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food with proper texture, and the intersection, C, represents food that has both. The style of their prime rib may be a little different, but we'll go out on a limb and say that 7th Street's rivaled the famous cut at Kincaid's and for a fraction of the price.
Let's begin by clearing up one significant detail: Though 7th Street Social has a similar moniker, the new St. Paul restaurant is not associated with Northeast Social or Eat Street Social. Rather, as a server informed us, the term "social" refers to the design of their menu, which is composed of dishes large and small that are meant to be shared.
from a biscuit, especially one that promises to be chock full of the sharp flavor of cheddar cheese.
7th Street Social is hit or miss
A handful of small plates passed muster, including the crispy hand cut parsley fries topped with bubbling, broiled Ellsworth cheese curds, and the pickled beets punctuated playfully by a jalape vinaigrette.
One of the most interesting things about 7th Street Social is how intentional the owners are in their collaborations, all of which are with St. Paul based companies. The beer batter for the beautifully bronzed onion rings is made with Summit; there's a gigantic Kro Nut stuffed with sweet, peanutty, maple laced pastry cream and crushed Nut Goodies a nod to neighbor Clickkeyword[Pearson's+Candy+Company]" >Pearson's Candy; and the pot roast is braised with Flat Earth's Cygnus X 1. These are nice touches, but the execution needs polishing.
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These two little nuggets of knowledge are good to keep in mind when ordering, first because the portions are absolutely colossal, and second because the bar program at 7th Street doesn't take the same approach as the other unrelated Socials. Though somewhat adventurous in flavor and ingredient combinations, the cocktails here aren't made with designer bitters or topped with a frothy cap of whipped egg white. Drinks may be devilishly strong like the St. Paul Sour, which was indeed mouth puckering, with Bulleit rye, lemon juice, simple syrup, and a float of red wine and other times so gentle you might wonder if there's any alcohol in them at all, like the Dirty Boy, a Jameson, ginger, and grapefruit drink that went down like breakfast bar juice. This uneven treatment applies to the overall experience at 7th Street Social, which was marked by inconsistency and a stark range of highs and lows that left us wondering what the average visit was really like.
The most disappointing of all dishes was also the most expensive thing on the menu. In the $20 plus range for entrees, people don't necessarily prepare themselves for a life changing moment, but it's only natural that their expectations start to increase as prices go up. 7th Street's lobster skillet pot pie with cream gravy, bell peppers, and peas hinted at having a rustic, Clickkeyword[New+England]" >New England fisherman's lunch type charm to it, but unfortunately the herbed biscuit top suffered the same problems as the one that came with the fried chicken, only this time the texture was off, too. Moreover, the topping creates an airtight seal on the bowl, trapping steam in and cooking the chunks of lobster until they're tough and chewy.
Less successful items included the pot roast, which was presented with three monoliths of meat, each tender enough but lacking in salt; carrot rounds bigger than a silver dollar; and a mountain of skin on mashed potatoes that were stodgy and almost sweet. While the fried chicken did have a lot of herb and salt seasoning on the very browned exterior, there was not a lot of flavor or juiciness upon biting through to the meat. The texture of the accompanying biscuit was just sublime layer upon soft, flaky layer of dough but it was without the buttery, salty taste you expect Nike Hat Boy
West Seventh Street, particularly the blocks more removed from the busy downtown area, is peppered with under appreciated dive bars, longstanding family run restaurants that haven't changed so much as the wallpaper since they opened, and New Era 39thirty Star Wars some hidden gems that regulars prefer to keep that way. While the area is not entirely devoid of dining options, the residents just up the hill at the edge of Clickkeyword[Highland+Park+(Brooklyn)]" >Highland Park and across the river in Mendota Heights are hungry for a new go to neighborhood eatery that's fresh yet familiar. In so many ways, 7th Street Social ticks those boxes. It's roomy and well divided, with a mix of intimate two tops, space to accommodate large groups, and spots at the bar where you can dine alone or watch the game with a buddy. The menu has enough meat and potatoes type dishes to make your grandparents comfortable, a few dishes that will intrigue your foodie friends, and a simple Margherita flatbread or plain griddled cheeseburger for the kiddos. But the restaurant's blind spots are significant and tend to cluster around the two big S's: service and Arizona Diamondbacks Hats New Era
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