Dressel’s Public House – Est. 1980 – A delicious, unique, sustainable and hospitable pub restaurant.
Updated: April 4, 2014
Roysters - Tasso ham, horseradish creamed greens, cornbread crumbs
Poached Prawns - curried heirloom tomato cocktail sauce
Artisinal Bread Board - seasonal house made bread, cracked pepper, sea salt & roasted garlic oil, house marinara
Crispy Pork Terrine - apple fennel slaw, arugula
‘Chicken & Waffles’ - crispy confit chicken ‘nuggets’, waffle cut potato chips, maple bourbon mustard
Grilled Loch Duart Salmon - fennel potato pancake, horseradish mustard
Missouri Lamb Curry - cauliflower, potatoes, cilantro, basmati rice, grilled naan
Stockpot Special - Manhattan clam chowder
Local Pork - .Tasso rubbed pork loin, buttered grits, chow chow, sunny side up egg
Updated: April 17, 2014
Watch us on Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives!!
Friday, April 18, 8pm & 11pm
Saturday, April 26, 6pm
ALSO, JOIN US FOR EASTER BRUNCH APRIL 20TH 10AM-3:45PM
We will close that evening in observance of the holiday but will be open for business as usual on Monday at 11am.
Updated: April 3, 2014
CURRENTLY ON CASK
2nd Shift - 2nd Shift Rat Salad Imperial IPA
Grand Teton Sweetgrass APA
Big Sky Moose Drool Brown
Cathedral Square Hail Mary Belgian IPA
Local Option Morning Wood Amber Ale
Stillwater Cellar Door Farmhouse Ale
Come in to taste a new addition to our cocktail list:
D.B. Cooper cocktail - Damson Plumb Gin, maraschino liqueur, lemon, housemade sage & lemon bitters, prosecco
Barrel aged cocktail - North Shore Mighty Gin Negroni
Stay tuned for our upcoming spring cocktail list!!!
Dressel’s Public House is joining forces with The Libertine to bring you a one of a kind beer dinner!
The talents of 4 chefs come together to bring you delicious food paired perfectly with barrel aged beers from 4 Hands Brewing Company. Come join us for the first annual collaboration series beer dinner… reservations are limited!
Sauce Magazine’s ’31 Days of Salads’ pays Dressel’s a visit!
Dressel’s is a pub and therefore not the first place you might think of for a great salad. However, the salads chef Mike Miller and his team are churning out are so special, we picked two.
The first is the Romaine Wedge salad with whole romaine hearts, chunky cornbread croutons, equally big cubes of bacon, pickled red onions, an eight-minute egg and a Parmesan-peppercorn dressing.
The second pick is the Sweet Gem salad. A briny mix of green olives top sweet gem lettuce and radicchio dressed in a green goddess dressing and finished with shaved Marcoot Creamery tomme cheese and buttery, crunchy breadcrumbs.
- See more at: http://www.saucemagazine.com/blog/?p=34436#sthash.tI5kkFN6.dpuf
Dressel’s Pub has been serving the Central West End and Saint Louis since 1980. Opened by Jon and Barbara Dressel to provide a comfortable and delicious pub environment catering mainly to the local arts and literary scene, it is now owned by son Benjamin who’s interest in farm to table has taken the pub in a new, locally sustainable direction. Chef Mike Miller and chef de cuisine Derek Roe keep the menu fresh, seasonal and as farm to table as possible. One of Saint Louis’s most landmark pubs is now one of the city’s best casual dining venues.
Private Parties and Events
Find out more about our event spaces and catering options. Have your next wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, birthday party, political meeting, poetry reading, corporate event, or a big empty room for just you and your loved one.
Use the contact form below to get more information or call us today.
Dressel’s Public House
419 N Euclid Ave.
St Louis, MO 63108
10am – 12am
Monday – Thurday
11am – 12am
Friday and Saturday
Brunch 10am – 3:45pm
Dinner 5pm – 10:30pm
Monday through Thursday:
Lunch 11am – 3:45pm Dinner 5:00pm – 10:30pm
Friday and Saturday:
Lunch 11 am -3:45pm Dinner 5Pm -Midnight (Limited menu11-12pm)
Call us for large party reservations, to plan a party or event, or for anything else!
Dressel's Public House
419 N Euclid Ave.
St Louis, MO 63108
Phone : 314-361-1060
Fax : 314-361-1060