Playtime at The Pour House

By Stephanie Kratschmer
In Feature, Food

With a playful atmosphere and friendly service, dining at The Pour House is anything but misfortunate.

 

Washington Avenue’s newest addition, The Pour House, fuses food and fun, and offers classic eats alongside old-school games. Located in the Tudor Building, this destination spot adds to the growing number of businesses on the western strip of Downtown. With amusements like giant Jenga, a shuffleboard that spans the wall and an assortment of arcade games, this restaurant encourages you to play while you eat. The menu, short and sweet, boasts St. Louis favorites like fried mozzarella with red-pepper and hot house wings, deep fried and tossed in a spicy sauce. A digital juke box with a library of Top 40 tunes stands amid six flat-screen TVs easily visible from any seat in the house. At the bar, choose from several on-tap pours. Whether you stop in for lunch, dinner or a late night drink, this is one Pour House where an extended stay is a good thing (1933 Washington Ave., Downtown, 314.241.5999).

 

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Photo credit: Photo by Jonathan Pollack

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