On Tap: Gamlin Brothers Planning New CWE Spot, Tropical Liqueurs Finds New Home

By Katlyn Moncada
In Food

Derek and Lucas Gamlin are bringing us a third restaurant to the Central West End neighborhood in the base of The Residences at the Forest Park Hotel building. With their already successful Gamlin Whiskey House and Sub Zero Vodka Bar, the brothers have been in the neighborhood for more than 10 years. The new spaces is on the opposite corner from the recently opened Whole Foods Market.

Photo courtesy of Sub Zero Vodka Bar

Photo courtesy of Sub Zero Vodka Bar

“We have a number of ideas in the works that will provide our guests with a unique experience. We will continue to support area businesses by offering fresh, local flavors for breakfast, lunch and dinner,” says Lucas Gamlin.  4910 W. Pine Blvd., Central West End

After several months of battling to keep its liquor license in Soulard, frozen cocktail bar Tropical Liqueurs is in the process of landing a new space in The Grove, as reported by Feast. The bar is looking to be up and running in its new location by August. 4104 Manchester Ave., The Grove

As we get hit with the Midwestern heat, you can relax with a cold brew and your pups every Thursday at the Anheuser-Bush Biergarten for Yappy Hour from 4-8pm through Sept. 15. You’ll not only be hanging out with your favorite fluffy companions, but you can listen to live music along with food and drink specials. 1200 Lynch St., Soulard

June 13: Wine or Beer? You get to be the judge at Robust Wine Bar’s Beer vs. Wine via Italy. For $70, enjoy a four-course Italian meal by Robust’s executive chef paired with Anima Craft Beer and wines from Manicardi Vini, Badia di Morrona, Pianirossi. 227 W. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves, 314.963.0033

June 14: Be Fashionably Late at the Missouri History Museum for an exhibition-inspired happy hour courtesy of Bixby’s from 5:30-7:30pm for three occasions this summer. For $30 per person ($25 members), you get to enjoy an array of hors d’oeuvres including lemon artichoke hummus, fried green tomato BLT, cocktail cupcakes and of course, the signature cocktail, The Morning to Night. 5700 Lindell Blvd., Forest Park, 314.361.7313

June 17: Spend your Friday evening strolling through historic Downtown Belleville for a Craft Beer Walk featuring local brews from 4 Hands Brewing Co., 4204-Main Street Brewing Company, Kirkwood Station Brewing, Cathedral Square Brewery and more. The cost is $25 per person and includes a sample mug to get 3oz. tastes from all the participating breweries.

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