Dalton & Wade Whiskey Common might be the new kid on the block, but you’d never know that walking through the doors.

Well worn and rugged, this neighborhood joint in Minneapolis’ North Loop is warm and comfortable with a genuine sense of hospitality. Guests are welcome to pull up a stool and have a drink at the bar, while classic country, blues and rockabilly music fills the air from a curated jukebox.

A straightforward menu features country-style home cooking, smoked meats that fall off the bone, and the sides you grew up eating at Grandma’s dinner table. Whether you’re looking for a new take on an Old Fashioned or a tall can of Budweiser, they’ve got you covered. But as a whiskey common, more than 200 bottles of American whiskey are proudly stocking the shelves.

The concept of Dalton & Wade was created by five lifelong friends. Their inspiration came from Western Wednesdays, a weekly tradition where the group would get together to make country food, share stories over some bottles of whiskey, and watch old Western films.