One of the coolest venue in minneapolis to see live acts with good sound, beer and atmosphere.... A have to stop location ;-)
Been here twice for breakfast after a couple races and have enjoyed the food both times. However, the second time, we were seated in the back room (near the band set-up area) and service was really, really slow....also, it's pretty dismal back there when it's 10 in the morning. Nonetheless, the food was still good and the drinks just as... More
The only down side of Sunday brunch at the Triple Rock Social Club is that it's small and has a dedicated following of patrons who show up just before it opens at 10 a.m. So just get there about 10 minutes earlier and you'll be good. This is a punk rock bar and it looks like it - if you... More
Ah,T-Rock. Loud punk and 80s hair metal from the juke box, Star Wars memorabilia interspersed with naughty monkey tchotchkes, posters about bands and of course the obligatory PBR and bacon shwag... why of course you're the best vegan weekend brunch-spot in the Twin Cities. Don't get me wrong, Pizza Luce, Modern on Chicago Ave., and Bryant-Lake-Bowl hold their own, but... More
I had my reasons for wanting to come here. I left happier than when I arrived. Cheap, quality drafts, cool bar staff, and above all... a mystery chef's special. It's called the "Chef's Revenge" and costs $9. They bring you "whatever the chef thinks you need." Apparently the chef thought I needed a triple-decker sandwich filled with cheese and some... More
You'll find characters here, no doubt about it, but also a ton of great beer and some decent food. The poutine was a surprise (fries nothing special but the gravy was really yummy). Not much for those with allergies but it did the job when called upon!
The last time I was here was for the Sage Francis show a couple weeks ago. I love how little and imtimate the place is. Cool people & good food. I heard the breakfast was bomb so I'll be back to try it!
This place is definetly a scene on most days, however even if you aren't part of the scence, the people are still open to you being there. Like most Minneapolis spots, don't expect anyone to strike up a conversation with you, but you can have an enjoyable time nonetheless because the bloody mary's are fabulous and they have a variety... More
I was told by a co-worker to check out Triple Rock for good bloody mary's and really good, cheap, breakfast. I was told it was kind of a dive bar, but lots of times that's the best place for a good breakfast. I went there at 10am on a Saturday and was seated right away (by the time we left,... More
I've frequented this establishment many many times, great food (the hot damn burger is a must try) awesome people and a very cool atmosphere. Now that they have added on its a great place to grab dinner and catch local music!!
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