Seven the Steakhouse
Minneapolis, MN 55403
- Sun-Thu 4pm-12am, Fri-Sat 4pm-2am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Business Dining, Catering, Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Wifi Access
- Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Accepted, Recommended
- Garage, Lot Available, Meters, Street, Valet
City Pages' Description
Two of the partners behind Bellanotte, the first downtown venue to combine upscale dining with a nightlife scene, bring version 2.0 of the concept to Hennepin Avenue. The multitiered complex is bigger and better, with two restaurants, four levels, three DJs, and a roof deck. On the ground level, Seven's steakhouse is a classic throwback, with black-and-white Rat Pack photos on the walls and suit-clad power brokers tucked into booths. Some of the most expensive items on the steak-and-seafood menu seem to be more about showing status than getting a good return on the dollar, but there are plenty of other good choices, from their signature filet (topped with lump crab meat and honey-bourbon sauce) and salad to the nostalgic bananas Foster, flamed tableside.
Tips from foursquare
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine March 2011 readers’ pick for best bar when you want to be seen.
Best Groupon ever!
Voted as Best Outdoor Dining by City Pages in 2010. The deck offers striking views overlooking Block E's bright signage & the rest of the Hennepin Ave hustle, as well as plenty of great peoplewatching
When you're here........tip.....or I'll kill you.
Go glam, gather the gang and get cuddly on the couches, basking in the glow of sculpted table lights and neon columns. Or on the rooftop patio, with its million-dollar skyscraper view.
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