Eagan's Lone Oak Grill is officially rocking the suburbs even harder than Ben Folds, rebuilding a former sports bar to focus on craft "beer, burgers, and bourbon" using $1.2 million, aka, several bricks' worth of cash.
The flatscreen-filled 180-seater rocks a 45ft-long oak bar, garage doors that open onto a full-barred, two-bocce-courted patio, and the goal of slinging comfort food "with a culinary twist", which hopefully wasn't dreamed up by M. Night Shyamalan, or it'll just turn out your food has been dead the entire time!
EAT: Lucys get stuffed with the likes of bleu cheese and ghost peppers, and then there's smoker-cooked pork ribs and beef brisket, plus "Tempura Bacon" with house ponzu, and a helping of pulled pork, brisket, and chicken mini-burgers called the "Slider Flight", also what you call any charter with Marcia Griffiths on board.
DRINK: And since you'll be parched after all that meat, they've got more than 30 hand-picked wines, 10 small batch bourbons (including a white oak barrel of Woodford Reserve), and 36 taps with the crafty likes of Summit Saga, Tallgrass 8-Bit, and Stone's Arrogant Bastard, all of which'll make drowning slowly actually quite enjoyable.
Published: August 7, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
3010 Eagandale Place
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