Since the city’s start in 1764, St. Louis’ rich history and traditions have been infused with New Orleans culture and style. The tradition continues at 1764 Public House. 1764 Public House honors the history and resurgence of St. Louis and its Central West End neighborhood. Our breakfast, lunch and dinner menus feature modern twists on St. Louis and New Orleans favorites such as St. Louis-style pizza, seafood gumbo and gooey butter cake. At the bar, you will find unique cocktails, craft beers and an extensive wine selection.
As with every Gamlin Restaurant Group establishment, each dish at 1764 Public House is made from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Upscale Italian unlike anything else you’ve had in St. Louis. Join us in the heart of the Central West End for a dining experience you’re sure to remember!
When The Cup opened as St. Louis, Missouri’s first gourmet cupcake bakery in 2007, St. Louisans let out a collective, sugary squeal of delight. Local dessert lovers already knew about The Cup’s sister store, The Cakery, which has been creating custom designed confections since 2005. From the initial launch of The Cup in the Central West End, this beloved cupcakery has been providing award-winning cupcakes (along with cookies and exceptional Kaldi’s Coffee) to the area’s most discriminating dessert fans. Now with two stores (St. Louis, MO and Edwardsville, IL), their classic cupcake flavor combinations and famous made-from-scratch buttercream are captivating more cupcake enthusiasts than ever.
Featuring live music almost 7 days a week. Located at the corner of Euclid and Washington. New Orleans Cuisine - Premiere Original Live Touring and Local Music - House Infused Rum Selection - French Quarter Inspired Outdoor Patio and Dining - Hand-made Cocktails - Sunday Swing Jazz Brunch - Happy Hour Specials 4pm-7pm & 10pm-1am Monday thru Friday - Vegetarian and Gluten Free Menu - Complimentary Valet Parking - Open Daily for Lunch & Dinner - Kitchen Open til Midnight
Gamlin Whiskey House, a comfortable whiskey and steak destination in the Central West End, featuring the signature flair of Derek Gamlin and Lucas Gamlin.
New Southern food and cocktails rooted in the traditional dishes and spirits of the region.
Kingside Diner is a new take on an American classic: delicious food, made to order and served quickly by a friendly staff that gets to know you and how you take your coffee.
Inside the Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta Hotel, the Preston is named appropriately after the building’s original creator, Preston J. Bradshaw. It was said Bradshaw was a stickler for the details, which is a personality trait, held in common with our staff and chefs. We strive to serve locally sourced, inventive plates in a beautiful comfortable space that will entice you to stay a while.
Located in St. Louis's Central West End, Retreat is a cocktail bar and craft beer focused Gastropub opened in October 2015.
Retreat Gastropub is located inside the 6 North building
on the corner of Sarah and Laclede. Retreat is in the heart
of a major development corridor centered around Ikea and the 'Cortex' district of bioscience and technology research and start-ups. We aim to provide guests with a memorable experience by offering a comfortable atmosphere while combining a flavorful food menu with our focus on craft cocktails and craft beer.
Since its inception, Sub Zero Vodka Bar has developed the most extensive drink list in the St. Louis area. In fact, only Sub Zero Vodka Bar can truthfully claim the largest selection of Vodka in the country.
The West End Grill and Pub is a neighborhood establishment where culture shares the stage with cuisine and camaraderie.
Check out shows at the Gaslight Theatre next door.
Travis Howard and Tim Wiggins of Retreat Gastropub have teamed up with Top Chef’s Richard Blais to create a bright, modern bar and restaurant with the feel of a relaxing, seaside getaway. With a cocktail list that reads like a love letter to rum, and a menu equally catered to fearless foodies and less daring diners – Yellowbelly offers a tropical, (and highly instagram-able) spot to hideout from the hustle and bustle.