Mandarin Lounge
Mandarin Lounge

Mandarin Lounge Hits 10 Years

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) It’s been 10 years since the Central West End got a bit trendier when the Mandarin Lounge graced the neighbor making it the first rooftop lounge to hit the area.  It immediately became the premier nightclub for exotic cocktails, dancing, bottle service and the place to be seen in St. Louis.  And on November 19th, you’re invited to help celebrate the club’s 10th Anniversary with a blow-out celebration.

Masterminds, Buddy Coy and Pete Ferretti, also of the Nectar and Pepper Lounges, are responsible for bringing this swanky rooftop nightclub the Central West End.  The trendy lounge, located at 44 Maryland Plaza, exudes nothing but sophistication.
The chic Asian-inspired ambiance featuring stone samurais, sleek red walls, captivatingly lit ceilings, and the unique horseshoe shape makes for a truly unique concept.  The three distinct rooms, plus the magnificent outdoor patio overlooking the Maryland fountain, give just the right amount of breathing space to this well-established club.

On any given night, you’ll find DJs spinning Top 40 tunes, and partyers covering the dance area, while others relax on one of the plush leather couches in one of the intimate, soft-lit corners.  Between the two separate bars, and the bottle-table service, there’s no reason that you’ll ever get thirsty.  Whether you’re in the mood for a Ruby Dragon, Geisha Blossom or a Shanghai Cosmo…getting a drink is quick and easy.

So come out in honor of the Mandarin Lounge’s 10th Anniversary celebration.  There’ll be a Ketel One Cocktail Sampling from 10:00-11:00 pm.  Help celebrate 10 years in style!


Saturday, November 19th 9:30 pm- 1:00 am

Ketel One Cocktail Sampling 10:00 pm-11:00 pm

Mandarin Lounge

44 Maryland Plaza

St. Louis, MO 63108

Hours of Operation: Thursday thru Saturday from 8:00 to 1:30 am

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Caley Johnson holds a Bachelors degree from The University of Missouri - St. Louis in Elementary Education. Her areas of special study have been in English and Science. Caley has lived in St. Louis most of her life, with the exception of eight years during which she lived in Salida Colorado. Caley enjoys learning and working with students on a daily basis.