The West Seventh neighborhood operates more like a small town than part of a big city. When Bennett's Chop & Railhouse first opened, the owners understood this immediately, and spent time getting to know people, which shines through in both the food and hospitality. In the years since, Bennett's has become an indispensable part of this pocket of St. Paul. At one end of the room is the bar, a place where you can rest your elbows, sip a beer, and catch up on the neighborhood news. On the other side of the room, tables are set in white and folks can dine on walleye, perfectly cooked steak, or the best cheese-stuffed burger on a stretch of road known for its burgers. Inside the kitchen, food is cooked from scratch with care and pride, befitting this hard-working, well-loved neighborhood.