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Cheap Date: A Tuesday Night in Soulard

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

CheapDate_logoThe beauty of planning a date for a Tuesday night is the element of surprise. No one expects a romantic rendezvous two days into the workweek, on perhaps the most wretched of days. There are also certain underestimated perks of playing the Tuesday night card – namely intimate, sparsely populated venues with fantastic weekday deals.

With a little homework, it’s possible to mastermind a casual night on the town for much less than you’d be laying down on a crowded Friday night. Here’s a cheat sheet for one recently designed:

International Tap House leads the pack in a fantastic little trend: local pubs that, rather than offer food, focus on the booze and encourage patrons to bring in carryout. I-Tap’s Soulard location is flush with nearby takeaway options, one of which is arguably the best example of non-St. Louis-style pizza brilliance in all of downtown: Feraro’s Jersey Style Pizza. A large, hand-tossed, brick-oven beauty with two toppings will run you about $20. Well worth the trip.

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Grab a to-go order from Feraro’s 10th Street location, just blocks away from iTAP’s Soulard beer mecca. On Tuesdays, from 8 p.m. till close, customers can enjoy Local Brewery Night, which features $3 drafts and bottles of Missouri-based microbrews. There’s a leather couch with your name on it. Looking for something smooth to wash down that slice of Feraro’s? Try what is fast becoming a local barroom staple: Urban Chestnut’s Zwickel – a smooth drinking, classic European lager crafted in the Midtown brewery.

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Though i-Tap has regular installments of live entertainment, Soulard’s real music epicenter is two blocks down South Ninth Street at 1860’s Saloon and Hardshell Cafe. Make this your next destination. Tuesday nights at 1860’s feature $2 PBRs – as well as no cover for the electric, blues and classic rock of the Jason David Cooper Band, a local mainstay that hits the stage every Tuesday at 9 p.m. And let’s be honest: Nothing pairs as well with the sounds of Muddy Waters and The Allman Brothers Band as cheap beer. Thankfully 1860’s doesn’t disappoint.

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