5 Bars in STL to Get A Moscow Mule

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Made popular in the 1940s by Hollywood socialite hotspot Cock ‘n Bull, The Moscow Mule has become a major drink trend across America. The drink combines vodka, lime juice and ginger beer served up in an iconic copper mug. What seems like a pretty simple drink now was a lot harder to sell back when vodka first hit the scene. Now, Moscow Mules are being slung across bar tops nationwide and are recognized for their unique presentation and fresh flavors. It’s time to go out and see for yourself what makes this classic cocktail so delicious. Try one of these local watering holes below!

Flickr Creative Commons, photo by Wicker Paradise

Flickr Creative Commons, photo by Wicker Paradise

1/ Taste Bar, Central West End

Take in the atmosphere and enjoy the experience at Taste Bar STL. Be sure to check out their featured drinks, as well as their long list of classic cocktails.

2/ Planter’s House, Lafayette Square

Planter’s House has quickly become the place to grab a cocktail in St. Louis. Located in the Lafayette Square neighborhood, it makes for a nice night out for signature drinks and small plates.

3/ Tigin Irish Pub & Restaurant, Downtown

Skip the Guinness pint and go straight for the mule. Made with Crabbie’s alcoholic ginger beer, this drink is a two for one.

4/ Peacemaker Lobster & Crab, Benton Park

Peacemaker Lobster & Crab, a newer hub featuring colorful seafood dishes, po boys and shrimp platters also manages a great deal of handmade drinks—including a frozen Moscow mule!

5/ The Whiskey Ring, Cherokee Street

Known for its eclectic crowd, laid-back vibe and a plethora of rare and known whiskeys, The Whiskey Ring bartenders make a mean cocktail.

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