Permanently Closed - Brewer's Table
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Brewer’s Table harmonizes exceptional food with the nationally recognized roster of Surly craft beers to empower trailblazing pairings that showcase an extensive representation of flavor profiles — to build on the movement to bring the range of the pint to the plate.
In addition to making reservations, patrons can secure from our ample first-come, first-served service at the bar and chef counter seating areas and deck.
The best restaurant in the Cities.
A wonderful experience as always; each item we had was creative and delicious. Will miss this restaurant!
Just awesome. So sad this place is closing down - we had the charred broccoli which was surprisingly Asian in flavor, the lamb and falafel (so savory but light), and the pork chop (which will forever be present in my dreams).
Really no point in leaving this review as their run has ended. But Brewers table was always outstanding. Thanks to the staff for many memorable meals. If the next incarnation is half as good, I will be delighted.
Everything was perfect about the food and experience here. Wish it wasn't closing!
Sad to see this place closing. Great food and a great overall experience. You will be missed!
We've celebrated NYE here plus special diners. I'd recommend to everyone but sadly they are closing this week. We drove pver for 1 last special meal and it did not disappoint
I heard that it was closing so I made a point of it to get there before it did, and man was it worth it! I've never had such good meal with a beer before, and I got 4 of them! I'm sad to see it go!
Excellent food, presentation, beer and service.
I had heard great things, so I don't know what happened. Portions were criminally small (beer and food). Food was good, but NOT great. Based on the food in the beer hall, I was expecting much better... especially for $70. I know they are closing, so I hope the quality is not based on the imminent closing. It's closing soon so you probably can't get a reservation anyways, but if you do... skip it.
John A provided excellent service. We came for dinner because we found out the Brewer's Table was closing. We were NOT disappointed with the food, beer pairings or service. All were better then I expected. I hope you'll open something up with more reasonably priced so I'll come back more often! (I will come back for the tour and to hang out downstairs.)
I LOVED the Dilly Hell and would love that to be a seasonal regular option. It was delish.
Had a great meal while experiencing the tasting menu. The lamb was to die for and the beer pairings were spot on!
The venison was cooked perfectly and the sauce that accompanied it was amazing. The porkchop was huge and also cooked perfectly.
The food was fantastic and the beer paired well with everything on the tasting menu. The restaurant was a bit louder than we expected for the price point, though. I would've liked a quieter environment.
Fabulous as usual!! We are really going to miss the Brewer's Table. One of our favorite places to eat and drink!!
I wish Brewers Table wasn't closing. It has been my favorite tasting menu with pairings. Please reopen elsewhere in town!
Loved it... thank you!!
Brewer's Table was outstanding! My only regret is that I waited until 2 weeks before they are scheduled to close down for good before I finally came out to try this amazing fine dining with craft beer pairing concept at Surly. This place will be missed!
The food was amazing and the beer pairings were perfect compliments to the food. The staff was friendly and courteous. I'm glad we got the chance to experience Brewer's Table before August 5. Looking forward to trying Chef Guzman's next venture.
Why are you closing! I mean, I have only dined twice, but still. Personally I could not afford to eat at the Brewers Table very often, but it was nice knowing that they were there, serving incredible dishes. They will be missed.
had a great meal, of creative and fresh food. I will be sad to see this concept change. Hopefully not too much.
The octopus was unusually tender with just the right amount of heat. The salsify was also very subtle. The venison was as good as venison goes. The only thing that was underwhelming was the tres leches--I expecting a dessert creamier and sweeter.
We needed to experience the deliciousness of Brewer's Table one final time before it closes.
The food was absolutely amazing and paired well with Surly's beer - I even found myself liking a few brews and foods I wouldn't normally have liked much less attempted to eat! I am extremely disappointed that Brewer's Table is closing - this was such a unique and fun experience and I would love to do it again!!
Sad to see this gem closing. Food was creative and presentation was lovely. Servers were spot on. Lovely evening.
We had a wonderful overall dining experience. The tasting menu and beer pairings were delicious. We're sad to see the Brewers Table is closing, but happy that we were able to experience it before it is gone.
Loud and therefore difficult to hear server and other staff members as they explained and answered food questions. Quieted down after nine. I would not want to be there on a weekend. Food was delicious and beautifully plated, but loss of hearing would weigh heavily in the decision to return. I pity there staff having to work with the constant din.
Everything about Brewer's Table was wonderful. The waiter was extremely knowledgeable in describing the food, as well as the beer. The Octopus and Venison were our favorites. The Tuna was slightly lacking in flavor, but still a good choice. The best part was the beer pairings! I just wish I could buy Dilly Hell at the liquor store! Coming back next week...
The food was fantastic. I was very happy to get to eat there before it closes. We're pretty sure the waiter messed up one of our beer pairings, which really shouldn't happen when it's this expensive. Other than that, it was a great evening. We even got a special cupcake for someone celebrating their birthday!
Sorry to see it close soon. Hope something similar opens soon.
Strange menu, small portions - not what I expected going to a brewery. Service was great - but the food was just weird...
Fantastic food, great service. The chef is amazing
Such amazing food here...so bummed it's closing in August...a true gem.
The food is so carefully thought out and paired so perfectly with Surly beers that it blew my mind. The dishes all had so much flavor. We got to try things that we haven't had before. We got to try bet that isn't on regular sale. Our wait staff was very attentive and accommodating to my girlfriend's food allergies as well.
The food was excellent. Started with the octopus which was so tender and beautifully plated. Followed with the mussel, venison and fois gras for dessert. Again beautiful dishes that were all full of flavor. The beer pairing was also artfully done. We are so happy we were able to eat here before they close.
This was our farewell dinner at the famous Brewer's Table, as they are closing soon.
We have enjoyed the food and beer there on a number of occasions and we will miss the fine cuisine, excellent service and truly unique atmosphere.
So good and so creative. Great pairings
Get in while you can! I don't know why this is going away. It's a great idea and I there isn't another place in Minneapolis where you can find this.
Surly's concept for the Brewers Table is a partnership of their amazing beers with a curated gourmet menu. We did a 4 course tasting menu at $70 per person. Each course was paired with a Surly beer. The food was extremely well done. The kitchen and front of house seamed to have a great flow and the food came out promptly and perfectly cooked. It all flowed very well. If you're worried about walking away hungry, don't be. For a fine dining tasting menu it's subtle without being skimpy. The staff was great. Very well trained, very well organized and very knowledgeable. We felt special and were well taken care of.
I already have a second reservation.
We are SO sorry to see this close. Excellent food and service!!
Permanently Closed - Brewer's Table is rated 4.6 stars by 600 OpenTable diners.