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Popular Restaurants in Minnesota

If you're a first time visitor to Minnesota, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Minnesota.


What are some good restaurants in Minnesota?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Minnesota.

The Bachelor Farmer
50 North 2nd Avenue Minneapolis, MN (612) 206-3920
112 Eatery
112 N 3rd St Minneapolis, MN (612) 343-7696
La Belle Vie
510 Groveland Avenue Minneapolis, MN (612) 874-6440
Midtown Global Market
920 E Lake St Minneapolis, MN (612) 872-4041
Sea Salt Eatery
4825 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis, MN
Psycho Suzi's
1900 Marshall St NE Hennepin County, MN (612) 788-9069
Tilia
2726 West 43rd Street Minneapolis, MN (612) 354-2806
Quang Restaurant
2719 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, MN (612) 870-4739
Restaurant Alma
528 University Ave SE Minneapolis, MN (612) 379-4909
Piccolo
4300 Bryant Avenue South MN (612) 827-8111
Smack Shack
603 Washington Ave N Minneapolis, MN
Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge
3746 Sunset Dr Spring Park, MN (952) 471-8513
Hola Arepa
3501 Nicollet Ave Minneapolis, MN (612) 345-5583
The Local
931 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN (612) 904-1000
Vincent
1100 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, MN (612) 630-1189

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"I recommend checking out some restaurants in the North Loop area - spoon and stable is one of the best, Parlour, Borough Minneapolis, The Bachelor Farmer and Bar La Grassa are all fabulous as well."  See More

"You're a longer walk or a cheap cab ride away from Smack Shack (lobster rolls, great cocktails), The Freehouse (brewery with awesome casual food), Parlour(craft cocktails, more casual than it's big sister Borough, which is upstairs) and Bar La Grassa (Italian and a little more $, but you could get out of there for less than $30, depending on how much you drink!"  See More

"Other great options are The Bachelor Farmer and La Belle Vie!"  See More

"Hola Arepa is sort of shorthand for how our best food trucks have become white-hot brick and mortar restaurants."  See More

"Definitely head over to Minnehaha Park, where you'll find some good, easy hiking, scenery and Sea Salt Eatery."  See More

"If the day is nice Psycho Suzi's is cool outside too."  See More

"A few other nicer "fine" dining places would be Piccolo, Heartland Restaurant (in a cool area of St."  See More

"Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge is definitely fun for cocktails, if you want to be boating on Lake Minnetonka."  See More

"On the far end of Nicollet Mall is The Local and Brit's Pub & Eating Establishment."  See More

"The bar in Vincent has an out of this world burger under $15 and great happy hour specials."  See More

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  1. The Bachelor Farmer
  2. 112 Eatery
  3. La Belle Vie
  4. Midtown Global Market
  5. Sea Salt Eatery
  6. Psycho Suzi's
  7. Tilia
  8. Quang Restaurant
  9. Restaurant Alma
  10. Piccolo
  11. Smack Shack
  12. Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge
  13. Hola Arepa
  14. The Local
  15. Vincent
Where can I find out more about Minnesota?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Minnesota.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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