Gamlin Whiskey House is pleased to announce its inclusion on Zagat’s recently released 50 States, 50 Steaks list, which highlights top-notch cuts of steak from across the country.
“Gamlin Whiskey House’s menu is meat-driven and focused particularly on locally sourced, hand-cut steaks,” says owner Derek Gamlin. “We look for tender cuts of meat that are succulent enough to stand on their own with full, beefy flavors that we can enhance with our own spices, sauces and seasonings. Obviously it’s important that these flavors, and the meats themselves, pair well with whiskey, so that’s something we’re always very mindful of.”
Writes Zagat: “Who says red wine is the perfect partner for steak? In St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood, whiskey is the preferred companion with the Midwest-raised Hereford hand-cut steaks. Diners can order à la carte cuts or one of a handful of pre-designed steak entrees like the eight ounce tête de filet with mashed potatoes and Boursin cheese–enriched butter, accompanied with crunch and freshness from asparagus and crispy onions. It’s a somewhat unknown cut from the tenderloin that bursts with the flavor and tenderness associated with the closely related filet mignon.”
Gamlin Whiskey House is part of the Hereford Beef Program, a USDA Certified Beef program that delivers research-proven tenderness and flavor to customers seeking a higher quality eating experience.