13 "Brunch" restaurants in Minneapolis.
Head to Meyvn in Lowry Hill for a menu that’s a mix of Israeli dishes and Jewish deli classics, like shakshuka and pastrami.
When you have a special occasion, Grand Cafe in Kingfield is one of the best spots to go, with a menu full of over-the-top dishes.
Martina is an Argentinian spot in Linden Hills with an attractive space, plenty of shareable dishes, and some of the best cocktails in the city.
Hola Arepa in Lyndale is where to go for great Venezuelan food, really good cocktails, and one of the best patios in the city.
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.
The bar at the Hewing Hotel is our go-to spot for fancy cocktails and people watching in the North Loop.
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.
Alma in Marcy Holmes is home to a really good prix-fixe restaurant, an all-day cafe, and a great boutique hotel.
Revival is where to go in Kingsfield for fried chicken, shrimp and grits, and the rest of the South’s greatest hits.
Esker Grove is where to go in Lowry Hill East when you want to eat brunch and drink cocktails at the Walker Art Center.