When it comes to whiskey, Dalton and Wade on Washington Avenue in Minneapolis is where it’s at.
A neighborhood gathering spot that boasts over 200 American whiskeys and meat galore.
Think smoked meats, shrimp and grits, pimento cheese toast, crispy chicken, hushpuppies, and cornbread biscuits with sorghum butter.
And for dessert, you cant forget the apple pie and banana pudding.
With nods to the Western bar theme, the restaurant is named after the main characters in the 80’s cult classic Roadhouse.
If you aren’t familiar: Bouncers played by Patrick Swayze and Sam Elliott save a nightclub in a small Missouri town.
The 4,000-square-foot rustic, industrial-chic restaurant comes complete with a horse and cowboy mural by local artist Carter Averback and a chandelier made from vintage leather belts.
Quick note: It can be a little hard to find the place. It’s in the new T3 building behind Déjà Vu.