Where is the best place to get traditional Minnesotan food?
It’s hard to define “traditional Minnesotan food.” HauteDish prides itself on its Tater Tot Hautedish (among many other things) and Upton43 serves up meatballs, pickled herring, lutefisk and more, all nods to the region’s Nordic heritage. You can also dine at Fika in the American Swedish Institute for a similar menu vibe.
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