- Complimentary* off-street parking available in the 24-hour Buckingham Garage, located at 9 N. Euclid Ave. *Up to two hours.
- Metered street parking is available throughout the Central West End.
Monday through Wednesday: 7 a.m. to midnight
Thursday & Friday: 7 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m. to midnight
1764 Public House Team
Derek Gamlin & Lucas Gamlin, Proprietors
Sean Tobin, General Manager
Jeremy Beatty, Corporate General Manager
About 1764 Public House
Opened October 2017
Since the city’s start in 1764, St. Louis’ rich history and traditions have been infused with New Orleans culture and style. The tradition continues at 1764 Public House. Come by to enjoy some St. Louis and Louisiana favorites, make a few new friends and sip a Sazerac at our expansive bar while watching a St. Louis Blues or Cardinals victory.
1764 Public House honors the history and resurgence of St. Louis and its Central West End neighborhood. Our breakfast menu, lunch menu and dinner menus feature modern twists on St. Louis and New Orleans favorites such as St. Louis-style pizza, seafood gumbo and gooey butter cake. At the bar, you will find unique cocktails, craft beers and an extensive wine selection.
As with every Gamlin Restaurant Group establishment, each dish at 1764 Public House is made from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
The upscale, casual establishment features a vibrant nightlife scene similar to GRG’s two other restaurants, Sub Zero Vodka Bar and Gamlin Whiskey House. The 1764 Public House kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining seven days a week.
About Gamlin Restaurant Group
The Gamlin Restaurant Group (GRG) owns and operates three award-winning establishments in St. Louis’ Central West End neighborhood. Founded by brothers Derek and Lucas Gamlin, their original bar and restaurant concepts bring cutting-edge ideas to the St. Louis dining scene. GRG started with the largest vodka selection in the country, served alongside fresh sushi and gourmet burgers at Sub Zero Vodka Bar. Ten years later, they opened Gamlin Whiskey House, a Southern twist on a traditional steakhouse, with more than 250 whiskeys and fine wines. Both restaurants have received national accolades, including being named Best Vodka Bar and one of the Best Whiskey Bars in the country by USA Today. The restaurant group’s newest establishment, 1764 Public House, is a casual, upscale spot offering traditional St. Louis fare with a touch of Cajun flair, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.