As the third of Cathedral Hill’s major residential hotels, the Commodore Hotel debuted in 1920. The bar at the Commodore Hotel was forced to close due to prohibition in the 1920s. On the other hand, the Commodore had a speakeasy in the basement and entertained people like F. Scott Fitzgerald. Many families relocated to the Commodore from the Cathedral Hill mansions where their children had grown up.
In the 1930s, the owners of the Commodore Hotel embraced the Art Deco hotel design trend. They recruited Werner Wittkamp to create a stunning bar modeled after some of the major transatlantic ocean liners of the era. The Commodore is now welcoming patrons to travel back in time and experience the glitz and romance of a bygone period as it reopens following a major renovation to preserve Wittkamp’s vision.
One of Saint Paul’s oldest and most well-known restaurants, The Commodore is the last glitzy, love-struck bar and eatery from the Jazz Age still standing in the Twin Cities. They invite visitors to experience classic cocktail and dining options at reasonable prices in an exceptional setting. The bar serves a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. The N/A selection includes spirits from Seedlip and Ginger Beer.
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