The Local West End

Location

1607 Park Place Blvd
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Hours

Tues – Sat: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Contact

952-247-0200

With its cozy snugs and gleaming wooden pub tables, The Local West End is your go-to place for traditional Irish fare, watching the game and throwing back a pint or two. Flags, scarves and jerseys abound during broadcasts of soccer and rugby matches. Toast a victory with a perfectly poured Guinness or a shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey. The space features a hand-carved back bar and short snugs with tall ceilings and cut class reflecting the lighting of another era. In summer, grab a Guinness and relax on the patio.

Features & Amenities

chicken shots with honey whiskey glaze
wee lunch
pub pretzels with cheese sauce

The Food

Start your meal with some notoriously addictive whiskey-honey glazed chicken shots or bacon tots. For lunch, order off the Wee Lunch menu and enjoy pint-sized versions of their most popular dishes served with fries and a wee green salad – perfect for a workday meal and only $10. For dinner, you can’t go wrong with the classics: Shepherd’s pie, corned beef & cabbage or fish & chips. They also make a highly satisfying pub curry and their chicken sandwich, loaded with bacon and pepper jack cheese, also comes topped with their delicious whiskey-honey glaze. Be sure to save room for dessert. Feeney’s Irish Cream Cheesecake is a favorite, as is their banana bread pudding topped with caramel sauce.

On weekends, stop in for brunch. Choose from fluffy omelets, savory corned beef hash, and, of course, their ever-popular and ever-delicious French toast. Add in a bar full of tasty drinks (bloody marys or mimosas anyone?) and they’ll help you start your weekend off right. Brunch is served on Saturday from 11 am – 2 pm and Sunday from 10 am – 2 pm.

The Cooper Room meeting space
hand carved bar
exterior of The Local

Events

The Local offers two private spaces for hosting your next happy hour, corporate event, birthday party, or a simple gathering of friends. The larger Cooper Room, with wood paneling and decorative tin ceiling, offers seating for 40. A smaller room, tucked behind the bar, has space for 15.