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Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Presents

 

"A Christmas Sleigh-ing"

November and December 2018

 

Come Celebrate your Christmas this year at the Bissell Mansion Dinner Theatre as we try to unravel the truth behind the song, "Grandmas got Run Over by a Reindeer."

 

Was it a reindeer? Or did someone want the old lady dead and make it look like it was a reindeer accident? In my years of doing Murder Mystery shows I've found, it's never the reindeer.

 

Oh no! There are plenty of your favorite Christmas Story Characters who wanted that cantankerous old lady dead! Join Fred Scrooge, Bing Crossbow, Clark Grizzwold and a host of your other favorite Christmas characters as we try to solve the case.

 

Maybe it was Holly Wreath or Henry Potter, or perhaps Ebenezer Scrooge, or even Ralphie. Maybe he finally got that BB gun he wanted. Well, we'll find out who did it before the end of the night. Yes, Virginia, there is a killer! And it may be YOU!

 

Help Fred Scrooge and Granny track down the killer in this interactive comedy/murder mystery served with a 4-course meal to DIE for! Make your reservations now by calling the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838. It would be a CRIME to miss out on this much FUN!

 

 

Lucy Loves Ricky

The "I Love Lucy" TV Show premiered in October 1951.

Our Show is a tribute to that Fabulous Redhead

 

Lucy is trying to break into show business again by getting into Ricky's new show at the remodeled "Copy-With-Your-Banana Club".

 

She tries to prove to Ricky and the owner of the club, Regis Philitan, that she can sing, dance and even do tricks.

 

The 'Lucy Loves Ricky' and 'Lucy Goes Cruisin' are available for private shows either at the Bissell Mansion or we can bring the show to you at the location of your choice. Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838 for more details or to schedule your private show.

 

Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar Offers Stews & Brews Menu for the Fall and Holiday Seasons

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar, located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, has announced the special Stews & Brews menu for hotel guests and local residents.  The menu pairs a variety of house-made, hearty stew selections with pints of beer from local-area breweries.

 

“As we enter the cooler fall and winter months, we are excited to announce our annual Stews & Brews menu to provide delicious, hearty dining options for guests to keep warm as the temperatures continue to drop,” said Joseph Bidwell, executive chef at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar. “The Stews & Brews menu features delicious stews made by our culinary team which are complemented with our wide variety of the area’s best local beers.”

 

The Stews & Brews menu features three stews including chicken and dumplings, a hearty beef stew, and Cajun shrimp gumbo.  Guests can select from a wide variety of local brews to complement their stew, including Chef Bidwell’s pairing recommendations of the Urban Chestnut’s Fantasyland with the chicken and dumplings, Crown Valley Brewing & Distilling Co.’s Big Bison Ale paired with the hearty beef stew, and the Schlafly Pale Ale with the Cajun shrimp gumbo. The menu is available at Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar throughout the end of the year.  Each bowl of stew is $13 and guests will receive $1 off any draft beer pairing selection.

 

Located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and near Busch Stadium, Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar celebrates St. Louis’ local professional sports.  The restaurant features more than 70 local beers, an in-house smoker with BBQ selections, numerous oversized high-definition televisions with state-of-the-art sound systems to watch all the games.

 

For more information on the Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar or Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, please visit hyattregencystlouis.com, or call (314) 655-1234.

 

Juniper Reopens in New Location in Central West End

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - Juniper, the cozy southern staple previously located at 360 N. Boyle Ave., has reopened their relocation to the 4101 Laclede development. The new location serves as an authentic extension of the brand, allowing Juniper to extensively grow its kitchen, dining space and offerings.

 

Celebrating southern spirits and time-honored cooking, Juniper first opened its doors in October of 2013 in St. Louis’ Central West End.

 

“This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of my first underground restaurant. I never thought that dinner would lead to owning a restaurant, much less a second iteration of that restaurant. Between then and now I have failed, learned, succeeded, struggled, learned again and it has culminated for me in this new space.  This new version of Juniper is in many ways a love letter of sorts back to my city, and I can’t wait for you all to read it,” said owner John Perkins in a release.

 

At Juniper’s new home, guests can expect familiar aesthetics, but with a brighter interior considering the development’s floor-to-ceiling windows.

 

Upon entering, guests are greeted by an entryway of reclaimed barn wood, fixed to resemble the corn cribs of Perkins’ childhood in the Missouri Ozarks. Overhead hangs the first of many fixtures throughout the restaurant, rectangular in shape and entangled in a rustic tree branch. Exposed ceilings, wood-paneled walls, and pressed milk glass pendant lights make an appearance throughout the space, offering remembrance to the interior of N. Boyle Ave.

 

The 3,200 square foot space will seat upward of 100 guests total, with 56 seats in the dining room, 32 in the bar area and additional seating in the bar patio area. Furthermore, a private dining area will be available for events, seating parties as large as 22.

 

Executive chef Glenister Wells remains at the helm, with a reimagined menu spotlighting the new wood-fire grill and oyster bar. Oysters three-ways (grilled, baked, or raw), will be available year-round, each showcasing Wells’ talent via touches of house mignonette, spicy buttermilk foam, or baked cornbread crumbs. Menu standouts include the Chicken Fried Mushrooms (French horn Ozark Forest Mushrooms, grilled peach succotash, black garlic aioli), the Juniper Beef Burger (two grilled patties, American cheese, tomato, Alabama remoulade, house-baked benne seed bun), and the Shaved Catfish (thin-sliced fried fillets, tartar sauce, cocktail sauce, hushpuppies), with the option to make it spicy via Nashville hot oil.

 

The Louisiana BBQ Mussels shine light on the restaurant’s “M-O” – prepared in a southern idiom, the northern mollusks are steamed in beer with shallots and garlic before being tossed with Louisiana-style BBQ sauce and accompanied by grilled lemon and Union Loafers bread. Familiar staples also make an appearance on the menu, such as Juniper’s famous Fried Chicken (available by two-piece, half chicken, or whole chicken), Cornmeal Hoe Cakes (crispy andouille, sunny egg, barrel aged maple syrup, green tomato mostarda, chow chow), and the ever-changing Bread Basket (a selection of traditional southern breads, peach butter, miso maple butter). All are presented on new blue & white Delftware china.

 

Call 314-329-7696 for reservations or more information.

 

 

 

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