Food & Drink

5 new Twin Cities joints you should know about right now

Published On 08/28/2013 Published On 08/28/2013
One Two Three Sushi in Dinkytown, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Drew Wood
The HideOut
Kitty Corner Cafe
Drew Wood
Drew Wood
Rojo Mexican Grill
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1. The HideOut 3301 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418 (Northeast)

An all-day breakfast/sandwich shop in Northeast, The HideOut uses super-local ingredients and relies on partnerships with local farmers and CSAs.

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2. Kitty Corner Cafe 806 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414 (Northeast)

An Istanbul-style waffle/panini shop with goods like a Pistachio Peanut Waffle and a Chipotle Chili Beef Panini.

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3. Pitchfork Brewing Co Rodeo Cir, Hudson, WI 54016

The guy behind Pitchfork has been home-brewing for 20yrs, and now he's got his own digs, with a tap room and a constantly changing selection of firkins.

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4. One Two Three Sushi 80 S 8th St, #228, Minneapolis, MN 55402 (Dinkytown)

From the team behind Masu Sushi y Robata's, One Two Three's got ridiculous cheap sushi, including a build-your-own section of the menu. Choose rice, seafood (from yellowfin tuna to poached lobster tail), two fillings, and then top it off with options like roe or tempura flakes. If you're on a, ahem, roll, just swing by the grab and go section for three to five choices of classic pre-made rolls.

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5. Rojo Mexican Grill, Edina 10 Southdale Ctr, Edina, MN 55435

The second Mexican installment from the guys behind Rojo Mexican in the West End, RMG's got a tequila selection that's twice as big as its older bro.