and burger, and sit back on a soda fountain bar stool like the good old days. These malts have a twist to them if you request them spiked. Besides the food, the oldies music playing is on a jukebox that throws you back to bopping days of old.
105 E. Jefferson Ave.
Kirkwood, MO 63122
The beer is locally microbrewed, and the burgers are amazing. The place often comes alive to the sounds of the oldies. Check the calendar, and come on a week night to enjoy rock ‘n roll bingo. On weekends, catch bands like Shang Ri La, or Facts of Life who plays rocking best of the oldies.