July 8th, 2009

The Over/Under is located at 911 Washington Avenue, St Louis MO 63101. Come see us when we officially open on Friday!

About us

July 8th, 2009

About us … And why we’re called the Over/Under.

Welcome to the Over/Under Bar & Grill, located in the heart of the vibrant Loft District on Washington Avenue in St. Louis.

The name Over/Under refers to a wager on the total amount of points, runs or goals scored by both teams in a game. The beauty of the Over/Under bet is that it gives meaning to the otherwise meaningless free-throws shot by pine-warmers when the game is out of reach, the late touchdown pass thrown in a blowout by the journeyman backup QB, or the empty net goal just before the horn sounds. Likewise, it’s more than just about wining and losing at the Over/Under-it’s about the spread, the juice, and having a great time with friends, coworkers, and clients.

The Over/Under Bar & Grill is the place to watch all the games and enjoy after-work cocktails surrounded by 37 large LCD TVs. Not to mention you can relax on our outdoor patio while watching a summer Cards game on our massive 120-inch projector screen, have dinner while keeping an eye on the college hoops actions, or follow your picks during a football weekend. All of this can be had at the Over/Under Bar & Grill-and we help bring out the inner gambler in all of us with our nightly and weekly contests on all of the sports of the seasons.

Centrally located to the big three sporting venues in the Lou, the Over/Under is the spot to be before, during and after all Cardinals, Rams and Blues games. It may even be better than being at the game! And beyond watching sports, our spacious outdoor patio is the best place in town to sit back and enjoy the nice weather with a drink while enjoying the nightlife along Wash Ave.

We’re sure that you-the residents, workers, visitors and fans of St. Louis-will enjoy the atmosphere of our unique bar and grill and we anticipate sharing many days and nights of great sports and good times. … And remember, as many a sports gambler has said: “You’re always in it with the over.”