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Always a wonderful venue for a great meal and great conversation. The various menu options are both broad and of impeccable quality. Fresh fish and seafood along with sensational steaks make this a keeper. We were there for my birthday meal and they even brought me a nice little after dinner treat to celebrate the birthday. Always great and you won't regret this choice! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We had a great time celebrating our son's 25th birthday and also his little brother's 19th. The sparkler candle was a great touch and they both felt special. We loved he glass all around withe the views of the city on Hennepin. Food was fabulous and our server was so caring and helpful! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Because it was one of my favorites, I was disappointed when the Grand Cafe closed last summer. But the next iteration has come back with a vengeance! The atmosphere and waitstaff are phenomenal, and the food is absolutely creative and delicious. 6 out of 5 stars. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We are a casual. upscale restaurant located in at the Galleria in the Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Our food is made fresh in our kitchen daily. Our menu is small, and perfect;y prepared. We offer lunch and dinner starting at 11am with last seating at 9pm. We also serve Starbucks coffee and pastries beginning at 9am.More
Seeing an opportunity to expand to the ever growing-in-popularity Northeast neighborhood, this concept is one near to the owner’s heart. Geno’s menu focuses on Parmesan dishes — the old-school Italian-American staple featuring meatballs, chicken, pork or eggplant served with homemade tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, all with the option to eat as sandwiches or an entrée with two sides. Geno’s showcases a cozy, classic diner ambiance with enough seating to host about 40 people. The restaurant has a fast-casual approach for the lunch hour and a sit-down style for dinner. Complimenting a full bar with cocktails, beer and draft wine, the highlights are the frozen Sangria and Sgroppino wine slushes that are worth the trip alone. The bar features $3 house red and white wine all day on tap, happy hour specials everyday from 3-6pm as well as 10pm-12am Friday and Saturday which include half-off specialty cocktails, $3 rail drinks and domestic bottles.More
a Japanese Restaurant Kado no Mise serves Japanese fare that is simple and delicate - true to the tastes and form that Chef Furukawa learned when he first started cooking professionally in his hometown of Tokyo, Japan. Every meal, including our nigiri, sashimi, and maki, is carefully hand-crafted from a select choice of fresh, local and Japanese ingredients in the true Edomae style. No derivatives. No extrapolation. Kado no Mise, which translates to “Corner Restaurant,” located at 33 North First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN - Main Floor.More
a Kaiseki Restaurant Kaiseki is a form of Japanese cooking that draws its philosophy from tea ceremony traditions in 16th-century Kyoto, Japan. At its core is the belief that we are at our best when we experience every moment with one another as if it were a once-in-a-lifetime gathering. As a culinary expression, Kaiseki is a reflection of the season—an intricate rhythm of taste and texture brought forth in a progression of courses. Kaiseki Furukawa’s founding chef and co-owner, Shigeyuki Furukawa, was born in Japan and became a Kaiseki chef in Tokyo. He then moved to Kyoto, so he could work directly with master Kaiseki chefs to cultivate a still deeper understanding of the cuisine. It has been Chef Furukawa’s lifelong dream to bring the pure form of this cooking to his own restaurant. After five years in development, Kaiseki Furukawa opened in 2017 at 33 North First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, Second Floor.More
Welcome to Lotus Uptown!
We are family-owned and operated serving authentic, Vietnamese cuisine. Located in uptown Minneapolis, we offer authentic and traditional dishes at affordable prices in a friendly atmosphere.
Our extensive menu combines fresh Vietnamese, southeast asian ingredients and flavors to satisfy your palate, all of which is delivered in a gorgeous atmosphere with friendly service.More
As arguably Minneapolis' trendiest neighborhood, Uptown features an eclectic mix of food, nightlife, shops and nature. This district has bounced back from a 1928 fire to become a thriving hotspot. These days, it's easy to explore the wide range of multicultural and homestyle American restaurants by foot. You can try the city's iconic Juicy Lucy, a cheese-stuffed burger, at several Uptown spots. This scrumptious burger originated in South Minneapolis in the 1950s. If you're visiting in the summer, hit one of Uptown's rooftop patios. When the sunshine arrives, Minneapolis natives like to consume cold drinks and fried fish while enjoying elevated views of the city. Of course, a trip to Uptown wouldn't be complete without some good old-fashioned diner food. Scarf down some blueberry pancakes or deli sandwiches until the wee hours in a homey yet hip atmosphere.