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The Copper Hen
1. The Copper Hen
4.5
1283 reviews
$$$$
American | WhittierBooked 35 times todayPerfect brunch spot for birthdays! The bubbly and cupcake was an added bonus!
CRAVE - LaSalle Plaza
2. CRAVE - LaSalle Plaza
4.4
3572 reviews
$$$$
American | Downtown / North LoopBooked 33 times todayGreat service .. appreciate a great server! Food is always good
The Melting Pot - Minneapolis
3. The Melting Pot - Minneapolis
4.4
3367 reviews
$$$$
Fondue | Downtown / North LoopBooked 46 times todayGreat experience. Great way to spend a relaxing evening.
Mercy Bar & Dining Room
4. Mercy Bar & Dining Room
4.2
765 reviews
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Comfort Food | Downtown / North LoopBooked 7 times todayAmazing service! I had the Ratatouille and was blown away.
Fhima's Minneapolis
5. Fhima's Minneapolis
4.3
272 reviews
$$$$
French American | Downtown / North LoopBooked 2 times todayI have already recommended Fhima's to 5 different couples/groups of people! It was a fantastic experience and our server, Jeff, was so knowledgeable and helpful! He really helped make the experience so much fun! Can't wait to go again!

Discover The Twin Cities

Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.

Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.

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