Food, Beer & Wine

So good it should be illegal

Sinfully good sandwiches, shareable plates, craft beer, Minnesota wine and our famous Cotton Candy Bubble Trouble!


Delectable Shareables, Sandwiches and Breakfast


Featuring the crowd favorite Cotton Candy Bubble Trouble

Our Story

We’re Bryan and Jennie Enloe—the duo behind the Hideaway Speakeasy in the Minnesota State Fair’s Upper Grandstand. Between the two of us, we have more than 35 years of experience in the food service and special events industry. Bryan grew up in the mobile food concessions business traveling to fairs and festivals throughout the United States. Jennie jumped in head first following their 2011 wedding, helping Bryan run his pizza business that plays fairs and events throughout the Midwest and down-country as far as Rio Grande Valley, Texas. We joke that the food concessions business is much like the mob—once you get sucked in, it’s tough to get out! So, we took that silly sentiment and translated into the idea for a 1920s prohibition-era speakeasy restaurant that would serve fresh, shareable food, craft beer and Minnesota wine. And what better place to open it than our home State Fair—The Great Minnesota Get-Together!

Crowd Favorites

New — Hideaway Sunset

New — Hideaway Sunset

Think of a Tequila Sunrise cocktail in the form of a beer. Orange, grenadine, a bit of sour and a hint of tequila flavor (without actual tequila) ­­– raise a glass in a sunset toast! 6% ABV. 10 IBUs. Brewed in Roseville, Minn., by Bent Brewstillery.




New — Naughty Shirley

New — Naughty Shirley

A wildly refreshing twist on a childhood favorite, this grown-up version of the Shirley Temple has a hint of vodka flavor (without actual vodka), made with wine from Cannon River Winery. It evokes cheerful memories and feels like a party in a cup. 7% ABV. Wine made in Cannon Falls, Minn., by Cannon River Winery.


NEW — All Quacked Up!

NEW — All Quacked Up!

Fried, farm-fresh duck egg from Graise Farm in Faribault atop shaved smoked ham, aged cheddar cheese, tomato and spinach, served open-face on toasted sourdough bread with paprika aioli.


Find us at the Fair

Minnesota State Fair
Upper Grandstand
Veranda Area

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