Dining in the neighborhood

We are thrilled to be a part of the vibrant West End community of Saint Paul. Our neighbors are artisans,...

We are thrilled to be a part of the vibrant West End community of Saint Paul. Our neighbors are artisans, doers and creators. There are so many talented people carving out their own path in our neighborhood. Check out a few of our neighborhood favorites before or after a show. You’ll be glad you did.


Your neighbors,
Jeremiah and Vanessa




For dinner before the show:


Mucci’s Italian– $$$ One of the dining hot spots in the Twin Cities and rightly so. Inspired Italian eats. Cozy space. One block from Art House North. They deep fry the pizza dough before throwing it in the woodfired oven (drool). They’re also an official Bucket Brigade sponsor!


ROK Eatery + Bar– $$$ Our new favorite neighborhood spot for dinner and drinks. Their menu is imaginative and incredibly tasty. You won’t be disappointed.


A-Side Public House– $$$ Great spot for dinner and drinks before the show in a beautifully restored fire-house with vaulted ceilings. And it’s only a block way.


Tavial Grill– $ Family run authentic Mexican less than a block away from Art House North. The tacos are authentic and verrry delicious.


Phi Chay- $$ Yummy Thai Food in a sunny environment.


Keg and Case– $$ A fun, funky market that’s a haven for foodies. Some unique dining options offering a wide variety of tasty goodness.


Shamrock’s/Bennett’s/Bay Street Burger Dive– $$ Each boasts the neighborhood’s best burger. And they are all not wrong.


For after the show:


The Emerald Lounge– Cozy, chic spot with finely crafted cocktails and small-plates menu.


Mancini’s– old school supper club vibe, high backed leather booths, live music, really reasonably priced drinks and eats and a ridiculously good steak sandwich. This has been a favorite post-show cast hangout.


The White Squirrel- Named after our neighborhood albino squirrel affectionately dubbed, “Kevin.” This cozy bar serves up some seriously crafted cocktails and local brews. (no food menu)


Bad Weather Brewing– local brew pub serving up some really inspired beer. (no food menu, but often has food trucks)


Pajarito- Upscale Mexican with small plates and stellar drinks. Great spot for foodies after, or before the show.



For any other time you’re in the area:


Brake Bread– Fresh baked bread, scones, spinners and cookies lovingly made by reallly good people. Also a toast bar. These guys make our cupcakes for ‘Til Death, our herbed focaccia for Kingdom Undone, and the german style pretzels for Sam’s Son. We love working with Brake Bread– they care about their neighbors, their ingredients, their planet and their craft.


Mojo Monkey– Donuts. Ridiculously good ones. Particularly the Maple. Bacon. Long-John. Good after a four mile run, or a two block walk.


J & S Bean Factory- These guys provide the coffee beans for our show, ‘Til Death! They roast their own, and we gotta say, their coffee is our FAVORITE. It’s roasty, slightly spicy… soooo good. Their coffee shop is always buzzing with locals, and rightly so.