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NEW WEBSITE-thedugoutbar.net 9/1/2014

We have changed our website to thedugoutbar.net. This site will be closing soon so make a note. Thanks- Hope you enjoy the new website.


The Dugout Bar now has the NFL ticket. Watch your favorite NFL game while drinking a $2.50 domestic tap,$3.50 micro and eating a delicious Burger. All 1/4 burgers $2.00 off. If you haven't been to the Dugout for awhile please stop by and see all the changes.

Half Shattered-$5.00 Cover Halloween Costume Contest 10/31/2014

Johnny Clueless-Music 8-12-$7.00 Cover 11/1/2014

Jagermeister Girls will be here to give out FREE samples 10:30-12:30
New this Year*****FREE DRINK WITH COVER*****
Cover charge starts at 7. With cover charge you get a free drink. Domestic bottle or tap, wine, single shot call drink. No shots, top shelf, micro brew or import bottle beer.
We have a New Look, New Menu and 20 Beers on Tap.
Come early for dinner and get a good seat for the music.

Dugout Bar

Located in heart of Willer-Medi*, the Dugout Bar is the place to go for great food and live music featuring some of Minnesota’s best bands.  Whatever you’re looking for, the Dugout has it!  NFL Football, MLB Baseball, March Madness, Big Ten Network; all in beautiful high-definition.   Live Music. Private Parties.   So pony up to the bar or grab a seat at a table and enjoy the sights and sounds.   Open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 a.m. and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. Happy Hour every day starts at 11:00 a.m. (For you early birds)

Check out our calendar for upcoming music and daily specials! We also hold Texas Holdem nights and cornhole events weekly.

* Willer-Medi: Willernie and Mahtomedi, MN


Minneapolis St Paul Magazine July 2006 'Best of the Burbs’
Best Bunker Mentality
The address says Mahtomedi, but make no mistake, pardner, Dugout Bar on the other side of White Bear Lake is found in the heart of Willernie. The roadhouse’s name comes from its bygone horseshoe dugout, but now it’s more of an existential thing: The low-slung cobbled-together compound, with rowdy happy hours and ladies’ night on Thursdays, is spiritually banked against the encroaching yuppie-tude of Willernie’s more upscale neighbors.