Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
3236 W. Chain of Rocks Road
Granite City, IL 62040
Phone: (618) 797-9835
Fax: (618) 797-9839
Aiming to be the premier nightclub in the Midwest, Europe Night Club is all about the music. This club boasts of a state-of-the-art sound system, light system and outstanding customer service. Focusing on live EDM music, Europe has hosted acts such as Skrillex, The Crystal Method, Starkillers and Chuckie, among others. There is a strict dress code, so make sure you dress to impress.
Located in the ever bustling downtown St. Louis, a pink flamingo is the landmark that invites guests looking for an entertaining time. The Flamingo Bowl is a 12-lane bowling alley with a fun and exciting atmosphere. Kids and under 18 year olds are welcome along with an adult. 21 and above can stay on after 9p. They also serve excellent food and the drinks menu range from classic to contemporary cocktails and spirits. This is a perfect place to spend an enjoyable evening.
If you want to know where the best place to meet a beautiful lady or gentleman is, this is it. Cheetah is the most exclusive club in St. Louis, as only the most well-dressed people get inside the door. The club is located in the Washington Avenue nightclub neighborhood and is considered to be the best of the bunch, according to newspaper surveys. The wait at the bar can be lengthy, but your frustration will melt away once you hit the dance floor. The music-mixes sound great, and no expense has been spared on the pounding sound system. All three floors of the club contain a dance stage and bar.
An exquisite nightclub that caters to the who's who of the society is Lure for you. This place is spread across a massive area of 7,000 square feet and can accommodate around 800 people at once. Done with cozy and comfortable interiors, its elegant ambiance is perfect to host parties and events. Besides, the servings here just complement the entire luxury. Lure Nightclub is generally a host to music concerts and live performances along with the usual cultural celebrations like the Halloween fiesta. Just the perfect party destination! Call for reservations.
Pepper Lounge is no stranger to 20-something St. Louisans. The funky 1950s décor is clad in all red (which may be inspired by the club's name) and the ruby lighting compliments every skin tone. After about 11pm, it can get pretty crowded, and securing a table may pose a challenge, but there's enough room at the bar. The upscale, cosmopolitan clientele are usually courteous enough to keep collisions to a minimum. If the crowd becomes too much, the outside patio provides an alternative to walls and ceilings. House and techno music are favorites, but the DJs are eclectic and the music never gets boring. Private parties are specialties, so plan a night, or just show up for the fun.
This historic building, originally the home of Swift Printing, is today a wonderfully popular brewpub serving 30 in-house labels. Guests can enjoy dining in the Tap Room, have fun in Daniel's Den, listen to live music in the Scott Joplin Club Room or host a party in the Eliot Room. The cuisine is European, with a favorite being the Tap Room Meat Pie—original beef stew heavily peppered and topped with Tap Room beer biscuits. Also served are shrimp dishes, soups, salads and pickled herring. The dessert menu offers bread pudding and German chocolate cheesecake.
The Tap Room caters both to upper class customers and the average working man. The European-style cuisine is a nice change from the menus at the other pubs. Start out with a tempting appetizer of hand-cut Idaho potatoes served with the Tap Room's green peppercorn and spice ketchup sauce. Follow that up with a hot sandwich or a beef or turkey burger served with cole slaw and a pickle. Don't forget to try the Sticky Toffee Pudding. Live bands on weekends in the Scott Joplin Room, keep the crowds entertained.
Hard Rock Cafes all over the world maintain a distinct character—the use of wood and display of all the fine spirits and drinks offered and the guitars all over the place. Rock music and legendary and contemporary rock artists are worshiped and find a place on the walls of the cafe. The shop sells merchandise and memorabilia, that could be the best gifts or souvenirs. A spacious patio with umbrellas over tables of four is the best for enjoying a drink with some fresh air. A combination of American and Mexican varieties are available at the restaurant, where the theme of the cafe continues. Rock Concerts and performances are held here and the spaces are also available for private events.
Plush has entertainment, food and fun all wrapped into one. With three floors of space for everything from private parties to hosting live gigs, this is quite the place to party. On entering this establishment you’ll realize that they have a penchant for everything unusual and unique. And the fun isn’t restricted to adults alone; you are welcome to bring along the tiny tots who will really enjoy their special kids menu.
Hosting jazz acts from all over the nation, Jazz at the Bistro is the only place in St. Louis that keeps it jazz-tastic. Every blue moon, there are poetry/spoken word showcases or musicians from various genres, but the majority of the acts that come through this hip nightclub stay true to the name. Located amidst the city lights of the historic Grand Center, the intimate, fun atmosphere makes falling in love inevitable, whether it's with the great food, the great sounds, or the one you're with. The Bistro is also an excellent spot to book private parties, with a capacity of 250 people indoors and up to 400 outdoors in the adjacent Strauss Park. - Cathryn D. Blue
From the DJ to the food to the live musical entertainment and drinks, the Loft Jazz Club is high energy and full of excitement. It can get pretty crowded on the dance floor and most of the people who come through are looking to just dance and let loose. Open until 3a some nights, this venue attracts the late night party people. The music ranges from R&B to hip-hop with jazz and rock thrown in from time to time. The Loft Jazz Club hosts one of the hottest open mics in St. Louis once a month, which brings people from all over the country to showcase their talents in front of an audience of up to 1500, which often includes music industry moguls. The food isn't bad, not a large menu, but enough to buffer against a mean hangover.
Horizon at Harry's is a major hotspot in St. Louis's nightlife scene. With DJs and dancing every weekend, this boutique nightclub has earned the reputation of being a great place to party. In addition to serving as the prime destination for a night on the town, Horizon also provides shuttles for guests to take to major concerts at the Scottrade Center and hosts some incredible post-concert after-parties. Table reservations and private party bookings are available at this 3,000 square foot nightclub.