From Our Editors
Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse's namesake is Minneapolitan John Scott Bradstreet, a renowned figure in the turn-of-the-century arts and crafts movement. His clearest impact on the restaurant is the romantic, soothing Prairie-style decor, complete with reproductions of his works. But Bradstreet was also pivotal in introducing Asian and Moorish influences to the design movement—and the menu echoes those efforts:
- Appetizers: sesame chicken meatballs with a sweet-and-sour glaze; brussels sprouts with lamb belly, medjool dates, and goat cheese
- Entrees: mussels in coconut broth with grilled mushrooms and pickled ginger; lamb burger topped with turmeric pickle and chimichurri mayo
- Brunch: fried chicken over green-onion buckwheat waffles with sake butter, daikon slaw, and fresno chili jam; tahini french toast with cinnamon almonds, date syrup, and mandarin-orange curd
Since its origins as a hotel lounge, Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse has also been renowned for its cocktails. During two happy-hour periods each day, there's plenty to enjoy at the bar or on the outdoor patio. Bartenders pour cocktails from the tap or mix potent creations such as the Dog and Pony's Old Overholt, grapefruit crema, ginger, lemon, and soda water.