MSP airport’s newest cocktail bar

Heading to or through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport soon?

Here at Stuck at the Airport, we are all about cool amenities and shops and restaurants that reflect the local community.

So, we’re curious to check out the newest addition at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport: The Cocktail Room at 18th and Central in Terminal 1 Concourse A.

A collaboration between HMSHost Tattersall Distilling, The Cocktail Room at 18th and Central shows off the craft distilling movement in Minnesota and beyond.

The new bar gets its name from Tattersall Distilling’s location in Northeast Minneapolis, and one of its most popular drinks.

Tattersall Distilling is a nationally acclaimed Minneapolis-based craft distiller, which makes organic vodka, straight rye whiskey, apple brandy, aquavit, gin and an extensive portfolio of liqueurs, all with an emphasis on using local ingredients and sustainable practices.

In addition to the unique drink options and specialty cocktails on the menu created for the MSP venue, many of the bar bites and plates are made from locally sourced ingredients.

Signature items menu items include smoked salmon, lemon pepper wings, house-made onion dip, and chicken bacon flatbread. 

There’s also house popcorn, so we’re totally there.

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2 thoughts on “MSP airport’s newest cocktail bar

  1. Odd, we can see them from this end, but will recheck/reload. Thanks for the alert. And thanks for reading StuckatTheAirport.com

  2. Mike Frisco says:

    Images are broken on this post, yo.

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