AMERICAN-CANADIAN FUSION GASTROPUB
(n) a hybrid pub, bar, & restaurant, notable for serving alcoholic drinks and culinary inspired bar grubs influenced by different cuisines
(n) a district present in Minot in the 1920s, notable for the presence of gambling, prostitution and alcohol during prohibition helping Minot earn the nickname "Little Chicago"; currently, is an establishment marrying Minot's history and the modern era in downtown Minot
Bostow is the main dining area with an open kitchen located on the first storey. All ages are welcome to enjoy culinary-inspired bar food with your friends, family or strangers.
This area is named after The Bostow Service Station which was a Mobil franchise gas station that was located on the present site of The Flower Box, owned by the Bostow family from 1949 to 1969.
Vendome Bar is located on the second storey wherein you can access our all-season rooftop patio with beautiful views of downtown Minot. It is open to our patrons 21 years old and older and is ADA accessible.
This area was named after the Vendome Bar owned by the Harmon Family that was on the High Third District.
The DeeDee is a boutique events space that can hold up to 120 guests on our third storey. It features its own bar area, has ADA accessibility and a beautiful blank canvas for your next event.
On High Third Street, the Grill was operated by Dee Dee Govan. He was famous for Dee Dee's Hot Tamales.
7 1st St. SE
Minot, ND 58701
Everyday, but Christmas