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  • St. Louis' nickname is
    “The Gateway to the West", or "The Gateway City".



St. Louis | Daytime Activities | Dining | Parades, Krewes, Events & Calendar

Mardi Gras 2019 is Tuesday, March 5th

St. Louis Nightlife

Jazz and Blues are such a part of the St. Louis vibe that most visitors will want to head out and partake.  Bear in mind that these are just a couple of dependable suggestions to get things started.

BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups
This club is located in the Loft District. Local and national groups every night. The building was originally Phil’s Hotel (as late as 1969) and has a colorful rumor-filled past.
700 S. Broadway; 314-436-5222

Beale on Broadway
Live Blues Seven nights a week.  Local and national acts. Just off the Soulard district. Southern cooking.
701 S. Broadway; Tel. 314-621-7880

Broadway Oyster Bar
Known for its award-winning Cajun/Creole seafood, this music club/restaurant serves up great live music in a friendly atmosphere. They've also got a rockin' patio for nice weather.
736 S. Broadway; 314-621-8811

St. Louis | Daytime Activities | Dining | Parades, Krewes, Events & Calendar

Cool Tip: Blues Triangle

BB's Jazz Blues & Soups, Beale On Broadway, and Broadway Oyster Bar form a tidy little bundle of blues music and Cajun/Creole dining spots that have become known in St. Louis as the Blues Triangle.

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