About The High court pub
We are a community-driven bar/pub that offers food options not available anywhere else in our community. We also offer an Air BnB loft for overnight and short-stay rentals.
The building housing The High Court Pub opened in 1876, where Judge J.G. French, “Squire Frenchy,” dispensed justice from the third floor.
His court was known as “The High Court”. The High Court Pub’s interior reflects the scenic beauty of the surrounding area while also paying tribute to Lanesboro’s storied past.
In our multi-level pub, you have the choice of taking a seat on the main floor with a view of musicians playing on the second-floor stage; or taking a seat on the second floor with a view of historic Lanesboro.
In the summer months, we have two outdoor decks and one patio. One deck is heavily shaded, and the other overlooks the Root River, which runs through Lanesboro. On the patio, you will find Bags (AKA Corn Hole) and Hammer-Schlagen!
Tuesdays: 12 pm – 10 pm
Wednesdays: 12 pm – 10 pm
Thursdays: 12 pm – 10 pm
Fridays: 12 pm – 11 pm
Saturdays: 12 pm – 11 pm
*Kitchen Closes 1 hour before the pub close and may close earlier.
Closed Thanksgiving Day & Friday after, Christmas Eve, & Christmas Day. Open New Year’s Eve.
Lanesboro, MN, was named ‘ One of 20 Best Small Towns to Visit’ in 2014 by Smithsonian Magazine and recently named ‘One of Ten Charming Midwestern Towns to Visit This Summer’ by Fodor’s Travel. Located along the Root River, Lanesboro offers bicycling and hiking along the Root River State Trail and an eclectic mix of shops and eateries downtown. The river beckons you to canoe, kayak, tube, and fishing or world-class theatre; check out the Commonweal Theatre!
For more information about upcoming Arts and events, visit Lanesboro Chamber. Uniquely, the community of Lanesboro has designated itself as an Art Campus – evidenced by its placement of art in parking areas, walkways, historic buildings, parks, and other public spaces.
109 North Parkway Ave, Lanesboro MN 55949