Go Out In The Grove
Atomic Cowboy specializes in Fresh Mex Cuisine, open for lunch and dinner. With a combination of fresh ingredients, innovative Mexican recipes, and slow smoked meats, the dishes pair well with artisan margaritas, made with handcrafted infused tequilas. The bar boasts an extensive beer list and abundant selection of spirits. Known for entertainment, there’s a range of live music and DJ’s every night of the week. The expansive patio and outdoor stage are an excellent spot for summer evenings. If all that dancing makes you hungry, the late night menu at Atomic Cowboy is one of the best in The Grove.
Open for over 25 years at the corner of Manchester and Sarah, Attitudes Nightclub boasts the largest dance floors in the Grove. Find entertainment varying from drag shows to the occasional burlesque performance every Wednesday through Saturday, behind the fantastic pink facade of Attitudes Nightclub.
Erney’s 32 Degrees4200 Manchester Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110
Setting itself apart from other bars on the Manchester strip, Erney’s 32 Degrees features a walk-in Vodka Box – a glass-enclosed freezer, with temperatures just above freezing, where patrons can hang and enjoy their drink. Contesting the ice-cold lounge is the dance floor surrounded by TV’s flashing music videos and a spot for DJs to spin.
Perfect for the bike nerd or bike-curious, HandleBar is a welcome bar for all, but especially those who arrive on two wheels. With Russian-inspired dishes and delicious pizzas, it’s a spot perfect for lunch, dinner and late night snacks. Dance parties on the weekend keep things lively and craft beer takes center stage at the bar with over 100 unique beers! If cocktails are your thing, you’ll find a respectably broad whiskey selection.
A lively nightclub with DJ’s spinning most evenings, Just John is a 21+ spot to grab a drink with friends and dance. The large patio out back hosts live music and a variety of events in the summer. Just John serves TJ’s pizza, but does not have a full menu.
At the corner of Manchester and Sarah Street, sits a bar filled with laughter, frivolity and fun. Rehab Bar & Grill is laid back spot to grab a drink and some grub. At this self-proclaimed ‘Cheers”, Rehab describes itself as your home away from home with the tagline; ‘a little bit country, a little bit rock & roll, we like hip hop, and have a whole lot of soul!’.
Restaurant and nightclub spot Siam, is a definite dancing destination. With lights and lasers taking over the dancefloor and DJs spinning all weekend, it’s a bar that knows how to put on a show. Before the music takes over, enjoy dinner at Siam featuring Thai cuisine “with a twist of fusion and Americanization.”
Stop by Taha’a Twisted Tiki for a vacation experience without leaving the city. As St. Louis’ only Tiki Bar, Taha’a is made complete with the island theme, tiki torches and a firepit on the patio. Taha’a specializes in Polynesian and Caribbean appetizers to pair with a full menu of Tropical Island Cocktails. The impressive Rum List includes 200 rums from around the world.
As one of many concert venues in The Grove, The Ready room has not only hosted performances from touring artists of all musical genres, but has had stand-up comedians, local burlesque troupes and art shows in the space. The full bar has local beers on tap to enjoy while you watch your favorite band.