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10 spots in St. Louis for whiskey lovers

Jun 12

There are many great places to explore whiskey in St. Louis. Black Sheep Whiskey + Wine was opened by Zach and Mary Rice, the former Three Monkeys. It is located in Tower Grove South (3153 Morganford). They aim to offer 100 whiskeys as well as the same number wines as appetizers, flatbreads, or entrees. Black Sheep is the latest addition to St. Louis' culinary scene. These are just a few of the outstanding places to enjoy whiskey in the region.


Annie Gunn's

Pair your favorite steak with a whiskey at this West County institution. Enjoy a whiskey-infused dessert such as the Maker's Mark Bourbon Creme Brulée to end the evening. 16806 Chesterfield Airport Road.



This cozy Central West End bar is the perfect spot in St. Louis for cigar and whiskey lovers. It stocks a variety of single malts and bourbons as well as ryes. 316 N. Euclid.


Frazer's Restaurant & Lounge

This corner lounge in St. Louis’ Benton Park offers fun whiskey cocktails. These drinks come with an amazing array of garnishes that will have you looking over at the next table and saying "Ooooooh!" What's that?" 1811 Pestalozzi.


Hamilton's Steakhouse and Urban Bourbon Bar

Hamilton's is known for its steaks but the bourbon selection is equally noteworthy in St. Louis. Follow Hamilton's on social media to learn about whiskey-themed dinners. 2101 Chouteau.


Planter's House

This popular Lafayette Square bar sets the standard for St. Louis' bar scene with a whiskey selection that is second to none. The bar is a favorite spot for Scotch lovers. It offers nearly every type of Compass Box. 1000 Mississippi.


The Rack House

While perusing the various whiskey options in St. Louis, the knowledgeable staff can offer guidance. A Whiskey Club punch card is available at the restaurant, which allows customers to earn whiskey rewards for every drink. 5065 Highway N, Cottleville.


Salt + Smoke

You might not think of a local barbecue joint when you are looking for limited-release whiskeys. However, Tom Schmidt's well-known restaurants often offer these rare finds at affordable prices. Multiple locations.


The Scottish Arms

This Central West End haunt is a must-visit for both local and out-of town whiskey lovers. 8 S. Sarah.


Small batches

The Midtown St. Louis location offers more than 120 whiskeys and features a 1930s Art Deco lounge. You can't decide which one to order. Small Batch whiskey flights. 3001 Locust.


The Whiskey Ring

Cherokee Street's whiskey dive has a great selection of whiskeys, plus a wonderful cocktail menu. The drinks are strong, but also affordable like any good dive bar in St. Louis. 2651 Cherokee.