Loring Kitchen & Bar
- General Info:
- Situated on Loring Park in the Heart of Minneapolis, Loring Kitchen & Bar features delicious food and an enticing bar. A neighborhood kitchen with destination appeal, we feature contemporary cuisine in a comfortable and inviting atmosphere. Dining Room & Facilities: Each event space at Loring Kitchen & Bar is unique in seating options, atmosphere and privacy level. The following is a list of our dining spaces and their optimal capacities: The Main Dining Room: Our main dining room is the most accommodating space with the ability to seat up to 60 guests (or 50 with a buffet setup). Portico: Our indoor space with an outdoor feel; our portico porch offers a wide variety of set up options all with views overlooking Loring Park. This space works great for appetizer receptions, and more informal get-together's. During warmer months the windows can be entirely opened to the outside. Portico Point: Our most private and cozy are seats up to 18 people with views of Loring Park and is best suited for a sit down meal. Patio: Available seasonally, our award winning patio is the spot to be. This space can be partially booked for parties up to 25 or in its entirety for parties up to 100 people. Sky Park: Through an exclusive arrangement with the Eitel building, Loring Kitchen and bar is able to host events in the exclusive and elegant.
- Payment method:
- mastercard, all major credit cards, discover, amex, visa, diners club
- Central Minneapolis, Loring Park
Loring Kitchen and Bar
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- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: American, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Good for Kids: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 5/8/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Ok, so I wasn't dressed up in my Sunday finest. I'd just been for a walk in the park, and thought I stop in and try them out.
It was about 1-1:30 in the afternoon. I was not full or busy.
I went to bar with my back to the open patio (I liked that) and took a menu and waited... and waited... and waited ...4 separate servers AND the bartender AND the hostess walked by me - not running or in a hurry, just walking. My attempts to catch their eye were all ignored.
I left and they didn't even notice.
No idea if the food is any good - wasn't able to try anything.
I did give this place another (actually 2) chance.
Their bloody mary rivals Joe's Garage.
Their wings are not bad.
I did get good service on my 2nd & 3rd visits. And on the 3rd visit, they were pretty busy. So I will chalk up my bad 1st experience to just that. :)