MC’s Tap House in Brooklyn Park Finds Success with Patio Dining
On a beautiful summer day, there is nothing better than dining on an outdoor patio.
“I think we have one of the biggest patios in Brooklyn Park,” said Matt Lange, general manager of MC’s Tap House.
A big patio to attract big crowds. At least that’s the hope at MC’s Tap House in Brooklyn Park.
The relatively new Brooklyn Park restaurant has 20 beers on tap, a plethora of TVs for people looking to catch a game, and a menu that goes well beyond what you’d find at a typical bar.
“It’s such a variety that people choose a lot of different items,” Lange said of the food selection. “They really like them. I mean, our chef worked really hard creating the menu for this store.”
MC’s Tap House opened April 28 just as the pandemic restrictions began to wind down.
“We were wearing masks at first when we started, and when they lifted the mandate, we went full steam ahead with everything,” he said.
At this Brooklyn Park restaurant, you can certainly find items like juicy burgers and chicken wings, but if you’re searching for something more unique, they also have beignets that will have people reminiscing about the French Quarter.
In the two-and-a-half months since MC’s Tap House had its big opening, customers are already giving it rave reviews.
“It is such a tremendous change from what it used to be when it was the Roasted Pear,” said Russ Conlon, a customer who works in the area. “Very social atmosphere. Love, the center bar layout.”
The dining room has an open atmosphere where people can come with their family and friends for breakfast, lunch or a night on the town.
“It’s going to be a good time in here, get people together and have a fun experience, enjoy some beers,” Lange said.
And while other restaurants have come and gone in this spot, staff members are confident that MC’s Tap House has staying power.
“Exceptional service is what we strive for and making those customers enjoy their experience here so they will come back again,” Lange said.
MC’s Tap House is located off Oak Grove Parkway and Colorado Lane, replacing Roasted Pear at that location.