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Best Places to Eat and Drink Fireside During Snowpocalypse

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       Don't have a fireplace at home? Don't worry. | Nancy Stiles

In case you haven't noticed, we are the midst of a snowpocalypse. St. Louis got around ten inches of snow, and even the snow plows are getting stuck. Add below-freezing temps, and you've got yourself a polar vortex (is that what that means?). Things are starting to clear up, though, and the best place to warm up is in front of a cozy fireplace with a drink in hand. If you can safely brave the roadways, head straight to one of these places.

See also: Tripel's "Smoke Wagon" Cocktail Billows Bourbon, Chocolate and Maple Syrup

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       Keep warm at Fox & Hounds. | RFT Photo

Fox and Hounds Tavern at the Cheshire
(6300 Clayton Road, Clayton; 314-647-7300)

Fox and Hounds Tavern is definitely somewhere you'd want to be in a snowstorm. The dark Victorian space may even make you feel like you're in London instead of Clayton. It's actually a re-creation of an old English home -- must be why it's so inviting. Relax by the huge stone fireplace and sip on your favorite whiskey.


Location Info

Venue

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Sasha's Wine Bar

4069 Shaw Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Dressel's

419 N. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

Judy's Fireside Lounge

2128 Woodson Road, St Louis, MO

Category: Music

SOHA Bar & Grill

2605 Hampton Ave., St Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

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1 comments
JamieJ1
JamieJ1

...you misspelled "SnowpocAlypse."  ...and after the idiotic article on "Salvage City" by "would-be" "writer" Chris Haxel (amongst a whole line of other (pretty well retarded articles)), I am pretty well convinced that there are monkeys at the controls of the RFT anymore.  Sorry, just the way it is I guess.

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