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A Better Post-Saints Game Food List

Blog - 2015 - 06-04 Saints Food

Did you see the article City Pages posted about the best places to eat after Saints games? Go ahead, read it. I’ll wait…

http://blogs.citypages.com/food/2015/05/11_best_places_to_grab_a_bite_before_after_or_during_a_st_paul_saints_game.php
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What do you think? I’m going to go out on a limb, and say that I disagree with 7/11 of their list. Call me crazy, but escargot bourguignons doesn’t scream “baseball food.”

I’ve created my own “baseball food” list. My list includes my favorite places that I consider easy walking distance from the stadium. The borders are from Lafayette to Minnesota St, and from 7th St. to Kellogg. Here we go:

Alary’s – Bar pizza, beer, darts, and a huge patio. This is a great place to celebrate a Saints win! As an added bonus, they run a free shuttle to the games.

Barrio – Tacos and tequila. Need I say more? They make some seriously good guac, too.

Blackdog – A great place to kick back, have a cup of coffee or wine, and have some good conversation. My favorite thing on the menu? The black bean and cheese quesadillas. Mmm!

Bulldog – One word: Tots! This place has a great beer selection, great menu, and shuffleboard.

Golden’s Lowertown – Not just for lunch anymore! Live music, good food, and open late.

Gopher Bar – Cheap beer and Coney Dogs. Cash only and don’t you dare ask for no onions on your dog!

Heartland – Sit in the bar area for a more casual experience. Mmm, fancy corndogs!

Kelly’s Depot Bar – Hate to call it a dive bar, but… Still a great place for a burger & beer. Downtown’s hidden gem.

Rival House – Get the competitive spirit started early, or keep the fun going after the game. Skee-ball, ping pong, bubble hockey, board games…need I say more? Oh, the menu is pretty good, too.

Red Savoy’s Pizza – Looking for no frills, old school pizza? This is the joint! Don’t get me wrong, I love a wood/coal fired pizza as much as the next guy, but sometimes you just need that kick in the sauce that is only found in a Savoy’s pizza.

There you have it, my list of post-baseball food places. Do you think I missed anything? What’s your favorite?

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