Hours: Sun 11am-12am, Mon-Thu 3pm-1:30am, Fri-Sat 11am-1:30am
Price: $; $$
The Crow’s Nest in Maplewood offers a laid back atmosphere without slacking in the kitchen or bar. The food menu offers plentiful options for both meat lovers (burgers, meat loaf, deep fried deviled eggs, french dip) and vegetarians (chili served in a pretzel bowl, house-made veggie burger, grilled cheese sandwich with apple compote and honey). The Crow’s Nest also has Metal Brunch on Sundays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. with all the old favorites: eggs benedict, french toast, omelets, breakfast tacos and burgers made with “the blackest of angus beef,” in addition to chicken and waffles and a veggie slinger. The Crow’s Nest has a slew of daily drink specials and weekly events. Happy hour is every Sunday through Thursday from 4-6 p.m., offering specials like $1 off draft beers, $2 PBR tall boys and $2 Stag pints. Weekly events include Arbitrary Judgment on Monday nights, a “completely absurd” trivia game hosted by RFT favorite Kenny Snarzyk, sponsored by Four Hands and therefore resulting in cheap pints. Specials can also be found during Taco Tuesdays and regular trivia nights on Thursdays.
waffle fries, bacon, brown gravy, and gouda jalapeno cheese sauce, garnished with green onions
8 oz hamburger patty on top of breakfast potatoes, smothered in meatless chili and topped with gouda jalapeno cheese sauce and a fried egg, served with toast
house-made savory 3 bean veggie patty with smoked gouda, mixed greens, tomato, garlic-pepper mayo and olive tapenade, on wheat bun. Vegan, served with hummus and BBQ sauce instead of cheese and mayo
Cheddar, swiss, gouda, parmesan, goat cheese, gorgonzola; Chorizo, bacon, herbs, tomato, green onions, green peppers, mushrooms. Smother your omelette in chili, gouda jalapeno cheese sauce, brown gravy or white gravy $2