Food & Drink

5 new Twin Cities spots you should eat/drink at right now

Published On 12/11/2013 Published On 12/11/2013
the mill dish
The Mill Northeast
Undead Frank's
Honey & Rye Bakehouse
Sociable Cider Werks
Drew Wood
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1. The Mill Northeast 1851 Central Ave NE , Minneapolis, MN 55418

The linear, mod space of The Mill is menu-ed with eclectic takes on comfort food, like wild boar grinders, a bacon, fried egg, cheddar, and aioli topped burger, and even cheese curds from the Caves of Faribault. With suds on tap like Odell, Fulton, and Indeed, you can't go wrong at this Northeast eatery.

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2. Honey & Rye Bakehouse 4501 Excelsior Blvd, Saint Louis Park, MN 55416

Honey & Rye revamped a former dry-cleaner on Excelsior to bring MSP a local, organic, and ridiculously tasty arsenal of pastries ranging from pretzels to pies to cakes to cookies.

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3. Di Noko's Pizza 420 South 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415

Di Noko's serves delicious Chicago-style deep dish pizzas with a build-your-own menu that's available for takeout, delivery, and dining in. The pizzas come with a buttery crust that is first layered with cheese, then with any topping of your choosing. It’s finally doused in fresh tomato sauce, giving it that real deep-dish appeal. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, this favorite also offers thin or hand-tossed crusts.

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4. Sociable Cider Werks 1500 Fillmore St NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418

Bringing hard cider brewing to the Twin Cities, the cats at Sociable, the newest tenants in Northeast’s veritable brewing corridor, are brewing complex ciders which’re dryer, made with fresh apples, and properly carbonated for a more beer-like draught experience.