Drunken Fish in the Central West End was the second location to open (after Westport Plaza). With a prime patio, two stories of dining, and being ... More
Drunken Fish - Central West End
Drunken Fish in the Central West End was the second location to open (after Westport Plaza). With a prime patio, two stories of dining, and being located in the heart of the Central West End, it quickly thrived in the trendy St. Louis neighborhood. Today, Drunken Fish is the Midwest's unrivaled leader in Sushi and Japanese Cuisine. Voted Best Sushi in St. Louis, Drunken Fish is unlike anything you've ever experienced. Our selection of sensational sushi and Japanese cuisine will satisfy every appetite, while our drink menu boasts a list of unique cocktails. With our intimate lounge and exceptional service, Drunken Fish is the ultimate St. Louis hotspot.
The Bissell Mansion has been dubbed St. Louis' Oldest "Hysterical" Landmark. Built in the 1820s as the home of Captain
Lewis Bissell, it features period decor along with many of the original furnishings. Comedy/mystery dinner theater shows are produced ...
Laid out as a semi rural retreat in the late 1800s, West Cabanne Place eventually came to feature some of
the finest Shingle Style homes in the Midwest. As the neighborhood around it filled up in ensuing decades, the ...
Considered by many to be the best Italian restaurant on The Hill, this restaurant inspires elegance and good taste. Gentlemen
will want to wear a suit and tie, and ladies should make it a point to dress up for ...