On Tap: 5 Places to Drink on Thanksgiving Eve

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

It’s almost time for the biggest drinking night of the year. Catch up with family and old friends at some of these STL parties to celebrate Thanksgiving Eve.

Photo courtesy of Three Sixty

Photo courtesy of Three Sixty

Ameristar Casino
The Nightclub at Ameristar is throwing a big party and St. Louis native Tom Sandoval from Bravo’s hit TV show “Vanderpump Rules” will be the night’s host. Attendees will also enjoy  music from DJs K-LOW, Maximus and Arty J. For tickets visit flavorus.com/vanderpump. 1 Ameristar Blvd., St Charles, 636.949.7777

Drunken Fish
Head to Central West End to drink for a good cause at the annual “Get Canned Party.” Donate canned goods to support Operation Food Search to fight hunger in the St. Louis area with drink specials, karaoke, giveaways and more. 1 Maryland Plaza, Central West End, 314.367.4222

Atomic Cowboy
Dollar Bin and Basement Sound Systems presents a no-cover Blackout Wednesday. DJs will provide the dance music while you enjoy $1 PBRs and late-night food in The Grove until 2am. 4140 Manchester Ave., The Grove, 314.775.0775

Budweiser Brew House
Bring in canned goods for the St. Louis Area Food Bank and receive half-priced drinks and a Thanksgiving dinner buffet until 9pm. There will be giveaways all night and an after-party at PBR. Ballpark Village, 601 Clark Ave., Downtown, 314.345.9481

Three Sixty
Enjoy shareable plates like roasted barbecue oysters and house-smoked salmon chips alongside a signature cocktail while you enjoy the rooftop view. 1 S. Broadway, Hilton at The Ballpark, Downtown, 314.241.8439

Quick News:

Known for the locally crafted Cardinal Sin and Cardinal Sin Starka vodkas, St. Louis Distillery will be opening a Tasting Room. The space is now available for private events and the distillery will be hosting free open houses to the public on Sunday, Nov. 22 from 1–5pm and Friday, Dec. 4 from 5–9pm. Visits will include a behind-the-scenes look at the distillation process, a Q&A session with the distillers and product tastings. 755 Friedens Road, St. Charles

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