Saxquest in St. Louis is nationally known for saxophone repair. Saxquest’s repairman Chris Funck meets superstar saxophonists and sometimes fixes up their instruments.
A trash can sits beside Asia Jones as she fights to keep down her portion of the 28-inch, 11-pound pizza in front of her. Jones pulls her yellow-tinted sunglasses over her eyes and tries to focus on her breathing. Locking eyes with her teammate, Curtis Windle, she forces the digested food to stay down. Continue reading “St. Louis tag-team battles the 11-pound Pointersaurus Pizza”
Secret Hitler, Exploding Kittens and Obama Llama are just a few of over 700 board games located at Pieces Board Game Bar and Cafe. Pieces is St. Louis’s first and only restaurant where customers can play board games while eating and drinking.
“You, the mother f*cking audience will decide,” blares loudly when watching the promotion video for the Cagematch. Two teams prepare behind the main stage, ready to create the funniest 25 minutes of their audience’s lives. Continue reading “The Improv Shop is the largest improv venue in St. Louis”
At the Museum of the Dog, both dogs and dogs art are nearly every place you look.
The Duck Room was born when Chuck Berry and Joe Edwards were having a conversation about how the missed the old days of playing in smaller venues as opposed to larger stadiums. After a slight pause, they both knew they simply had to build the Duck Room, named after Chuck Berry’s iconic duck walk, beneath the St. Louis Landmark, Blueberry Hill. Continue reading “Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room is built around the idea of intimacy… and ducks.”
The clattering of bowling pins and pool balls carries down the stairs of Saratoga Lanes, accompanied by the chatter of friends. Jim Barton, owner for nearly thirty years, helped bring those familiar noises back to the bowling alley. He has been bringing them back every day since then.
Square One Brewery and Distillery is a unique Lafayette Square destination for home-brewed beer and spirits. It also has one major thing in common with St. Louis’s not-so-hidden gem, City Museum.