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Manny's Steakhouse
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Steak | Downtown / North Loop
Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - Minneapolis
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Brazilian Steakhouse | Downtown / North Loop
Zelo
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Italian | Downtown / North Loop
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - EdinaMcCormick & Schmick's Seafood - Edina
3523 reviews
Seafood | Edina, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Great service, and delicious food. More

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Cedar + Stone, Urban TableCedar + Stone, Urban Table
460 reviews
Contemporary American | Bloomington, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

The food was outstanding, both the server and service was great. Farm to table is my favorite way to dine. More

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CRAVE - LaSalle PlazaCRAVE - LaSalle Plaza
2745 reviews
American | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Always good! I will definitely be back. Good, service and atmosphere more than satisfactory. More

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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood - MinneapolisMcCormick & Schmick's Seafood - Minneapolis
2930 reviews
Seafood | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Even on Valentines Day where everyone is overly busy the service and food were still great. More

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CRAVE - West EndCRAVE - West End
2777 reviews
American | St. Louis Park, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

I love this crave location because it’s always busy and the dining area is huge. The menu has so many different options for all palettes and the staff is happy to help recommend their favorites. More

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318 Cafe1. 318 Cafe
116 reviews
American | Excelsior, Twin Cities / Western Suburbs

This was a fantastic venue, food was above expectations, wine pairings perfect! Hoping this is an annual dinner! More

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Restaurant Alma2. Restaurant Alma
2580 reviews
Contemporary American | Downtown / Mill District, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

The food was good. Not great. Not into large portions. ...but... Portions quite small. Overpriced. More

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Bukhara Indian Bistro3. Bukhara Indian Bistro
83 reviews
Indian | Minnetonka, Twin Cities / Western Suburbs

We’ve been here a number of times and it’s far and away the best Indian food we’ve had in the Twin Cities. The food never disappoints. More

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Kafe 4214. Kafe 421
817 reviews
Mediterranean | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Best restaurant in Dinkytown. Not too fancy, not too informal either. Quiet ambience is great for dates or business meals. Every menu item I have tried is excellent. $30 menu for two on Tuesday nights is a great bargain. More

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joan's in the Park5. joan's in the Park
1573 reviews
American | St. Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

Enjoyed a really tasty meal with great cocktails to start and a lovely warm atmosphere for conversation. The chef, owner, and chef's daughter (our waitress) all made us feel especially well taken care of. The food was exquisite. We'll definitely be back. More

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Cafe LimonCafe Limon
Mexican | Bloomington, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Come enjoy chef Alexandra Cabrera's fresh take on Latin cuisine in Minneapolis. We are the best placee for Mexican and South American home style cuisine.More

Domo RamenDomo Ramen
Creative Japanese | Northeast Minneapolis, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Ramen, craft cocktails and creative Asian fusion in NE Minneapolis. More

Geno'sGeno's
Italian | Uptown, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Seeing an opportunity to expand to the ever growing-in-popularity Northeast neighborhood, this concept is one near to the owner’s heart. Geno’s menu focuses on Parmesan dishes — the old-school Italian-American staple featuring meatballs, chicken, pork or eggplant served with homemade tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, all with the option to eat as sandwiches or an entrée with two sides. Geno’s showcases a cozy, classic diner ambiance with enough seating to host about 40 people. The restaurant has a fast-casual approach for the lunch hour and a sit-down style for dinner. Complimenting a full bar with cocktails, beer and draft wine, the highlights are the frozen Sangria and Sgroppino wine slushes that are worth the trip alone. The bar features $3 house red and white wine all day on tap, happy hour specials everyday from 3-6pm as well as 10pm-12am Friday and Saturday which include half-off specialty cocktails, $3 rail drinks and domestic bottles.More

Prime 6Prime 6
Steak | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

From South Beach, Escape Ultralounge, Bellanotte, to SEVEN, our latest creation Prime 6 is now open in City Center next to Fogo de Chao. We were happy to acquire our new space which is perfect for any corporate, private, and/or special event. Prime 6 has the special space for you. We created a globally inspired menu that includes specials from all of our previous restaurants, including South Beach, for those who remember! We want your business. We are here to meet and exceed your expectations. We understand that your first encounter with us is by chance, and your second encounter is by choice. We look forward to creating that special experience for you!More

The Jolliet HouseThe Jolliet House
Breakfast | Uptown, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

The Marquette Hotel offers some of downtown Minneapolis’ most in-demand dining destinations. Indulge in a breakfast experience with contemporary flare at The Jolliet House.

Whatever you fancy, it’s just within your reach at the Marquette Hotel.More

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.