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Nightlife on The Loop

Attractions that surround the Moonrise Hotel include The Pageant, Blueberry Hill and moreThe Pageant

St. Louis is recognized for its live music thanks to intimate venues like The Pageant concert nightclub that ranks as one of the top music venues in the country. One of 14 music venues in the Delmar Loop – several of which feature live music seven days a week – The Pageant offers an extraordinary music experience that caters to all audiences.

And, don’t be surprised to see your favorite music star sipping libations on the Rooftop Terrace Bar atop the Moonrise Hotel.

Blueberry Hill

Blueberry Hill is a St. Louis legend. The landmark restaurant and music club is filled with pop culture memorabilia and features live music by touring and St. Louis bands, including Rock & Roll pioneer Chuck Berry.

And if you’re looking for the perfect place to hold a private party, Blueberry Hill’s party rooms have enough space for you and your guests.

  • The Duck Room – 300 guests
  • The Elvis Room – 200 guests
  • The Piano Room – 30 guests

Be sure to make your reservation well in advance to secure this sought-after banquet space!

Pin-Up Bowl

Just steps from the Moonrise Hotel, Pin-Up Bowl offers eight lanes of bowling in an Art Deco and fun vintage pin-up décor, as well as an extensive menu of classic, modern and signature cocktails. The full bar also offers a selection of beer, liquors and wine, while the kitchen serves up an eclectic mix that’s sure to satisfy.

Pin-Up Bowl partners with Eclipse Restaurant and the Moonrise Hotel for your culinary needs. The venue is great for team or corporate outings, rehearsal dinners, pre-marriage parties, and reunions.

Tivoli Theatre

Just three blocks from the Moonrise Hotel, the Tivoli Theatre offers the finest in independent film and foreign language cinema and is home to the St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF).

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Tivoli originally opened in 1924 with speeches by St. Louis Mayor Henry W. Kiel and University City Mayor Warren C. Flynn, along with music from the Jules Silberberg Orchestra and five vaudeville acts. A Streetcar Named Desire, The Wizard of Oz, and The Jazz Singer are just a few of the classic films that used to play on The Tivoli’s screens.