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Those who love sports bars, will surely love Tiffany Sports Lounge. With its classy spacious interiors, a wide range of alcoholic beverages, toothsome light bites and convivial ambiance, make the bar one of the best in the city. If you want to lighten up in the evenings, hop into Tiffany Sports Lounge to unwind and spend some time with friends and loved ones.
If you like to visit sites that have been immortalized on the silver screen, be sure to stop by this very happening recreation hall. The bar was a set for the movie Grumpy Old Men. If that is not enough reason to drop in, how about playing a game of bocce ball on the dirt courts in the lower level. Irish culture thrives in St. Paul and for twenty years this recreation hall has been featuring live Irish folk bands. The 'Rec' is actually two bars in one; one side of the large room is dedicated to the pool table and dartboard crowd, while the other half consists of dimly lit tables and a velvet curtained stage. The large bar presides down the center. Grab a pint of your favorite ale or brew and visit both sides of the room. Munch on an appetizer and listen to the Emerald Isle's favorite tunes. ATM on premises.
City Works is a great place to drop by for a quick lunch or spend a night out with friends. The gastropub serves an array of delicious American dishes with contemporary twists to them. There is also a full bar, which offers craft brews, handcrafted cocktails and wine on the tap. They are especially known for their massive variety of beer and have as many as 90 global and local brews on offer.
Shamrocks Irish Nook is a family-friendly burger joint in the heart of St. Paul. Found in the city's western section, it is made famous for their flavorsome burgers bursting out with zesty cheese and appetizing fillings. Menu features an extensive list of succulent patties served in fluffy buns, though their Jucy Lucy is an all-time favorite. Along with their savory hamburgers, Shamrocks also serves up an exciting selection of peppery sides like the legendary french fries, chicken wings, onion rings and skewers.
Obb's is an iconic sports bar in St. Paul and was one of the first bars in the city to get a license after the Prohibition period. While the building in which the bar is situated dates back to the early 20th Century, the bar itself has also stood the test of time for over five decades. You can drop in for some breakfast or lunch with the family or come by with a couple of friends for some beer and live broadcasts of games.
There is never a dull day at Neisen's where sports, live entertainment, happy hours and food all shine together to make it a memorable experience for you. Featuring mammoth TV screens where you can catch your game, two performance stages for live gigs, pool tables and karaoke nights, the sports bar and restaurant serves great drinks and tasty American fare.