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Restaurant Alma


528 University Ave SE, Minneapolis
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Dinner at Alma reminds us of Thanksgiving dinner, only with much fancier plating. The prix-fixe meals start with a spread of antipasti and individually-plated salads and light bites like grilled sourdough and a pear and endive salad. Then, you’ll get a family-style main such as roasted lamb loin with fennel confit and seared striped bass with lentils and bacon. The recommended wine pairings are definitely worth it, but you also can’t go wrong with the aquavit-based dill martini. 

If you’re looking for a unique place to stay, there’s a boutique hotel above the restaurant, and Alma’s adjacent cafe is a great option for coffee and pastries. Mention any dietary restrictions when you’re making your reservation, and the restaurant will likely be able to create a tasting menu that works for you.

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