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A Brunch Spot In The Central West End Where The Mimosas Are Really Good & The Chicken & Waffles Are Even Better.. This Is Gamlin Whiskey House

Welcome back and I hope you brought your appetite! I am back with another #BrunchWithBoogie food post and today is all about Gamlin Whiskey House.   The girls and I decided to go here for bruch and of course I had to share all of the yummyness that I encountered. Let’s get this party started shall we?

First things first, it’s not brunch without some bubbles so you already know that we all ordered some mimosas. ($5)

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The Chicken and Waffles here are AMAZING!! ($17) No joke, it’s probably one of the best Chicken & Waffles I’ve ever had. Very filling and that maple butter? Yes indeed!LRG_DSC00348-2

My friend Kellie also recommended that I try their Braised & Boned Short ribs which are made with with pepper jack grits, sautéed spinach, and topped with Old Grand-Dad Bonded bourbon-herb sauce. ($19) I’m so glad she suggested them because as soon as the waitress brought the food out and placed it infront of me? I instantly was like..

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I hope I didn’t make you too hungry but I tried to warn you! Lol I highly suggest trying out the Gamlin Whiskey House for brunch because you definitely won’t be disappointed. Their brunch hours are Saturday & Sunday from 9AM-3PM and I will be back again to try more brunch items on their menu. Do you have any other places that you recommend I try for brunch? Please leave them below!

Until next time loves…XO

Erica Leigh

 

Gamlin Whiskey House

236 N. Euclid Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108

(314) 875-9500

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