We do the tough work of scouring St. Louis for the best Happy Hour drinks and snacks.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Happy Hour happens nearly every weekday, perhaps with good reason. So here's five places to try for those salty, fruity glasses of tacquila bliss. If you discover gold elsewhere, let's add it. No. 5 Hacienda in Rock Hill has $5.95 top shelf margaritas from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday. No. 4 Amigos Cantina in Kirkwood offers their award-winning traditional margartia for $4.99 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday. No. 3 Milagro Modern Mexican in Webster Groves has $3 house margaritas from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. No. 2 El Indio in Rock Hill has $1.99 regular margaritas frozen or on the rocks all day on Tuesdays. No. 1 El Agave in Crestwood offers the most bang for your buck with their all-day specials: $2.99 small …
Ten Mile House on Gravois Road is booking shows for the new year. Here's a look at what is coming up.
Ten Mile House plans to host plenty of live music this year, and is busy now booking shows for January and beyond. The majority of bands that play at Ten Mile are rock, though there is the occasional oddball. Last Saturday's show was Dear Darla, a classic rock cover band from Pevely, Mo. The next show is on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, and will feature another performance by Dear Darla, as well as one by Aotearoa, a funk-rock band from Lawrence, Kansas. Jake Lerman and Ilan Gitter of Aotearoa cite their travels on the back roads of New Zealand as the band's primary influence, along with the Talking Heads and Parliament Funkadelic. They use live looping on stage—with each of them playing several instruments and parts during any one song. On …