December 20, 2018

New Years 2019

Celebrate! Room 38 loves to party with you, and we’re ringing in NYE 2019 right! If you’re spending New Year’s Eve in Columbia, MO, spend it with the staff you love in the place that knows how to do it best! Details and Tickets

December 20, 2018

Community Involvement

At room 38 we love giving back to our community! If you’re looking for sponsorship’s or donations for your organization or event, please send all info, to, and we’ll be sure to get back to you! We’ll do our best to accommodate as many requests as we can! People we help: Here’s a start?

December 20, 2017

How good are our Bloody Mary’s?

“This yummy tomato cocktail is said to have been created by a bartender named Fernand Petiot at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris in the 1920’s. The drink’s name came after a patron said it reminded him of the Bucket of Blood Club in Chicago and a girl there named Mary. Although they now seem to be made…

September 20, 2013

Dining (All) Out

“Mid-Missourians enjoy an abundance of options when it comes to eating and drinking. From fast food to four-star, there is something to satisfy nearly any taste. For those who desire a meal with a little something extra, several local establishments have added services that aim to elevate the traditional dining experience. Whether you are celebrating a special…

August 20, 2013

A Room With a View

“Most restaurants have a signature aroma, but Room 38 Restaurant & Lounge has a signature energy. It pulsates, hums and shakes amid radiant lighting, soft modern music and smiling servers. This vibrancy spills out of the restaurant’s steel doors at 38 N. Eighth St., welcoming regulars and newcomers as they pass.” Read the rest of the article…

June 15, 2013

Cool CoMo Cocktails

“Nothing mixes better with a hot summer day than a cool, refreshing cocktail. Inside Columbia asked some of Columbia’s most popular bartenders to concoct a deliciously sippable, summertime drink. Only one ingredient was mandatory — each drink had to include Ketel One vodka; beyond that, the only limit was their creativity.” Read the rest of the article…