Traditional hangout offering creative gastropub fare & a full bar, plus happy hours & patio seating.
Brunson's Pub is the neighborhood gathering place for all to enjoy thoughtful food and drink.Â The atmosphere will bring you back in time to when Payne Avenue was the place to be.Â This area was built on hard work, and at Brunson's we pay that homage â€“ working hard every day to serve you.
Benjamin Brunson was an original land surveyor of St. Paul.Â He built and lived in a house which is believed to be the oldest standing brick house in St. Paul, specifically Railroad Island.Â Brunson's house is about 1 mile away from the Pub; it is easy to imagine he spent a fair amount of his free time on Payne Ave. Wanting to give the pub a name that reflects the neighborhood's history â€“ Brunson's Pub was born.
Thomas LaFleche had a dream: To create a place for people to come together to enjoy excellent food, drink, and people. After working in the industry for 26 years â€“ that dream has come true as Brunson's Pub.
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