Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Tinto Cocina & Cantina901 West Lake St, Minneapolis
2. Libertine3001 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
3. Red Wagon Pizza Company5416 Penn Ave S, Minneapolis
4. The Rabbit HoleMidtown Global Market, , Minneapolis
5. Brasserie Zentral505 S. Marquette Ave, Minneapolis
6. Spoon and Stable211 North First St, Minneapolis
7. Hola Arepa3501 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
This Mexican restaurant that actually has homemade tortillas. Offering a variety of small plate and large plate options along with cocktails, sangrias, and variety of craft taps, this could finally be the Mexican restaurant that Uptown has sorely needed.
This Uptown restaurant is bringing the beef, pork, and lamb hard, plus serving up some exotic cuts of meat in the process: lesser known chops like feather steaks, point steak, and onglets are on the menu here. But don’t worry veg-heads, they’ve got plenty to offer you too, like an entire section of the menu that's dedicated to vegetarian dishes.
What started as a pizza food truck has evolved into a stylish brick-and-mortar in Armatage, where thin-crust pies and handmade pastas are the focus. The pizzas have an inevitable crispness that comes from being cooked in a wood-fired oven. The signature Red Wagon pie is topped with house-made cheese & sausage, soppressata, banana peppers, chili flakes, and fig balsamic. As for pastas, go with the fire-roasted meat lasagne.
From couple behind the culinary genius of The Left Handed Cook comes this graffiti-laden Midtown Global Market eatery. This is one of the best spots to stop in and grab some spicy Korean-inspired bar food and a cold cocktail. You’ll never go wrong with the Harold & Kumar poutine, a slew of house-cut fries, kimchee, onion, parmesan & cheddar cheese, poached egg, pork curry gravy, and, of course, chipotle aioli.
The menu's full of dumpling and spätzle and other European comfort foods from Chef Klein's heritage.
The crew puts a lot of work and effort into the array of exquisite dishes and cocktails at this Downtown/Northloop. While nabbing a reservation might still be a little difficult, walking into the bar hasn’t ever really been an issue -- and you can order the full menu there, or choose from the equally delectable bar-only menu. The pastries are a solid choice for brunch, and mix up your typical Sunday mimosa morning with a Coffee 43 cocktail, which features cold-press coffee, Licor 43, tequila, and cream.