The year 1927 saw Babe Ruth’s Yankees dominate pro baseball and the precursor to Big Louie's Bar and Grill—Main Street Tavern—open in Minneapolis. In addition to depicting athletes from that bygone era, the Big Louie’s menu catalogs an array of traditional American bar and grill fare. From boneless wings to fish ‘n’ chips, the cuisine roster has even more depth than the famed Yankees lineup of ’27. The restaurant further establishes its entertainment value by hosting karaoke and bingo and by not allowing recitations of real-estate-law books.
Mango Tango, Island Restaurant & Tiki Bar is a hot spot in the Twin Cities! Our AMAZING menu features a mix of Caribbean and American flavors with a lot of french influence. Our Tiki bar features an array of hand crafted specialty drinks and beer from all over the Caribbean. We have a lounging patio with real fireplace!!
Manned by professional drivers, the pedal-powered Traveling Tap carts up to 16 passengers around Minneapolis and Saint Paul via one of three routes listed here. It's up to guests to supply their favorite beers, wines, or malt beverages which the personal bartender pours into cups or stores in the bar-on-wheels’ built-in coolers. Throw on your ear-flap cap and goulashes for early season rides or let the misting system keep you cool on warm summer days. Traveling Tap also boasts adjustable seats to fit all sizes, seat backs, and a smooth ride even Grandma would enjoy. Listen to tunes from a six-speaker overhead stereo while you take in the sights and sounds of the Twin Cities on each 7-mile-per-hour trek.
Stanley's Northeast Bar Room has emerged as a friendly, neighborhood bar, valiantly keeping ravenous residents at bay with a menu of featured players in breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as a strong supporting cast of hearty beers. The kitchen, which stays open until midnight daily, sates hungry tummies with a cache of comfort cookery. Please picky palates with traditional fare including Louisiana barbecue shrimp, five large shrimp battered in spicy beer-butter sauce and served with a baguette ($8.79), the big kid's mac 'n' cheese with cavatappi pasta in a three-cheese beer sauce with Sentyrz hot dogs ($7.79), or a specialty such as Stanley's signature slow-smoked brisket, doused in barbecue sauce with caramelized onions on a St. Agnes ciabatta roll ($8.79). The extensive list of drinkable delights, including Fat Tire, Bells Two Hearted Ale, Fulton Sweet Child of Vine, and Pumpkin Porter, are guaranteed to influence the off-pitch singing of taste-buds and the two-left-feet tapping of tonsils.
Subway tiles and a tin ceiling line the cozy confines of Maeve’s Cafe, where friendly servers zip sandwiches and salads to tables populated by neighborhood regulars. The checkerboard floor and vintage decor elements evoke nostalgic memories of childhood trips to train stations, malt shops, and Bobby Fischer’s castle. The staffers aim to cultivate a similar feeling of wonder with made-to-order comfort fare, which ranges from small, shareable plates of prosciutto and olives to breakfast bagels and hearty paninis oozing with cheddar, brie, or gruyere. Hot espresso and cold-press coffee compete for the honor of raising sleepy eyelids, and sweet italian sodas refresh palates with effervescent fizz.