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.
There are too many options to choose just a few places with good food and beer, but here are some suggestions.
Check out these downtown brunch hotspots before heading to a Twins game at Target Field.