Cuisine: American, Burgers, Dessert, Steak, Ribs, Kids Menu
Restaurant Features: Bar, Catering, Flat Screen TVs, Happy Hour, Pull-Tabs, On-Site Parking, Sports Bar
Locations: Bloomington, Eagan, Plymouth and Roseville
Addresses & Maps:
Bloomington–4217 American Blvd. West Bloomington, MN 55437 (952) 835-1191
Roseville– 2350 Cleveland Ave Roseville, MN 55113 (651) 631-1781
Hours: Open at 11am
Atmosphere: The inside of Joe Senser’s is the ultimate haven for Sports Enthusiasts, (besides being at the stadium, of course) with every wall lined with giant 5’x9′ HDTVs displaying just about every televised sports event. The area along the walls is slightly raised, housing both tables and booths, as does the dining space throughout the middle of the restaurant.
There is also a decent sized bar area near the entrance, flowing into the center of the restaurant.
Menu: Appetizers at Joe Senser’s include Seasoned Waffle Fries, Pizza Spirals, Onion Rings, Chicken Wings, Boneless Wings, Bacon-Wrapped Tenderloin Bites, Quesadillas, Crab & Artichoke Dip, Chicken Fingers, Nachos, Southwest Eggrolls, Coconut Shrimp and Asian Lettuce Wraps.
Salad options are Buffalo Fiesta, Bangkok Peanut Chicken, Chipotle Ranch Taco Salad, Cobb, Island Salad (chicken, bacon, pineapple), and Caesar.
Soups include Chicken Noodle, White Chicken Chili and then a Soup du Jour. Mon- Creamy Potato bacon Tues- Black Bean with Andouille Sausage Wed- Tomato Basil with Tortellini Thurs- Creamy Chicken Wild Rice Fri-New England Clam Chowder Sat/Sun- Chef’s Choice
Burgers at Senser’s are Half-Pound fresh ground sirloin, served with chips or upgrade to fries for $1.59. Options include Cheeseburger, Applewood Smoked Bacon Cheeseburger, Bleu Cheese, Jalapeno Pepper Jack, Deli Burger, Sourdough Patty Melt, California Burger, Mushroom Swiss, BBQ Bacon & Jack, Rookie Burger (1/3 lb), and Southwest Turkey Burger.
Sandwiches also come with chips or upgrade to fries or fruit. Options are the French Dip, Buffalo Chicken, Turkey Bacon Parmesan, BBQ Jack Chicken, Tuna Melt, Reuben, Beer Battered Walleye, Chicken Teriyaki, Clubhouse, and Shaved Prime Rib Melt. Wraps include Baja Chicken and Buffalo.
Joe’s Specialties include Wood Roasted Chicken, Beef Brisket, Hickory Ribs, Smoked Pulled Pork, Chopped Sirloin, Parmesan Ranch Walleye. Prime Rib available on Saturday and Sunday.
The Entrees at Joe Senser’s include Center But Sirloin, Filet Medallions, Steak and Shrimp, Citrus Chicken and Shrimp, Chicken Bruschetta Pasta and Coconut Shrimp.
Dessert options are the Turtle Brownie Sundae, Midnight Chocolate Ecstasy, and New York Strawberry Cheesecake.
Kids Menu items include Mini Corn Dogs, Chicken Strips, Cheeseburger, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, and Grilled Cheese Sandwich.
Price guide: Appetizers $5-9 Salads $8-10 Sandwiches/Sandwiches $9-10 Specialties $9-18 Entrees $11-19 Desserts $4-5 Kids Menu $5
- $5 Appetizers- Sicilian Pizza Nachos, Loaded Senser Fries, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Buffalo Chicken Minis, Cheeseburger Minis, and Pepperoni Cheese Loaf
- $2.50 Short Domestic Taps, Rail/Calls, Domestic Bottles, Short Signature Teas, House Wine
- $1 off all other drinks
- 2 for 1 Drinks: Captain Morgan, Bacardi, Short Domestic Taps
Several of the sandwiches sounded really good to me so I asked the server for a recommendation, who declared the Prime Rib Melt the most popular with the employees. It sounded really good so that is what I ordered. I loved the flavor of the thinly sliced prime rib mixed with the onions, but the bread got soggy very quickly from the juicy beef and creamy horseradish sauce. I didn’t even try the au jus because I was afraid my sandwich would fall apart in seconds flat if I did. It would’ve been better on a hoagie roll or a more substantial bun. I am also a huge fan of fresh horseradish, so I would’ve loved a little more kick than this creamy mild version served at Joe Senser’s, but that is just a personal preference. It was still very tasty. I upgraded to the shoe-string fries which were good but only slightly crispy.
My companion ordered the Mushroom Swiss Burger, which was a thick, juicy 1/2 lb patty made of freshly ground sirloin. The flavor of this burger was hearty and beefy, even better topped with thick mushrooms and melted Swiss. The bun wasn’t much of a match for this big burger; it was very light, fresh and lightly toasted.
Overall Impression: Excellent Happy Hour specials and a big selection on the menu. The vast number of Large Screen TVs, delicious big burgers and many beers to choose from make Joe Senser’s the perfect place to watch any televised sporting event or hang with your buddies after work.