If we could choose a restaurant to get snowed in at, it would be Bar La Grassa. This Italian spot in the Warehouse District serves great fresh, filled, and dried pastas - each of which can be ordered in half or full portions - and has a huge wine list. If you want something unique, try the red wine spaghetti or orange cauliflower gnocchi, and definitely order a few bruschettas, especially the soft eggs and lobster. It’s somewhere you could just as easily bring a date or your parents when you want to impress without spending a ton of money and while eating here won’t make spring come any sooner, it’ll definitely make winter a little more bearable.
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Spoon And Stable
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.
Spyhouse Coffee is a local roaster and cafe with five locations across the Twin Cities.
The Bachelor Farmer
The Bachelor Farmer in the North Loop serves Nordic-inspired food with much of the produce sourced from their rooftop garden.
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Alma in Marcy Holmes is home to a really good prix-fixe restaurant, an all-day cafe, and a great boutique hotel.
The Kenwood is an all-day bistro in Kenwood that serves classic comfort food, like huevos rancheros, fancy burgers, and really good pasta.
Northrop’s Italian Eatery serves a wide range of really good pasta, wine, and cocktails, and has a large patio that’s great during spring and summer.
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Surly Brewing Company
Surly Brewing Co.'s destination brewery in Prospect Park is where we go to drink beer and eat oysters, charcuterie, and really good barbecue.
Parlour is where we go in the North Loop for a great cheeseburger and a wide range of really good cocktails.
Manny’s Steakhouse is a classic restaurant in Loring Place that’s known for serving huge steaks and strong cocktails.
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