18 "American" Restaurants in Minneapolis.
Whether you're looking for a great steak in a casual space or pizza in a speakeasy-type basement, Burch in Lowry Hills is where you should be eating
Sebastian Joe’s has been serving ice cream for more than 30 years, so head here to debate which of their seven signature flavors is the best.
Tenant is a small East Harriet restaurant serving a $50, six-course tasting menu that’s great for date night or a special occasion.
Head to Meyvn in Lowry Hill for a menu that’s a mix of Israeli dishes and Jewish deli classics, like shakshuka and pastrami.
Butcher & The Boar is a Downtown beer garden and restaurant that serves lots of meat and even more beer and whiskey.
Tilia is a great all-day spot in Linden Hills that serves food you’ll always want to eat, like really good pasta and one of our favorite burgers.
The Kenwood is an all-day bistro in Kenwood that serves classic comfort food, like huevos rancheros, fancy burgers, and really good pasta.
112 Eatery is an intimate date spot in Downtown West that serves really good pasta and a great Brie burger.
Matt’s Bar is a neighborhood spot in Powderhorn that’s famous for their cheese-stuffed, Jucy Lucy burgers.
Manny’s Steakhouse is a classic restaurant in Loring Place that’s known for serving huge steaks and strong cocktails.
The Bachelor Farmer in the North Loop serves Nordic-inspired food with much of the produce sourced from their rooftop garden.
Spoon and Stable in the North Loop is a great all-day restaurant where you can eat brunch, have a celebratory dinner, or eat really well at the bar.
Surly Brewing Co.'s destination brewery in Prospect Park is where we go to drink beer and eat oysters, charcuterie, and really good barbecue.
Young Joni in Sheridan serves wood-fired pizzas, Korean-inspired appetizers, and has a backyard bar to grab a drink at while you wait for your table.
Alma in Marcy Holmes is home to a really good prix-fixe restaurant, an all-day cafe, and a great boutique hotel.