Thanks to the Riverfront Times for naming Gamlin Whiskey House among the seven best steakhouses in St. Louis.
From the article: The menu at Gamlin Whiskey House is meat-driven and focused particularly on locally sourced, hand-cut steaks. Gamlin Whiskey House is part of the Hereford Beef Program, a USDA Certified Beef program for a specialized breed originating in England and now bred in the Midwest. Grass-fed beef is sourced from Moon Dance Farm in Owensville, Missouri. Classic cuts of ribeye, filet and New York Strip are all served straight-up, with house seasonings. There are also several steak dishes with flavors optimized for whiskey tastings, such as the Cajun “char crust,” the flank steak with chimichurri sauce, a patio steak with a bourbon-brown sugar sauce and a tete de filet with boursin butter.