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Whether you're dining your way through Eat Street or chowing down on a culinary masterpiece from a James Beard Award-winning chef, Minneapolis-St. Paul serves up a variety of tasty adventures for your taste buds.


What breweries are close by to the Minneapolis Marriott West?

While there are none in the immediate area. The closest ones include: • LTD Brewing • Steel Toe Brewing • Utepils Brewing • LynLake Brewery As you get closer and closer to Minneapolis and St. Paul, the number increases exponentially. Some of our favorites are: • Surly...

What are some good breakfast spots with outdoor dining?

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...

Where is the best rooftop dining?

Dining al fresco is one of our favorite pastimes. Union in downtown Minneapolis has a year-round rooftop, while neighboring restaurants CRAVE and Ling & Louie’s offer great views too…

Where can I get local craft beer?

The craft beer scene has absolutely exploded here in the last five years. The Twin Cities have over 40 breweries alone and plenty more on the docket…

Do you have food trucks?

Of course! During the warmer months you can find them lined up along Marquette Avenue and other streets in downtown Minneapolis…

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…

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…


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