Hello! And welcome to the twin cities !!

Updated: Aug 11

I've never been so flattered to have found out that some folks have come out mainly to visit me.


I'm hoping by writing this, I can help provide a more extended experience for those who are in the area Here is a list of placed I've been to that I enjoyed

Upscale or Rustic dining:

"Meritage" (St Paul)

typically a 5 course meal with an A la Carte menu

"Spoon & Stable" (Minneapolis)

French cuisine in Rustic setting

The "COV" (Wayzata) although there are more than one location, the best one is in Wayzata , I sits near the lake for a lovely outdoor setting


"Owamni by The Sioux Chef" (Minneapolis) Indigenous food , Rustic tastes, different menus by day and night , with river view "Bullvino's Churrascaria" (st paul)

we have about 2 other Brazilian all-you-can-eat Steak houses

"Fogo De Chao" (downtown) &

"Rodizios" (maplegrove)


I've found bullvinos to be my favorite , only because They serve you a drink out of a bulls private area.


DIY Dining

"Gyu kaku" (Minneapolis) located in the uptown area It's a optional grill it yourself japanese restaurant

The cheesy corn is a must


"Hoban" (Minneapolis) uptown location only,

is the same concept, except it's Korean with unlimited side dishes


"le Hot Pot" (Minneapolis)

If you love soup


"Sushi Train" (Minneapolis) downtown

Sushi on a conveyor belt

Rooftop

"Seven" (downtown)

It's sushi

"CRAVE" (downtown only)

With an assortment of food genres

"Stella's fish cafe" (uptown Minneapolis)


"Amore uptown"

Great Italian for evenings & weekend brunch

Other suggestions : "Tongue in Cheek"


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