27 Reviews

Type: Bar, Eatery

6691 Delmar Blvd
Saint Louis, Missouri, 63130-4544
United States

(314) 862-0009 | map

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Photo of KansasBeerLover
3.95/5  rDev -1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

We were in St Louis for the weekend. Friday evening and the place was busy and very noisy. Our server was great. Knew the menu and recommended the pizza. My wife had a pasta, she said it was good, but not great. I had a pizza, I would give it 4.5 of 5.0. The meats made it a little greasy, but it was still very good.

For beer, they claimed 53 on tap, over 150 bottles. My choices there was an Arrogant Bastard and an Urban Chestnut STLIPA. Each served in appropriate glassware.

All of this in a family friendly atmosphere, and well-patronized by locals. I will return.

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Photo of StLThrash
4/5  rDev +0.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Cicero's is a great place if you love craft beer. It's also a great place for happy hour. A group of us from work went there recently and had a great time. Me being the beer geek of the group, well, to the say the least, I was a bit giddy at the selection!

They had around 40-50 taps and had an excellent variety. Stone, Southern Tier, new local breweries like Urban Chestnut, Founders, etc.. a great selection. I would have to assume they had at least 150-200 bottles in their selection as well. I really liked the fact that the bartender would let you sample anything before you ordered it. A great place for the beer lover!

I only partaked in the appetizers since we were there for happy hour and everything was really good and 1/2 price. Wings, mushrooms, the salmon roll, etc.. all good. Some friends got burgers and said they were great.

Service was so-so. At the bar it was great, and if you actually sit in the restaurant or outside it's great. But there is a section of the 'bar' down by the pool tables that had big tables we could push together - they didn't have any wait service down there. You had to go up to the bar and order drinks. Was kind of strange.

But other than that, this place is great. We'll just sit somewhere else next time. I would definitely recommend Cicero's - especially if you are a craft beer lover.

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Photo of phaleslu
3.63/5  rDev -9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

The Loop is a fun area of town and this is toward the western end of it. I went to plenty of shows there in college before the big fire, and it’s a totally different-looking place now. Instead of a smoky, low-lit, neon-decorated place, the new Cicero’s is bright, clean, and decorated with art. The clientele hasn’t changed, which is good. The music venue is still there. The food is decent, with great St. Louis style pizza, huge salads, and a lot of sandwiches, burgers, appetizers, entrees, and pasta dishes. Probably over 100 bottles, with a wide range of styles and places represented. The 40-50 taps also represent a wide range of styles and local, regional, national, and international brews. The list is huge, even if they don't get the most exciting stuff around, so you can pretty much always find something new. I’ll keep coming back here.

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Photo of akantner
4.58/5  rDev +14.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I'm a big fan of Cicero's and have been coming here since the first week that I moved to St. Louis. Their draft and bottle list is impressive, their food is pretty good, and their prices are reasonable. The atmosphere is welcoming as well. I always look forward to coming to Cicero's and really enjoy attending Beer School each Wednesday night. If you're coming to St. Louis it's definitely worth checking out. Beer School is a weekly event during the "school year" (August - April) when various brewers and distributors from across the US come in and have the students sample 3 or 4 beers for free. There's even a graduation ceremony at the end of each semester!

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Photo of birchstick
4.03/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

A & F - Don't let the Italian in the name fool you. Ciceros is half restaurant (with a lot more than Italian food) and half bar. Being that I live pretty close to this place, I usually go here for beer and not the food. However, the food is pretty good - pretty standard restaurant items. This place is a very relaxed bar with a pretty eclectic collection of people, but I guess that is expected being that it is in the Loop.

Q & S - as with most things in life, quantity does not always equal quality. However, I would say there are 10 taps that are usually very interesting compared to 40 or so other taps. They have all sorts of imports, American, and STL brews to choose from. However, some of the taps are pretty uninteresting, however that's to be expected at a place that doesn't necessarily claim to be a beer bar and beer bar only.

Service - Being that I always order from the bar, I cannot speak on the waiting staff. However, the bartenders are always good with a suggestion when you can't make up your mind and they have yet to steer me wrong.

If you are coming from out of town, I would suggest this place over many others just for the sheer amount different tap selections. The food is good, but nothing spectacular. I would suggest maybe going somewhere else in the Loop for food and ending your night at Ciceros.

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Photo of Dogbrick
3.88/5  rDev -2.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Cicero's is located on Delmar Blvd a couple miles of I-170 in the University City area. There is street parking around as well as a lot attached to the building.

The inside is separated into a bar on the right and more of a deli on the left. The pub side is split level with a pool table and seating around the short bar. On the deli side, there is a brighter color scheme and a view of the kitchen. There is also a beer cooler for brews to go.

The beer selection at Cicero's is decent. There are around 50 beers on tap from brewers like North Coast, Left Hand, New Belgium, O'Fallon, Bell's etc. As for bottles there are over 100 with domestic choices like Boulevard, O'Fallon, Schlafly, Southern Tier etc and imports from Chimay, Duvel, Ayinger and others. Cicero's has a few different samplers available and also runs a "beer school".

Service was good on an early weekday lunch. The server made good recommendations and was kinf enough to bring samples.

The food at Cicero's is pretty good. My teriyaki wrap was tasty.

Overall this is a pretty cool spot to check out in the St. Louis area.

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Photo of hwwty4
3.68/5  rDev -7.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I was able to visit this place on my last trip over to the other side of the state. Cicero's is located on the Old Delmar loop were parking is atrocious. If you don't take a cab, then you might have problems finding a parking spot. We had to drive around this massive parking lot on the backside of the loop for about 15 minutes before we could find a place to park.

The first thing I noticed as I walked in was that smoking was allowed inside the restaurant. I had forgot that St. Louis doesn't have a smoking ban yet. As you walk in, the bar is right to your right, with a couple pool tables, a door that will lead you to where the bands play and several shady looking people. To your left is the Non Smoking section, which looks like a normal little restaurant. Fortunately we were seated at the further most spot from the smoking section which allowed for a very little amount of smoke lingering.

The food was great. We had a pie and their fried pizza bread. Both were excellent, and the pizza was some of the best St. Louis style that I've had the pleasure of trying. The beer was top quality also. They have the standard BMC, but had tons of stuff from Schlafly, Bells, and Boulevard. This place has a really great selection of beer. I had a New Belgium 30 degrees dunklewiezen, which we haven't seen on the other side of the state, a Belhaven Twisted Thistle IPA, and a Bell's Hopslam. All very quality. The pints were a bit cold, but that was my fault for not asking for a warm glass. The only bad thing about my excursion to Cicero's was the waitress. She was borderline rude. She couldn't answer my beer questions (which consisted of "Do you have...on tap still?"), got angry with me when she thought that I was asking the same question twice. She could have been having a bad day, but still. Overall, this was a really good place. I will definitely be making my way back and hoping to have better service the next time.

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Photo of 1fastz28
4.3/5  rDev +7.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Took my Fiancee and my brother here kind of on a whim, i had heard good things about its beer list so i decided to go. First impression is that it is like 2 bars in one, the one side has pool tables and looked like a rough crowd, but the other side is your normal restaurant. The only problem overall was the fact that smoke was everywhere, it made reviewing beers hard since i couldn't smell them.
Food prices were ok, a bit high but nothing crazy. The bbq burger was really good, but i filled up on some hotwings as an appetizer. the food, service, atmosphere were all good. But the beer selection is the best i've seen in st.louis. Delirium, unibrou, rochefort, just to name a few. they had samplers, 4 6oz glasses for like 7 bucks so i did that and was able to try a few beers i had not had yet. this is the only place i've ever seen that has deliriu tremens on draft, had the pink elephant tap and everything, it was pretty cool i suggest it, i think i spent 90 bucks between the 3 of us, but we did drink alot of beers

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Photo of mphopkins99
3.93/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Have been here numerous occasions, and always enjoy it. The beer selection is the best in "The Loop", and the bartenders are more often than not very knowledgable and ready with suggestions.

Atmosphere is so-so, its best enjoyed on a nice summer night from one of their outside tables. Inside dining area is cramped, and the bar area is a little run-down.

Food is not great with the exception of their pizzas, which are tremendous. Stick with that and you'll have a good meal.

Value is good, most pints in the $3-$5 range, and the pizzas are reasonable as well.

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Photo of cubbyswans
3.68/5  rDev -7.8%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Went there a few weeks ago. The beer selection is very impressive. Plenty of local choices, american craft brews, imports, quite a few big beers - I had an Arcadia Hopmouth draft and a Lenny's RIPA bomber for a very reasonable price for both. The food menu is a pretty standard 'Italian" menu. Pizza, pastas, sandwiches and a few entrees.

I've been there a few times and their pizza is great. The last time I went, I ordered a pasta dish with canneloni, lasagna, and manicotti. The manicottie and canneloni were decent, but I got to the lasagna, and wtf... they use cottage cheese instead of ricotta in their lasagna?!!? This should never happen. It was edible, but I've made a mental note to never order lasagna from this place again.

What sucked about this place? The only way to get in or out is to walk through the smoking area(s). Half the place is a bar, and the other half is a dining room. The bar as well as the front half of the dining room, where you walk in, is smoking. I don't mind it myself, but we had our 18 month old with us, if we would have had to wait for a table for even 30 seconds in the smoking area, I would have immediately left.

I'll be back to this place for the fantastic beer menu and the pizza, but not without a babysitter. It's off my list as a family dining establishment.

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Photo of redbird
3.83/5  rDev -4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

I hate that Cicero's gets such a bad rap, but I can't disagree with it. It's easily the best selection in the city, but the atmosphere leaves a little to be desired. The best thing you can do is sit outside.

The beer selection is top notch for St. Louis. Great imports and the domestic micros are as good as you can do in STL. Beer school every Wed is a good way to get stuff that may not be available.

Standard pub food, although I have a soft spot in my heart for the pizza chips. Pizza is their specialty and it's good, you can order it however you want it (stay away from the provel cheese!).

The loop is always worth checking out, classic college style strip. With Cicero's on the far end, you can bar hop all the way down to the 3am bars.

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Photo of gemutlichkeit
3.38/5  rDev -15.3%
vibe: 1.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 2

I've worked down the street from this place pretty much since they opened at their present location, so I guess it's time to put my 2 cents in.

Vibe: College kid. Lotta jam bands play in their admittedly nice music room. A certain uncomfortable je ne se qois dominates throughout the rest of the place, with the dining area resembling a chain restaurant, the bar area short on chairs and the game area basically a sports bar/frat house basement.

Food: Unremarkable. Basic St Louis bland Italian food.

Service: Always friendly, usually knowledgable.

Selection: Huge list, well-chosen, proper glassware, all of it. Recently I had a Van Honsebrouk St Louis Peche on tap there for almost half of what I've paid for it elsewhere. Weekly beer school, throughout most of the year.

Overall, a required stop, as is the neightborhood in general. The Loop's great for people watching, catching a show, grabbing a bite and a coupla beers. Soon there'll be a hotel on the strip so you won't have to worry about driving home.

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Photo of brewintheLou
4.25/5  rDev +6.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This place reminded me of a of college bar, from the people to the atmosphere. I was in one night during the Play StL night weekend in the Loop. The place was crowded, but my brother and I found two seats at the bar. Nice atmosphere if you are looking for a young energentic place.

Service was quick and never had to wait long to get a refill. They were busy and I did not get a chance to talk much with the bartender. Didn't eat so I cannot comment on the quality of the food.

When in the Loop neighborhood I will go back into this place.

Did make it back and had a deep dish pizza that was excellent.

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Photo of hobbes2150
3.9/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3

The atmosphere varies depending on which part of the building you are in. I personally like to sit at the bar because the service is fairly quick and I've had some good beer talks with the bartenders. The music venue can be fun depending on what bands are playing, but it's nice to be able to see a band and drink great beer at the same time. Compared to most bars their selection is outstanding. I've always been able to find something exceptional to sip on. The food is pretty good, mostly higher end bar food in my experience, but I haven't eaten there much. I mostly go for the beer and the music, and both are good enough to keep me coming back.

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Photo of mizzoueng
3.8/5  rDev -4.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Atmosphere - quiet, somewhat, for pub. I was able to walk in, walk up to and sit at the bar. The restaurant seemed like it was fairly packed for a Tuesday night.

Quality - Beers were served in pint glasses, other glasses were available upon request. I had three beers, O'Fallon 5 day (on tap), Leffe Blond (i think, on tap), and a Duvel (bottle). The 5 Day seemed to have been mixed with something, perhaps the lines were not cleaned properly before switching taps.

Service - Good, my barmaid was Sara (i think thats the right spelling), she was new and her first solo night. She did fairly well and kept a sharp eye for empty glasses. The vets that came to back her up later were very sharp and knew theirs beers.

Selection - 200+ beers to choose from. Only drawback was that there was not an up-to-date beer list at the bar. The beer list should be at the bar of all places. I was highly disappointed when they did not carry Rochefort 10 like the old list I had said.

Food - I only ordered a chicken ceaser wrap as I was at the bar. One day I will revise the food rating after I have had a chance ot sit down at a table and order a real meal.

Value - reasonable. pints run from 3.75 to 15 a pop (Rouge XS Impy stout) and local Schalfly is served at 3 bucks a pint on Tuesdays.

If you plan to go, go thirsty. There is free parking behind Cicero's so avoid street parking as it will be sparse.

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Photo of Jason
3.43/5  rDev -14%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 2

Lets start off by saying that this place is like a grownup Chuck E Cheese or crack. If I never knew about this place or never saw the beer list I would have never walked in. Part resturant, part bar, part night club. Which all you could hear was the shitty music coming from the night club through the whole place. It was an absolute mess, food on the floor and the bathrooms were a war zone.

As for the beer selection, best in the area for sure. The staff was quick and friendly which is a plus for me. The food was a waste of time, we put in a simple pizza order and the order was never put in ... when they finally realized that it was never put through it was well over an hour after we ordered it. I have had better pizza from Domino's as well.

All in all, go here for the selection and friendly staff ...

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Photo of wagenvolks
3.98/5  rDev -0.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Atmosphere can feel a bit crowded at times, but it's always a good St. Louis vibe. Try and hit this place up in the summer and people watch outside along Delmar. Truly fantastic. Quality can be varied. One summer (I went to undergrad at Washington University in St. Louis, right near the Loop), my friend and I ordered pitchers of Abita Purple Haze on 5 seperate occasions. 3 out of the 5 times, the beer was skunky. My advice is to get a sample of anything on tap that is not a macrobrew and/or immensely popular.

Service is decent, the staff is friendly and accomodating, and most know their beer. The selection is the highlight of this place, and from what I hear, is only getting better. Definately the premier beer bar on the loop (also try Brandt's). Food is hit or miss. Try the seafood pasta and pizza, but stay away from less "traditional" dishes. Value is spectacular, you really can't beat the prices at Cicero's. Do not miss this place if you're a sworn BA in the midst of St. Louis.

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Photo of TheBeerBaron14
3.85/5  rDev -3.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3

I really enjoy Ciceros since they have misplaced all but one of their pool tables. They have a new GM (Karen McVicker) who has really placed a focus on their beer selection. Recently they have strted doing a beer school class every Wednesday night. Each week they have a rep from a different brewery come in and talk about their beers and brewery, also you get a 4 oz sample of 4 of their beers. It has grown from 35-50 people last fall to 90-100 people this winter. Long story short Ciceros is really driving the beer culture on-premise in St Louis!!

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Photo of Backer2004
4.08/5  rDev +2.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I remembered Cicero's being ranked as the top palce for beer in an old beer guide book I picked up a few years ago so when I randomaly saw the place Friday during lunch time, it was a no brainer to check it out. This place is two places in one. When you walk in, it looks to be a pretty cool bar with a large amoun of taps, nice stage area . . . probably a great place for music.

The upstairs portion doesn't have a feel of a beer joint, except walking by the coolers with tons of different bottles. The beer list looked pretty tempting but went with a lackluster choice that day.

Would definitely like to go again on a weekend night.

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Photo of carln26
4.05/5  rDev +1.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Cicero’s used to be one of my favorite places in St. Louis. I still try to make it back there whenever I come back home for a visit. Not just for the beer, but for a pizza as well. I’m very fond of “Jean’s Favorite” a mixture of sun-dried tomatoes, peppers, and mushrooms.
They certainly have slipped some in taking care of the beer. A couple of the selections I tried today were definitely showing age. Most notably the Augusta Oktoberfest. What they lack in care for the beer, they do make up for in selection. St. Louis is a very German town, and this shows in their beer selection. There were at least 3 beers from Paulaner including Salvator, and a Bock selection. Aventinus was on tap, and a few other selections from Germany too. They don’t ignore Belgium (LaChouffe, Delerium Tremens, and Marsedous were all on tap), and they had good representation from England and the states.
The food here is good, the staff attentive (though not beer savvy). It’s not the place it used to be, but still worth a visit when it town.

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Photo of nogoodreason
4.18/5  rDev +4.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Cicero's used to be THE beer bar in the city. Alas, they've fallen off and no one has arisen to replace them.

The place is nice, with a pretty broad selection and some good food, though the service is seemingly entirely untrained in the beer department. While they have some great choices, they're often not fresh and rarely, if ever server the way you would want them. If they bring you a glass without you having to ask for it, it's almost always frosted.

It seemed some time ago, that they really cared about their selection. At this point it almost seems like a simple gimic to get people in the doors.

Still, it's worth a stop from time to time, simply to see what's on tap and for the food, which is always decent.

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Photo of AtLagerHeads
4.03/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This is a very happening spot near Wash U. on Delmar. The place was packed and hopping on our Saturday night visit here. The on-street parking was tough to find and we had a 20 minute wait for a table. But the entertainment was good, the crowd mixed but primarily college agers, and the food was good enough though a bit pricey.

The food is heavily mixed toward pizza and pasta, both of which were quite good. Service is a bit distracted especially on a busy night. My initial beer order was completely dropped. Thankfully the food order was not.

But Cicero's is more about beer than food, as any good BA will attest. The glass front coolers and taps hold an amazing array of beer. Many Belgians and great craft beers in evidence. You'll satisfy your beer thirst here and then some. One of the best I've yet seen for selection. A must stop for BAs in St. Louis.

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Photo of Ave
4.58/5  rDev +14.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

What can I say? Cicero's is the place to go for beer in St. Louis. There are other places for sure, but none have the voluminous selection that Cicero’s dose. With more than 40 taps, more than half of which stay in rotation, & typically more than 100 others available in bottles, there is more great beer in this building than in any other public address in town. The staff at the bar is always egger to talk to beer lovers. Pull up a stool & ask for something unique, & unless there swamped, you will likely end up in a conversation about it. Tony, there current beer buyer, is a beer nut of the highest order, brews at home, knows & loves his work.

The food is excellent as well. Though not the best pizza in town, it is easily in the top 3. The wait staff in the restaurant are generally nice & helpfull. Mostly it is what you would expect from a joint that charges college students & other mid-west hipster types $12 for a pasta dinner. Some of the staff have shown, or at least convincingly faked, a good knowledge of their beer selections. Though with the range the do have available, few know it all, all the time.

Not always the cleanest place in town, certainly not the dirtiest. I have heard ill of the cleanliness of the kitchen in the past, but the great Cicero’s fire of 2000 & its subsequent remodeling in 2001 hopefully killed all those stories along with the germs. I of late have not seen any signs of poor kitchen management in recent years.

Selection alone sells me on this place. Pool & a few vids are available. & there is a band room that hosts live music most nights of the week. Always worth the trip. Take a beer menu home, & plan ahead.


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Photo of Realale
3.88/5  rDev -2.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I'm fortunate that Cicero's is only a few blocks from my house, so a quick trip for a pint is easily accomplished. The highlights here are two for me: (1) the beer; and (2) the pizza.

The atmosphere is generally friendly, and the smoke does not get too bad, even in the bar on a weekend night. A very mixed crowd of locals, families, and, on the weekends, a lot of college students.

The servers in the dining area are all competent wait staff, but their beer knowledge ranges from rudimentary to impressive. I don't see tons of turn-over in the staff, so I would expect improvement, but it never seems to come.

The beer menu was truly impressive, but has been dumbed-down considerably over the past year or so (01/18/05 update). A wide range of micros and imports on tap. They largely do a decent job of rotating seasonals through, but I have had an occassional pint or two that was past its prime. These have been always exchanged with a smile, but rarely do I see the keg changed as a result.

A very good selection of bottles as well. You can check out the beer menu on their website, but the menu in the restaurant is updated much more frequently than the website, but not frequently enough. Its better to simply eye the tap handles and the cooler before taking your seat than to rely on the menu.

The bar staff have, in my experience, a pretty good handle on the extensive list, and seem to really appreciate people interested in beer. When I've ordered something interesting, I've frequently been sent a small sample glass of something else that the bartender thought I might like as well.

The food is good, but the pizza is truly great. I go for the thick crust, and its always delicious. They also do all you can eat lasagna on one night (Thurs.?), and all you can eat spaghetti on another. The rest of the menu is solid and filling, rather than making any attempts at culinary honors.

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Photo of MJR
4.35/5  rDev +9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Atmosphere: For the most part, it's a young, college crowd, but there's every type of demographic mixed in there. Good place to grab a beer, something to eat, and have a stimulating conversation.

Quality: Overall quality of everything offered is very good. Great food and a fantastic selection of beer are Cicero's strong points.

Service: Ranges from good to outstanding...I've never had a bad server there. They don't always know the beer all that well, but you can't expect all the servers on staff to be all-knowing.

Selection: Beer selection is awesome, probably the best in St. Louis. Better than Growler's, which somehow get's more word-of-mouth. They've not had a beer on the menu I wanted only once. The menu is varied and interesting as well.

Food: The food is quite good, but if you eat here, get the pizza: it's amazing!

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