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Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar

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Taps: 55 / Bottles: 200
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N

31 Ratings
Ratings: 31
Reviews: 24
rAvg: 4.45
pDev: 6.74%
$$ - reasonable

[ Bar, Eatery ]

1004 Locust St
Saint Louis, Missouri, 63101-1306
United States
phone: (314) 241-8141

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(Place added by: Vancer on 02-09-2010)
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Reviews by sprucetip:
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4.28/5  rDev -3.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$

Made a few visits on a long weekend visit to St. Louis. I liked the atmosphere in the long, narrow, 2 story, dimly lit building. There is some decor that could be considered odd, like the driftwood-like plant material coming off the lighting fixtures, but it didn't bother me. I guess you could say that it has a bit of an upscale feel about it, but I felt plenty comfortable, and am not an upscale (socio-economic) kind of guy.

55 taps, I belive, and another 200 bottles or so. Wine, too, as evidenced by the name. I got good service at midnight on a Saturday night, and great service on the other visits when it wasn't so busy (or loud). What I love about this place is that the menu offers 4 serving sizes, and lists prices clearly (except that they don't include the tax, which I guess is typical in Missouri): 4oz, 12oz, 20oz, 64oz. Of course the 4oz pours cost more per ounce, but I have no problem with that. I can try more beers, that I can't ordinarily get, without getting hammered. I approve of the program.

As for quality, a friend got something that tasted flat (I concurred), and it was replaced with no questions. Whatever gets docked in quality is made up for in service.

Didn't try the food, but I think it's more foo-foo than meat and potatoes, if that makes any sense. They have a sister business a couple blocks away called the Rooster, where we had a satisfying meal at a fair price.

12-30-2010 06:34:59 | More by sprucetip
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4.75/5  rDev +6.7%

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4.75/5  rDev +6.7%

12-30-2013 18:05:43 | More by jaminjohnson
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4.5/5  rDev +1.1%

11-30-2013 14:22:22 | More by Jhschappe
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3.28/5  rDev -26.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$

The guys that own this and several other restaurants in stl are total douches. Not sure what they have against 16 oz pint glasses, either. Would much rather go to itaphouse, the Royale, Mangia... anywhere else. Pedestrian food, snotty patrons from the county. Hooray.

09-10-2013 04:11:19 | More by edenstjames
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4.63/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$

I recently stumbled into this place after enjoying a Cardinals game at the beautiful Busch Stadium in St. Louis. It is adjacent to a large book store and features minimal signage out front. The interior is clean, modern, and urban, and absolutely bathed in darkness. I was immediately presented with a large, V-shaped, wooden bar that accommodated about a dozen seats. There are also some tables and chairs scattered here and there, and an entire elevated seating area that I did not really get a good look at. The tall brick wall behind the bar is covered by shelving that stores much of their bottles and glassware (there is a library-like ladder to get at the higher stuff). There is additional glassware hanging from above along with some interesting chandeliers.

The Bridge boasts that they have over two hundred beers available, and 55 of them are on tap handles. Their draft selection included many local breweries like 2nd Shift, 4 Hands, Civil Life, Perennial Ales, Schlafly, Charleville, and Urban Chestnut. The Midwest was also well represented with Arcadia, Bell’s, Founders, and New Holland. West coast breweries included Brouwerij West, Deschutes, Firestone Walker, Green Flash, and Rogue. From the east side was He’Brew, Southern Tier, and Stillwater. Colorado made a good showing with Avery, Great Divide, Left Hand, New Belgium, and Ska. And there were even some internationals like Belhaven, St. Feuillien, Weihenstephan, Fiedmans, St. Bernardus, Van Honsebrouck, Young’s, Thornbridge, and Kiuchi (not very often do I see Japanese kegs floating around places like this). All in all, I was not left wanting for much.

I gave their list a quick look, but mostly relied on staff recommendations. The bartender was extremely friendly and very well educated. I was in the mood for a Saison and was pleasantly surprised to hear that they had three on tap. I regret not scanning through the bottle list, but I guess now I have a reason to go back.

I was pretty focused on drinking and socializing, so I didn’t get a great look at the food menu. But I did want some cheese, so I asked the bartender for a recommendation there as well. I ended up with a great selection of four different stinky cheeses that worked perfectly with my beers. The cheeses were about $6.50 a piece, but they were cut fairly generously, and came with dried fruit, nuts, and bread. Perfection.

Overall I was very impressed and would highly recommend it to any good beer enthusiast.

09-05-2013 05:39:20 | More by mhaugo
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Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar in Saint Louis, MO
97 out of 100 based on 31 ratings.