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Restaurants Downtown St Louis

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 Restaurants Downtown St Louis

A controversial, but historic city.  History of St Louis dates back to 1673 when French explorers Louis Jolliet and Jacques Marquette traveled through the Mississippi River Valley. Five years later La Salle claimed the region on behalf of France as part of La Louisiane.

The city started back in 1764 when Pierre Laclede and Augste Chouteau named the city for Louis IX of France. After the Louisiana Purchase it became a major port on the Mississippi River. Later, in the late 19th century, St Louis became the 4th largest city in the United States. Shortly after the Louisiana Land Purchase

It seceded from St Louis County in March 1877 allowing it to become an independent city to limit it’s political boundaries. In 1904 it hosted the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and then it hosted the 1904 Summer Olympics.

The earliest European settlements in the area were built in Illinois County, also referred to as Upper Louisiana, during the period of 1690’s and early 1700’s at Cahokia, Kaskaskia and Fort de Chartres. Migrants fron the eastern French villages founded Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, which is located across the Mississippi River from Kaskaskia.

In early 1764 after France lost control of the area west of the Mississippi to the northern part of the Missouri River basin called the Louisiana was assumed by the Spanish as part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. In 1780 during the American Revolutionary War, St Louis was attached by the British forces made up mostly of Native American allies in the Battle of St Louis.

The population for St Louis peaked in 1950 with restructuring of industry, loss of jobs, postwar suburbanization and bad politics on both the city and state level, it began a decline that has continued modern times.

This could go on forever! Like I wrote earlier, it’s historic. Nonetheless, you are interested in where to eat and drink. Well, St Louis is know for their great dining experiences, which is why we are here. Today there are multiple 5 Star restaurants, historic restaurants and even casino’s. The selection is huge!

Your options of bars, restaurants and fine dining are:

  • 9th Street Bar & Grill – 811 North 9th Street, St Louis, MO – (314)-421-4000
  • Alpha Brewing Company – 1409 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-2337
  • Al’s Restaurant – 1200 North 1st Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-6399
  • Angelo’s Taverna – 316 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 588-9000
  • Angry Beaver – 730 South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-3444
  • Anthony’s Bar – 10 South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 231-7007
  • BB’s Jazz Blues & Soups – 700 South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 436-5222
  • Beale on Broadway – 701 South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-7880
  • Bobby’s Place/Plager’s Lounge – 1130 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 436-8146
  • bridge – Tap House & Wine Bar – 1004 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8141
  • Broadway Oyster Bar – 736 South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-8811
  • Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar/Hyatt – 315 Chestnut Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 259-3270
  • Budweiser Brew House @ Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5575
  • Carmine’s Steak House – 20 South 4th Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-1631
  • Charlie Gitto’s Downtown – 6997 Chippewa, St Louis, MO – (314) 781-8111
  • Cielo Restaurant & Bar (Italian Fine Dining) – 999 North 2nd, St Louis, MO – (314) 881-2105
  • Copia Restaurant & Wine – 1122 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) (314) 241-9463
  • Dubliner Bistro & Pub – 1025 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-4300
  • Flamingo Bowl – 1117 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 436-6666
  • Flannery’s – 1320 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8885
  • Flying Saucer – 900 Spruce Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 932-1456
  • Fox Sports Midwest Live! @ Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5588
  • Hair of the Dog – 1212 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241–3644
  • Hannegan’s Restaurant – 719 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8877
  • Hard Times Lounge – 1718 Olive Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 436-9887
  • Heartbreakers Rock-n-Roll Saloon – 700 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-1720
  • Howl at the Moon @ Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 736-4695
  • Jack Patrick’s Bar & Grill – 1000 Olive Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 436-8879
  • Joey’s B’s on the Landing – 710 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-9570
  • Kemoll’s Fine Dining Restaurant – Top of the Met – One Metropolitan Square, 211 N Broadway, 40th & 42nd Floors, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-0555
  • Lombardo’s Trattoria (inside the Drury Inn next to Union Station) 201 South 20th Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-0666
  • Lucas on the Park – 1234 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-7770
  • Lucky’s Dueling Piano Bar – 1227 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 588-1170
  • Maggie O’Brien’s Irish Pub & Restaurant – 2000 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-1388
  • Market Street Bistro & Bar, Hilton at the Ballpark – One South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-1776
  • Mike Shannon’s Steaks & Seafood – 620 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-1540
  • Missouri Bar & Grill – 701 North Tucker Blvd, St Louis, MO – (314) 231-2234
  • Morgan Street Brewery – 721 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 231-9970
  • Nara Cafe & Hookah Lounge – 1326 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 588-0051
  • Over/Under Bar & Grill – 911 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-8881
  • Paddy O’s – 618 South 7th Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 588-7313
  • Paragon Theater – 1911 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 7701
  • PBR St Louis Cowboy Bar @ Ballpark Village – 601 Clark Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5570
  • Pepper Lounge & Eatery – 2005 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-2005
  • Pour House – 1933 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5999
  • Robust Wine Bar & Cafe’ – 635 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 287-6300
  • Rosalita’s Cantina – 1235 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-2700
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House – 315 Chestnut Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 259-3200
  • Schlafly Tap Room – 2100 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-2337
  • Show Me’s on the Landing – 724 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8245
  • Sidebar Cafe’ – 1317 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-7376
  • Stadium Sports Bar & Grill @ Lumiere Place – 999 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-9590
  • Sundecker’s Bar & Grill – 900 North 1st Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5915
  • Syberg’s Pear Tree – 2211 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 231-2430
  • Tengo Sed @ Ballpark Village, 601 Clark Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-5588
  • Tigin Irish Pub – 333 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8666
  • The Grand Hall @ St Louis Union Station – 1820 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 421-6655
  • The Precinct – 1900 Locust Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 588-8899
  • Three Sixty @ Hilton at the Ballpark – One South Broadway, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-8439
  • Tiff’s Ungly Mug – 801 North 2nd Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 241-3180
  • The Irish Pub @ Hampton Inn – 333 Washington Avenue, St Louis, MO – (314) 621-7900
  • Tony’s – 410 Market Street, St Louis, MO – (314) 231-4740

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