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Blumenhof Winery (In Historic Dutzow Missouri)
13699 South, MO-94 

Dutzow, MO 63342


Blumenhof Winery is located on Highway 94 in the historic village of Dutzow, Missouri’s oldest German settlement, founded in 1834. Blumenhof, which in German means “Court of Flowers,” takes its name from the Blumenberg family’s ancestral farm in northwestern Germany. German heritage is also expressed in the Missouri winery’s architecture and in the warm friendly ambiance that invites visitors to “stop… and smell the Blumen.”

Blumenhof is a small, family-owned winery, with three generations of the Blumenberg family involved in producing award-winning wines. All of our wines are made from locally-grown grapes, sourced from our own vineyards and a select group of independent growers dedicated to producing exceptional grapes.

Thirty minutes from Chesterfield, less than an hour from St. Louis, and just seven miles from Augusta – feel free to pack a picnic basket and head out to Blumenhof. Our friendly and good-looking staff await your arrival.

• From I-70:  Take exit 203 (Foristell) to Highway T.  Head South on Highway T for 12.5 miles.  Make a Right on Highway TT.  Stay on TT for 3.5 miles, then make a Left onto Highway 94.  In a half mile, Blumenhof Winery will be on the Right.

• From I-44:  Take exit 251 (Washington) to Highway 100.  Go West on Highway 100 into the town of Washington (approximately 10 miles).  Make a Right at Highway 47.  Continue on Highway 47 over the bridge.  In 4 miles, turn Right onto Highway 94.  In the town of Dutzow, make a Right to stay on Highway 94.  Blumenhof Winery will be on your Right in half a mile.

• From I-64/Highway 40:  Take exit 10 (Highway 94).  Head West on Highway 94 for 23.5 miles.  Blumenhof Winery will be on the Left.

The Pavilion at Iron Turbine
65 Eagle Fork Lane 

Moscow Mills, MO 63362

(About 12 miles north of I-70 and the 64/40 interchange, go north on Hwy. 61 and make a U-Turn at the Crossroads Blvd./Hwy U exit, go south on Hwy. 61 for about 1 mile to John Creech Rd. (1st exit on right) then an immediate right on Eagle Fork Lane.)


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This is a beautiful outdoor wine and beer venue with tasty Brick Oven Pizzas, Charcuterie Boxes and Snacks. 

The venue is located near Moscow Mills, MO on historic Eagle Fork Farm, a 100+ acre ’Missouri Century Farm’ established in 1871. In the fall the farm has a Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze as well as other attractions, activities and events that are great traditional family fun.

- All Pub guests and visitors MUST be Age 21 or over)

- Outside food or beverages prohibited.

- Dogs are allowed, BUT must be kept on a leash. 

The Quarry Wine Garden
3960 Missouri Highway Z 

Wentzville, Missouri 63385

(On Hwy Z, about a mile north of New Melle, MO and a few miles south of Wentzville, MO.)


The Quarry Wine Garden is a beautiful restaurant and wine garden off the beaten path in Missouri Wine Country. With grand landscaping, the spacious and impressive building has a stunning patio area that overlooks an old picturesque quarry that has become a lake. It is a great venue for live music. There is a full menu of food and beverages. It is also child and pet friendly. 

Hendel's Restaurant (In Historic Old Town Florissant)
599 St Denis Street

Florissant, MO 63031
(314) 837-2304
Hendel's is a great restaurant with a reputation for quality service and exemplary cuisine. The landmark historic building, that is home to Hendel's, was built in 1873 as a grocery and general store. The Hendel family bought it in 1915 and it was a small family-run local market and butcher shop frequented by many people from the surrounding area until 1993 when owner's Henry and Marge Hendel retired. 

A local businessman, Ed Bennett, bought the building in 1994 and opened it as a restaurant. Ed passed away in 2009 but his entrepreneurial spirit continued on as the restaurant was expanded and moved forward by members of his family. Hendel's restaurant is located in the heart of Florissant's Old Town right across the street from the impressive 150 year old Sacred Heart Church. Parking is along the many side streets of this really interesting historic neighborhood.

Henke’s Tavern (In Historic Old Town Florissant)
901 N. Lafayette St.

Florissant, MO 63031
(314) 716-3005
The Henke’s Tavern building dates back to 1926 and opened during prohibition as a “Cafe” that served Anheuser-Busch non-alcoholic products and was quickly switched over to a tavern when prohibition ended in 1933. Henry Henke and his son Joe bought the business in 1955 and it has been a fun neighborhood tavern since then. As of 2022, new owners have been making major improvements inside and out as well as with the kitchen menu. It has become a fun gathering place.

Hermann 1837 Cellar Bar at the Hermann Crowne Suites Hotel
403 South Market St.

Hermann, MO 65041

The 1837 Cellar Bar decor is vintage stone, brick, and architecture of the Victorian Era. A spacious patio area also has the feel of Historic Hermann. The Bar specializes in Hermann area wines, Missouri craft beers, German beers, and a selection of mixed drinks. The Hermann 1837 Bar is a must-see Hermann destination because of its historical memorabilia, beauty, and storied history. The hotel is a great place to spend a night, weekend or week away from home and relax in historic Hermann and take in the many sights, events and entertainment.

Muddy Banks Brewing Company

725 Acid Mine Road

Sullivan, MO 63080

(from I-44 west, take exit 226 and follow Old Rte 66 E to Acid Mine Rd.)


This Veteran owned and operated craft brewery has rustic decor with large garage doors that open to connect the indoor and outdoor seating areas. Uncomplicated menus of beverage and food have a variety of crafts beers, cocktails and wine along with a nice selection of great pub food.

Adam Puchta Winery (part of the Hermann Wine Trail)
1947 Frene Road (take Hwy. 19 south, a short distance out of downtown Hermann, turn right of Hwy. 100 west, go just over 2 miles and watch for signs)

Hermann, MO 65041
(573) 486-5596
Adam Puchta Winery is tucked back in the rolling hills of the Hermann area and Missouri Wine Country. Adam Puchta wines are excellent as proven by their many awards. The facilities are located in and on an historic and rustic family farm. Driving down the road toward the winery you can't help but feel you are not on the beaten path. The rustic buildings provide excellent photo backdrops. It is a great place to relax and enjoy some of Missouri's finest wines.

Noboleis Vineyards
100 Hemsath Road

Augusta, MO 63332

(636) 482-4500
Noboleis Vineyards is a new estate vineyard and winery at Augusta, MO. They offer a nice selection of excellent Missouri wines from their own vineyards and onsite production. The tasting room and winery sit atop a hill overlooking vineyards and the rolling hills. They are located  along the Missouri wine trail just off Hwy. 94 on Hemsath Road which is just west of the town of Augusta and after you pass Hwy. T. Their cafe' offers a selection of salads, pizzas and grilled panini sandwiches. Good food always tastes even better with great wine and a great view.

Dooley’s Florist & Gifts (In Historic Old Town Florissant)
690 rue St Francois Street

Florissant, MO 63031
(314) 837-7444
In 1966, the Dooley family started their florist business in the historic Wiethaupt building which dates back to the 1880’s. The building has a rich history in Florissant which includes use as a general store, a saloon and a barber shop as well as the location of the first telephone installed in Florissant.

Dooley’s Florist & Gifts was started by John Dooley and his wife Pearl who ran the shop with the help of their children. In the 1970’s they purchased the building and in 1980, their daughter Patty took over the day-to-day operation of the shop.

Recently Patty acquired a license to sell wine. Now Dooley’s floral designers can send wine and chocolates along with the beautiful floral arrangements they make. So very cool!

Music is on the patio for wine tastings and just across the street for the Florissant Old Town Fall Festival.

Robller Vineyard Winery (part of the Hermann Wine Trail)
275 Robller Vineyard Road (off Hwy.100 between Washington and Hermann)

New Haven, MO
(573) 237-3986
Robller Vineyard Winery is a wonderful winery with a sweeping vista of the Missouri hills and the vineyards below. The distant skyline provides stunning sunsets. Their award winning wine is superb. The owners and staff, are VERY warm and friendly hosts. Robller Vineyard Winery is a fantastic day trip since it is on Highway 100 right between two other great tourist destinations in Missouri, Washington and Hermann. If you enjoy visiting Missouri Wineries be sure to put Robller on your list. (Email us about the lesser known scenic routes from Saint Louis to New Haven.) For more info visit the Robller Vineyard Winery website.


Here are some other venues where Dennis or The Ohms Brothers Duo have played in the past. Some have closed. But if you frequent any of these establishments that are still open and want to see us play there, please let their management know and tell them to contact us at 314-921-0367.

Brett Hull’s Junction House
1311 Lodora Drive

Wentzville, MO 63385

Junction House is a multi-leveled venue with a sophisticated look and feel, while offering a very large menu for a casual dining and drinking experience.

The venue features a large rooftop patio and balcony area set up for year round St Louis weather.

Hemman Winery
13022 Hwy C

Brazeau, MO 63737

Hemman Winery is in Brazeau, Missouri, about 30 minutes south east of Perryville. Several late 1800’s buildings are at the center of a picturesque farming community. The old general store dating back approximately 150 years has been repurposed as the winery and much of it’s original charm has been conserved to provide visitors with a highly interesting experience. If you like to photograph those charming off-the-main-road places, bring your camera, Brazeau Missouri is small but very photogenic. The ride in from I-55 is also full of nice vistas.

The front porch or the winegarden are wonderful places where guests can enjoy one of the many wines as well as select from the many delicious items on the food menu that includes, local sausages & cheeses, flatbreads & pizzas and more.

Lost Creek Vineyard (From Saint Louis, take I-70 to Hwy .B south and then turn left on 94…it’s a relaxing scenic drive.)
21356 Gore Rd,  (Just off the south side of Hwy. 94 a couple mile east of Hwy. B )

Marthasville, MO 63357
Lost Creek Vineyards is a family run operation with a pastoral country setting that has a renovated farmhouse with a wrap-around porch and lawn seating with nice views of the distant hills and vineyards. 

It is a casual place with plenty of parking. Coolers and baskets are welcome for food items only. All beverages must be purchased on premises; wine, water, soda, beer and a variety of snack items are available. Pets are not allowed and accommodations for children are lacking.

Vino de Lafayette (In Historic Downtown Washington, MO)
309 Lafayette St.

Washington, MO 63090
(636) 390-0100

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After renovating an historic house in downtown Washington, MO, in 2018 the owners created a beautiful indoor area and outdoor Tuscan Garden setting. Guests can enjoy wines imported from around the world while enjoying live music. Guests can also enjoy selections of meats, cheeses, hummus, bread with olive oil and chocolate truffles on charcuterie boards. There is also a beautiful indoor area in case of inclement weather. Vino de Lafayette is located a few blocks from the river and surrounded by a variety of shops and other entertainment or dining venues. 

Clayton’s  (On Mexico Road 1 mile West of Hwy. K in the Triad West shopping center)
104 Triad Ctr. West

O’Fallon, MO 63366

(636) 272-7474
Clayton's is located in the Triad Plaza on Mexico Road in O'Fallon, Missouri. They specialize in the fine steaks and seafood. Clayton’s also features chicken entrees and pasta dinners. The bar area serves the same food as the restaurant side but with the addition of some pub specialties served only in the bar area.

Sugar Creek Winery & Vineyard (This is a short and nice drive from Saint Louis.)
125 Boone Country Lane (Just off Hwy.94 between Defiance and Augusta)

Defiance, MO
(636) 987-2400
Sugar Creek Winery & Vineyard is an exceptionally short day trip from Saint Louis that provides delicious wines with a great view over the Missouri River Valley. A wonderful old farm house has been used as the centerpiece for this great Missouri wine experience. The owners and hosts, Ken and Becky Miller, have a beautiful and relaxing place to spend time with friends. Sugar Creek has numerous seating arrangements that will place you close to the entertainment or if you choose, a more secluded seat with a stunning view. Sugar Creek is right along the Katy Trail and accessible with bikes. You can park at one of the access areas along the Katy Trail and bike the rest of the way to Sugar Creek.

R.T. Weiler's (GONE but not forgotten)
201 North Main St.
St. Charles, MO 63301
(636) 947-1593
R.T.'s was on historic Main Street in Saint Charles. Main Street. The Rousseau family, who owned and operated R.T.'s, are great folks. They provided excellent food and beverage selections in addition to a wonderful live music venue. The staff was always awesome. It was a sad day when it closed but the memories will live on!

Turtle Creek Pub & Grill  (On Mexico Road 1 mile West of Hwy. K in the Triad West shopping center)
128 Triad Ctr. West

O’Fallon, MO 63366

(636) 294-3458
A nice local pub with a casual atmosphere with enough flat screens to qualify as a “sports bar”. They have a fairly large menu of great pub food that receives very good reviews and the prices are very reasonable. The full service bar has a large selection of beers. When weather permits, there is an outside dining area.

Pub Hours:

Opening at 4pm every Monday beginning September 18th!

Tuesday - Saturday: 11:00am -1:30am

Sunday: 11:00am - Midnight

Kitchen Hours:

Sunday  11:00am -9:00pm

Beginning Monday September 18th, Opening at 4pm

Tuesday - Thursday 11am - 9pm

Friday & Saturday  11am - 10pm

Parrot's Bar & Grill
2951 N. St. Peter's Parkway (Exit 13 off Page Ave. Extension or from St. Charles, First Capitol Dr./Hwy. 94 tuns into St. Peter's Parkway)

Saint Peters, Missouri 63376

(636) 477-6800
Parrot's has a full menu of great pub food to go with the ice cold beverages. It is a smoke free environment. There is also a pool table and other entertainment.

Red Fish, Blue Fish
7 Hawks Nest Plaza

St. Charles, Missouri
(636) 947-4747
With live music most nights, this is a local pub with some character and plenty of things to do. There is full bar with a nice selection of crafts and drafts at reasonable prices. 

O'Dells Irish Pub & Ale House
141 S Central Ave.

Eureka, MO 63025

  O'Dells Irish Pub & Ale House has a great reputation for food, fun, music and they also offer the largest selection of craft beers and spirits in Eureka, MO.

The full bar offers 12 microbrews or imports on tap and over 80 varieties of bottled beer along with a long list of spirits as well as nightly drink specials.

  O'Dell's is a family-friendly venue that features a great stone fireplace, HD TV’s, a patio, excellent food and of course great live music live music.

  O'Dell's Irish Pub is in the historical business district of Eureka Missouri,  just 30 minutes from the St. Louis Arch and near Six Flags. The Eureka Historic District has many interesting and novel shops selling arts & crafts, antiques and more.

Rack House West Winery
5065 N. Highway N (a few blocks west of Mid Rivers Mall Drive)

Cottleville Missouri 63304

(636) 244-0574
At The Rack House West Winery, guests can enjoy premium wine and whiskey products as well as a light foods. It is a smoke free environment in the main seating area. For smokers, there is a cigar lounge and outdoor seating.

Leo's Pub & Grill
2198 1st Capitol Dr.
St Charles, MO 63301
Leo's Pub and Grill, in the city of Saint Charles, MO, features a variety of delicious homemade food with great cold drinks, "All-Day Happy Hour Prices" and Night-Time Fun!

Everyday of the week brings different fun activities with live bands on weekends. There is an upstairs smoking bar and a downstairs non-smoking lounge. When weather permits, you can sit outside on the patio.

Their hours are 10:00am to 1:30am, Monday through Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am - Midnight 

Alibi 25 Bar & Grill
Maple Tree Shopping Center (at the corner of Clarkson and Clayton Roads about 1/2 mile north of Manchester Road)

15856 Clayton Rd.

Ellisville, MO 63011
Alibi 25 is a great meeting spot in West St. Louis County. Alibi 25 offers a comfortable setting for cold drinks, great food and live broadcasts of NFL, MLB, NBA, and college football and basketball games on their big screen Hi-Def TV's. There is also Live Music several nights each week.

Massa's (Italian Restaurant) - St. Charles - New Town Blvd
3761 New Town Blvd. (just north of I-370 at Elm St./New Town Blvd.)

St Charles, MO 63301

Massa's has a well-known reputation for great Italian and American food in the Saint Louis area. The decor is very nice. Kitchen Hours are 11am-10pm Sunday through Thursday and 11am-11pm Fridays and Saturdays. The bar is open until 1am every night except Sunday with a 12am closing. They have happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 6pm.

The Domain Street Wine Bar
3253-1 Rue Royale
New Town in St Charles, MO 63301

HOURS: Monday to Thursday: 4pm to 12am - Friday: 4pm to 1:00am - Saturday: 2pm to 1:00am - Sunday: Closed
The Domain Street Wine Bar, with its waterfront view, has an extensive menu that boasts over 80 wines from 14 different varietals priced at $16-$350 as well as 30 wines by the glass in the $5 to $9 range. The beverage list also has a rotating stock of more than 30 beers and a full bar in addition to over 20 different vodkas. A modest menu of tasty food includes a fruit & cheese plate, pizza, warm danish brie with basil pesto and other items from their kitchen that includes vegan friendly items. The warm and relaxed setting has an outdoor seating area and Wi-Fi.

From I-370 - To the Elm Street/New Town Exit

- Take New Town Blvd. north

- Turn right on New Town Drive

- Go around the roundabout

- Follow the canal to Domain Street and jog to left then make a right at the Church 

- Just past the church take Civic Circle to the right and go around the circle

- The Wine Bar is on the other side of the sand volley ball courts

- Parking is at various locations with a large lot just behind the mall to the west

Stone Hill Winery
1110 Stone Hill Highway
Hermann, MO 65041

(573) 486-2221
It is difficult to describe Stone Hill Winery in a few sentences. Established in 1847 and listed on the National Historic Register, Stone Hill is the oldest winery in Missouri and the second oldest in the country. Their wines were winning awards since the time when Ulysses S. Grant was President and their award winning ways continue to the present. The winery is high on a hill overlooking historic and picturesque Hermann, Missouri just 60 miles west of Saint Louis and 15 miles south of I-70 just off Highway 19. It is a scenic drive to great food and wine served with a great view.

Cedar Lake Cellars
Schreckengast Road

Hickory Grove, MO 63390

(636) 745-9500

A short drive from Saint Louis, Cedar Lake Cellars is a terrific venue in a pastoral setting with plenty of parking. The buildings and grounds are really beautiful and interesting with well-crafted rustic materials and great landscaping that includes a water fall that pours into a small lake with picturesque foot bridges. Beside that lake there is a big barn with an upper and lower deck for large gatherings and it includes a nice overlooking stage. Next to the barn is the hearth room and cafe. Just beyond the large covered patio outside the cafe, there is path that ends at a long wooden walkway that leads to a large covered deck built out over one of the lakes.

The Wine Country Cafe offers a full menu of appetizers, soups, salads and delicious sandwiches with great desserts! You can enjoy your meal inside in the hearth room, or outside under the covered patio. 

Cedar Lakes Cellars serves a huge selection of wines that are hand-crafted locally in the spirit of Missouri wine country as well as wines from California and world-wide vintners. Cedar Lake also offers a nice selection of fine microbrewed beers.

This is a wonderful venue to relax and enjoy the music of the Ohms Brothers.

Froggies (formerly the KJ's Place and Chrissy's)
1530 Hwy. J
Portage des Sioux, MO 63373
(636) 899-1139
Froggies is a friendly and casual small town lounge & grill in Portage des Sioux, MO. KJ's is 19 miles from Florissant if you take Lindbergh to 367 to 94 west to Hwy J (right) or about 15 miles from 370 and 94 in St. Charles. Boaters who dock at Portage des Sioux often frequent KJ's after a Saturday on the river. There are usually food specials and a nice selection of other food on their menu

The Grafton Winery and Brewhaus
300 West Main

Grafton, IL 62037
(618) 786-3001
The Grafton Winery is a full production winery with a spectacular view overlooking the beautiful Mississippi and Illinois Rivers located in historic and scenic Grafton Illinois on the Great River Road National Scenic Byway. For those who prefer a craft beer, there is a selection of Micro Brewed Beers from the on-site brewery.

You can enjoy great scenery from spacious inside seating areas or when weather permits from the large outdoor decks. The great view is complemented by the award winning wines and delicious foods from a full service menu that includes a variety of food from appetizers and burgers to grilled salmon and London broil. Grafton Winery also has a large gift shop full of great gift items.

There is something for everyone at Grafton Winery.

Motley's Pub and Grub
2003 Highway K

O'Fallon, MO 63366


Motley's Pub and Grub has that casual neighborhood pub character. You can check out good music by local musicians while you sit down for some good food and drinks. If you're feeling more active, you can play pool, electronic darts or a little golf on the Golden Tee machine.

With a nice atmosphere and great staff and patrons, it's easy to feel right at home and have some fun at Motley's.

Graham's Grill (Reopened under new management)
612 West Woodbine Ave
Kirkwood, MO 63122
(314) 965-2003
Graham's Grill and Bayou Bar is a very unique experience. Dan and Pamela Graham bought the 60 year old Kirkwood Loop Lounge in 1996 and transformed a favorite local place into a great destination to relax with fine food, beverages and entertainment.

The Corner Bar & Grill
571 First Capital
St. Charles, MO 63301
(636) 724-9608
Come visit the oldest bar in St. Charles and second-oldest in the state.  Located on the corner of First Capitol and Sixth Street, the Corner Bar opened in 1865, the year Abe Lincoln died and Andrew Johnson became the 17th President. It was voted the "Best Neighborhood Bar in St. Charles" in the Suburban Journal. Few neighborhood bars have the sort of character and atmosphere of the Corner Bar.

TGI Friday's
2000 First Capital Dr. (Hwy 94 at Pralle Lane)
St. Charles, MO 63303
(636) 940-2000 ‎
TGI Friday's started back in 1965 in New York and now there are close to 600 locations in the U.S. and 1000 locations world-wide. That sort of success in a restaurant can only be explained by great food and atmosphere.

Jefferson Avenue Bistro (In historic South Saint Louis.)
3701 S. Jefferson Ave. (at Winnebago St.)

Saint Louis, MO 63118
(314) 771-9200
Located on the corner of Jefferson and Winnebago in the South Side of St. Louis City, this corner bar offers great food and fun in a historic setting. Their large menu boasts a great variety of delicious food that includes wings, their delicious Chicken Caesar Wraps, homemade soups and much more and all of it is excellent.

The unique building was built in 1891 as the Missouri School of Architecture. Shortly after 1900, the building was converted into a saloon, restaurant and hotel to capitalize on the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. The original oak bar is still in place. It has had many names and decor over the years until November of 2007 when it was remodeled and reopened as the Jefferson Avenue Bistro.

All Stars Sports Pub & Grill
1042 Venture Drive
Saint Peters, MO 63376
(636) 928-7201
All Star Sports Pub and Grill is off of I-70 at Veterans Memorial Parkway, All Stars offers a full bar, lots of food choices (pizza, burgers, wings, salad) and it's open until 1 a.m. six days a week. It's a nice casual atmosphere where you can relax and have some fun.

1/2 Traks Sports Bar
3721 Mexico Road
St. Peters, MO 63303
(636) 244-3900
1/2 Traks Sports Bar is on Mexico Road where it terminates at Bogey Road, the south service road of Hwy. 70 in Saint Peters, MO. They have a large menu of everyone's favorite foods. They have regular happy hours and trivia nights. For more info, check out their website at

Playoffs Sports Bar & Grill
40 Crossroads Plaza 

O'Fallon, MO, 63368

(636) 272-7739
Playoffs Sports Bar is located in O'Fallon on Highway K north of Highway N in Crossroads Plaza. Playoff's is known for its friendly service and delicious, classic cuisine that includes a variety of beef, chicken and seafood entrees. The inviting decor provides a great place for any casual occasion.

McLain's Corner Bar, Grill & BBQ
3516 South Big Bend Boulevard
St Louis, MO 63143-4003
(314) 647-6531
A very friendly little neighborhood meeting place with an easy to reach location and plenty of parking. Cold drinks and friendly folks in the Maplewood, Webster Groves area.

Bunkers Tavern
297 rue Saint Francois St.
Florissant, MO 63031
(314) 837-2601
For over 10 years, Bunkers has been the name of this small neighborhood tavern located in the historic old town area of Florissant just a couple blocks from the Old Shrine of Saint Ferdinand Church. The Bunkers building is on the National Register of Historic Places as Weidinger's Tavern. That makes it one of the oldest continuously operated taverns in the state...probably even the country! It still has the old original bar. There is a large outdoor patio area that is nice with a covered portion that is enclosed and heated in the winter. They have TJ's Pizzas if you get hungry.

Rumple's Pub (Closed. Location has reopened under new management as “Krawl Daddy’s”.)
221 N. Main
St. Charles, MO 63301
Rumple's Pub was a cozy and uniquely decorated pub in the historic district on Main St. St. Charles, MO. Because the original owner, Frank Hackney, was a musician and loved music, Rumple's was a great venue for live music. Rumple's hosted a lot of great events, acoustic round table, open mic, jam sessions and more. Stop in for some good food, drink and entertainment. 

In Memory of Frank...

The stage lights that shine on the local live music community lost some of their glow Sunday, June 13th 2010, when Frank Hackney passed from this Earth. Frank was an owner at Rumple's Pub on North Main in Saint Charles, MO. Frank was also a father, a true friend, a mentor, a musician and a big contributor to the local live music scene.

A superb guitarist with a voice that was very easy to enjoy and appreciate, Frank performed in local groups and also sat in with many local musicians. It was always a joy listening to him as well as a pleasure and honor to play with him. Frank's musical contributions did not stop with his own playing. He supported many other musicians such as myself, as well as many of my friends, with his kindness and generosity by inviting us to play at Rumples Pub and share the stage and showcase he created. He also sponsored musical events that gave both veteran musicians and passionate amateurs the opportunity to play with each other and in front of audiences.

I enjoyed his smooth vocals, his guitar artistry, his humility, his smile and his sense of humor. It is sad to know those things are only memories now but they are memories I will keep and cherish. - Dennis

Sombreros - (Reopened as Casa Tequila)
1287 Jungermann Rd.

St Peters, MO 63376
Mexican food is a favorite with most people and one of the big attractions is eating that tasty cuisine accompanied with a delicious Margarita. At Sombreros they take the Margarita to an art form. Sombreros has an original house Margarita but they don't stop there, you can have your choice of 100 kinds of Margaritas. Try the Creamsicle, the Cabo Wabo, Cadillac, the Vegas or many many more. Great food and Margaritas in a nicely decorated doesn't get much better. Sombreros is located less than a mile north of Highway 94 on Jungermann Road which is about 3 miles west of where the Page Avenue extension meets Hwy 94.

New Haven Grille & Levee Bar (Closed)
109 Front St

New Haven, Missouri
Open Wednesday through Sunday, the New Haven Grille and Levee Bar is the best bar and grill in the Historic District of New Haven…in fact…it is the only bar and grille in historic New Haven. It would be a great place just because of that but the fact is, the location, history, decor, atmosphere, food and drinks should put this place on your "bucket list". 

The historic area of New Haven is a couple square blocks of picturesque old buildings with a few unique shops and B&Bs that is nestled right between the train line that carries currently Amtrak passengers west through Missouri and the Missouri River that carried riverboat passengers west over a century ago.

Seansie's Irish Pub & Grubb (Closed)
5494 Brown Rd. #117
Hazelwood, MO 63042
It is all about the green at Seansie's Irish Pub & Grub with shamrocks galore decorating the pub. Grab a few friends and head to the pub for some Irish fun with a live band, pool tables and a dart board. Don't forget to try their signature dishes- philly cheese steak, Reuben and Cajun club.

Pete's Pub (Closed)
1833 Dunn Rd.
Florissant, MO 63033
A place to meet friends for a few drinks. Located next to Rizzo's restaurant in the Waterford Plaza. Easy to reach from 270, exit at Washington/Elizabeth, take (the north service road of 270) Dunn Road east about 1/2 mile. Pete's is tucked into the corner of the mall.

K Pub & Grill (Closed)
3449 Pheasant Meadow Drive
O'Fallon, MO 63368

Sadly, K Pub & Grill has gone out of business. It was a great venue and we will miss the fun gigs there with the wonderful staff and the many nice customers who came to see us!

Spirits Lounge at the Temple
300 State Street
Alton, Ill 62002
(618) 463-5555
A nicely redecorated old Masonic Temple. The lounge is a very interesting group of rooms on the second floor. You have to use the elevator or stairs to go from street level up to the lounge. The owners have done an impressive job of refurbishing the building. DIRECTIONS: Imagine you are going to Grafton or Pere Marquette except you only have to go as far as Alton. State Street is the first street on the right as soon as you make the left turn onto the Great River Road in Alton by the casino and the big grain elevators.

Growler's Pub (closed)
3811 S Lindbergh Blvd.
Sunset Hills, MO 63127-1307

Growlers Pub is on Lindbergh just south Kirkwood, Hwy 44 and Watson Rd. Growler's is a place where people to meet and talk while enjoying great food and beverages. It combines the best characteristics of a European Pub and a good old American neighborhood bar. The decor is warm and friendly with fireplaces, antique lighting, wooden walls, beer memorabilia and animal “trophies” to create the pub atmosphere. They also have enough TVs to keep everyone up-to-date on the world and sports. The "Biergarten" patio is very large and very nice with plenty of tables arranged on two paved decks with large trees, nice landscaping and great service with large outdoor bars. Growlers keeps a full bar with wines and liquors as well as over 100 beers to compliment their large menu of great food. Growlers is a wonderful destination for a relaxing evening or a lunch get together.

Caleco's Bar & Grill - St. Peters  (Closed)
Dierbergs 79 Crossing
269 Salt Lick Road
St. Peters, MO 63379
Caleco's Bar & Grill in St. Peters, MO offers a large menu complete with steaks, pastas. sea food, sandwiches, pizza and salads. 

Everything Wine & Cigars - The Barrel Bar & Bistro (Closed)
1001 Rondale Ct.
Dardenne Prairie MO 63368
The Barrel Bar is located inside of Everything Wine and Cigars in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri. They serve 100% Craft Beer, Premium Liquor and Wine with the largest selection of Scotch in St.Charles County. The Barrel Bar is non-smoking but the establishment does have a unique separate cigar smoking lounge, complete with multiple flat screens where cigar fans can sit back and relax with a favorite drink and cigar!

Trail Smokehouse Barbecue Restaurant (Out-of-Business)
2886 South Highway 94
Defiance, Missouri 63341

Trail Smokehouse Barbecue Restaurant was located just feet off the Katy Trail State Park at the gateway to the Missouri Wine Country in historic Defiance Missouri.

Yellow Farmhouse Vineyard & Winery (Out of Business)
100 Defiance Road (at the dogleg bend in Hwy. 94) Defiance, MO 63341
Yellow Farmhouse Vineyard and Winery was on the high ground at the small village crossroad in Defiance, MO. The location has a nice view of the broad Missouri River valley spreading out to the east. 

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