Crooked Pint Ale House will open Monday in Sioux Falls.
The growing chain, which recently opened a restaurant in Grand Forks, North Dakota, will be attached to the full-service Holiday Inn hotel being built on the Elmwood Golf Course.
The city of Sioux Falls in 2016 entered into a public-private partnership to build the four-story, 116-room hotel with the adjoining restaurant.
“We are thrilled to bring Crooked Pint to Sioux Falls,” said Paul Dzubnar, CEO of Hightop Hospitality and franchisor of Crooked Pint Ale House, in a press release. “We think the menu, atmosphere and the entire brand is perfect for the Sioux Falls community.”
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Crooked Pint Ale House, located in the Sports and Entertainment District at 2020 W. Russell Street, will have classic pub furniture with a retractable roof over part of the dining area that can become an outdoor patio when the weather permits. . There is also an outdoor outdoor patio that sits right next to the Elmwood Golf Course.
The chain is known for its stuffed burgers which it calls “Juicy Lucys”. Last spring, the burgers helped win the restaurant‘s distinction in USA Today’s Readers’ Choice Award for Best “Juicy Lucy” in the state of Minnesota, where the chain is from.
But burgers aren’t the only items on the menu. It also offers nearly 60 choices for lunch and dinner, plus weekend brunch and kids’ menus. Over 30 craft beers are also available on tap.
While the restaurant opens next week, the Holiday Inn is still a few months away from completion with an opening slated for early next year.