Traveling to St. Louis on business means a trip to The Waiting Room in St. Ann.

Business travel to St. Louis doesn’t have to suck

Traveling for business doesn't have to suck

Lambert International Airport in St. Louis is a hub for business travel. Trust us - we know what it's like to be faced with a layover in a city you don't know and just want to unwind and not feel like you're an interloper in a sea of locals. We like to think that we're that kinda bar - we're close enough to Lambert that if you have a couple hours to kill, you can catch a quick cab ride to TWR and try some of the local beers (or craft, or macro, or cocktails!) we keep on draft & in bottles or cans while trying a thin-crust pizza (a St. Louis staple!) from Dan O's.

 

Pinball, Pool, & Darts

Maybe play a game or six of pinball (Tuesdays are Pinball League nights!) on our monthly-rotated machines, or maybe some darts or a game of pool - which happens to be free on Mondays.

If craft beer is your thing and you happen to be in town on a Thursday, check out our Beer League. We try a different beer every week starting around 7PM, and there's no beer snobbery in the crew that comes in every week. Just good folks that like trying different beers and hangin' out.

 

Uber & Taxi Service

The Middle Coast is a bit behind the times when it comes to car service, but we're getting there. Uber Black from Lambert will run you about $18-$20 - or if you're at any of the hotels near the Airport you're looking at about a $10 trip, give or take.

If a traditional taxi is more your speed, the fare ranges anywhere from around $13-$20, and there are quite a few cab stands at the airport, with drivers waiting to give you a lift.

Have any questions? Don't hesitate to give us a ring!

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