In Bloom at Keg & Case Market
Keg and Case is St. Paul’s most exciting eating and drinking project since beer was first brewed here in 1855! Inside the market you'll find a combination of chef-driven restaurants, craft beer and a uniquely curated market brimming with an eclectic mix of regional goods.
Outside, a bustling park is the backdrop for a diverse calendar of music, pop-up markets and events for all seasons. Revitalized and transformed, these welcoming spaces offer the community access to exceptional fare and new experiences with each visit.
Such a great experience! The food was amazing, even loved the black salt
Food was average, service was good, it was so loud our table had a hard time hearing the person right across the table.
Early dinner to celebrate Valentine's..servers very attentive right from the start..we started with the mussels and rosemary bread.. excellent!! We then had a vension entre..very tender and great flavors..topped off with their amazing burnt Marshmellow..
Low key atmosphere with 5 star food. Sit at the "bar" if you can. We will most definately make three trip to visit In Bloom again.
Enjoyed an amazing meal in a unique venue. Sat at the counter and watched the chefs work the hearth. Lunch menu was perfectly portioned for sharing and our server helped us choose just the right pairings. Don’t miss the venison torchon or the ice cream stuffed roasted marshmallow dessert featuring products from several of the market shops. Looking forward to returning for the dinner menu!
Trout plus roasted carrot for lunch. Flavors were amazing. We'll be back.
We had a wonderful dinner at In Bloom. The venison pasta, ribeye, and cocktails were all exceptional.
Really interesting concept. I'd probably sit next to the fire cooking area next time. French Cider was great. Pheasant was OK. Not particularly flavorful. It was sort of a pheasant meat roll in a mushroom sauce; not what I was expecting. Bread was phenomenal. Venison in a mole sauce was perfectly cooked. The sauce was great, but completely masked the venison flavor.
The food, service, and atmosphere at In Bloom were all fantastic. The portions are small, but that was expected. Every plate we received was presented so beautifully. The service was knowledgeable and very friendly.
There was certainly nothing bad about my experience. The service was excellent and the food (particularly the duck hearts) we're good. When spending over $100, however, I expect to be blown away and I was not.
Had a wonderful meal. Appreciate it very much. Many thanks.
We were looking forward to ordering the langoustines but it was not on the menu. We ended up ordering the Skull Island Prawns prawn. We hope the restaurant will put the langoustines back on the menu. We ordered medium rare steak but we got was between medium and medium rare. Overall it is still good.
The food was wonderful and our server was perfectly attentive.
Order venison, do not order the prawn, because for $21, you will get exactly ONE prawn (with its inedible head, just in case you need to verify it is indeed a prawn). Very delicious, but this is the last $20+ single shrimp I’ll ever buy. Dessert (hazelnut praline chocolate) was good. The venison pasta my dining partner ordered was excellent. The roasted carrots also were excellent. The coffee was mediocre. The wine list was extensive, and expensive. More by-the-glass options would have been preferred.
Best restaurant meal we’ve had in 20 years! Really exceptional in every way.
Food was a bit overpriced but delicious. They could expand the bar seating as there is a lot of unused space
Venison leg chewy and lacked flavor. Service was very good but was seated almost 20 minutes late. Overall like the idea of this restaurant.
It was our first time at In Bloom and we were treated very well and dinner was great. I bit noisy but we were ok with that after a bit. We will return again.
Overall, the food was hit or miss and I feel like the flavor did not take full advantage of the fire. When we arrived, it was almost 25 minutes until our drink orders were taken and there were drinks on the table, which seems like to much to me. The drinks were excellent. The first course was great -- especially the tartar. In the second course, we had the venison backstrap, the venison cavetelli, and the mushrooms. The backstrap was well cooked but everything else tasted far too rich and buttery so much that it masked the other flavors. Nothing really tasted smokey and generally the second course left us feeling disappointed and still hungry. I love the idea and maybe we ordered badly, but generally the restaurant felt ungenerous.
Liked the facility but not so impressed with the food. I live in Big Lake and there are a ton of other restaurants closer by with better food.
Maybe should have tried the venison leg but my venison dish was like a chuck roast stew, nothing remarkable about it.
The charcuterie plate was mostly bread, very little sausage, cheese or pickled vegetables.
The smoked meat sandwich line on the other side of the market looked incredible, would rather have eaten there.
Friendly, knowledgeable staff are happy to guide you through the fabulous menu. Delicious, unique offerings for each course.
All food is grilled to perfection.
The rest of the food hall offers an eclectic range of food and crafts. Make sure you have time to browse.
Seated upstairs, the service is a tad slow.
Consider a ride sharing service to go there. Not enough parking. No valet.
Bread was the best thing. A few cold dishes, and a few that lacked a punch of flavor we were expecting with the description and reputation. Beautiful ambiance and friendly service.
Food was interesting and good but not exceptional. Venison was tender with mild game flavor. Like the grilling kitchen. Love the roasted marshmallow dessert. Decor was interesting and fun with the exception of the bar area which was very sparse.
Great food - wish I could have tried everything on the menu.
Because of the snow and ice, many from my party could not make it. Those that came received wonderful service and food was very tasty.
We felt appreciated from the moment we neared the host station until we got up to get our coats. The staff was prompt without being intrusive. We look forward to our return
Best meal in ages. Great service with recommendations spot on! Open wood fire and unique seasoning make everything special. For a sweet tooth don’t miss the marshmallow dessert.
Restaurant had a nice buzz and an interesting wine list. Food was very creative and tasty.
Staff very attentive but not intrusive. Food excellent!! Will be back!!
We were there on a SSaturday, and the place was like a carnavil. We had a difficult time finding the restaurant coming in from the parking lot. I am slightly crippled as I am a veteran of WW2 and 93 yrs old, but it would have been much better if there were some type of signs leading us to the restaurant. As for the menu, there were 6 of us, and it was truly hard to find things to eat. If your place had a sign such as we specialize on venison, it would have been easier. I am truly sorry we did not enj;oy it, but I do understand being overstocked with customers, however your restaurant was really not that buy either when we were there. The traffic thru the brewery was horrendous. Again thank you for asking. you could have some items for the coommmon folk like venison burger, even charging $25.00 or more. I realize the cost of doing business.
I do appreciate what they are trying to do with open hearth cooking and serving game meat, etc. We had lunch for 4; all different dishes. We spent over $200 for 4; included only 2 glasses of wine. Very expensive for what you actually get on a plate. We all independently noticed the lack of seasoning on 3 of the dishes; the trout especially.
The food was really good. And unusual. The service and physical layout were very nice
We had a very special dinner to celebrate an engagement. The service was great. Reservations were made 6weeks ahead of time. The meal was delicious for most of us, though the venison was quite overdone for one in the party. Not knowing that there was upstairs dining, we were disappointed to be seated up there. True, it was a bit quieter and not as smokey, but we would have preferred the main dining area. Therefore, next time we will request to be seated there.
We have been to In Bloom twice now and loved it both times. The menu is so intriguing and it’s like (good) dinner theater watching the kitchen/fire geniuses at work. We have been so impressed with the wait staff and the passion they all seem to have. Drinks are excellent.
It’s challenging for a vegetarian however, because there is no true vegetarian entree.
My husband took me to In Bloom for my Birthday. We had reservations. When we arrived we were seated at the bar... I was very disappointed as I wanted a table for my birthday dinner. The bar seemed impersonal. The food was very good but quite expensive. The wine prices were ridiculously expensive...
It was a good experience but probably won't dine there again... I was expecting much more than I got!
First time here and we really enjoyed ourselves. Unique and very delicious assortment of plates to choose from. Looking forward to returning to try some of the other items. A very fun foodie adventure for sure ! Loved the whole Case and Keg space.
we took our son and daughter in law and two teens to celebrate birthdays. Was a fun dinner. interesting food and FIRE! Everything was tasty and unique. Service was very nice. We needed the server to help us choose entre's and she was good and made good suggestions. Of cours the "In Bloom" somore was a hit with the teens.
Really superb meal. The scallops and backstrap were the hits of the night. Terrific and warm hospitality. Cannot wait to return!
We celebrated our daughter and son-in-laws 20th wedding anniversary What a beautiful experience,wonderful wait staff,welcoming fun atmosphere, outstanding unique food (unfortunately a few selections weren't available but we understood once our waiter explained) Overall loved by all. Looking for another excuse to visit again soon.