4-course dinner in a historic building at Public Kitchen + Bar
Housed in one of St. Paul’s most unique historic buildings, the Noyes & Cutler Building, PUBLIC kitchen + bar presents a Saint Paul dining experience like no other. Tall ceilings, windows overlooking Mears Park and beautifully preserved details such as exposed brick and beams complement their menu, featuring classic dishes with a contemporary American twist. With beautiful views and fresh New American bites, this treasured spot is a surefire way to impress all. Guests will arrive to PUBLIC kitchen + bar, in the heart of Lowertown Saint Paul, where they will be greeted and led to the main-level, semi-private dining space. As guests mingle and assemble, the group will be able to enjoy drinks from an open bar and passed hors d’oeuvres. Once everyone arrives, you and your group will settle in and take a seat at the dinner table for a delicious four-course meal complete with wine pairings and a sundae bar featuring a local favorite, Grand Ole Creamery ice cream.
Passed Hors d’Oeuvres
Standard Open Bar
Passed Hors d'Oeuvres
Fourth Course - guests to select one tableside
Standard Open Bar
Wine Pairings - three Ounce Pours
“This new Lowertown restaurant is keeping things simple and refined. Their display of classic flavors includes dishes like a bone-in beef short rib with cheddar grits; lobster linguini made with house-made pasta, tarragon, and lemon crème fraiche; and a potato gnocchi with a vegetable ragout and balsamic reduction.” Thrillist
“The dining space, formerly offices in the historic Noyes and Cutler Building, was built from scratch but still honors the beauty of the structure. The awnings that used to mar the view from the giant, arched front windows have been removed, allowing a full view of Mears Park and copious amounts of natural light during the lunch hour.” TwinCities.com
229 E. 6th St.
Saint Paul, MN 55101
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