If there’s one restaurant that symbolizes Minneapolis’ evolution into a great place to eat, it’s The Bachelor Farmer. The food at this North Loop restaurant references the city’s deep Nordic roots - think smoked fish, wild game, and lots of roasted vegetables. None of the dishes are overly complicated and a lot of the produce is sourced from the restaurant’s rooftop garden. It’s a really comfortable dinner spot that’s perfect for a birthday or anniversary. They also have a cafe next door, in case it’s not a special occasion and you need some coffee, a pastry, or a sandwich.
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Kado No Mise
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.
Red Rabbit in the North Loop serves three things we all like: pizza, pasta, and lots of wine and cocktails.
Parlour is where we go in the North Loop for a great cheeseburger and a wide range of really good cocktails.
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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.
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.
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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.
Manny’s Steakhouse is a classic restaurant in Loring Place that’s known for serving huge steaks and strong cocktails.
The Bar At The Hewing Hotel
The bar at the Hewing Hotel is our go-to spot for fancy cocktails and people watching in the North Loop.
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