Hi Pointe Theatre
1005 Mccausland Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63117
Phone: (314) 644-1100
Phone: (314) 833-5306
Primary Phone: (314) 833-5306
Primary Phone: (314) 644-1100
Good for Kids: Yes
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08/31/2007Provided by Citysearch -
THIS BAR WAS ONE OF THE BEST BARS IN THE UNITED STATES.ALL FORMS OF LIFE COULD FOUND WITHIN IT SPACE,VAST ARRAY OF BEER,ON TAP AND GOOD MUSIC,GREAT LOCALS,ANNIE THE MANAGER,AND SCOOTER WERE THE TWO SPIRITS THAT TRANSFORMED THIS CAB DRIVER BAR INTO THE RETRO COSMIC DEN OF FRIVOLITY & ORGANIZED CHAOS,WOW THOSES WERE GOOD TIMES...ANNIE,SCOOTER...WHERE ARE YOU?
04/08/2004Provided by Citysearch -
This place is the cat's pajamas. First off, the staff: Lisa, Brain, Jason, Bonnie, Phil, Dave, Becky, Rob, James & Sandy are great.
Secondly, where else can you see punk, rockabilly, 80's music, DJs, straight up rock, funk, and even a live comedy show every week? Nowhere else that I can think of. Its a dive, yes.... but its the best dive in town.
08/22/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I ended up here from a recommendation of a friend. This is the place to hear music you may never have heard before or again. For a music scene they have a pretty good beer selection. It's kind of hot, but the beer is cold and the bartenders are quick to refill.
Be careful the close the top bar promptly at 2:00am and eveyone scurrys downstairs to avoid the house lights.
08/14/2002Provided by Citysearch -
untill some other club can claim to have givin the folks a chance to see John Entwistle and drink 4 dollar pitchers of beer , see The Supersuckers and NewBomb Turks on dollar jager night and drink 4 dollar pitchers of beer. besides the pagent has a terrible sound system.
08/06/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The Hi-Pointe is one of the best clubs in St. Louis to go see live music. Pretty much every style of music is featured, from rap/hip hop to hardcore punk to garage and rockabilly. Something for everyone. Downstairs has a cool neighborhood bar feel to it with a couple of pool tables and booths to hang out and drink. It's a place where lowlife cretins, rockers, college-types and even some yuppies seem to mingle nicely. Upstairs is a full-frontal underground rock'n'roll club that even has all-ages shows occasionally (a rare thing in this day and age!). Lots of wild paintings, graffiti and old posters, flyers and stickers covering almost evey square inch of the walls. Nice big bar, too (and even a few comfy couches to lounge on while waiting for the band to tune up).