6 Eagan Restaurants Near Verizon Vikings Training Camp
All the action that’s about to take place at Verizon Vikings Training Camp is bound to make a person hungry! We’ve got the closest and most delicious dining options below. If you want to really get out and enjoy Eagan, take a look at our dining page for the 100+ incredible eateries in Eagan.
Union 32 Craft House – 0.9 miles from Training Camp
Basically located in the backyard of Viking Lakes, the Minnesota Vikings brand new headquarters and training facility, you will find a beer haven unlike any other. Union 32 Craft House is the place to be during Vikings Training Camp, not only because it’s less than a mile away, but also because it’s home to the legendary beer wall. Take your pick and pour yourself any of the 32 homegrown beers, lagers and ales. Try one or try five, it’s up to you. This brewpub definitely takes advantage of its beer wall focal point, but don’t let that distract you from the food. You can choose from the classics like nachos and wings or indulge in some eats from the “What the Truck Menu”. The Final Final Roast Beef is a fan favorite topped with Final Final Nacho Beer Cheese Sauce or the Marky Mark may have your name written all over it, especially if your name is Mark 😉 Great food, Minnesota craft beer, an outdoor patio and live music AND right across the street from Viking Lakes? We’ll see you there.
Starks Bar & Grill – 1.7 miles from Training Camp
This neighborhood joint has been a local favorite in Eagan since 1975 and the regulars keep on comin’. Don’t be afraid if you’re a visitor though, Starks’ staff will treat you like one of their own with exceptional service, top notch food and a friendly, warm atmosphere. Known for serving up homestyle breakfast delights like Gary’s Favorite which is a delicious combination of American fries topped with ham, bacon, sausage and more on top of eggs with gravy and toast or pancakes. You may not need a meal for the rest of the day after that doozy! Hunker up to the bar for a tasty lunch or dinner in the historic space all while getting geared up for line dancing, live music or a few rounds of pool. Starks’ mantra is, “Come for the food! Stay for the fun!” and we couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Volstead House Whiskey Bar & Speakeasy – 3.1 miles from Training Camp
Just a few miles down the road from Viking Lakes stands a speakeasy that you may or may not know about due to its hidden location, but we’ve got you covered. Just walk into Burgers and Bottles, which we will be talking about soon, and head to the red door in the back. You’re then transported to the Prohibition-era – dark wood, dim lighting, whiskey barrels and a beautiful liquor bottle wall display. While Volstead House is intimate and secretive, it’s become a hugely popular spot for visitors and residents alike. With unique signature cocktails like Hibiscus Rum Punch served in a flaming tiki bowl for two or a rum and banana concoction called the Cunning Monkey, your thirst will be quenched no matter what. For the hungry fan, Volstead House serves up tasty plates such as Crab Cakes, Steak Bites or the Cuban Fish Taco. You can’t forget to top off your speakeasy experience with dessert! The Raspberry Storm is a must, trust us.
Burgers and Bottles – 3.1 miles from Training Camp