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Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Presents


"Murder On 34th Street"

November 3, 2017 through January 7, 2018


Kris Kringle, aka Santa Claus, has been on trial before, but this time it's for MURDER! Kris has been accused of killing Reginald T. Sawyer, the famous psychologist of Macy's Department Store. This is the same Mr. Sawyer that Kris conked on the head with his cane many years ago.


Thomas Mara has been given the task of prosecuting Kringle again, but he has a formidable opponent in the defense attorney, Doris Walker Gaylee. Some time ago, Fred Gaylee, her husband, proved Kris Kringle to be the one and only Santa Claus; now it's Doris' turn to prove Kris' innocence. You be the JUDGE! Who is the real murderer? Could it be Miss Candy Cane, Cindy Lou Who, or maybe Ima Shopper. There will be suspicious men at the trial, also. Have you heard of Clement Seemore, or Dingle Kringle - and we can't forget about Frosty T. Snowman.


Join us for the Trial of the Century and help bring the murderer to justice. Ask for a "starring" role or just sit back and guess "who dunnit."


This interactive comedy, murder mystery is served with a 4-course meal to DIE for! Make your reservations now. It would be a CRIME to miss out on this much FUN! Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838.



Lucy Loves Ricky

The "I Love Lucy" TV Show premiered in October 1951.

Our Show is a tribute to that Fabulous Redhead


Lucy is trying to break into show business again by getting into Ricky's new show at the remodeled "Copy-With-Your-Banana Club".


She tries to prove to Ricky and the owner of the club, Regis Philitan, that she can sing, dance and even do tricks.


The 'Lucy Loves Ricky' and 'Lucy Goes Cruisin' are available for private shows either at the Bissell Mansion or we can bring the show to you at the location of your choice. Call the Bissell Mansion at 314-533-9830 or 1-800-690-9838 for more details or to schedule your private show.

Celebrate the Season with Wine and Cheese-Inspired Pairings

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), November 19, 2017 - The Say Cheese Wine Trail, on December 9 and 10 at seven Hermann-area wineries coincides with other holiday events in Missouri Wine Country, including Hermann’s popular Kristkindl Markt, an Old-World holiday market. The annual event is sponsored by the Hermann Vintners Association.


Wine Trail visitors will have an opportunity to sip and sample food and wine pairings on a route that meanders for 20 scenic miles along the Missouri River between Hermann and New Haven.


“There are some general guidelines for wine and cheese pairings—red wine with hard cheese, white wine with soft cheese—but no hard and fast rules,” said Patty Held, president of the Hermann Wine Trail. “Like everything having to do with wine, it’s all a matter of taste.”


The 2017 Say Cheese tasting menu will feature:

Adam Puchta — Bavarian Pretzels with Chardonel Cheese Sauce, paired with Chardonel

Bias — Twisted Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, paired with Mulled Wine

Dierberg Star Lane — Fontina and Herb Scone, paired with Chardonnay

Hermannhof — Frites Poutine, paired with Chambourcin

OakGlenn — Herbed Cream Cheese on Toasted Round, paired with White Port

Röbller — Charcuterie Plate with local Cool Cow Cheeses, paired with Gabrielle’s Blush

Stone Hill — Gorgonzola Cheesecake with Herbed Butter Crust and Caramelized Pear Glaze, topped with Pecans, paired with Norton


December’s Say Cheese Wine Trail is one of five annual events hosted by Hermann-area vintners. Next up is the Chocolate Wine Trail the third weekend of February, a popular Valentine’s getaway for many couples.


Bacon is the star ingredient at the Wild Bacon Wine Trail, the first weekend of May. Berries & BarBQ Wine Trail the last full weekend of July celebrates the flavors of summer. Holiday Fare Wine Trail the third weekend of November is a festive start to the holiday season.


The $30 per person ticket price (advance purchase required) includes a souvenir wine glass. Participants also may enter a drawing for a $30 gift certificate from each winery and a one-night stay at a Hermann B&B. The ticket price does not include transportation to wineries or additional wine tasting.


Wine Trail tickets may be purchased online at HermannWineTrail.com or from the Hermann Welcome Center, 800-932-8687. Advance purchase is required.


Stews & Brews Menu for the Fall and Holiday Seasons

ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), November 14, 2017 - The Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar, located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, has announced the special Stews & Brews menu for hotel guests and local residents.  The menu pairs a variety of house-made, hearty stew selections with pints of beer from local-area breweries.


“As it starts to cool down here in St. Louis, the Stews & Brews menu provides a delicious meal to help keep warm during the fall and holiday seasons,” said Joseph Bidwell, executive chef at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar.  “The Stews & Brews menu features a variety of delicious, hearty stews that are made by our culinary team complemented by a selection of some of the area’s best local beers.”


The Stews & Brews menu features three stews including a hearty beef stew, a Cajun shrimp gumbo, and the smoked chicken posole.  Each bowl of stew is $13 with beer pairings available at $5 each.  The menu includes local beer selections including Crown Valley Big Bison, Charleville 1/2 Wit Wheat, and the Six Mile Bridge Irish Red.  The menu is available throughout the end of the year.


Located at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch and near Busch Stadium, Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar celebrates St. Louis’ local professional sports.  The restaurant features more than 70 local beers, an in-house smoker with BBQ selections, numerous oversized high-definition televisions with state-of-the-art sound systems to watch all the games.


For more information on the Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar or Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, please visit www.stlouisarch.regency.hyatt.com, or call (314) 655-1234.



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