Eat Street Social is in Minneapolis, Minnesota and offers a beautiful dining experience for those in the area. Brunch and dinner menus are available, with various events taking place depending on the day you visit. This restaurant has an elegant interior and a fine dining menu that will tantalize the taste buds. The plating at Eat Street Social is just as enjoyable as the taste of the actual food.
Classic breakfast items, such as the duck confit tamale, are on the brunch menu. Also offered are sandwiches, called sandies, which include the Eat Street Burger and fried egg BLT. For dinner at Eat Street Social, you can enjoy soup and salad, small plates and snacks, as well as entr�es and even dessert. The Amish chicken breast is a favorite and comes with dumplings, haricot vert, mozzarella, sherry and ham.
Great food and great cocktails! Can't wait to go back!
Had never dined at Eat Street, but will definitely be back to sample more cocktails and food choices. A friend and I met for drinks and a light supper prior to a gallery opening and totally loved the atmosphere. The bar staff were super friendly and the wait staff were prompt, helpful, informative. Our dinners were fresh, creative and delicious! My friend's salad came with a perfectly cook soft boiled egg on top, my arugula salad had the addition of pine nut brittle - awesome! The cocktails were yummy and strong. Well, what's not to like?
We really liked the decor and casual ambiance. We ordered small plates and loved every bite of the market cheese plate, scallops and rosemary gnocchi. The chocolate chili cake is exceptional.
Server was rude. I ordered the lamb chops my girlfriend ordered the burger. The lamb chops were brought out within 10 minutes, but apparently they were another tables order. The server saw this mistake, after I had already eatin a lamb chop and some of the couscous and took my plate away saying "It was mistake, I have to take this". About 15 minutes later the plate came back along with my gf's burger and it had obviously been microwaved. Her burger was okay except for the massive amount of butter on it.
Sorry for the long write-up, but I left the server a $0 tip because of this when normally I tip 25%.
We had a very enjoyable evening at Eat Street. We were heading to another event and our waitress kept us on a perfect schedule for a well-paced dinner. Loved the pre-dinner specialty cocktails, delicious small plates and entrees.
All around amazing experience. We have been coming for 3 years now and are continuously impressed by the staff and the fact that you can tell they enjoy what they do. Can't say enough about the Old Fashioned and the Duck Breast was among the best in the city. We will be back.
Fabulous offerings for brunch...BLT w/fried egg, yummy. Generous portions can easily be shared.
By far this was one of my more memorable dining experiences. The owner came out and greeted me, which never happens anymore. The food was amazing and the service impeccable.
Nothing for kids. We were 2 adults and one child going to the Childrens theater (only 4 blocks away)and there is really nothing for a child. We ended up getting the cheese and crackers for her. The menu is very small so not much variety ie: one sandwich, one ck entree, one beef entree... Our server was very nice but we had to ask 2 people before we could find out what the market sandwich was. Honestly with the plethora of options in that area we would not go back here. It was 5:45 on a Saturday and all of the other restaurants were busy and this one wasnt which is always a bad sign
This restaurant was a delicious stop for brunch with close family on a Sunday afternoon. Would have been better without the drunken people at the bar (at 2 pm!!) but other than that, it was excellent. Our server, Chase, was outstanding!