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1 College Junior

Party Scene: There is literally nothing to do at Webster after night. Not a lot of affordable housing off campus for parties, dorms are too small and strict, and there are NO bars or clubs in Webster Groves.

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: It's just that. It's okay.

3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: The BBQ Party takes place at the MCIS

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: Eh it's alright, nothing too crazy.

3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: The intensity of parties depend greatly on the organizers and the location. However, the attendees also contribute greatly to how best the party would be. Invite the right party freaks and you will have the best party ever.


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If you plan to go out for the night, the city of St. Louis offers a variety of things to do after school, if you consider them. When it comes to the party scene, however, most parties happen off campus, and it is best to go elsewhere or to another neighboring campus like Washington University or St. Louis University. These places are near the most active clubs and bars that usually require a "classy and casual" dress code if you plan to go to one of the more "sophisticated" clubs. 

It is possible to hear about a house party through word of mouth, but it all depends on the kind of crowd one prefers. There are both non-partiers and partiers on campus. Bars can be found as close as two blocks from campus, like Weber's Front Row, or as far away as Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis. It also depends on what kind of cash you have, with regular beer being about $2 and upscale mixed concoctions for $10 each. For a regular night on the town, or for the under-21 crowd, there are plenty of movie theaters, performance theaters, shopping centers, local landmarks, tourism areas, museums, and parks to check out, provided you have some cash on you.

Facts & Statistics

Primary Areas with Nightlife
  • Central West End of St. Louis City
  • Washington Boulevard in Downtown St. Louis
Other Places to Check Out
  • Bar Louie
  • Fandango's Sports Bar & Grill
  • Lucas Park Grille
  • St. Louis Sports Zone
  • Tequila Mexican Restaurant
Local Specialties
Sex on the Beach: Contains orange juice, cranberry juice, Schnapps peaches and vodka
Favorite Drinking Games
  • Beer pong
  • Circle of Death
Useful Resources for Nightlife
  • for night campus activities and events
  • Fliers on bulletin boards
  • Word of mouth
Closing Time
Most close at 12 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Cheapest Place to Get a Drink
Wild Country
Organization Parties
Most campus organization parties do not serve alcohol unless the audience will consist of an over-21 crowd. For campus organizations and events that do serve alcohol, there is usually a notice to students ahead of time.

Club ListingsWhat's This?

Wild Country

A country western-themed nightclub that features live entertainment from bands all across the country, especially the local band Rockin' Horse. Special events happen on various nights of the week including specials, a mechanical bull-riding night, dancing lessons, and free pool table play.

17 Gateway Drive

Collinsville, Ill.

(618) 346-6775

Mandarin Lounge

An Asian-inspired rooftop lounge that provides cocktails and specialties at about $9 to $10 each. One of the specialty drinks is garnished with real gold that costs $50 for that extra slip of sophistication.

44 Maryland Plaza

St. Louis

(314) 367-4447

Club 15

An upscale club located within downtown St. Louis that requests casual dress to enter. Afterward you dine at the adjoining 15 Steakhouse, head next door to the Club 15 to enjoy the night with some local DJs and rocking music.

1900 Locust Ave.

St. Louis

(314) 588-8899

Bar ListingsWhat's This?

Llywelyn's Pub

An Irish pub that provides food, beer, spirits, and plenty of good times while watching sporting games. The pub also provides a trolley ride to the Busch Stadium directly from the pub. You can hop aboard the trolley during its scheduled hours or book it for your entire group.

17 W. Moody Ave.

Webster Groves

(314) 962-1515

Weber's Front Row

A popular hangout that is within walking distance of campus. It caters to both under-21 and over-21 students simply for the their famous $5 bottomless wing specials on Monday nights. Good place to go to if you need a quick bite for dinner or a beer while hanging out with other Webster students.

8169 Big Bend Blvd.

Webster Groves

(314) 961-4500

Chili's Grill & Bar

Bar and restaurant with Mexican food varieties. You can also order online and have "Curbside Pickup" for when you're on the go.

1130 S. Kirkwood Road


(314) 984-8176

Bailey's Chocolate Bar

A food and dessert bar, complete with a variety of beer, spirits, wine, champagne, and hot chocolate.

1915 Park Ave., Lafayette Square

St. Louis

(314) 241-8100

Bar Napoli

Enjoy some specialty drinks, beer, wine, and spirits while hanging out with friends. A reserved space is available to accommodate 80 people.

7754 Forsyth Blvd.


(314) 863-5731

What to Do if You're Not 21What's This?

Saint Louis City Museum

This is another fun local attraction, one of many museums in the area.

701 N. 15th St.

St. Louis

(314) 231-2489

Saint Louis Zoo

Great way to see some exotic animals, eat lunch at the Lakeside Café for a lakeside view, and learn something about the animal kingdom you did not know about. There is no entrance fee.

1 Government Drive, Forest Park

Saint Louis

(314) 781-0900

Saint Louis Art Museum

Explore some art exhibitions, paintings, pieces, old world items, even a mummy. There is no entrance fee, but some exhibitions do require a fee, except on Fridays.

1 Fines Arts Drive

St. Louis

(314) 721-0072

The Delmar Loop

Various restaurants, shops, a movie theater and a retro-inspired bowling alley are all "in the loop" here. Also, be aware of the St. Louis "Walk of Fame" under your feet.

6504 Delmar Blvd.

St. Louis

(314) 727-8000

Missouri History Museum

Missouri's history can be seen through exhibitions and displayed items. There is also the Library and Researching Center a few blocks over on 225 South Skinker Boulevard if you decide to use it for academic purposes.

5700 Lindell Blvd.

St. Louis

(314) 746-4599

Student Polls

What is the biggest party event of the year?    Based on 23 responses

  • 35% Drag Ball
  • 17% Homecoming
  • 13% Mardi Gras!
  • 13% None
  • 9% Halloween
  • 9% Casino Night
  • 4% The school arranged succer game for free

Rate the off-campus bar and club scene on the following topics    Based on 53 responses

Very poor
  • Convenience to get to
  • Cover charges
  • Distance from campus
  • Drink prices
  • Fun
  • Variety/number of options

What is the party scene like on campus?    Based on 53 responses

  • 0% Tons of raging parties almost any night of the week.
  • 9% Lots of options Wednesday-Saturday.
  • 8% Some decent frat/house parties, weekends only.
  • 26% Good parties are few and far between.
  • 57% Parties? What parties?
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