Planter’s House Bar St Louis

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Planter’s House Bar St Louis, Guide & Review

Virtually every mixology program in the city can trace its way back to the tutelage of Planter’s House co-owner Ted Kilgore. After starting the cocktail revolution in St. Louis, Kilgore and his staff are consistently the best in town. Stop by the bar and see the next wave of our city’s top mixologists. 

Planter’s House is an award-winning cocktail bar and restaurant that celebrates St. Louis. Its name refers to the Planter’s Hotel, which in the years 1817-1922 was a landmark of St. Louis. They offer handcrafted food and seasonal cocktails in a comfortable and beautiful setting. With a full course menu and an extensive selection of cocktails and drinks, they’re sure you’ll find something to please your senses.

All you gotta do is ask your designated driver to drop you off at the Bullock Room, and they will already know what you’re talking about. Walk up to a side staircase, and behind a heavy velvet curtain is the intimate second bar, located inside the large and famous Planter’s House restaurant and bar, owned by a bartender from St. Louis, Ted Kilgore. The small room, lined with velvet brocade wallpaper and a U-shaped bar, was named after a regular. The Bullock Room celebrates the utmost finesse that makes a genuinely excellent bartender with a long cocktail menu of classics and new creations. For something uniquely spicy, try the “Skater Tot”: mezcal, Kina d’Or, peppadew-chive syrup, and lime served with a salty Manchego cheese garnish. Craving something more fragrant? “Jump the Apex” combines beetroot-infused gin, beet green chile vodka, green chartreuse, rhubarb liqueur, lemon, and strawberries. Or, best of all, fully embrace the spirit of the Bullock Room by letting the bartender create a custom mix just for you.

Finally, master mixologist Ted Kilgore gets his own House with Planter’s House. This Lafayette Square temple of mixology is a showroom for cocktail art inspired by Kilgore and company (wife Jamie and business partner Ted Charak). Drinks are the gamut from the approachable “Planter’s House Punch ” to the esoteric “Unusual Suspect” infused with wormwood. The Common Lounge is primarily a cocktail lounge but offers an inspiring menu. The poutine is spectacular – a thick, porky, red wine sauce covers a plate of fried and mashed potatoes. Or try the duck burger, a mammoth blend of ground duck, pork, and bacon served open-faced on a bun with gouda and an egg. It’s quite possibly the absolute perfect way to soak up all that booze.

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