Burgers, beer and palindromes at Pat's Tap

  • Article by: RICK NELSON , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 8, 2012 - 9:52 AM

A boisterous new Kim Bartmann venture is equal parts neighborhood bar and home away from home.

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jaklynApr. 5, 12 5:30 AM

I have also encountered lack of product at Bread and Pickle. Hard to understand why a restauranteur would run their business like this. Love new places, but ambience without menu selection does not make patrons return. To bad.

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aphlolApr. 5, 12 8:12 AM

Love this place! The bland, market researched to death corporate crowd could take note what character looks like.

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gpatriotApr. 5, 1211:57 AM

Seriously. The burger sounds tempting, but since when is it ok to charge 10 for a burger with no cheese ($2 extra) and no fries ($2 extra)? Crazy in any economy. These places are all the same. They open, the rich yuppies that can afford to go all try to jam the place for a few months, then they close when the next new place comes along and their novelty wears off. Price your food more reasonably and you will reach a broader market that will be more loyal than the novelty-obsessed rich.

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MSUDTGApr. 5, 12 2:49 PM

Pats is a nice place, but just not meant for anyone making less then $50k a year. Very spendy, but good.

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