Chamber Celebrates Reopening of Patriots Tavern

Brent Pilrain cuts the ribbon with his brother Brian, parents Dave and Joy, and their amazing staff. Photo courtesy Artistic Product Photography.

February 2017. Stillwater, MN. The Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce celebrated the reopening of Patriots Tavern on February 6 in Stillwater.  Patriots Tavern owners, staff, customers, and Chamber Ambassadors attended the event.

Established in March 2011, Patriots Tavern is locally owned and operated by the Pilrain Family and has grown to be a favorite for locals. On November 5 in the early morning, a kitchen fire caused quite a bit of damage and Brent Pilrain was unable manage things at that time due to illness. His brother Brian, who normally runs their other highly successful establishment, Roma Restaurant in Willernie, was the lead after the fire. Patriots Tavern was closed for the holidays while doing repairs and remodeling and are just now back open for business, relaunching their full menu.

“We are thrilled to be back open!” stated Brent Pilrain. “It’s been a crazy few months, and we are so grateful for the support of the Stillwater community – we welcome them back open arms!”

Located in Liberty Village, Patriots Tavern has grown to become a local favorite, specializing in early American favorites with a modern twist. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Pilrain family take great pride in using the freshest of ingredients and taking care of their customers. From wood fire pizzas, to lobster mac and cheese and fish & chips, their menu appeals to a wide range of culinary preferences. They source ingredients locally as much as possible, supporting local businesses, farms, and breweries. Their most popular menu items are Patriot Burgers, Tavern Steak Bites, and Mahi Fish Tacos.   

The Pilrain family are proud community members and support school fundraisers, boy scouts, local church events, benefits, Harvestfest, Lumberjack Days, and VAA youth sports.

Patriots Tavern

145 New England Place

Stillwater, MN 55082


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