Featured on the Travel Channel's Man vs. Food, Brasa offers classic American favorites with a twist. Try the Creole Style Rotisserie Chicken or the Spicy and Sweet Braised Beef. Brasa also features a decent selection of beverages, including cane sugar sweetened sodas. If you're having a hard time deciding what to order, try one of the combination plates, which includes a "sides only" plate. Brasa is definitely an excellent choice for all the carnivores in the Minneapolis area.
Pizzeria Lola is charming, intimate and quirky, making it the perfect place for a one-of-a-kind date night. Inside, you will find a disco ball and photo booth, making this a date that's about more than just the pizza - although the pies are pretty noteworthy as well. Try the Korean BBQ or Sweet Sausage pizzas to get a taste of Pizzeria Lola's eclectically brilliant recipes.
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.
Cossetta is a comfortable, cozy and beloved Italian restaurant located in the heart of St. Paul. This family-friendly eatery specializes in delicious and classic pizza, such as cheese and pepperoni, and more decorated pies with up to four toppings. The menu also boasts sandwiches and a wide variety of pastas, making Cossetta the definitive destination for all of your Italian carbohydrate cravings.
The Kenwood is a classic American eatery that specializes in sweet and savory breakfast and brunch plates. The atmosphere is homey and casual in this restaurant, where you can indulge in eggs benedict in the morning hours, the Kenwood burger at lunchtime and a double chocolate stout bread pudding for dessert.
The idea behind making of George And The Dragon was to be a place for people to interact with each other and serve some delicious home-style recipes for them. This restaurant was started with the passion for offering people a delicious meals with great beverages and is dedicated to do the same. This restaurant gets its pub feel with its dark wood interiors. Catch up with your friends over a couple of beers or the refreshing cocktails offered at George And The Dragon. You are sure to have a good time as you are served some delicious meal with fine beverage by the friendly staff here.
Hi-Lo Diner is based in a vintage structure with characteristics typical to that of a bustling diner. Staying true to its nature, it serves diner food, however, with a little bit of Hi-Lo creativity. The menu is composed of items like Quack of Dawn- a Hi-Lo variant of Egg Benedict, American breakfast plate, fluffy pancakes, Mac N cheese and some delicious pies like Pie Caramba. Along with these sumptuous meals, it features beverages which includes cocktails, wines and beers on tap.
Surly Brewing Co. is counted among the most renowned breweries in the city. The brews from here, that have garnered a lot of praise include, Coffee Bender, Furious, Surly Hell and many others. The brewery is one of the best in the city, providing tours to all beer enthusiasts, giving a detailed account on how their delicious beer is prepared. There is a restaurant housed within the campus of the brewery, offering sandwiches, pretzels, BBQ dishes as well as toothsome desserts. Take time out to visit Surly Brewing Co. and spend time relishing some of the best beers, in town.
Delighting locals and travelers with their quintessential Latin menu, Cafe Racer Kitchen is a great spot to spend a lazy afternoon. The restaurant has a warm and welcoming ambiance with ample of seating spaces that can easily accommodate families and friends. The patio is especially endearing as it is here that you can devour empanada, chimichurri laden steaks, Columbian-style pulled pork and many other dishes under the cool shade of tall trees. Eclectic beers from local breweries are available to wash down these delectable dishes.
If you are in the mood for a quick but filling meal, step into Raising Cane's on Washington Avenue Southeast. Part of a chain of restaurants, the restaurant is especially known for their delicious chicken fingers, although their crinkle-cut fries, sauce and coleslaw are also popular items. You can simply go for a combo meal for a quick lunch with the family. The ambiance at this particular location, with its open-brick walls and framed photos, is also quite cozy.
The Blue Door Pub Longfellow is a nice looking burger restaurant and pub in South Minneapolis. Dig into their specialties like The Blucy, The Morning Glory Blucy, Cease and Desist, Longfellow Blucy and The Defibrillator. Complement your meal with a craft brew.
Located on 27th Avenue, the Gandhi Mahal offers a fantastic Indian treat. The menu features a range of vegetarian dishes that includes eggplant, mushroom and paneer dishes as well as non-vegetarian dishes lamb, chicken and fish preparations. The restaurant is equipped to host private events such as birthdays, anniversaries and such. Another unique feature of this restaurant is the live music entertainment provided that showcases local sitar and tabla players spinning a charming web of wonder and mystique while you relish your fantastically prepared meal.