Quality Inn Near Six Flags St. Louis
1400 West Osage St.
Pacific, MO 63069
Phone: (636) 257-8400
Fax: (636) 257-3112
1400 West Osage St., Pacific, MO, US, 63069
- Phone: (636) 257-8400
- Fax: (636) 257-3112
Bars & Cafes
Breve is a little place, but it packs a punch. Serving coffee, fresh fruit, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, paninis, salads, soups, and box lunches, this café caters more to the daytime travelers and business folks who spend much of their daylight hours in the heart of downtown Clayton. The café's design is simple yet classy, suitable for dine-in or carry-out orders. The staff practically knows the regulars by name, and newcomers are always greeted with a smile. So if cruising through the streets of Clayton during normal business hours, stop by for a quick, inexpensive and healthy tummy-filler. - Cathryn D. Blue
Extremely casual, this restaurant is the perfect stopping point on your way home from Six Flags amusement park. It is run by world barbecue champs and repeat winners at the annual Memphis in May Festival, which attracts competitors worldwide. Four varieties of its special-recipe barbecue sauce are sold in grocery outlets around town. Marinated and cooked slowly over apple wood, the barbecue is moist and not as smoky as meat cooked over hickory. Choose from six varieties of sauce to go along with your favorite meat, whether it's beef, pork, chicken or ribs.
Unique cafe that offers a variety of specialty sandwiches, vegetarian dishes, salads, and hot entrees with a Southwestern influence. Customized catering is available. The cafe is open daily for lunch and dinner. The restaurant is open only on Friday and Saturday evenings and features a menu that changes weekly.
Otis Campbell’s is a riverfront bar that features regular live gigs from local bands. The wooden decor lends a warm and inviting ambiance to the bar while the performance space is an intimate venue for music lovers. They even have karaoke nights on certain evenings. Some of the past line ups are Catfish Willie, Jeremiah Johnson Band and Red Wanting Blue.
Defined as "The Art of Good Taste," Choco L'Art serves gourmet lunches daily from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and offers an extensive selection of popular desserts and designer chocolates.
"Fun and casual" is the name of the game at this American restaurant. Owners Thom and Jane Sehnert are friendly and well-known in the St. Louis community and culinary scene. Annie's serves great food, as evidenced by the always full dining room and perpetual line out the door. This restaurant is known for its steaks, but it also serves smoked meats, pork, fish, ribs, burgers and more. Outdoor dining is available.
With almost 20,000 square feet of playing area that comprise of volleyball courts, billiards, darts, football and a huge dance floor, Stratford Bar & Grill has a lot to offer. The food is excellent and the rates are competitive too. The bar offers a wide variety of drinks and you can also catch up on your favorite game on TV while sipping on a glass of beer.
The incarnation of the artistic eatery, Peppertini's is rising in popularity with its modern twist on the classic piano bar montage. Artists and diners alike can gain inspiration in the beautiful, laid-back atmosphere. This resto-bar hosts top local musicians 5 nights a week. The owner, Matt Jones, a unique and successful portrait artist of his own right, enjoys coming out and mingling with the guests, making sure everyone has a good time. The food, like the music, is exquisite, with a signature martini (the Peppertini) that will leave you speechless. - Cathryn D. Blue
It all began 30 years ago, when the main focuses of this eatery were pizza and carryout. Today, it is a well-known restaurant and bar located between the Sunset Hills and Kirkwood areas in South County. It still offers carryout in addition to custom catering that goes by the name "Parties To Go! "Owner Joyce Leimkuehler prides herself on running an establishment with a friendly and casual atmosphere. Visitors return again and again for the food and service. Try a steaming dish of chicken speidini which is the house specialty and you will probably find yourself agreeing.
Helen Fitzgerald's has an Irish atmosphere and an Irish menu, but it also serves pizza, steak, chicken wings, shark, seafood and burgers. Enjoy the 14-foot big-screen television, the 300-gallon fish tank is fascinating and the free buffet during the happy hour is sumptuous. Menu items are served all evening, with bar food at an affordable price per entree/appetizer.