What are some of the most iconic Twin Cities restaurants?
You can’t come here without getting a cheese-stuffed burger called Juicy Lucy—or a Jucy Lucy, depending on who you ask. The 5-8 Club claims that they flipped it first, while Matt’s Bar says the same. Other mainstays are Al’s Breakfast in Dinkytown, Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge, Brit’s Pub and Restaurant Alma.
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...
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