1. Prohibition Bar821 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
2. Mission American Kitchen & Bar710 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis
3. Bradstreet Craftshouse Restaurant601 1st Ave S, Minneapolis
4. Manny's Steakhouse825 Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
5. Rare Steak & Sushi615 2nd Ave,
6. Barrio Tequila Bar925 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
On the 27th floor, Prohibition boasts vistas and a cocktail menu unlike any other in the city, inlcluding The Shaw of Marquette, a ginger and saffron-infused gin and Prosecco drink, plus eats like the Jerked Prawn Sliders.
Located in Minnesota's tallest building, MAK serves up braised ribs that're fall-off-the-bone delicious and their happy hours sports cheap taps and rails.
They've got gourmet small plates, but Bradstreet's bread and butter is ironically actually their cocktails, which are crafted in the pre-Prohibition Era mixology style. I mean, this place was named #6 on Food & Wine Magazine's Top 50 Bars in America. They're that good.
Manny's is a glam, high end steakhouse in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis, serving up choice cuts of beef alongside a solid wine list in a swanky, white table clothed setting. Go VIP and try the 24oz Bone In Ribeye that's aged on the premises for 85 days, resulting in a perfectly tender cut. A visit to Manny's will make you see why it's been repeatedly named one of the best steakhouses in the city.
Recently opened in the Minneapolis Grand, the red-trimmed Rare (chef'd by sushi vet “Chano” Bustamante) now rocks an awesomely exploitable, $30 all-you-can-eat sushi deal, in addition to its premium grass-fed beef, and other high-quality proteins that've been "well-executed", meaning that dude from No Country For Old Men has apparently been busy.
Fun fact: Barrio has over 150 kinds of tequila on their shelves. Can you even count to 150, bro? We'll give you a sec...Yeah, you gave up. That's how many they've got. If that's not enough to get you through the doors, the fact that they're also serving up some killer food, including made to order guac, $5 mahi mahi fish tacos, and chicken enchiladas, should be.