On October 16, the Rosedale Center will welcome Roseville’s newest restaurant: Baldamar from restaurateur Randy Stanley. It will showcase custom-aged beef, sustainable seafood, and a menu built for sharing. The space is open-concept and industrial, featuring artwork and photography by local artists Shelly Mosman and Adam Croft.
Stanley is known for his first restaurant, 6Smith, which opened in downtown Wayzata in 2014. Longtime patrons will recognize some of their 6Smith favorites on the menu: like the venison and Kobe beef “Juicy Lucy” topped with bacon and caramelized onions.
Beef is center stage at Baldamar, with a long list of traditional steakhouse cuts, as well as custom cuts and composed beef dishes ranging from short rib to hanger steak. Stanley notes, however, that vegetarians and those seeking smaller dishes and lighter fare will discover a wide range of appetizers, small plates and sides.
“Baldamar is for the urban suburban,” stated Stanley. “It’s sophisticated, with a bit of an edge and sense of humor thrown to give it plenty of personality. We’ve created Baldamar with the idea that we want it to be that fun happy hour hang out, but also swanky enough to be that go-to place for celebrating.”
Baldamar will serve lunch and dinner daily, plus a daily happy hour and a Sunday brunch buffet.
The restaurant is located near, but not attached to the ever-evolving Rosedale Center, but with its own dedicated parking lot.