Rock & Brews to Open in Chesterfield, MO
CHESTERFIELD, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – It’ll be time to majorly rock and roll this fall when Rock Superstars, Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, open their new restaurant, Rock & Brews, in Chesterfield. Well known for its members’ face paint and stage outfits, Stanley and Simmons are the only remaining original members of the popular hard rock band KISS, the group that rose to prominence in the mid-to-late 1970’s with their extravagant live performances featuring fire breathing, smoking guitars, shooting rockets, and pyrotechnics.
The two founded the chain with restaurateur/hotelier, Michael Zislis, and concert promoters/brothers, Dave and Dell Furano. The concept is to be more of a lifestyle restaurant where folks can come to make it their home — their hang out. So, don’t expect a museum with dead musicians’ clothes on the wall. It’s all about living today and celebrating today in an atmosphere that is comfortable and pays homage to their “rock & roll spirit.” What you can expect in the 8,600-square-foot space is 35 televisions, playing concert footage or music videos synced to rock music playing on the restaurant’s speakers.
The restaurant will also feature at least 52 beers on draft, and fresh, high-quality foods like burgers, wings, pizzas, and pretzels. The Chesterfield Rock & Brews is not only the chain’s first location in the St. Louis area, but it’s also the first in Missouri. It will be the 18th Rock & Brews chain location. So get ready to salute rock & roll for the grand opening in October at 17258 Chesterfield Airport Road in the Chesterfield Commons shopping plaza.
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