We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Red River Kitchen truck is parked by a historic mill on the Mississippi in St. Paul. The orders are taken inside with a good selection of beers on tap and by the can. The food comes from the truck and and is casual food...More
Everything is good......and I mean everything! Unfortunately it is a seasonal venue and only open May - September. It is right on the Mississippi. We have been for dinner and also jsut for a drink on many occasions.
We wandered downtown St. Paul on a Sunday and stumbled upon the red river kitchen off of Shepherd Road overlooking the Mississippi River.
The street tacos were absolutely delicious, they had locally made beer as well as homemade treats. The building itself was large enough...More
I feel like you either need to live in the river side condo's, bike here or be lucky enough to get one of the few parking spots that prevent this from being a real destination. The space is large, wide open, kinda empty but has...More
Casual and inviting. Seat yourself by the water. Feel free to move the tables by the water or grab chairs as needed. See the barges up close. Watch the boats on the Mississippi. Order at the counter and they'll deliver the food. Free parking is...More
This food truck is tucked between the Mississippi River and apartments on Shepard Road, near downtown across from Harriet Island. It's on a former industrial site, in an open air building, really more of a shelter. You order and pay for your food at the...More
LOVE the Kimchi Pully Nachos but waited 50 minutes to get it. It wasn’t that busy. Got a seat by the river. Asked about 20 minutes in as to the wait. Told it was busy. 20 minutes later waitress came around stating last call for...More
Our family had a leisurely lunch here the other day. It was not busy so plenty of room. Only issue was there was a great big barge tied up along the outside so we had no view of the river, which is what we were...More