Minnesota Restaurants

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Minnesota Restaurants

  • Hell's Kitchen

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    If you staying in downtown Minneapolis, Hell's Kitchen is a must. Come to think of it, it is a must wherever you are staying. Not only is the food great and the service excellent, the place is fun. Many things are homemade, e.g., peanut butter and jelly, ketchup, and hot chocolate with whipped cream. They have breakfast standards (that you may mix...

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  • Stella's Fish Cafe

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Stella's in Uptown is best enjoyed during the warmer months, when you can dine upstairs, outside on the patio. They have the best view of downtown Minneapolis. Definitely a place to go for the atmosphere/view. I have been there once and had a po' boy. It was not that good. But, I would definitely be willing to give it another try with another dish....

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  • The Local

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    It was a beautiful Fall day when we were there, so we ate lunch outside; however, you may want to have a pint sitting on one of The Local's comfortable couches next to a fireplace. The menu is a newspaper called "The Local Times, Official Newspaper of the Number One Irish Whiskey Bar in North America." If you don't feel like trying one of their...

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  • Buca di Beppo

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    I've been to Buca a few times with my family. It's a great place to go with a big group of people, because the entrees are served in portions for multiple people. We love it because you can get a few different things that everyone shares. The food is delicious and the atmosphere is really cool.

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  • Sea Salt Eatery

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Did you know that Minneapolis has a gem of a seafood restaurant, operated only in summertime in the northwest corner of Minnehaha Park? At Sea Salt, the menu is updated daily, but always includes traditional favorites, including the simple but satisfying fish sandwich for only $5.95. This place is no secret for Twin Citizens who have made it into a...

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  • Famous Dave´s Barbecue and Blues

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Famous Daves--which I call the "pig shack"--is one of my favorite places to go when I want a lot of food (in particular, meat). They have a pretty large menu and excellent barbecue sauces. If you like it hot, try the Devil's Spit sauce. If you like a lot of flavor, but with a little kick, try the Texas Pit. They also have a mustard based sauce and...

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  • Matt's Bar

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Oh, Matt's Bar.... I love this place. They are famous for the jucy lucy (spelled that way for a reason!) It is a cheeseburger with the cheese in the middle of two burger patties. It is possibly the most delicious cheeseburger I have ever eaten. For those new to the experience, the server will warn you not to dive in right away, you have to let the...

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  • Chino Latino

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Its a cool looking place.. It would be a great place to shoot a movie. The food is pricey and mediocre, the drinks are the same. this is somewhere to go (in my opinion at least) after youýve already eaten enough to not be really hungry.. thus not spending a lot of money. Its best in the summer when the door/windows are open in the front.

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  • Napa Valley Grille

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    After a tour around Camp Snoopy we just walked into here for lunch and found ourselves in a very upscale setting surrounded by expensive people. The lunch wasn't cheap, but it wasn't impossible either. This restaurant serves California cusisine and has won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence in 2003. I had the "Quick Fix" [at the bottom of the...

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  • Sushi Tango

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    This is my favorite sushi bar 'cause it's casual, fun, has great food and a fabulous happy hour - even on weekends! Located in Calhoun Square in Uptown, Sushi Tango's happy hour menu features appetizers and a handful of generous, beautifully presented sushi plates for $3.00 - $10.00 and specials on wine, beer, rail drinks and saki as well. The...

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  • Tucci Benucch

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    This is a very busy, very popular Italian Restaurant located in the Mall of America. Luckily we had a reservation because the line was out the door the whole time we were there. Honestly, there was nothing super special about the decor... typical Italian restaurant. Deep, rich colors and dark woods. Some of the tables though sit outside (meaning in...

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  • Caspian Bistro

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    We happened upon this restaurant as it was right by our hotel. The decor is great, service is good, friendly. There was a decent selection of food, and the presentation on the plate was very pleasing to the eye. I would have liked some more vegetables with my meal. It came with a tomato only. Try some of the sumac seasoning on your rice for a...

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  • Maria's Cafe

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    I'd be here every Saturday if I could! Maria Hoyos came to the Twin Cities from Colombia and her love of great food has a loyal following that packs her cheerful cafe to overflow on weekend mornings. It's open for breakfast (served all day) and lunch and the menu is an interesting mix of flavors from her native country and standard American comfort...

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  • Holy Land Deli

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    I love this place! You can get any kind of pita sandwich as well as kebabs, rice, and many other things.. tahina humous.. everything. Its also a grocery store with the most Middle Eastern products anywhere in the Twin Cities. You can also buy books, and cooking utencils. Falafel sandwich with a side of basmati rice. Its huge, and relatively cheap.

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  • Murrays

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    The location- 26 6th Street Minneapolis The The beer and extended wine list are exhaustive. Murray's is known for it's Silver Butterknife Steaks, but the last time I was there (May 20), I had salmon and my partner had walleye. Both were excellent and well-seasoned. The ambience is classy, but not too elegant. The wait staff are easy-going,...

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  • Sawatdee

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    There is one reason to go to Sawatdee: pad thai. The best pad thai in town. For those of you who already love the stuff, this is where to find it. Those of you who haven't yet tried pad thai, this is where you should have your first taste of Thailand's national dish. You order it on a spiciness scale of 1-5 (I'm a 3) and I'll recommend that novices...

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  • Chiang Mai Thai

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Minnesota Nice meets Thailand at this uptown institution, famous for its good Thai cuisine and its movie-set lush lounge. You'll feel more attractive just stepping inside! And you'll feel satisfied with the generous size of the portions of your Thai favorites. And (unusual for a Thai Restaurant) they have an excellent wine list, with plenty of...

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  • Little Tijuana

    Minneapolis Restaurants

    Little Tijuana's is a punk restaurant, first and foremost. You can't even get a job there unless you have a minimum of twenty-four body piercings. Besides the excellent worker-watching you can participate in, you can eat pretty decently for cheap too. Hard-core Mexican food fans won't be impressed by the Mexican fare, although I would still highly...

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  • Hidden Away in the Chaos

    It seems crazy to have to go inside the largest mall in the country to find a quiet, cozy little restaurant and yet...it's true. The Twin City Grill is quiet and cozy but also serves delicious food. Once you get in and sit down the screaming children outside fade away and it's just you and your tastebuds (and whoever you're with, I guess, too).The...

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  • Simple Idea - Great Place

    This is a cool little place that I guess technically could be considered fast food but is unlike any other fast food place I've ever visited.As the name implies, they serve noodles. Pick your bowl size (regular or small) and then pick which part of the world you'd like to sample. See, the quirk about this place is they serve noodles from all over...

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  • Five Stars and Fresh Breads

    The waitress informed us the TC Grill has a scratch kitchen: Everything is made fresh right there. She brought out a complimentary loaf of onion bread and soft, creamy butter. She recommended the Cuban sandwich. I couldn't pass it up. Incredible combination of sliced ham, pulled season pork, cheese, and a light mayo relish. Came with salt and...

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  • Great Spot to Drop In!

    I found the food to be very good and seasoned so you won't be disappointed. The soups are great so get a cup of soup with any thing you order! I loved the Clam Chowder and the chicken wild rice soup. This place has over 20 different types of pies that will leave you mouth watering! My favorite is the triple berry pie a la mode.

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  • Road Food

    When on my frequent road trips I try as much as possible to eat "Road Food" from independently owned local restaurants where I can get a taste of the local flavor. That's why I stopped at Rock Creek Cafe while traveling across Minnesota in May of 2007.It was a mixed experience. I found the place to be clean and the service was fine. Also, I had my...

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  • Mickey's Dining Car

    An American institution that is rapidly becoming a thing of the past, stainless steel dining cars, or diners, were once common across the country. They were places where people could get a hamburger, a slice of apple pie, or a cup of coffee. One of the few remaining authentic diners, Mickey's Dining Car has been a part of downtown Saint Paul for...

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  • I love Dessert

    They have excellent coffee and dessert choices. I visited this place very regularly when I was in college. A bunch of us would grab our books, get a coffee, chocolate cake/fruit tart, and enjoyed a nice afternoon or evening there. They also have a lot of art work on display, and they change them frequently. Nice relaxing atmosphere and friendly...

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  • An orchid on your plate

    The Antlers Restaurant is a very nice place to dine near Breezy Point Resort just out of Pequot Lakes, Minn. It has a nice atmosphere with view of the golf course and chandeliers made of a large number of antlers. Moose and elk heads look down at you from the walls. We ate here 2 nights. Between the 3 of us on the 2 nights, we had 6 different...

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  • Cupcakes cool, but TUNA rocks!

    As a gourmet cook and discriminating diner, I perform a good deal of research before visiting any city. I delve into local specialties, investigate well-established and newly opened eateries, consider wine lists, awards and reference reputation, and I read as many menus and reviews as possible. My efforts are typically rewarded in great culinary...

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  • Fresh Fried Fish Lunch

    There is some satisfaction in catching and cooking your own fish that’s hard to explain. Excellent finger food for lunch. I make a pre-seasoned cornmeal dredge at home so there is no fuss to prepare in the wild.

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  • Hearty Breakfast

    There is nothing better than watching the sun rise and the smell of coffee and bacon cooking over a camp fire. I built what I call my “Camp Wok”. It's a dished piece of steel with horse shoes welded on for handles. It’s a great cooking just about anything. It's a griddle, fry pan and deep fryer all in one. (Maybe I should patent this thing)Here is...

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  • Falafel on a Campfire??

    Jason works for a volenteer program in Colorado where he takes troubled kids on extended camping trips (usually two weeks at a time). He cooked some excellent meals including this one. Falafel, Fried onions, Tomato Sauce in a Pita and coffee. Now that's a creative camp dish.

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  • No offense

    I didn't find the food in Minnesota particularly imaginative. I have nothing against the people and the food is palatable but I found, for example, that if you order pot roast and gravy, you get pot roast and gravy. I wondered why the food didn't have onions or mushrooms or any kind of spice which could add flavor to make the meal that more...

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  • Northern Mexican

    Companeros is only open May-September. It is the best Mexican around! People wait in line for hours to get in here!! My favorites are the shredded beef chimichanga and the chicken fajita burrito.

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  • Sherlock's Home.

    Fantastic brewpub that offers not only an authentic Enlish pub feel but also real ales which are cask conditioned and very much in the UK vein for taste. The cottaga pie was tasty.

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  • Fav resturants: There ar a...

    Fav resturants: There ar a few:Chino Latino: A very hip returant that offers a food that is a mix between latin and chinese food.A lot of 'terndy and wanna be trendy' go there. Most tend to dress up for it.Buca di Beppo: Although this Italian retursant is not exclusive to Minnesota it is still one of my fav Italian resturants there! They serve...

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  • Rapper's Sports Bar and Grill

    Prices are cheap the average meal is $5.50. They have 3 seating areas with a full service bar at each and every one depending on the atmosphere you like. They have 2 big screen tv's with 12 other tv's also. It's the hot spot to be for Vikings games. They have an incredible happy hour M-F from 3-6. A very friendly place downtown Alexandria. Where...

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  • Minnesota in general is a real...

    Minnesota in general is a real meat and potatoes kind of place. In addition, many boring chain and theme restaurants have taken over the majority of eating acreage, so one wonders if we locals really enjoy tasty food or in fact are just addicted to salt, sugar and fat. The one large metro area in the state, St. Paul / Minneapolis and suburbs, is...

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  • In Little Falls,...

    In Little Falls, Minnesota...The Black and White cafe. The food is basic...the ambiance 'creative.' The owner turned the old Ace hardware store into an eating/meeting place. Over the years he has aquired the old signs of businesses that have closed down...beginning with the giant neon sign for the old 'Airport Drive In theatre.' Lots of other art,...

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  • In my opinion the 3 best...

    In my opinion the 3 best restaurants in the Twin Cities are: Kinkaids (especially for seafood!) they are located in St Paul and in Minneapolis; Table of Contents, (changing menu that serves fresh, innovative cuisine!) they are located in Minneapolis; and Rainbow (best fusion/chinese in the Twin Cities!) they are located in Mineapolis Uptown...

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  • I love Maynards on Lake...

    I love Maynards on Lake Minnetonka. They have a great patio area, and a fantastic menu! Happy Hour there is packed so get there early!Oh...you can also pull up in your boat!The best thing about Maynards is the views of Lake Minnetonka! Minneapolis is also the 'disputed' Juicy Lucy capital of the world. If you've never had a Juicy Lucy you have...

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  • THERE ARE MANY GREAT PLACES TO...

    THERE ARE MANY GREAT PLACES TO EAT IN MINNESOTA. CHINESE BUFFET SEEMS TO HAVE TAKEN OVER AND SOME ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS. ALONG 35 THERE ARE MANY GREAT TRUCK STOPS WITH GREAT FOOD AND SERVINGS SO BIG YOU COULD EAT OFF IT FOR A WEEK!

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  • Minnesota has all of the...

    Minnesota has all of the regular standard fare chain restaurants such as Red Lobster, Olive Garden, etc. I did not take the gastronomical tour of Minnesota since I primarily go to Minnesota for some camping and lake fun! Sometimes there is nothing better than frying a very fresh fish on a campfire by the lake. (Tip: the fire smoke helps keep the...

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  • Rainforest Cafe at Mall of...

    Rainforest Cafe at Mall of America is fun to eat at.Animatronic animals and rainforest decor in the dining area. Bird show and gift shop out front. To be honest the food is good but not as good as the atmosphere. We went there for the fun of the place not the food.

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  • Grumpy's & Woody's in Grand...

    Grumpy's & Woody's in Grand Meadow, MNGrumpy's is an interesting place! There are pictures of the town & the surrounding area on the wall's! Woody's is Great too! Grumpy's have the BEST fish sandwiches!Woody's have alot of good things!

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  • any buffet restauant like Old...

    any buffet restauant like Old Country Buffet or Heartland. There's a Heartland in Willmar. There you pig out on anything in the big selection. DESERT!!!! French Silk Pie, Apple Pie, Ice cream, Cinnamon Rolls, Rice Krispie Bars,etc. [heaven!]

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  • Boca Chica Restaurante...

    Boca Chica Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina is the best Mexican Restaurant in the Twin Cities.Accross the street is Boca Chica Taco House which is a fast food version with fast food prices which is a neat touch if your on a budget. Two people can eat for about $20.00 depending how much you drink of course. At The Taco House two people can eat for...

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