Starting on Saturday – which is, fittingly, National Beer Day – D'Amico & Sons is expanding its "bottomless" drinks offer to beer.
The Italian Twin Cities chain already offers bottomless pours of its Vino D'Amici wine during meals, but now it'll start catering to beer lovers too.
For $8.95, servers will keep beer drinkers topped up throughout their meal – and that includes Surly beer it offers in all five of its Twin Cities restaurants, as well as other local craft specialties.
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It will continue to offer bottomless glasses of its house wine, also for $8.95.
D'Amico & Sons has locations in Edina, Golden Valley, Roseville, Wayzata and on Grand Avenue in St. Paul.
Its locations in Naples, Florida already offer bottomless pours of beer alongside wine.
This is a typical trope by bars and restaurants, offering "loss-leading" endless drinks to entice diners to spend on food and become repeat customers.
But the bottomless drink offers in the Twin Cities tend to either be mimosas or Bloody Marys, and the quality and alcoholic content can vary.
First We Feast wrote about the bottomless drinks craze and noted that the offer is only as good as the quality of the restaurant – if they offer cheap drinks but also provide bad food, they're not going to attract anyone back.