What is your ethnic food scene like?
The Twin Cities is a collage of cultures and it reflects in our food scene. Check out Eat Street, a 17-block stretch of authentic cuisine that ranges from German and Greek to Thai and Taiwanese. (The actual road is Minneapolis’ Nicollet Avenue.) The Midtown Global Market is a conglomerate of diverse shops and restaurants, and the Hmongtown Marketplace is an enormous hub for Hmong fare and fresh produce.
My favorite breakfast spot in the Twin Cities is Nicollet Island Inn, located on Nicollet Island, a small piece of shoreline jutting out into the Mississippi River. The hotel and restaurant consistently tops lists of romantic getaway spots and favorite restaurants for...
Check out the hub for microbreweries in Northeast Minneapolis.