Pull into Town Hall Station, Edina’s new craft beer bar and restaurant, starting June 16

Town Hall Station, located at 4500 Valley View Road in Edina // Photo via Town Hall Station's Facebook page

Town Hall Station, located at 4500 Valley View Road in Edina // Photo via Town Hall Station’s Facebook page

The Town Hall family is expecting.

With sibling locations—Town Hall Brewery (Seven Corners, just east of downtown Minneapolis), Town Hall Tap (South Minneapolis), and Town Hall Lanes (also in South Minneapolis)—the new Town Hall Station is set to open June 16 in Edina as a casual beer bar and restaurant.

Located at 4500 Valley View Road, Town Hall Station was constructed in the old Wally’s Service Station, according to a press release. The Station will seat a total of 140 people, with both inside and outside seating.

Thirsty patrons can enjoy 13 taps of Town Hall Brewery’s award-winning craft beer and house-made root beer, as well as many guest artisan ciders and a select rotation of ales, lagers, stouts, and sours from local and global producers. A cocktail program, crafted by Town Hall vets Dan Korbmacher and Mike Newton, will feature a selection of local spirits, Town Hall classic cocktails, and new mixes, including the Jalapeno Cucumber Margarita, Summer Rose, and Town Hall Punch.

As for the food menu, diners can expect a variety of “road food”—from “Sweet Corn Nachos” to beef short rib tacos and even a rotating monthly burger—in addition to some favorites from other Town Hall locations.

“All of our locations are in different and distinctive neighborhoods and have their own unique character,” said Pete Rifakes, co-owner and founder of Town Hall in a press release.  “We consider ourselves a destination for all, but most importantly, a comfortable component for the local neighborhood. We aim to be a foundational part of the social community.”

 

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