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Now serving as quarters for government offices, this building is known worldwide to architecture students as the forerunner of skyscraper construction. Drive by to see this 11-storey building, which was designed by famed architect Louis H. Sullivan using steel supports. Taking its name from Elias Wainwright, the affluent St. Louis businessman who commissioned the design, this structure ranked as the world's most modern building upon its completion in 1892. A floral terra cotta exterior enhances the building with designs that vary from floor to floor, giving it an old-fashioned charm.
Housed in the historic Old Post Office Plaza, La Perla in downtown St. Louis is the perfect spot for those looking for an intimate space for their event. Each of the three event spaces – the Great Room, the Balcony, and the Bank Vault – reflect its vintage character and unique charm. Great for wedding ceremonies, receptions, luncheon, private parties, and corporate gatherings, La Perla has much to offer.
Located in the heart of St. Louis, The DEN is perhaps the city's most popular social clubs, hosting a wide range of annual events, trivia nights, debates, tournaments and limited period screenings. The club also provides facilities to hold corporate gatherings such as charity functions, product launches, and formal dinners. Dinners are held at the medieval-themed hall.
Nestled in the heart of downtown, the Morton D. May Amphitheater is a part of the Kiener Plaza and spans across 1.90 acres (0.77 hectares). Set near the park's beautiful cascading fountain, it offers a great view of the Gateway Arch and the Old Court House. The May Amphitheater, as it is more locally known can accommodate up to 500 people and has a performance stage for concerts and festivals. It is also used for sport rallies and other major events.
Baseball is more than just sport to the locals; it is a near-sacred institution. Fans have plenty of reason to be proud of their Cards, who have won multiple World Series titles and National League championships. Locals and visitors alike flock to Busch Stadium to watch their favorite players in action. Witnessing an exciting game amid the sea of red-wearing Cardinal fanatics in this gorgeous stadium is a memorable experience.
If you are looking for the perfect destination for a dinner and movie date, come to MX Movies where you can get both under the same roof. Sit in their cushy movie hall and catch the latest feature film and grab a bite to eat and a zippy drink at the theater's kitchen. The movie theater can be rented for corporate functions, indie film screenings of acclaimed films or the filmmaker's own films, big screen gaming tournaments or private movie screenings for birthday parties.