The Lemp Mansion

B & B, American
3322 Demenil Pl
St Louis, MO 63118
(314) 664-8024



  • For maximum creepiness check out the third floor late night without lights on!
  • really fun dinner theater or you can stay the night and watch out for the ghosts
  • Upon entering the Lemp Mansion, one enters the history of St. Louis brewing. The mansion, which housed the ill-fated Lemp family, maintains 19th-century dcor and photographs for guests to peruse.
  • Matthew is awesome! Ask for him and tip him well!!
  • Sunday family-style dinner is SO good. Spirits are hospitable as well. :-)
  • Love this mansion located in a neat part of the city! I love to come here and just wander the halls & grounds since they are supposedly haunted. They have a restaurant and bar too
  • Some of the best fried chicken Ive had.
  • Great prime rib
  • Mystery dinner theater can be a fun experience if the group youre with follows the scene/ clue cards. We enjoyed it but others left early
  • Home Style Dinner On Sunday. Not low calorie or low sodium but comfort food where you can gather around the table.
  • Better than awesomeness. This was just was just a stop by. Not sure when but we are gonna have to do this for sure. The history of the Lemp Family is amazing.
  • If you have the opportunity to go to one of their trivia nights it is a lot of fun and well worth the time.
  • The cod fish sandwich was delicious.
  • The food was awesome...history at it's finest.
  • All you can eat traditional thanksgiving dinner was fantastic! Excellent service too.
  • Sunday dinner is sooo good.
  • Lunch was fantastic! The baked potato soup was yummy!
  • Prosperity sandwich!!
  • One of the most haunted destinations in the U.S., and a chilling history, Lemp mansion attracts thrill seekers. Every house on this street has paranormal happenings & the old brewery still remains.
  • Ate dinner here for the first time and it was FABULOUS! Great food and great service!!!

Nearby places

1817 Cherokee St (Lemp)
1127 Pestalozzi St (at Lynch St)
1820 Arsenal St (at Lemp Ave)