ESTABLISHED IN 1857, REESTABLISHED IN 2017,
WALDMANN BREWERY & WURSTERY IS PROOF AND TRIBUTE TO THE PIONEERING SPIRT.
First opened prior to the Civil War by Bavarian immigrant Anton Waldmann and his wife Mina, Waldmann is the oldest surviving saloon building in the Twin Cities, now reborn as a brewery, historic taproom and German-themed restaurant. Meticulously restored to its frontier grace and simplicity, Waldmann once again welcomes all with the warmth of its wood stoves and pewter table lamps, its traditionally-crafted Pilsener, Dunkel Lager, Wiener, rotating Wiezen and seasonal German beers, and its house-made wursts, salads and other honest fare. Waldmann is a humble, memorable place—full of stories and tradition that just may inspire you to make a few of your own.
Hours: Sunday • 11am to 9pm | Tuesday – Thursday • 11am to 10pm | Friday and Saturday • 11am to 11pm
Address: 445 Smith Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota 55102