Happy Hour at Stella Blues: Sweet Snacks and Cold Beers in Tower Grove South

Fried pickles.
The Verdict: The chicken wings came out crispy, with a sweet and spicy hot glaze -- a real treat that hit the spot. The kabobs, made up thin slices of pork threaded across skewers, maintained a light char from the grill and had a similar sugary sauce minus the spice.

Fried pickle spears come with a light, seasoned breadcrumb coating, served with some ranch. They served as a tangy, delightfully crunchy counterpart to the other appetizers. All these dishes served as great snacks to accompany cheap beers.

Due to its somewhat ambiguous food special prices, we're not sure whether or not it's worth stopping in to Stella Blues during its happy hour, but we know we'd hang out here just about any old time. Plus, daily drink specials make it easy for anyone to make this spot a regular watering hole, especially on that sunny little patio.

Available seating on the patio.
The Rating:
On a scale of one to five...

Previously on Happy Hour Handbook:
- Triumph Grill
- Lola
- Basso
- Blue Ocean Sushi
- Hwy 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen
- Gringo
- Jax Cafe
- Mile 277 Tap & Grill
- Sandrina's
- Mangia Italiano
- Kirkwood Station Brewing Company
- Steve's Hot Dogs on the Hill

We're always looking for some more happy hour meal deals. E-mail the author at mabel.suen@riverfronttimes.com.

Location Info

Stella Blues

3269 Morgan Ford Rd, St. Louis, MO

Category: Music

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