I know what you're thinking-why bother with a sports bar? But I bothered.
I came with low expectations and left somewhat happy. I ordered the bacon cheeseburger medium but it was served closer to medium well, while the patty was moderately sized but definitely larger than a quarter pounder or a slider and came with ample strips of bacon. KFAN has two decent beers on tap, Red Hook Blonde and Red Hook ESB served in clean glasses, and there's a Jagermeister shot machine with three upside down bottles of the liquor fastened to the top of the machine. Shots are $6.
You'll see cutouts on the wall of KFAN AM sports radio personalities and KFAN merchandise at the front desk. You won't hear KFAN while dining, which is fine by me since I'm not a big sports fan. You will hear a mix of music that you might expect from Cities 97, KDWB, KQRS and various country music stations. TV monitors are everywhere, of course.
The bar has an island counter in the middle of a very large space, and upstairs and downstairs there are banquet/meeting rooms large enough to seat 70 people. The decor is sleeker than you'd find at most other sports bars. In all, not a place I'd die to go back to, but I could have done far worse w/r/t sports bars.