Minneapolis

We’re excited to welcome you back to enjoy a cocktail with us! Here are a few things you’ll need to know as you plan your visit: 

  • Please make a reservation (below) before you arrive.
  • Upon arrival, a host will check you in and seat your party. 
  • All drink orders and payments will be handled through a secure site on your phone. Guests can order separately or on one device. If you don’t have a mobile device, we can provide you with a printed menu. 
  • Our staff is happy to help with recommendations, or questions about the ordering process. 
  • Our dog-friendly patio is first-come, first-served. 

RESERVATIONS

hours

Reopening June 3rd
Thursday 4-10pm
Friday 4-10pm
Saturday 2-10pm
Sunday-Wednesday Closed


Please view our COVID preparedness plan
here.

Resident Food Truck: Nashville Coop

Nashville-inspired hot chicken that will put a smile on your face and tears in your eyes.

View their menu

location

The historic Thorpe building in Northeast Minneapolis:

1620 Central Ave NE.

STE 150

experience

history

Built in 1902, the Thorp Building was originally home to Thorp Doors, which made heavy-duty sliding metal-clad fire doors. During World War II, General Mills Mechanical Division occupied the building to secretly manufacture highly classified military equipment — namely the Norden Bomb Sight and the Ryan Listening Device, the predecessor to the Black Box.

The Norden Bomb Site project was under of a veil of secrecy well into the war and was part of a then-unprecedented production effort on the same scale as the Manhattan Project. Protected by the FBI and CIA, two guard towers remain on the property from the secret operations.

Now you can ponder the long storied history of the building over a Tattersall cocktail.

join the team

If you’re interested in working the cocktail room, please contact kodi@tattersalldistilling.com