Comfort Inn & Suites
7133 Douglas Palmer Place
Hazelwood, MO 63042
Phone: (314) 895-8899
Fax: (314) 895-4466
7133 Douglas Palmer Place, Hazelwood, MO, US, 63042
- Phone: (314) 895-8899
- Fax: (314) 895-4466
Bars & Cafes
There are several big reasons to visit Big A's—friendly waitresses, games, televised sports and a wide variety of food and drink. Since 1989, Big A's has been welcoming guests who want to watch baseball or hockey at the bar and have fun in the meantime. If you're not into the game on TV, you can play virtual golf, challenge a friend to a game of football or shoot pool on one of the three pool tables.
Beautiful and relaxing pub that is filled with antiques and serves steaks, seafood, chicken, and pasta dishes by candlelight. They are closed on Mondays.
Located in a 200-year-old mill building, this brew pub features handcrafted beer brewed on the premises and serves smoked and grilled American entrees. They are open daily for lunch, dinner, and late night dining.
Charming cafe that serves homestyle American cuisine including quiche, homemade desserts, and baked potato soup daily for lunch only.
Enjoy an ice cold drink while catching all the latest sports action on the bar's stunning 34-foot video wall. The high energy Amerisports Bar & Grill features a wide selection of draft & bottled beers, mouth-watering burgers, loaded pizzas, buffalo wings, and house-made giant pretzels.
Bradford's Pub is a funky little pub with an Irish theme. Located in bustling Westport Plaza, this gastropub makes it easy to have a good time and end on a full stomach. Stop in for lunch or dinner. The menu is predominately American with burgers, fries, onion rings and the like, but traditional European fare is also available for the taking. The staff is efficient and friendly and the ambiance is fun and laid back, perfect for meeting new people or catching up with friends. Bring a laptop and take advantage of the WiFi available on-site. The crowd gets lively around happy hour, when you'll always find people playing darts or brushing up on their skills at the pool table. The prices are reasonable and families are welcome during daylight hours. -Cathryn D. Blue
Given the wood-plank floors and the large model train that circles the bar, customers here might really think that they are revisiting the Old West. The antiques scattered throughout the dining room date back to the late 1800s; even the booths are antiques. If the thought of Bison Tongue does not set your mouth to watering, you might just stick with a regular hamburger. Guests regularly order the bison and ostrich specialties, but the menu has something to appeal to everyone. Try the two-inch thick Trainwreck Chop, a Caesar salad, a glass of beer or wine and one of the house desserts,may be a mousse!
Baseball fans all over the world know who Ozzie Smith is—he played shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1982-1996. This restaurant and bar was once owned by the sports star and still bears his name. Every wall is adorned with such decorations as framed photos from Smith's baseball career, his 13 Gold Glove Awards and other sports memorabilia. Patrons often hang out in the bar after dining to watch sports on one of five big screen or 45 19-inch TVs. Ozzie's serves steaks, chicken, pastas, pizza, wraps, Mexican food and sandwiches. You might take advantage of the early bird specials. There is a special menu for kids with selections sure to please picky palates.
The Halo Bar is the bar connected to The Pageant, which is one of the most popular concert venues in St. Louis. You can hit up the Halo Bar before any show to get early access and grab some drinks and seats before the crowds rush in. It's kind of like getting VIP access, just by buying some drinks! You can even bring your own snacks into the venue to go with your favorite beer or cocktail. Several restaurants in the Loop will even deliver to you at the Halo Bar. -Rease Kirchner
After work, local Clayton business folk make John P. Field’s the place to be to watch the game or just have a meal and drink with friends. Early in the day, this bar and grill is reminiscent of an old Irish pub. After nightfall, however, the young professionals, trendsetters, and college students claim Johnnie’s as the hot spot of choice. The menu features traditional American fare with Cajun inspirations. The staff is just as fun as the crowd. With a great selection of imported and domestic beers, drafts, wines, and liquors, joy ensues. - Cathryn D. Blue
Northwest Coffee specializes in all things coffee. The hand-roasted, whole bean coffee is roasted on-site and served fresh every day. If coffee isn't your thing, the large selection of hot and cold milks, teas, smoothies, and sodas are sure to hit the spot. Fresh pastries are available for dipping in the coffee. In the tradition of coffeehouses, the atmosphere is laid back and artsy with local artists' paintings featured on the café walls. Wholesale coffee-roasting equipment and products are also available for sale. These folks are serious about coffee.
Bubble Tea is a new addition to the lively Delmar Loop. This small lunch cafe caters to folks of all ages who enjoy good Asian-inspired fare, while the prices cater to those who like to live frugally while still enjoying the finer things. Bubble Tea is a favorite among locals, offering a variety of flavors and tea infusions accented by little tapioca balls that can be playfully sucked through appropriately sized straws. The atmosphere is open, light, and family oriented. With over 150 menu items to choose from and a selection of milk and fruit teas, slushes and snows, everyone will have something to enjoy. -Cathryn D. Blue