Sub Zero Vodka Bar Toasts To 10 Years

By Molly Rippinger
In Food

Great giveaways and plenty of vodka specials will all be a part of Sub Zero Vodka Bar’s 10th birthday bash. Starting on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 2pm, Sub Zero will have 10 hours of $6 specialty cocktails, complimentary ice bar shots and hourly raffle prizes ranging from a Pinnacle Vodka BBQ grill or a Grey Goose golf set to an American Harvest Vodka shot machine or a GoPro camera from New Amsterdam Vodka.

Image courtesy of Sub Zero Vodka Bar.

Image courtesy of Sub Zero Vodka Bar.

The celebration will continue on Monday, Sept. 29 with an evening, invitation-only party where guests will have the chance to try Stoli Elit Himalayan 2.0—one of the world’s rarest vodkas—in exchange for a $300 donation to the American Red Cross.

Back in 2004, brothers Derek and Lucas Gamlin along with their dad, Joe, opened the doors to Sub Zero Vodka Bar in the Central West End, which was St. Louis’ first ice bar. An expansion in 2007 allowed for Sub Zero’s continued growth and also marked the addition of gourmet burgers to their menu. Fast-forward to present day and the Gamlins have continued to set the bar for St. Louis restaurants while also drawing national acclaim for having the largest vodka selection in the country with more than 500 available varieties.

In a press release, proprietor Derek Gamlin shared his excitement for the two-day celebration, stating, “We are looking forward to the chance to thank St. Louis for helping us succeed, and make it to the ten year mark.”

Open Monday through Saturday from 11-1:30am and Sunday from 11-12am. 308 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End, 314.367.1200. 

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