4 Hands at The Foundry: Review

first impression | This new 10,000-square-foot tasting room features beers and cocktails from 4 Hands Brewing Co. and food offerings from Hi-Pointe Drive-In. The partnership is highlighted by a mural from Killer Napkins (a.k.a. Jason Spencer), featuring characters from murals the local artist created for both 4 Hands’ original location and Hi-Pointe’s downtown restaurant. The atmosphere is very relaxed, with classic arcade games and several televisions playing live sports. Guests can also take their food and drink outside to The District’s Hub—a large green space with tables, yard games and a giant projection screen.

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final thoughts
Both times we visited 4 Hands at The District, it was bustling, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s got a fun yet chill atmosphere, and the food and drinks are already established St. Louis faves—plus, there are some fun new offerings to explore. The District, and The Hub in particular, are still works in progress, but the entertainment complex certainly seems to be moving in the right direction with offerings like this.

17081 N. Outer Road, Ste. 17073 |

Pictured at top: Mozzy Osborne – Giant mozzarella sticks served with marinara sauce and paired with a 4 Hands City Wide APA
Photo: Bill Barrett

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