Kieran’s Kitchen Northeast resides within the historic Food Building, a space where weddings, corporate events and wine tastings have all been hosted over the years. The building features multiple rooms with high ceilings, skylights and beautiful lighting. Our rooms can be joined or separated, making it a perfect option for your next Northeast Minneapolis event.
There are exciting ways the Food Building can be utilized for a private event. Catering and a full bar are available.
Our Tasting Room is a flexible event space with floor to ceiling glass doors and an artistic light display. The South facing wall has a viewing window looking into Alemar Cheese Company.
Whether you're looking to meet outside the office for a day, host a happy hour, or seat people for a panel discussion, this room is sure to offer an experience unlike anything else in the Twin Cities.
Capacity: 64 seated at tables, or 80 seated in rows of chairs
Square Feet: 750
Built in AV and screen capabilities
A nod to all things fermentation at the Food Building, Bubble Hall is the space you're looking for to create a unique and memorable event. This cozy space has versatility that can be great for off-site meetings, small to medium sized networking events, or as a dance floor for your wedding.
Capacity: 40 seated
Square Feet: 640
Entire Food Building
Our largest space, the Entire Food Building, includes Bubble Hall, the Tasting Room, central Commons space, and the viewing window hallways that connect each production space. By bringing a variety of spaces together, the Food Building is a unique, versatile venue with plenty of ambiance.
The Food Building is a great option for a wedding, or a large social event requiring multiple rooms.
The Food Building includes:
· Large open floor with skylights
· 16 foot projector and full AV capabilities
· Ceiling display and artwork in a variety of mediums.
Capacity: 220 Seated
Square Feet: 3,500
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