Sugarfire Smokehouse honors Anthony Bourdain with 2 new items

50% of sales from items to benefit NAMI St. Louis.

Alex Degman
June 23, 2019 - 3:57 pm

Sugarfire Smokehouse/press release


ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — St. Louis's Sugarfire Smokehouse is paying tribute to the late Anthony Bourdain on his birthday this week — the restaurant wants to bring awareness to mental illness.

Sugarfire has some new creations they'll sell on Tuesday, June 25, to benefit the St. Louis-based National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI).

All Illinois and Missouri locations will sell a Muddy White Russian featuring Zamir Peacemaker Vodka. Producer Zamir Gotta and Bourdain were close and often traveled together.

All locations nationwide will feature the Chicken Corn-fidential sandwich — which comes with buttermilk fried chicken, bacon cream corn, pickled jalapeno, american cheese and romaine lettuce.

These items are only available on Tuesday, 50% of sales from them will go to NAMI.

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