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There’s more than great breweries to explore in Minneapolis.

BUTCHER AND THE BOAR, 1121 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-238-8888; Belly up to the bar or score a bench seat on the large wooden deck at this downtown Minneapolis hot spot. The team recently brought in a well-known Stillwater chef Shawn Smalley, formerly of Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque, to head up the kitchen and offer his take on salads, noodle and pasta dishes, tacos, sandwiches and burgers. (Ginger Pinson / Pioneer Press), Spring cafe at Como offers the the Como Lakeside Pavilion for outdoor patio diining as seen on Thursday, May 10, 2018. A second-floor private event space seating up to 120 people is also available. *B-52 BURGERS AND BREW, 5639 Bishop Ave., Inver Grove Heights; 651-451-3838; This newly built patio, which opened last summer, has several seating nooks, such as a long marble-top bar and a lounge area. CHS Field, the Mississippi River bluffs, the state Capitol and downtown make for great views. BURGER MOE’S, 242 W. Seventh St., St. Paul, 651-222-3100; Thanks to the canopies and flower beds, this playful, casual spot is bursting with colorful decor. Mayor Frey signed Emergency Order 2020-17 which closed Indoor Bar Area service effective 5pm 8/1/2020. Best way to get to an awesome brewery patio: on a bike. N.E., Minneapolis; Bauhaus also has a bean-bag game, but it’s located off to the side to make room for ample seating at bright orange picnic tables.

As craft breweries sweep the nation, let's not forget about the equally awesome craft cider making its way on to the scene too!

MN DOT # 101574 and US DOT# 1140502MN, planning to relocate to this exciting city. Our goal with article comments is to provide a space for civil, informative and constructive conversations. By continuing to use the site, you accept our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. See below for Minneapolis-specific guidance: Guidelines for restaurants and bars Soomaali | Hmoob | Español; Temporary outdoor dining application; MN Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) guidance and FAQ; August 1st Bar Area Closure. Look for artsy murals and poppy colors on everything from the building to the furniture, and you’ll know you’ve arrived at this brewery just steps away from the Northeast Minneapolis arts district. *GRAY DUCK TAVERN, 345 Wabasha St., St. Paul; 651-340-9022; Newly minted sidewalk patio with eight two- and four-tops, red umbrellas and flowerbeds is a convenient gathering place, thanks to the restaurant’s location in the heart of downtown.
The brick patio includes a steel-covered pavilion area that provides shade and additional picnic-bench seating. This pretty patio is surrounded by planters that make you forget you’re in an industrial area. The 60-seat retreat offers plenty of choices for sun or shade. Fireplaces and television screens add to the vibe. (Courtesy Progressive Architecture), The Skirt Burger from B-52 Burgers and Brew in Inver Grove Heights. BIRCH’S ON THE LAKE, 1310 W. Wayzata Blvd., Long Lake, 952-473-7373; This brew house and supper club, with an expansive wood deck on a hill, has pristine views overlooking Long Lake. (Ginger Pinson / Pioneer Press), Carolynne Sandbakken orders from Gillian Koch at Spring Cafe at Como Lakeside Pavilion before heading outside to eat on Sunday, May 13, 2018. Bar stools face Lake Nokomis, and a picnic-bench area easily accommodates large groups. (Courtesy Walker Art Center), Bistro style dining at Meritage in St. Paul. We’ve checked out the new spots — here’s where to eat in St. Paul right now *GIANNI’S STEAKHOUSE, 635 Lake St. E., Wayzata; 952-404-1100; Take in views of Lake Minnetonka while dining in style at one of Gianni’s white-linen-covered tables with hand-woven bistro chairs. Here, in alphabetical order, are six Twin Cities breweries that have embraced Minnesotans’ love of the patio. As you comment, please be respectful of other commenters and other viewpoints. We reserve the right to remove any comment we deem to be defamatory, rude, insulting to others, hateful, off-topic or reckless to the community. *THE HOWE, 3675 Minnehaha Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-729-3663; Two patios — a sidewalk and back deck — offer plenty of choices for enjoying nice weather days. Probably because it’s a great place to soak in some sun. (Nancy Ngo/ Pioneer Press), Patio at Whole Foods in Woodbury. For something more low-key, the second-floor wrap-around patio is part of the more casual Cossetta restaurant. (Jess Fleming / Pioneer Press), The second-deck patio at Portside in downtown Stillwater overlooks the St. Croix River. Top Minneapolis Breweries: See reviews and photos of breweries in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Tripadvisor. *MERITAGE, 410 St. Peter St., St. Paul; 651-222-5670; Sidewalk terrace with brasserie charm aims to whisk you away. And then there’s the gorgeous view of the Cathedral of St. Paul. And one of our favorite patio activities is drinking beer. OK. Nancy Ngo is a Minnesota native who grew up reading the Pioneer Press, so it’s fitting that she would one day work for them. DARK HORSE BAR & EATERY, 250 E. Seventh St., St. Paul, 651-313-7960; A long, narrow lot has been transformed into a charming 110-seat patio, offering a retreat from busy East Seventh Street. *EL BURRITO MERCADO, 175 Concord St., St. Paul; 651-227-2192; El Burrito Mercado debuted a 36-seat festive patio last summer. Photographed June 7, 2017. Photographed May 10, 2018. PIER 500, 500 First St., Hudson, Wis., 715-386-5504; Contemporary dining spot, with great views of the pier and St. Croix River, offers one of the best decks in downtown Hudson. Copyright © 2020 - All Rights Reserved. (Ginger Pinson / Pioneer Press), Dottie Wezler, left, and Nancy James enjoy a glass of lemonade at the outdoor patio at Spring Cafe at Como Lakeside Pavilion in St. Paul with James' dog Phoenix after walking two laps around the lake on Thursday, May 10, 2018.
Nancy Ngo/ Pioneer Press), Cozzie’s Tavern and Grill in Stillwater. 4 BELLS, 1610 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, 612-904-1163; An open-air patio with tables lining the side maximizes views of Loring Park.

A bar and kitchen guarantee that Polynesian-themed drinks and bites come out at just the right pace. (Ginger Pinson / Pioneer Press), A tamale is served at the outdoor patio, La Placita Patio, at El Burrito Mercado in St. Paul on Sunday, May 13, 2018. And then there are the pretty plates emphasizing local ingredients. FREIGHT HOUSE, 305 Water St. S., Stillwater, 651-439-5718; Thanks to a recent revamp, one of downtown Stillwater’s most popular and sizable patios is now a place to grab a decent burger and local tap beer.

The menu is Americana picnic themed with grab-and-go salads and sandwiches for taking to the pavilion, on the lawn or at a lakeside spot. *BAD WEATHER BREWING, 414 W. Seventh St., St. Paul; 651-207-6627; When the garage doors open up on nice days, revelers hit the pavement outside and station themselves at one of the bench seats while enjoying sips of Bad Weather’s house brews. Take in vistas of the St. Croix River and historic Lift Bridge. UNION RESTAURANT & BAR, 731 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-455-6690; Thanks to a retractable roof, it’s patio season all year-round at this trendy downtown dining spot. CURRENT, the Afton House Inn Hotel, 3291 St. Croix Trail S., Afton, 651-436-8883; Restaurant with a patio a few hundred yards from the St. Croix River offers views of the pristine water and marina. Food trucks also park just off the patio, so it’s a great spot to grab a bite and a beer and watch the action. MUDDY WATERS BAR & GRILL, 231 Broad St., Prescott, Wis., 715-262-5999; This outdoor hot spot has become a destination for its expansive, multitiered patio. See our full terms of use

With a full menu of pub favorites like burgers, tacos and sandwiches, the communal picnic tables fill up fast in nice weather. Beer, wine and kegged cocktails are among the drink offerings. The happy hour on the patio (4 to 6 p.m. daily) includes a supper of top sirloin or bavette steak and salad served with a glass of wine for $27. Choose seating on the main patio, gazebo with wrap-around bar or beer garden. Do more cops lead to less crime? She is a three-time Society of Professional Journalists Page One Award winner. Some St. Paul council members say no. By continuing to use the site, you accept our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. Red umbrellas, cabanas, lights, fountain, fireplace and pergola with granite banquet table add to the wow factor. 56 Brewing: Minneapolis, MN 56 Brewing brings beer lovers together while highlighting the Northeast Minneapolis community and culture.

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