Nearby points of interest
Restaurants you may also like
Nearby points of interest
About Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse
Permanently Closed - Named in honor of John Scott Bradstreet, renowned turn-of-the-century Minneapolis designer who revolutionized the Arts and Crafts movement with the introduction of Asian and Moorish elements, Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse embraces his belief in the “fellowship of all things good."
Bradstreet’s philosophy is the basis of our culinary and beverage convictions. Best described as upscale yet approachable American comfort food with Asian and Moorish influences, our menu delivers a fellowship of flavors complemented by a wide array of exceptional cocktails, beers and wines.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
American, Asian, Moroccan
Hours of Operation:
While it is with great sadness that we announce the immediate closing of Bradstreet Craftshouse in Lowry Hill, we are excited to announce that we will be opening again in the InterContinental Minneapolis-St Paul Airport Hotel in the summer of 2018.
We owe a great debt of gratitude to the absolutely amazing Bradstreet team and to each of you - the amazingly loyal patrons who have made this labor of love a reality and who have kept the brand strong enough for a future revitalization. Cheers to the promise of all that lies ahead, and we look forward to raising a glass with you again
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off street parking. Complimentary valet Friday and Saturday nights.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
Bradstreet Crafthouse is CLOSED. As in OUT OF BUSINESS. The sign states they will be reopening at MSP Airport in the Summer of 2018. To bad that those of us with reservations and others who recently purchased Groupons for the establishment were not notified in some way.
We made a reservation Saturday afternoon for the same evening. We arrived and there was a sign on the door stating that they had closed the restaurant effective immediately. Hopefully Open Table will quit taking reservations for a restaurant that is no longer in business.
This restaurant is closed but I was still able to make a reservation through open table. I had a group of 7 people scheduled for 6:45pm and we found out they were closed when we showed up. Finding another place to eat on a Saturday night proved difficult. The restaurant is relocating but should notify Open Table that they can not currently take reservations.
The food here is outstanding. I have beef with spending $8 for 3 donut holes and one scoop of ice cream. Oh well, what can you do? They accommodated our growing party with ease. I appreciated that and the staff trying to serve us. We'll be back but with not as huge of a party.
Excellent service, innovative and incredible food. My boyfriend and I used a groupon for Sunday brunch. We both ordered the same meal, which I am usually against, but were so glad we went that route. Neither of us would have been willing to share our chicken and waffles dish. I can't wait to go back and order the same thing again.
Bradstreet Neighborhood Crafthouse is a great stop for tasty and unique craft cocktails. This is clearly their specialty. The dinner menu is all burgers and salads so we ate off the appetizer menu, which was ok for the price. The food is good, but nothing you can't make at home. The service was really nice; the waiter didn't bug us every 3 seconds refilling our water and let us visit which was fabulous, but always right there when we needed to order a craft cocktail (European style dining). The cocktails are where it's at. #juliet&romeo
Went for Sunday morning brunch for our first visit. We had the biscuits and gravy, lamb belly hash, Benedict, and the Fried Chicken and Waffles. Everybody was pleased. Bloody Mary's were good. Hashbrowns were the only item that was not well received. Overall, a very positive experience.
We ran across Bradstreet on last year's CityPages. It happened to win "Best Cocktails", and they did not disappoint. They have the classics, spins on the classics, and totally unique cocktail options and an excellent happy hour on all drinks. The server was knowledgeable and attentive. The ambiance is unique with dim lighting and modern furnishings while somehow maintaining a historical feel. The food was also delicious, but the cocktails are the focal point. They'll even start you off with a cocktail version of an 'amuse bouche'. This is a great choice for a date night or a meetup with friends that manages to have a classier-than-average feel but not a wallet-busting price range.
The ambiance is amazing, dark wood and cozy with craftsman touches. The food has a global vibe. There are a lot of comfort food favorites with a twist ... like Moroccan spice in the biscuits and gravy. Service is friendly and helpful. They were very busy on my recent visit, and yet the staff kept everybody served and happy. The drinks are pretty amazing, and reasonably priced for craft cocktails in a beautiful setting. I would definitely recommend it.
The atmosphere was great - very Craftsman. The food was over complicated though. Sometimes the best food is prepared simply. Here they tended to add way too many ingredients in an effort to make it seem special or different. In addition to their craft cocktails - they should focus on some upscale alcohol selections that work well in classic cocktails or straight-up e.g. gin for a great martini, sipping whiskey (Irish), sipping tequila.
Space is cute but parking is a gamble and the service is terrible. At least when we were there (Sunday brunch), it seemed under-staffed from front of house to servers to kitchen. We waited to be seated for 15 minutes (with a reservation), then waited for food for a half hour. Apologies were made but explanations were not.
Had Brunch @ Bradstreet for the first time. Had a reservation for 11am, large number of people waiting to be seated when we arrived all standing in doorway. (I would recommend that on busy days that people are able to go into sitting room (left of the door) to check in. We were seated in about 15 min, our wait person was knowledgable about the drinks & meal items. The food and drinks were wonderful!! French toast, biscuits & gravy(oh yum, yum!!! )Food was served hot. (A must for me). The drinks--I had the Traditional Bloody Mary ( with cheese, olive ,celery and bacon!--a must drink and my friend had the Fireside 75--recommend both. The atmosphere was good except for the noise level which was high but as people left it was quieter. Look forward to going again soon.
Four of us met and ate on a Thursday evening. The food was good, but the menu was very limited. It seems to be a special place for drinks and happy hour--lots of very interesting items on the drink list. Only one drink was ordered at our table, but it was very good.
Similar to others the service was slow but it was Sunday brunch so we were not in a hurry. Food was excellent and just a little different twist than the normal. We had kids with us and it was fine and the kids waffle was AMAZING! Kimchi Bloody Mary was great, server explained it was thinner than normal but it was spicy and an excellent suggestion. Cool vibe inside and we will be back!!
The server didn't put my dinner order in. When I asked where my food was he acted like I never ordered it even though we had a conversation about what I had ordered was his favorite and he had the same thing waiting in the back for him. I never got my dinner and had to share with my date.
This was my second time at Bradstreet for brunch - what a great spot - perfect for socializing, with a great ambiance. The menu is unique and offers a lot of variety - the server's recommendations were spot-on. Next time I want to try the Bloody Mary flight!
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.