Lake and Irving Restaurant. Asian and Hawaiian farm to table influenced food with a great beer selection. Rick Nelson gave it a solid review.
The Kenwood Restaurant. A great neighborhood restaurant. One of the best brunches in the Twin Cities. Runner up for best restaurant of the year.
Midwestern grannies gone wild food: http://parkampls.com.
Lynn-Lake neigbhorhood restaurant with especially strong pastas. Chef used to work at Tosca.
Chai at Verdant Tea.
Eat Street Social: Tiki bar in the annex with flaming cocktails and alcoholic snow cones.
Made by volunteers each September through April. Can eat in their cafeteria from 11am to 1pm or by frozen for takeout.
515 University Avenue Northeast.
Known for soft tofu stew. A winter warm up.
307 Delaware Street, Minneapolis.
Obento-Ya, 1510 Como Ave SE, Minneapolis
Japenese food and bento boxes.
From 5 to 10 p.m., Barbette prepares 4 to 5 course dinners, including dessert and/or a cheese course for $32. Menus often include sustainable harvested fish or locally farmed meats, but we’re happy to accommodate vegetarians, vegans, and others with dietary constraints.