Do you ever wish you had a neighborhood restaurant that you can walk into at any time and find all of your friends there? Maybe you already do, but for one night in March, for neighbors in Dayton’s Bluff, that special place is the Strip Club Meat and Fish restaurant. On the last Monday in March, the restaurant closes its doors to the rest of the world and becomes a strictly Dayton’s Bluff hangout. On March 26, join your neighbors at the third annual Dayton’s Bluff Community Council fundraising dinner.
Monday, March 26, 6:00 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council.
Advance ticket sales only. For information call 651-772-2075.
As one of the few fine dining establishments in Dayton’s Bluff, it’s already a hot spot for neighbors. But because of its reputation for great food and drinks and its gorgeous environs, the restaurant draws patrons from all over the Twin Cities (and beyond). Since its opening more than four years ago, the Strip Club has received accolades too numerous to count. Most recently, it was named by City Pages as one of the most romantic restaurants in the Twin Cities. City Pages also captured its classy and comfortable vibe – “It’s a neighborhood joint that is actually a raucous dinner party full of exquisitely fun flirts.”
For the third year in a row, the restaurant is hosting a five-course dinner with wine pairings as a fundraiser for the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council. This dinner has become a much-anticipated event, and guests often leave eager to sign up for next year.
According to Deanna Foster, Executive Director at the Community Council, this event is just one of the ways that the Council builds community spirit. “One of the special things about this event is that it supports a larger community gathering and dinner in October of each year. We are committed to building a more inclusive agenda that welcomes all residents of Dayton’s Bluff. The Strip Club Annual Fundraising Dinner is an important way for some of us to support all of us.”
The restaurant can accommodate a maximum of 60 people, so don’t wait to reserve your place. Advance ticket sales only. Send your payments to Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, 798 East 7th Street, St. Paul, MN 55106 or call 651-772-2075 for more information.