I've been many times, most recently about two weeks ago. It is always busy, so you should put your name on the list and take a wander over to the antique stores nearby (or sit at the bar if there's a seat there). The burgers are very good. Honestly, I have never finished a burger there feeling like "wow, that was amazing," while I have had that feeling with The Nook burgers, but they are always satisfying. The beer list here is also very good, but if you're really on top of the microbrew scene, the list can appear a little pedestrian--not as many "specials," rare seasonals or very uncommon local beers as I would like. You'll find great beers, but probably nothing new or challenging. Great fries. I like the variation in the burgers, but some of the weirder burgers aren't the most satisfying (e.g., the Thai burger seemed a little forced). The standard burgers still win for me. The space can be a little noisy. On my most recent visit, the service was fine but it took a good five minutes at the start for our waitress to acknowledge our presence and bring us water--she seemed stretched. Overall, very good, nearly excellent, but too many caveats. Still, this is a very good place that shouldn't be overlooked as an option if you're in St. Paul. Only, I wouldn't drive from out of your way just to go here.
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