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10 Spots for Patio Dining in Shakopee
Savor the warm weather and local eats at these restaurant patios. Whatever type of cuisine your taste buds are craving, there’s an outdoor dining option for you in Shakopee.
Sip a margarita and dig into an order of nachos on the streetside patio at Bravis, right in the heart of downtown Shakopee. Bravis specializes in Mexican-inspired street food, including burritos, chilaquiles, and tacos. In addition to cocktails, the beverage list includes Mexican and local beers, wine, and refreshing non-alcoholic beverages.
105 Lewis Street S; 952-417-6182; bravismn.com
The patio at O’Brien’s Public House overlooks Huber Park in downtown Shakopee, offering a relaxing spot to enjoy a pint and pub fare. The menu includes Irish favorites like fish and chips and pub pies, as well as appetizers, flatbreads, salads, burgers, and sandwiches.
338 1st Avenue E; 952-217-5490; obrienspublichousemn.com
The screened patio at Dangerfield’s Restaurant has a rustic feel, with leafy trees and a view of the adjacent pond—you might even spot some local wildlife. The menu of classic American cuisine includes pasta, steak, seafood, salads, and burgers.
1583 1st Avenue E; 952-445-2245; dangerfieldsmn.com
McCoy’s Copper Pint has a spacious outdoor patio as well as a rooftop terrace. The globally-inspired menu has something for everyone, including wood stone pizzas with creative toppings, classic steaks and burgers, street tacos, and rice bowls.
1710 Crossings Boulevard; 952-456-8643; mccoyscopperpint.com
Turtle’s Bar & Grill offers outdoor seating in downtown Shakopee. Most menu items are made from scratch, including the fried chicken and the pizza, which features homemade sauce and house-blended sausage. Other specialties include Angus beef burgers, sandwiches, salads, and pasta. There’s also an extensive tap list featuring over two dozen selections from local craft breweries.
132 1st Avenue E; 952-445-9668; turtlesbarandgrill.com\
Enjoy Mexican cuisine on the patio at Pablo’s Mexican Restaurant. The margarita flights hit the spot on a sunny day, especially paired with an order of guacamole or queso dip. The extensive menu features tacos, combination plates, fajitas, burritos and more, and there’s also a dedicated gluten-free menu with dozens of options.
230 Lewis Street S; 952-445-9218; pablosmexican.com
Muddy Cow Bar & Grill has a large patio with fire pits. The family-friend sports bar serves a crowd-pleasing menu of appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and pizzas. Burgers are made with fresh beef sourced from farms within 300 miles, and 2-for-1 food and drink specials are offered daily.
1244 Canterbury Road; 952-446-7961; muddycowbar.com/shakopee
The outdoor terrace at Stonebrooke Bar & Restaurant appeals to golfers and non-golfers alike, with a firepit and views of the fairways and illuminated waterfalls. The menu includes salads, sandwiches, flatbreads, and hearty entrees, plus breakfast items on Sunday morning.
2693 County Road 79; 952-496-3171; stonebrooke.com/restaurant/info
Shakopee Brewhall has not one but two patios: a streetside patio out front, and a covered patio on the roof that overlooks downtown Shakopee. The tap list includes crisp lagers, IPAs, sours, and more, plus hard seltzer, kombucha, and nitro cold press. The taproom serves snacks, or you can order delivery from a nearby restaurant.
124 1st Avenue E; 952-582-4292; shakopeebrewhall.com
Badger Hill Brewing has a dog-friendly patio. Enjoy an ever-changing tap list of interesting beers and hard seltzer, plus non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Food trucks are on-site on the weekends.
4571 Valley Industrial Boulevard S; 952-230-2739; badgerhillbrewing.com
In addition to being a great place for patio dining, Shakopee is a great place to stay! Shakopee is home to Valleyfair (the largest amusement park in the upper Midwest), Canterbury Park, and the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and is conveniently located to area attractions including Mystic Lake Casino, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, and Chanhassen Dinner Theater.