Terrible service, mediocre food. We made a reservation more than 2 hours prior to a concert and spent the better part of that 2 hours tracking down our server to get our food and drinks. First, it clearly states on their website that there is a happy hour daily until 7pm - it does not specify bar only, and when we were seated in the main dining room and asked we were told "they don't do HH here". After mentioning to our server that the website specifies a HH, he literally just shrugged his shoulders and walked away. No further clarification and we were not offered a table in the bar area, even though at that time the bar area was nearly empty. It was not until I spoke to a manager later on in the evening that she told us the HH would have been honored in the bar area. We waited an obscene amount of time for our drinks, which were never refilled, and had to ask for refills on water and chips. The food was OK but not even close to worth the prices we paid. The tacos were almost too spicy to eat - and with no drinks in front of us, it made it hard to enjoy dinner. As our show time got closer, we cancelled the outstanding items we had ordered and not yet received and asked for our bill. A manager came and offered us a free round of drinks, which we accepted - but then had to have them taken off of our bill because we were charged for the FREE apology drinks brought by the manager! I will say this was NOT our servers fault. The poor guy was running around like crazy and the restaurant was clearly understaffed. This restaurant is managed TERRIBLY. We were there on a Friday at 5pm the night of a concert at the Target Center which is only 3 blocks away. This restaurant is also walking distance to Target Field and First Ave, so they should be no stranger to busy event nights. Friday HH/dinner time in downtown Minneapolis is no time for bad service - ESPECIALLY on an event night. Don't waste your time or money, there's many better options in Mpls.