Restaurant with Wifi for fantasy draft

Just seeing if there is an updated list or other suggestions on a restaurant that has a) Wi-fi b) food c) beer d) a spot where 10-12 people can sit around a table near an outlet and be able to hear one another. Thanks.



about 12 years ago

We have been using Aces on 29th in Superior for the past few years.  It has worked out pretty well. Just make sure you get the front meeting room.

Paul Lundgren

about 12 years ago

PDD has a list of Wi-fi Hot Spots, but it hasn't been updated much in recent years. If anyone has any additions to the list, make it known and we will make those additions/changes.

Chester Creek Cafe is the best place I can think of that meets all the criteria above. You'll want the table in the back part of the restaurant, surrounded by bookshelves.

Sir Benedict's would be my second recommendation. The area away from the bar, near the restrooms would separate your group enough from the rest of the crowd. I just learned yesterday they have pizza at Sir Ben's, and it looked pretty good.

Clyde Ironworks is probably great for this type of thing as well. I can't remember offhand if I've ever tested the Wi-fi there, though, so I can't vouch for that element, but it's probably fine.


about 12 years ago

Clyde's wifi worked just fine last time I was there


about 12 years ago

Famous Dave's recently got wi-fi and they have plenty of space for a large group. Private rooms next door in adventure zone too. Some of the best wings in town. I work there and also do my draft there every year. Come on down and I'll set something up for you!


about 12 years ago

Thanks for the suggestions folks I will have to run it by the vice-commish. Hansel quick question on if the private room costs anything and if there is wait staff for the room.


about 12 years ago

Adventure Zone does charge $25 for a room. Yes, there would be a server available to take care of all the beer drinking and wing scarfing. We'd just need to know a few days ahead of time so we can staff it and reserve the room.

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