• Exterior, restaurant sign, closeup
  • Hot dogs, chips, and two glasses of beer, top view
  • Roasted Pork Nachos

About us

Fantastic local beer. Scratch-made food. Craft cocktails. Well-chosen wines.

Town Hall Station sits on the corner of Valley View and Wooddale, in a converted 1950’s filling station. We’re focused on serving high-quality scratch prepared food and drink in a welcoming atmosphere, with uncompromised hospitality and attention to our customers.

Our own award-winning Town Hall Brewery beers are reason enough for a visit, but we’ve got a lot more to offer than top-notch taps. A glass of wine on the patio on a summer afternoon—dinner with friends followed by a classic, or not so classic, cocktail—beers while watching a ballgame after a long week of work.

No matter the occasion, we’re here for you—if you haven’t checked us out, we hope you come by and say hello. At Town Hall you’re always amongst friends (perhaps you just haven’t met some of them yet).

Full service; same price – continuing neighborhood traditions

Our building wasn’t always a bar and restaurant. From 1955-2014, it was home to a small gas station and repair shop, named Wally’s Service Station. The sign in front of Wally’s reminds generations of customers that they needn’t pay more to be treated well—and while we can’t change your oil, we can maintain the same tradition of customer service.

Team town hall – twenty years of minneapolis brewing ready for an Edina debut

In 1997, Town Hall Brewery opened in the Seven Corners’ neighborhood, just east of downtown Minneapolis. For more than twenty years, we’ve been brewing world-class beer ten barrels at a time. In fact, we’ve won more medals at the prestigious Great American Beer Festival than any other Minnesota brewery.

As a brewpub, we’re not worried about selling six-packs to people in every state of the country. We’re focused on creative, carefully-crafted beers served fresh and close to the source. Town Hall Station is the fourth restaurant in the Town Hall family (and the first outside of Minneapolis), all within a few miles of the brewery on Washington Ave. We’ve worked hard to create welcoming, comfortable locations, with character that reflect the communities around them. Whether you’re here for the beer, for a scratch-made meal, or for cocktails and conversation, we appreciate the opportunity to welcome you to our corner of the neighborhood.