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Manny's Steakhouse
Steak | Downtown / North Loop
Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - Minneapolis
Brazilian Steakhouse | Downtown / North Loop
Hell's Kitchen Minneapolis
American | Downtown / North Loop
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Cedar + Stone, Urban TableCedar + Stone, Urban Table
555 reviews
Contemporary American | Bloomington, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Great wait person, allowed us to visit before ordering, good suggestions. More

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Mercy Bar & Dining RoomMercy Bar & Dining Room
327 reviews
Comfort Food | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Nice place, the apps are delicious! More

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Punch Bowl Social MinneapolisPunch Bowl Social Minneapolis
174 reviews
American | St. Louis Park, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

The only negative was that it was so slow at the time I went that I waited a little bit to get seated which was a downfall. More

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Kincaid's - BloomingtonKincaid's - Bloomington
3881 reviews
Steak | Bloomington, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Ambiance is beautiful, food was disappointingly average. I ordered the salmon and it was overcooked, for dessert we ordered the Key Lime Pie with lemon sorbet and the pie was a little bland tasting, the sorbet was fine. I would not recommend this restaurant for it's food based on my first experience but I would recommend it for the ambiance. More

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TEN 01 SOCIAL - Hilton MinneapolisTEN 01 SOCIAL - Hilton Minneapolis
52 reviews
Contemporary American | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

It was great More

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Minneapolis's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
joan's in the Park1. joan's in the Park
1693 reviews
American | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

They have a new 4 course menu and it was outstanding! Loved the salmon tartar Pork ribs was melt in your mouth- delicious❤️ More

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The Capital Grille - Minneapolis2. The Capital Grille - Minneapolis
3295 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown / North Loop, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

This restaurant was on my bucket list! I had a filet that was cooked perfectly. It was tender and almost melted in my mouth. Veggies were very good but green beans were really under cooked, although tiny, they were too crispy. More

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Town Talk Diner and Gastropub3. Town Talk Diner and Gastropub
194 reviews
American | South Minneapolis, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Service was fantastic, and the food was superb. The dishes were unique and tasty. Definitely a place I’ll keep coming back to. More

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Bleu Duck Kitchen4. Bleu Duck Kitchen
64 reviews
American | Rochester, Rochester

It’s about time there was a place serving elevated food. Loved everything we had. More

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Costa Blanca5. Costa Blanca
502 reviews
Tapas / Small Plates | Northeast Minneapolis, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

I really like this place and will continue to go. Little pricey but everything works. Excellent food. Worth it. More

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Feller - StillwaterFeller - Stillwater
American | Stillwater, Twin Cities / Eastern Suburbs

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La VoyaLa Voya
French | Bloomington, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Featuring traditional French dishes infused with Minnesotan influence, La Voya delights with a signature twist on favorite classics. An enviable wine and champagne list, as well as expertly crafted traditional cocktails, compliments the Brasserie's well-rounded menu, which offers selections ranging from light, healthy choices to delectable comfort foods. Beautiful windows create bright and inviting spaces for breakfast and lunch, while plush curtains candlelight and music creates an intimate, sophisticated environment for evening dining and lingering, late night drinking.More

Lyn 65 Kitchen & BarLyn 65 Kitchen & Bar
American | Richfield, Twin Cities / Minneapolis

Opened in the summer of 2014, Lyn 65 is a chef driven restaurant that serves creative, yet humble bar fare inspired by the various cultures found around the world. Our entire staff contributes to the creative content of our menus, as well as the genuine hospitality that we hope to share with you. More

Ruby's Dining RoomRuby's Dining Room
American | Lake Shore, Central Minnesota

Fabulous food in our historic lakeside log dining room. Choose to order from our a la carte menu or our fabulous nightly buffet.More

Rudy's Red Eye GrillRudy's Red Eye Grill
American | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

Where strangers become friends, and friends become family. Rudy’s Redeye Grill is an old-style steakhouse offering a family-friendly fine dining experience unlike any other. Rudy’s specializes in homemade comfort foods such as bleu cheese meatloaf, quality steaks, fresh seafood, and pasta. Reminiscent of the 1940’s and 1950’s, Rudy’s boasts rich warm colors, dark wood, and romantic leather booths to compliment a devotion to incomparable service.More

Discover The Twin Cities

Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.