Anchor Fish & Chips in Minneapolis
The Anchor Fish & Chips is tucked in a modest building in a section of Nordeast (its how the locals say it) Minneapolis. The 'hood's got a definite hipster vibe, but whether that's your scene or not, The Anchor is worth a stop. It will only hold a few dozen people, so make sure to get there early if you go on a weekend because they don't take reservations. Try anything from the small list of fairly traditional Irish fare. As for myself, I haven't been able to tear myself away from the title entree -- it's too good!
By Chris Welch, CNN
The Anchor has hardly priced out the art crowd. An eight-ounce hunk of battered cod can be had for $8.50, and comes with thick, hand-cut fries. According to Jenny Crouser, one of the owners, friends from the neighborhood spent months renovating the former art gallery, often at no charge. Local carpenters built the bar — a beam of Douglas fir from a 115-year-old barn — in exchange for 420 pints of beer.
By Michael Tortorello
Business Hours at Anchor Fish & Chips
|Tuesday||4pm - Midnight||4pm - Midnight|
|Wednesday||4pm - Midnight||4pm - Midnight|
|Thursday||4pm - Midnight||4pm - Midnight|
|Friday||4pm - 1am||4pm - 1am|
|Saturday||4pm - 1am||4pm - 1am|
|Sunday||4pm - Midnight||4pm - Midnight|