Roseville has something for every taste. Known having 40+ breweries and hundreds of acclaimed dining options, the Twin Cities offer an eclectic mix of mouthwatering favorites – and Roseville’s in the heart of them all. If you’re big on eating and drinking your way through a new city, explore these stops for three bites and three brews you have to try.
“Give this place a try”
Destination: Lucky’s 13 Pub
“Bartenders were super cool and there were plenty of variety on the beer taps. Popcorn at the bar was a nice surprise and it was fresh and of course addicting. They claim on the menu their burgers are all hand pattied angus beef and, yeah, when you bite into one you know it’s not from a frozen bag full of hockey pucks.
“Kicking ourselves for not going sooner.”
Destination: La Tapatia
“I’m usually not the biggest fan of street style Mexican food but OMG my mind may be changed now. The food tasted authentic and was so good. I got the chorizo and carne asada tacos. The chorizo was some of the best I’ve had around here.”
“The crispy crust was perfection.”
Destination: Pizza Lucé
“The server recommended the Ruby Rae as one of her favorites, and it is essentially upside down pizza with sauce on top. It was so awesome and delish. Just thinking about it makes me want to fly back there to MN and inhale another Ruby Rae.”
“Super chill place with a diverse selection.”
Destination: Brent Brewstillery
“The staff are always nice and helpful, and the owners are great! They have created a laid back and welcoming atmosphere. They keep a few of their beers on tap year round, but are always changing up their other selections as the seasons change. It’s great because I have my old faves to fall back on, but can always try something new.”
“Spent three hours here because it was that good.”
Destination: Surly Brewing
“The BEST brewery I have been to yet! There is a huge outdoor space, upstairs for pizza and downstairs for everything else. If you’re looking for a good time with friends, a place for a date or family night (honestly), this is a great place.”
Visit Roseville Pro Tip: Check out the store at Surly for merch and souvenir tees.
“Too damn good!”
Destination: High Pines Brewing in the Tipsy Steer
“The beer list is growing, and all beers have been fabulous so far. If you have questions about the beer, the local brewer is generally there and very passionate about his work. The beertenders and staff were amazing. Very family friendly! They rented the kitchen to the Tipsy Steer so come hungry.”
Once you’ve bit off a forkful of fun, you’ll need a place to get a full night of sleep. Enter stage left: Roseville’s 12 hotel options. Here, indoor pools, shuttle services, and complimentary breakfasts are only the start of perks that make your visit one to remember. Browse these hotels to secure your stay.