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Located in the trendy Grand Avenue, this is a great place to eat if you're high on appetite and low on money. The pizzas come in all shapes and flavors. Sandwiches, pies, pastas and breads are also on display. Vegetarians can have a ball with green peppers, broccoli, and other assorted vegetables. The fresh baked cookies and brownies top the meal aptly. The beverages come with free refills.
Bar La Grassa is one of Minneapolis's finest Italian restaurants that celebrates the cuisine with flair. The rustic decor adds to the charm of this place which serves small and large plates of wonderful dishes. Everything is made fresh and handmade, lending an authenticity of taste that is irreplaceable. An expertly curated wine list complements your meal, making it a memorable one.
Italian plates, meatballs, pizzas, you name it, Mucci's Italian offers it all. Enjoy a very limited but delectable menu featuring lasagne and Montanara style pizzas. Besides this, Mucci's offers tasty baked treats like Chocolate Raised Doughnut and coffee in its cozy space. For a delicious, warm Italian meal with no frills, Mucci's Italian is the place to go to.
If you are around the area, Buca di Beppo cannot be missed. Their Italian servings are irresistible. The ambiance is warm and romantic, that is perfect for intimate dinners. Some of the items you may want to try are the garlic breads, salads, pastas, meatballs, chicken cannelloni and more. Do not miss trying the wines from the wide collection. For all kinds of private events like birthdays, reunions, anniversaries, receptions etc. this place is a great choice. So book your table now!
This charming, busy, family-owned Italian spot in South Minneapolis is a great choice for everything from a family dinner to a date. The portions are generous at this local favorite and the pasta is homemade with deliciously fresh ingredients. The menu is seasonal, but the classic favorites remain year round to the delight of those that frequent this neighborhood gem. Broders' is no secret and often becomes quite crowded. Reservations are not taken for parties of fewer than six, but if you call ahead you can put your name down on the wait list.
Uptown's snazziest restaurant is yet another feather in the cap of the D'Amico culinary empire. The animated, noisy dining room is flanked by a popular martini bar and a show kitchen. The place is constantly packed so call ahead. This upscale, casual restaurant specializes in pastas, pizzas, poultry and salads. The crispy cracker crust pizza baked in the oak-fired oven is a tremendous appetizer. The rotisserie chicken and pork loin, along with the grilled veal tenderloin are superb entrees. The Crème Brulee and Ricotta Almond Strudel make for a perfect ending. Choose from the impressive list of martinis, imported beer or wide selection of wine. A noteworthy brunch is served on Sundays.Â