The Crooked Pint Ale House announced today their newest restaurant in Faribault is opening Thursday, September 6th at 125 1st Avenue Northeast.  Crooked Pint is known for their wide range of award-winning Juicy Lucy's, like the Beer Cheese Lucy and the Peanut Butter and Bacon Lucy.  In April of 2017, Crooked Pint won USA Today's Reader's Choice Award for Best Juicy Lucy in Minnesota.

The Faribault restaurant is owned by Jeremy Brown and local businessmen Joe Donahue and Princeton Kokku.  In a news release announcing the opening date Brown says, "Ever since we announced that we were bringing Crooked Pint to this great community, we've been inundated with excitement and support.  Now that we have our opening date, we can't wait to show the folks of Faribault our great food, service and community involvement."

The news release goes on to say, "The menu features classic pub far with over 50 choices for lunch and dinner as well as weekend brunch and kid's menu selections.  Other menu mainstays include Signature Burgers, Pub Pot Pies, Pub Tacos and a great selection of Shareables like Totchoes, featuring jumbo tater tots, or The Gigantic Pretzel."

"True to it's name, the restaurant offers a generous selection of craft beers, featuring mostly local and regional favorites on tap.  Wines are also prominent, with a large list of varieties to choose from.  In addition, Crooked Pint offers a vast array of unique bourbons and scotches."

Visit www.crookedpint.com for additional information, including a complete menu.

Crooked Pint Ale House Faribault. Photo by Gordy Kosfeld