Before a Rams, Cardinals or Blues game, there is no better place to enjoy an ice-cold beer and burger or wings than at one of St. Louis' many sports bars. Establishments famous for all-American food, domestic drafts and big-screen TVs have all the makings for a sports fan's dream. Pool tables, foosball and darts sprinkle these bars, giving patrons something to do during halftime or between games. Frankie G's even has TVs in the men's bathrooms, so you won't have to miss a second of the big game. St. Louis' sports bars are the perfect place to grab a frosty pint before heading to the arena, or stay for a few rounds—because sometimes there's no better seat than the one you're already sitting on.
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Barney's Sports Pub
6027 Chippewa St., St. Louis; Tel. 314.457.0240
St. Louis sure does love their sports teams, and Barney's Sports Pub is no different. The bar offers heaping helpings of standard pub fare and great prices on beers throughout the week. When the St. Louis Cardinals or Rams are on TV, Barney's is just the neighborhood pub to go to. Customers who need a little more distraction have plenty of games and activities to busy themselves with while the game goes on. Even when hometown sports aren't on the TVs, Barney's Sports is still the neighborhood place to go for their awesome happy hour specials.
1792 N. Florissant Rd., Florissant; Tel. 314.830.9206
There's no reason to watch a Cardinals or Rams game at home when there's a perfectly good sports bar like Brewskeez to watch the game at. Located just outside of St. Louis, Brewskeez satisfies the hunger of sports fans with burgers, pizza and appetizers as well as pitchers of beer. A full menu has non-sports bar food as well, but it's what they specialize in. Tons of TVs, pool tables, dartboards and video games keep even the most finicky customers entertained at least for a little while. The nightlife is what really sets Brewskeez off with live music, poker nights, ladies night and karaoke. Whether or not sports are on, Brewskeez knows how to keep the masses entertained.
Buffalo Wild Wings
1465 Bass Pro Dr., St. Charles; Tel. 636.916.5353
Sports, beer and wings are all the essentials for a sports bar, and Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar has them. In St. Charles, right outside of St. Louis, the sports bar fills stomachs with more than just wings. The restaurant also offers salads, wraps, sandwiches, ribs, burgers and desserts for those who can't live on just wings alone. But really, with 11 different sauces to choose from besides the normal mild, medium and hot—Smilin' Sweet BBQ, Teriyaki, Parmesan Garlic, Honey BBQ, Spicy Garlic, Asian Zing, Carribbean Jerk, Screamin' Hot BBQ, Mango Habanero, Wild, Blazin'—there's no reason not to try anything but wings with an ice-cold beer at this bar.
Carson's Sports Bar & Restaurant
1712 S. 9th St., St. Louis; Tel. 314.436.2707
It doesn't take much to be one of the best sports bars in St. Louis, just attractive waitresses, TVs, grub and entertainment for halftime during games. St. Louis Cardinals and Rams fans know that Carson's Sports Bar & Restaurant in the Soulard neighborhood is the prime place to be for a game or even just for a bite to eat and a good drink. The patio, open during warm weather, has horseshoe pits to keep customers entertained while weekends at this St. Louis sports bar are known for their karaoke crowd. The menu includes American bar favorites hot off the grill to go along with a cold and frothy beverage.
6691 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis; Tel. 314.862.0009
For good Italian food, a huge beer selection and live music every night of the week Cicero's bar and live music club is the best place to go on St. Louis' Delmar Loop. The restaurant serves up awesome pizza, sandwiches and entrees while the bar offers an extensive beer, wine and cocktail selection. A game room acts as the sports bar at Cicero's with several TVs, video games and pink pool tables. Downstairs, local and national bands play alternative rock every night of the week. Cicero's has everybody's needs covered all under one roof.
650 New Florissant Rd., Florissant; Tel. 314.837.0494
The sports bar at Crest Bowl in Florissant, right outside of St. Louis, is one of the most popular hangouts in the area. Bowlers can take a break between games to get a beverage or a snack or even experience one of the events at the bar. A large projection TV displays the current Cardinals or Rams game in the sports themed bar that also has a pool table, video games, dartboards and more. Trivia and karaoke nights top off the list of activities. There can never be too much to do at Crest Bowl.
DB's Sports Bar
1615 S. Broadway, St. Louis; Tel. 314.588.2141
One of the best happy hours in St. Louis, and the best place in Soulard to catch sports on TV, DB's Sports Bar never fails to satisfy. Hungry customers can chow down on the restaurant's tasty sandwiches, salads, appetizers or other entrees while they catch the Cardinals or the Rams on TV. St. Louis loves its sports teams, so they should love their sports bar too. DB's Sports Bar offers football season specials and even has a two for Tuesday drink special. DB's is definitely a friendly St. Louis neighborhood bar standard.
Flannery's Irish Pub
1320 Washington Ave., St. Louis; Tel. 314.241.8885
Downtown St. Louis has bars that know how to treat and entertain their customers and Flannery's Irish Pub is no exception. A dozen flat screen TVs might be a sensory overload to some, but true St. Louis Cardinals, Rams, or Blues fans will be thanking the Irish bar for being sports friendly when they watch their teams win. The bar also has a full restaurant menu with everything from steak to burgers and other bar fare. Flannery's Irish Pub wouldn't be a great St. Louis sports bar if they didn't also have electronic darts, shuffleboard and of course video games. It's downtown St. Louis, so expect only the best especially from Flannery's Irish Pub.
Frankie G's Bar and Grill
4565 Chestnut Park Plaza, St. Louis; Tel. 314.894.9292
Owner of Frankie G's Bar and Grill, Bill Gianino, learned how to please his customers from his father, Frankie. The St. Louis sports bar offers a menu of typical sports bar foods that fill stomachs and keep the St. Louis Cardinals and Rams fans happy. The restaurant has TVs all throughout the location, including the men's bathroom. Customers will never have to miss a second of the game, even when nature calls, at Frankie G's Bar and Grill.
3650 S. Lindbergh, St. Louis; Tel. 314.984.0026
Known for their singles scene and chicken wings, Helen Fitzgerald's Irish Bar & Grill is a one of a kind place in St. Louis. The menu features appetizers and drinks, some more appetizers and, as what seemed to be an after thought, some entrees too. On the other side of the dining room there is a sports bar and pool hall that is also a live music venue on some nights. Games and TVs fill up the St. Louis Irish Bar's game room as singles wander around searching for fresh meat.
Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill
1636 Country Club Plaza Dr., St. Charles; Tel. 636.947.8833
St. Louis sports fans have myriad bars to choose from to enjoy Cardinals and Rams games at, but Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill is one of the best for an atmosphere as energetic as the one at the actual game. Multiple televisions have all different games on for sports fanatics to see all at once and there are plenty of games to play when commercials are on. Hotshots Sports Bar and Grill has video games, dartboards, pool tables and foosball to keep everyone busy at the St. Louis location. Bar food like pizza, hot wings and burgers are served for St. Louis fans to munch on after a long day of sports viewing. Aiming to further draw male customers, Hotshots has even been known to hold bikini contests. Keep checking back so you don't miss it!
1000 Olive St, St. Louis; Tel. 314.621.9820
Before St. Louis Cardinals and Rams games, Jack Patrick's is one of the prime locations to grab a drink. The downtown St. Louis bar has crowds of people wandering by it's large front windows on their way to Cardinals games when the team is at home, so Jack Patrick's is the perfect place to people watch too. This St. Louis sports bar has all the essential activities to keep fans busy and is a great place to watch the game if fans can't be there first hand. Swing by anytime for friendly service and a good ol' St. Louis bar experience.
2000 Market St., St. Louis; Tel. 314.421.1388
Sports fans that need a starting place to drink at before getting to the St. Louis Cardinals, Rams or Blues games know, or should know, that Maggie O'Brien's is the perfect place to go. The bar offers the most TV screens for watching sports compared to other downtown St. Louis bars, plus they offer a free shuttle to the Cardinals, Rams and Blues games. They have a full bar and great menu of American and Irish food. Maggie O'Brien's also has a game room full of video games, darts and pool tables for sports fans that can't just sit at the bar. Whether it's business lunches, dinner or drinking in St. Louis, Maggie O'Brien's Pub has the bases covered.
Nick's Pub and Restaurant
6001 Manchester Ave., St. Louis; Tel. 314.781.7806
The main bar area of Nick's Pub has the energy of an authentic Irish pub with a younger crowd. The St. Louis locals wander over to Nick's Pub and Restaurant for a bite to eat and a pint of Guinness before spending the entire evening drinking, dancing to the Irish music or playing games in the upstairs game room. A TV with the latest game means sports fans never have to miss a play even if they're upstairs playing darts, video games or pool. It's a worn-in St. Louis bar with plenty of draft beers, Irish whiskey and a full bar. The energy is too good to pass up at Nick's Pub.
Novak's Bar & Grill
4121 Manchester Ave., St. Louis; Tel. 314.531.3699
One of the best lesbian bars in St. Louis, Novak's Bar & Grill is a great place to hang out no matter your sexual orientation. The bar is in the Central West End of St. Louis and fills up for Cardinals and Ram's games on the big screen TV. The satisfying menu—mostly beer burgers and appetizers—is apropos for the sports bar environment. When people aren't playing darts, pool, foosball, or pinball, they may be enjoying a live show or dancing at the bar. There's never a slow moment at Novak's Bar & Grill, which makes the St. Louis bar worth a visit.
1921 S. Brentwood Blvd., St. Louis; Tel. 314.961.8900
A hop skip and a step away from the Galleria shopping mall, O.B. Clark's is one of the most popular places to watch the St. Louis Blues games in the whole St. Louis area. So popular that the players themselves have been known to swing by after games or on practice days. The around the restaurant and bar at O.B. Clark's are two large plasma TVs, two HDTV big screens and an assortment of smaller TVs so everyone can have a view of the game. Pizza is the specialty of this St. Louis establishment and they always seem to have a crowd no matter the day of the week or time of the day. Stop into O.B. Clark's and you never know whom you'll see at the bar.
Ozzie's Restaurant & Sports Bar
645 Westport Plaza Dr., St. Louis; Tel. 314.434.1000
Real St. Louis Cardinals fans have a haven at Ozzie's Restaurant and Sports Bar in St. Louis' Westport Plaza. The happy hour at Ozzie's from 4-7pm offers a free buffet featuring a different bar food each night and drink specials. The St. Louis restaurant's menu is classic American fare with appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts that are paired well with a drink from the bar. Ozzie's Restaurant & Sports Bar has several big screen TVs and multiple other screens playing all the current sports games across the nation. St. Louis Cardinals games are a popular event at Ozzie's as are the lunch and happy hours. This St. Louis sports bar and restaurant is a high-energy place to get a cold one and watch the game.
618 S. 7th St., St. Louis; Tel. 314.588.7313
Only open on home game days, Paddy O's is the ultimate St. Louis party spot before and after Cardinals games. The sports bar situated in the shadow of Anheuser Busch Stadium has two levels that gets the excitement going for Cardinals fans before the game even begins. The long bar at Paddy O's fills up in advance of the game and standing room becomes valuable shortly before game time. Downstairs there are several pool tables for those that want to get their own game in before the other ball game. Several appetizers are available to go with the drinks if fans can't wait for hot dogs and peanuts.
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