Where to Eat in the Twin Cities Right Now
The gist: This Argentinian favorite opened a second location in January—both shops are sure to satisfy with doughy filled pockets and unique oval-shaped pizzas big on flavor.
The food: The Jamon Y Queso (fried ham and mozzarella) and Puerro (creamed leeks, gorgonzola) empanadas are seriously stellar. Boludo’s Argentinian pizzas have nice, chewy crusts, salted to the edges. Try the Peras with pear, gorgonzola, pine nuts and dill or the Campo- chorizo, mushroom, onion.
The cost: Empanadas are about $5 (you’ll want at least two) and pizzas range from $14 - $18.
How to order: Open for takeout only via Boludo’s website- note: At peak times, orders may take up to two hours so don’t procrastinate!