FUJI-YA JAPANESE RESTAURANT
600 W. Lake Street, Minneapolis, 55408
612-871-4055 | 465 N. Wabasha Street, Saint
Paul, 55102 | 651-310-0111 | fujiyasushi.com
Minnesota’s first Japanese restaurant offering
an eclectic menu featuring appetizers, award-winning sushi, tempura, sukiyaki and teriyaki.
ICHIBAN JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE
1333 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, 55403
612-339-0540 | ichiban.ca
Treat yourself to outstanding Japanese
teppanyaki cooking prepared by expert chefs.
Comfortable, authentic atmosphere. Ichiban
now features an all-you-can-eat sushi bar. Open
daily at 4: 30 p.m. Reservations recommended.
MASU SUSHI & ROBATA
330 E. Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, 55414
612-332-6278 | masusushiandrobata.com
Contemporary Japanese restaurant from
local James Beard Award winner Tim McKee.
Featuring oodles of noodles and a robust
THE BACHELOR FARMER
50 Second Avenue N., Minneapolis, 55401
612-206-3920 | thebachelorfarmer.com
With a rooftop farm for produce, this restaurant
brings the freshest to the table. The Bachelor
Farmer serves fresh and simple food that
honors Minnesota’s Nordic heritage.
730 N. Washington Avenue, Minneapolis
55401 | 612-345-3135 | boroughmpls.com
Creative, ever-changing contemporary
American dishes are offered in Borough’s
main dining area, with a smaller selection and
cocktails in the lower-level Parlour.
Ground level of Graves 601 Hotel,
601 First Avenue N., Minneapolis, 55403
612-677-1100 | bradstreetcraftshouse.com
This swank spot features high quality small
plates in the $10 range and cocktails that
hearken back to the Prohibition era when
cocktails were born.
Northeast Minneapolis: 600 E. Hennepin
Avenue, Minneapolis, 55414 | 612-379-3030
Saint Paul: 777 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul,
55105 | 651-224-1302 | brasa.us
A short menu of items such as slow-roasted
pork and rotisserie chicken paired with soul-food sides of grits, sweet potatoes, and beans
BRYANT LAKE BOWL
810 W. Lake Street, Minneapolis, 55408
612-825-3737 | bryantlakebowl.com
Uptown bowling alley with original 1950s gear
offers egg scrambles with American fries,
burritos, cabaret theater and live music.
1942 Hennepin Avenue S., Minneapolis 55405
612-843-1515 | burchrestaurant.com
Upstairs you’ll find steakhouse items from James
Beard Award winner Isaac Becker, including
different varieties and grades of beef, raw dishes,
salads, starters and dumplings, while downstairs in
the pizza bar, wood-fired pies aren’t to be missed.
BUTCHER & THE BOAR
1121 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis 55403
612-238-8888 | butcherandtheboar.com
Meat is king here, where housemade sausages
and cured meats burst with flavor (try the wild
boar hot link and house pickle plate). Also boasts
more than 65 types of bourbon, 30 tap lines of
craft beer and a beer garden.
850 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, 55105
651-224-5687 | cafelatte.com
Lively, cafeteria-style eatery offers salads,
soups, and great cakes and desserts all day and
late into the night, plus pizza and a wine bar.
1624 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, 55403
612-486-5500 | cafelurcat.com
New American cuisine makes all-American classics sleeker—seared yellowfin tuna, pot roast
and pork tenderloin—all served in a elegant,
voguish environment overlooking Loring Park.
Four locations: Galleria (Edina), Shops at West
End (St. Louis Park), LaSalle Plaza (Downtown
Minneapolis), Mall of America (Bloomington)
CRAVE features modern American cuisine
paired with a full sushi bar and award-winning
wine list and cocktail program. Perfect for large
parties, business dinners and family outings.
Explore the rest of our family of restaurants:
Figlio (Italian Kitchen), Union Rooftop and Fish
Market, and our newest concept, Boneyard
(opening Uptown Minneapolis March 2014).
DICK’S LAST RESORT
Mall of America, Level 4, 402 South Avenue,
Bloomington, 55425 | 612-276-6995
Dick’s Last Resort is “The Joint Yer Mama
Warned You About.” From rug-rats to old-farts,
from high-class to no class, Dick’s is all in fun
and fun for all who dare to enter! Make sure
you bring along your sense of humor, ‘cause
Dick’s servers sure can dish it out. Along with
the sarcasm, we’re serving up ribs, chicken,
seafood, burgers, salads and sandwiches.
Dick’s is the ideal joint for large groups. Big or
small—we’ll make yer party great!
THE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT
572 Bench Street, Taylors Falls, 55084
651-465-7831 | taylorsfalls.com
The Drive-In Restaurant was named “Best of
Summer 2012” by Mpls/St. Paul magazine
and “Best of the Twin Cities” by Minnesota
Monthly in 2011. What has the critics raving?
Homemade root beer, juicy hand packed
burgers, carhops and oldies in your car or on
the patio. Come for the fun!
80 S. Ninth Street, Minneapolis, 55402
612-332-4700 | hellskitcheninc.com
In a one-of-a-kind underground lair, this highly-awarded breakfast spot also shines with free
live music during dinner, a killer weekend
brunch, one of downtown’s busiest happy
hours, plus late night food and music til 2 a.m.
80 S. Ninth Street, Minneapolis, 55402
612-338-9900 | meltingpot.com
At The Melting Pot Restaurant, we offer a dining
experience like no other. A unique, interactive
dining experience creating memorable
moments with family and friends. Whether
you’re celebrating romance, a birthday,
anniversary or a corporate event, we offer
an opportunity to interact and connect while
experiencing the fondue effect.
36 W. Seventh Street, Saint Paul, 55102
651-222-5633 | mickeysdiningcar.com
Legendary art deco dining car remains virtually
unchanged and serves a full menu—from
breakfasts to burgers— 24 hours a day.
M ST. CAFE
350 Market Street, Saint Paul, 55102
651-228-3855 | mstreetcafe.com
M ST. offers a unique concept that is a
combination of a la carte and European-style
MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM
3675 Arboretum Drive, Chanhassen, 55318
Enjoy healthy cafeteria-style lunches and
snacks in the attractive Arboretum Restaurant
on the upper level of the Oswald Visitor Center.
Features include a daily special, homemade
soups, salads, grilled fare, fresh bakery and
With James Beard Award winners, world fare, local flavors, casual pubs
and more from which to choose, you’ll never be hungry.