For $500-per-person, small groups can have St. Paul Grill to themselves

The new pandemic-friendly dining experience is now being offered by the St. Paul institution.
Publish date:

A rare kind of dining experience is now being offered by the St. Paul Grill that will see a small group of diners take over the entire restaurant.

The pandemic-friendly offer will see the restaurant made available to groups of 6-10 family and friends at a cost of $500-a-head.

For the outlay, diners will have their own private bartender, server and chef for their five-course meal that includes a choice of entrees such as ribeye steak, lamb chops, crab cakes, glazed duck, or walleye.

Per the August menu, starters include bacon, pan-seared scallops, and a seafood tower that comprises lobster, oysters, shrimp cocktail, and yellow-fin tuna.

As well as getting your choice of cocktail, wine, or champagne from the bar, diners can choose from more than 50 wines to accompany their dinner.

The limited-time event starts this Wednesday, Aug. 26, and will run through Saturday, Oct. 30, with the $500-per-head price including a service charge and sales tax.

You can find out more about the promotion here.

Follow Bring Me The News on YouTube

Next Up