something wrong every time. i have only been here a few times but each time was unpleasant in some way. food is served long after it has been cooked so it is cold or hard when you get it. the servers are very rude and dont seem to like talking to people. the drinks are watered down and to top it off joseph senser hit and killed the chef from true thai ( one of the best restaurants and one of the friendliest chefs in the state) and just kept going. bottom line, dont go here its all looks and nothing else. you might get hit and killed by joe himself. hope that lawsuit hits him real hard.
first time and blown away!. I was in town for a meeting and stayed at the radisson and asked the front desk where to go watch my team the Titans. They informed of Joe Senser's and man you walk in and there are at least 30 tvs in this place and most of them were huge! Sat at the bar and the bartender was very personable even though it was busy! He recommended the wood roasted chicken and he didn't let me down it was amazing. I cant wait to go back to Roseville for another meeting so I can make my way down and catch the game and try some other food!
Best Burger in town and every game on a big screen. If you are a sports fan who wouldn't love all those big screens. The food was fantastic. From the Jumbo Chicken WIngs to the 1/2 pound sirloin burger to the ice cold taps. It was great night. Service was exceptional. These guys know what they are doing.
great food, good times. I get to Minneapolis once a year for a weekend Twins series. I always stay at the Days Inn in Roseville so I hang out at Sensers during my spare time. Food is always good, lots of big screens to watch various sporting events. I go to the bathroom a lot so i run down the block to my hotel because it's more comfortable. Then I walk back to Sensers.
Like its former Viking owner, sports bar Senser's is a solid player, offering good food in a jock-friendly atmosphere..
1981 Pro Bowl tight end Joe Senser's three sports bars draw in people who live, breathe and eat sports. The ambience is definitely sporty, with walls of neon beer signs, autographed jerseys and photos. Most dishes are named after Minnesota sports luminaries: There are Sandy Stevens' Hot Pastrami Sandwich; and Tom Reid's Special (firm walleye, broiled or pan-fried). The crispy, lightly breaded onion rings are a Senser's specialty. Salads and sandwiches round out the menu.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Since the old management has ventured elsewhere, the restaurant has been thriving. New menu items and a more customer-friendly atmosphere have created a hidden gem among sports bars. The specials are the best improvement. Why run a special and be a stickler about the details. Specials are meant to create business and Sensers stands by their customers. Has NTN gaming and an overabundance of TV's so I can watch my favorite game. My new home away from home!
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