Where to get a drink
Horseshoe House is one of Where to get a drink.

1. Horseshoe House

6100 Delmar Blvd (Rosedale Ave.), St Louis, MO
Sandwich Place · Skinker DeBaliviere · 8 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Named for its giant "horseshoe" sandwiches, Horseshoe House is a hip destination. Ask about awesome drink specials, but be aware that you can't drink in the hookah bar downstairs. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Lester's Sports Bar & Grill is one of Where to get a drink.

2. Lester's Sports Bar & Grill

4651 Maryland Ave (at Euclid), St Louis, MO
Sports Bar · Central West End · 32 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: We loved the meaty garlic-lemon-pepper chicken wings. To drink, try Boulevard's Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

The Wood is one of Where to get a drink.

3. The Wood

2733 Sutton Blvd (Manchester Rd), Maplewood, MO
Pub · Maplewood · 27 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: The drink list is pretty impressive. Try the Lady Madonna, made with Hendrick's Gin, Marie Blizard Apry and Aperol. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Quincy Street Bistro is one of Where to get a drink.

4. Quincy Street Bistro

8.9
6931 Gravois Ave (at Quincy St.), St Louis, MO
Bistro · Princeton Heights · 34 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: We love the friendly service here. And if you're curious about the recent fuss over cake vodka, give the Pineapple Upside-Down Cake martini a try. Happy hour is 4-10 M-Th. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Three Sixty Rooftop Bar is one of Where to get a drink.

5. Three Sixty Rooftop Bar

9.1
1 S Broadway (Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark), St Louis, MO
Hotel Bar · Downtown East · 86 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Mississippi Artillery Punch packs a lot of complex, warming layers into one ciderlike drink. If you're hungry, try the mushroom pizza or the Korean BBQ pork tacos. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Meyer's Grove is one of Where to get a drink.

6. Meyer's Grove

4510 Manchester Ave (at S Taylor Ave), St Louis, MO
Gay Bar · Forest Park Southeast · 13 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: You'll think you're at Starbucks with the Espresso Tini: Van Gogh espresso vodka, coffee liqueur and cream. Also, try the Rummy Bear, a martini garnished with a rum-soaked gummy bear. (Gabe Hartwig)

Stadium Sports Bar & Grill is one of Where to get a drink.

7. Stadium Sports Bar & Grill

5.3
999 N 2nd St, St Louis, MO
Sports Bar · Downtown East · 17 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: I love the Opening Day, a light, crisp cocktail with cucumber vodka, watermelon Pucker, agave nectar and mint leaves. Summertime in a glass. (Gabe Hartwig)

The Heavy Anchor is one of Where to get a drink.

8. The Heavy Anchor

7.9
5226 Gravois Ave (between Morganford & Eichelberger), St Louis, MO
Bar · Bevo Mill · 15 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: I love that the cocktails are served in canning jars, but you should order a beer from the vast selection, which rotates weekly. Try the Lagunitas Wilco Tango Foxtrot ale. (Gabe Hartwig)

Judy's Velvet Lounge is one of Where to get a drink.

9. Judy's Velvet Lounge

7.2
at River City Casino, Lemay, MO
Cocktail Bar · 4 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: If you're looking for something beyond the basics (which are supercheap), there is a specialty-drink menu that the staff seems not to be aware of. Live music most nights 8-midnight. (Gabe Hartwig)

The Beerhouse is one of Where to get a drink.

10. The Beerhouse

6.4
777 River City Casino Blvd, St Louis, MO
Gastropub · 18 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Try 100 beers and get a beer stein! Here's one to start with: St. Peter's Cream Stout, full of toasty, nutty flavors. The 1-pint bottle is enough to top off a second time. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Mile 277 Tap & Grill is one of Where to get a drink.

11. Mile 277 Tap & Grill

10701 Watson Rd (at Lindbergh), St Louis, MO
Rock Club · 14 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: It doesn't matter what mode of transportation you use -- everyone belongs at Mile 277. Get your motor running with the Full-Throttle Tea. Like a Long Island, it's boozy but smooth. (Gabe Hartwig)

12. Rosalita's Cantina

8.1
1235 Washington Ave (13th Street), St Louis, MO
Mexican Restaurant · Downtown West · 73 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: It's always happy hour: 3-7 p.m. Mon-Fri & 10 p.m.-midnight Sun-Wed, with $4 'ritas, $2 drafts & $3 wells. We love Rose's Favorite Margarita, but try the Vegas for a caffeinated twist. (Gabe Hartwig)

Three Kings Public House is one of Where to get a drink.

13. Three Kings Public House

7.8
6307 Delmar Blvd, University City, MO
American Restaurant · 105 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: If you're looking to expand your beer palate, try a flight of four small glasses. We recommend a flight of Three Kings' assortment of IPAs. (Gabe Hartwig)

Wave Taco is one of Where to get a drink.

14. Wave Taco

8.1
1335 Convention Plz (14th), St Louis, MO
Volleyball Court · Downtown West · 13 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: At a place known for its sand and tacos, you can't go wrong with a margarita ($3.50). And if you're not on a volleyball team, call ahead before you go to make sure they'll be open. (Gabe Hartwig)

The Highlander Pub & Grille is one of Where to get a drink.

15. The Highlander Pub & Grille

5656 Oakland Ave, St Louis, MO
Sports Bar · 24 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: At $8.50, the Highlands Margarita isn't cheap -- but it's well worth the price. Patron tequila, Grand Marnier and fresh-squeezed lime juice didn't leave us reaching for the Tums. (Gabe Hartwig)

Stanley's Cigar Lounge is one of Where to get a drink.

16. Stanley's Cigar Lounge

8.7
1000 Washington Ave Ste C (at 11th St.), St Louis, MO
Smoke Shop · Downtown East · 26 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: New to scotch? Give the Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or a try. The single-malt scotch is aged in oak and wine casks and goes down smooth. (Gabe Hartwig)

17. Halfway Haus

St Louis, MO
Home (private) · Patch · 2 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Interesting beers on tap, including the Pyramid Audacious Apricot Ale. And if you're feeling adventurous, try a chocolate-martini shot. (Gabe Hartwig)

The Field House is one of Where to get a drink.

18. The Field House

7.6
3433 Locust St (at N Theresa Ave), St Louis, MO
American Restaurant · Grand Center · 13 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Field House is a win for the Grand Center neighborhood. With 20 beers on tap, we could linger for hours. Give the Six Row Strong Porter -- dark, malty and mildly sweet -- a try. (Gabe Hartwig)

Double Apple Cafe & Hookah Lounge is one of Where to get a drink.

19. Double Apple Cafe & Hookah Lounge

3131 Olive St, St Louis, MO
Hookah Bar · Midtown · 16 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: No specialty drinks at Double Apple, but that's OK: The real draw here is the expertly blended hookah. And if you're a hookah virgin, the friendly staff will show you the ropes. (Gabe Hartwig)

Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar is one of Where to get a drink.

20. Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar

7.2
315 Chestnut St (at 4th), St Louis, MO
Sports Bar · Downtown East · 62 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Plenty of local goodness on tap here, but you can't go wrong with Schlafly Coffee Stout. Schlafly beer + Kaldi's coffee = delicious! (Gabe Hartwig)

The Piano Bar is one of Where to get a drink.

21. The Piano Bar

777 Casino Center Dr (@Harrah's St. Louis), Maryland Heights, MO
Piano Bar · 3 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: If you order a martini, insist that it be properly served in a martini glass. Ours were all served in plastic cups or rocks glasses; not cool. (Gabe Hartwig)

Silver Ballroom is one of Where to get a drink.

22. Silver Ballroom

8.5
4701 Morganford Rd (Itaska St), St Louis, MO
Arcade · Bevo Mill · 28 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: The bright-red Raw Power ($5!) tastes just like Hawaiian Punch -- we could drink it all night long! Of course, you can never go wrong with 24-ounce PBR cans. (Gabe Hartwig)

Quintessential Restaurant is one of Where to get a drink.

23. Quintessential Restaurant

6.9
149 N Main St (Jefferson Street), St. Charles, MO
New American Restaurant · Saint Charles · 35 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Loved Quintessential. Try the chocolate-infused vodka with Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur and a splash of water. It's good enough to drink every morning before work. (Gabe Hartwig)

The Jive & Wail is one of Where to get a drink.

24. The Jive & Wail

1227 Washington Ave (btwn Tucker & 13th St.), St Louis, MO
Piano Bar · Downtown West · 24 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Did you reserve a table? We hope so. Also, downtown residents get in free with valid ID or proof of residence (63101 or 63103 ZIP codes). (Gabe Hartwig)

The Pour House is one of Where to get a drink.

25. The Pour House

6.2
1933 Washington Ave (20th St), St Louis, MO
Bar · Downtown West · 25 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: For cheap drinks and cheap grub, the Pour House is hard to beat. Grab three friends and give the Shotski a try. (Gabe Hartwig)

HandleBar is one of Where to get a drink.

26. HandleBar

8.9
4127 Manchester Ave (btw Talmage & Sarah), St Louis, MO
Bar · Forest Park Southeast · 48 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Not a cyclist? That's OK. There's plenty to love here, including the warming Hot Taty and the flaming Road Rash. Specials and a focus on local beer add a neighborhood-bar vibe we like. (Gabe Hartwig)

Comedy Etc. is one of Where to get a drink.

27. Comedy Etc.

5.6
Fairview Heights, IL
Comedy Club · 7 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Drink more efficiently during the show by going with the Bud Light bucket — 6 for $17.50. And for comedy on a budget, admission to Wednesday open-mike night is just $5. (Gabe Hartwig)

LOLA is one of Where to get a drink.

28. LOLA

500 N 14th St (at St. Charles), St Louis, MO
Tapas Restaurant · Downtown West · 55 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Don't care for the taste of absinthe but still want to get in on the craze at Lola's new absinthe bar? Try the Oberon martini: absinthe, Chambord, champagne and pineapple juice. (Gabe Hartwig)

Keypers Piano Bar is one of Where to get a drink.

29. Keypers Piano Bar

7.3
2280 S Jefferson Ave (Shenandoah), St Louis, MO
Piano Bar · McKinley Heights · 15 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: There are no signature drinks on the menu, but Keypers Piano Bar certainly delivers on atmosphere. Big chandeliers and a big grand piano set the right mood for a relaxing evening. (Gabe Hartwig)

Market Pub House is one of Where to get a drink.

30. Market Pub House

6655 Delmar Blvd, St Louis, MO
Sports Bar · 68 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: The Creamsicle martini will make you nostalgic for childhood. Made with vanilla vodka, triple sec, amaretto, OJ and whipped cream, it tastes just like a Creamsicle popsicle. (Gabe Hartwig)

Dooley's Beef-N-Brew House is one of Where to get a drink.

31. Dooley's Beef-N-Brew House

601 N Grand Blvd (at Washington Ave), St Louis, MO
Burger Joint · Grand Center · 19 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Lots of beers; try a Schlafly Oktoberfest. For late-night grub, order a Hooligan burger, topped with a fried egg. And closing time seems to fluctuate, so call before you go. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Market Grill is one of Where to get a drink.

32. Market Grill

728 Lafayette Ave (across from Soulard Market), St Louis, MO
American Restaurant · Soulard · 10 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Market Grill in Soulard has a fun list of house cocktails. The Real Housewife of St. Louis, made with Jeremiah Weed and St. Germain, gets our mazel. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Baileys' Range is one of Where to get a drink.

33. Baileys' Range

9.0
920 Olive St (at 10th St.), St Louis, MO
Burger Joint · Downtown East · 208 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: We wholeheartedly endorse the Sweet Sweet Bacon shake, but it's hard to go wrong with a Great Pumpkin or a Horchata. We also love that the kitchen doesn't close early. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Tavern of Fine Arts is one of Where to get a drink.

34. Tavern of Fine Arts

7.4
313 Belt Ave, St Louis, MO
Cocktail Bar · DeBaliviere Place · 18 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Tavern's bar focuses on well-made classic cocktails. We love the Windy City Manhattan, made with Koval Chicago Rye, sweet vermouth, Cherry Heering and orange bitters. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Parma Grill and Tap is one of Where to get a drink.

35. Parma Grill and Tap

3000 S Jefferson Ave (Crittenden St.), St Louis, MO
Italian Restaurant · Benton Park · 6 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Open since July, Parma still isn't selling any homemade beer. Thankfully, there are a couple of reasons to visit in the meantime: cheap beer and good bar food. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Blondie's Coffee & Wine Bar is one of Where to get a drink.

36. Blondie's Coffee & Wine Bar

7.6
1301 Washington Ave (13th St.), St Louis, MO
Coffee Shop · Downtown West · 38 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Great service and atmosphere. We love the Spiced Apple Martini and the Grande Blonde. But the business hours are confusing, so call before you go. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Plush is one of Where to get a drink.

37. Plush

3224 Locust St, St Louis, MO
Music Venue · Grand Center · 31 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Drinks, comfort food, coffee, music -- Plush does it all day long, in a shabby-chic space that's a perfect fit for Midtown Alley. Try a plate of Plush fries with two dipping sauces. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Hamburger Mary's is one of Where to get a drink.

38. Hamburger Mary's

3037 Olive St (at Cardinal Ave), St Louis, MO
Burger Joint · Midtown · 45 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: While the lengthy drink list isn't groundbreaking, we loved the Sweet Buns martini (with Rum Chata and Smirnoff Fluffed Marshmallow) and the Karen Walker dirty martini. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Fox Park Grille is one of Where to get a drink.

39. Fox Park Grille

2855 Shenandoah Ave (Nebraska Ave.), St Louis, MO
American Restaurant · Fox Park · 6 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: An unimpressive beer lineup, but the food menu is full of treats, such as fried house-made pickles served with roasted red pepper dipping sauce. And the service couldn't be friendlier. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

O'Shay's Pub is one of Where to get a drink.

40. O'Shay's Pub

7.0
4353 Manchester Ave (Newstead), St Louis, MO
Pub · Forest Park Southeast · 14 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Look for daily drink specials; Saturday's is $3.50 bloody marys, but ask for a little spice to add flavor. And we loved the fish and chips — perfectly crispy outside and flaky inside. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Blood & Sand is one of Where to get a drink.

41. Blood & Sand

8.8
1500 Saint Charles St, St Louis, MO
American Restaurant · Downtown West · 26 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Sophisticated cocktails served in a refined setting. Try the Bleeding Castro, a variation on the classic blood and sand cocktail for which the establishment is named. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.

Pi Pizzeria at MX is one of Where to get a drink.

42. Pi Pizzeria at MX

9.0
610 Washington Ave (at 6th St.), St Louis, MO
Pizza Place · Downtown East · 66 tips and reviews

Go! MagazineGo! Magazine: Try a tasty Right Angle, made with Flor de Caña rum, rosemary-soaked port, grapefruit, Angostura bitters and Collaboration PiPA, introduced by 4 Hands for Pi's downtown spot. (Gabe Hartwig) Read more.