The perfect place to celebrate! Enter into an atmosphere of casual elegance where we will create a unique experience for your special day. Our on-site coordinator will help you to make your event one to remember.
Molly’s features six full bars, including three indoors and three outdoors that are perfect for holding a private event or just relaxing with some friends. Six large cabanas highlight the bar patio where you’ll find yourself chatting for hours.
Our private and semi-private dining rooms are traditionally decorated with mohagony wood and leaded glass. Our rooms can accommodate groups up to 75. We offer lunch and dinner menu packages to accommodate your budget. The perfect location for your rehearsal dinner, wedding reception or bridal luncheons!!
The Oldest Restaurant On The
Historic Hill. Rigazzi' s has been
in business since 1957. Complete Catering service. We Have Two Private Rooms From 20 People To 100 People With Buffets, Sit Down Menus And Family Style Dinners.
Let us help you plan the wedding you have always dreamed about. Our downtown hotel features impressive views of the Gateway Arch plus venues that range from intimate to grand. From engagement parties to bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies and receptions, we cater to your every need.
Browse our list of St Louis, Missouri rehearsal dinner restaurants and venues ready to help you celebrate with style and ring in the festivities. You're sure to find the perfect place for the prelude to your wedding!
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