5 "Lunch" 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.
Kado no Mise in the North Loop will be the best sushi meal you'll have in Minneapolis, and also one of the most expensive at $200 for their omakase.
St. Genevieve in Lynnhurst is a French-inspired bistro and bar that serves great tartines and lots of Champagne.
Surly Brewing Co.'s destination brewery in Prospect Park is where we go to drink beer and eat oysters, charcuterie, and really good barbecue.