VENUE DETAILS

Flame

Price:

$$

Cuisine Type:

American, American casual

Serves:

Lunch, Dinner

Handicap Accessible:

No

Outdoor Seating:

Yes

Handicap Accessible:

No

Outdoor Seating:

Yes

REVIEW

The team behind Mission American Kitchen and Atlas Grill in Minneapolis and Via in Edina, is the force behind Flame. That fire theme is taken literally: A wall of gas flames occasionally erupts off a mesquite-burning grill, torches shoot from a vast steel kitchen hood and s’mores-loving diners can roast marshmallows over a flickering Sterno heat source. Hoopla aside, the kitchen focuses on simple roasted meats. There’s rotisserie chicken or slow-cooked spice-rubbed beef, sold as plates with a half-dozen side dish options or available family-style for four, six and eight people, all about $10 to $12 per person. Salads include an arrangement of grilled vegetables or greens punched with rotisserie chicken and a tart lime vinaigrette. Slow-roasted beef and pork, as well as a house-smoked turkey and three burger variations headline the sandwich selection. Steak and chicken are skewered or land in fajitas while shrimp gets the skillet-fried treatment. It’s all very approachable and affordable (most prices fall under $12), and clearly aimed at the crowds coming from and going to the 14-screen cineplex next door. The bar shakes up a long list of cocktails, and the airy space, done up in brick and honey-tinted woods, feels like a high-class roadhouse.

Where:

Flame
863 Rosedale Center Plaza
Roseville, MN
651-315-5005

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