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Axel's River Grille - Mendota
Axel's River Grille - Mendota
(1112)
$$$$
Steak | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

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Our second time getting to go. Such a great spot! Classic supper club atmosphere, like stepping back in time but with modern fare and stellar service. Ask for Ashely, she’s awesome! More

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Twin Cities / St. Paul's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
joan's in the Park
1. joan's in the Park
(2057)
$$$$
American | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

The food and service is top notch. Such a delicious experience. More

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St. Paul Grill and Bar
2. St. Paul Grill and Bar
(4572)
$$$$
American | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

The St. Paul Grill is my go-to place when visiting the Ordway Theater. They have valet parking that is virtually the same price as local parking ramps. But aside from that, the restaurant (in the St. Paul Hotel) is the epitome of comfortable fine dining. The menu is classic steak, poultry, and seafood, but beautifully prepared. One hallmark of the Grill is their extensive collection of single malt scotches. People come to this restaurant from all over the nation to find rarities, such as McCallen 40 year old scotch (if you have to ask how much, you can't afford it). The wine list is extensive and creative. This is a place where high-rollers come to impress clients, but you also see families there for birthday dinners and other celebrations. The prices are not low, and they have recently increased. but for the high quality of the food, many people will not find the menu overpriced. There are some real bargains on the menu, however, such as the huge, delicious chicken pot pie. I also frequently have made a dinner from the appetizer menu. Service is elegant and friendly. I have always felt like I am visiting an old friend when I come. I always enjoy every visit. More

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M ST. Cafe
3. M ST. Cafe
(709)
$$$$
American | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

Wonderful place to stop in the midst of a busy day. More

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Osteria I Nonni
4. Osteria I Nonni
(1288)
$$$$
Italian | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

We love I Nonni! Excellent food, great ambience and wonderful people waiting on us all evening! More

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Don Raul
5. Don Raul
(135)
$$$$
Mexican | Saint Paul, Twin Cities / St. Paul

Loved it--I found the menu fascinating and the service was first rate. More

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Discover St. Paul

The Midwestern metropolis of St. Paul has gained a reputation for its unique brand of rural chic. The expansive restaurant scene aptly reflects the city's diverse influences. Abundant grills, gastropubs and steakhouses pay homage to the area's agricultural assets. Upscale Italian, Russian and French cuisine will satisfy the most discerning foodies. See how Saint Paul does the farm-to-table trend with dishes like bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Locally sourced fish is also on the menu by way of planked salmon. If you're curious about local chefs' take on contemporary cuisine, some of the best restaurants offer affordable tasting menus. Sweet corn foam, anyone? When all else fails, this Twin City is full of comfort food. Chicken pot pie is a local favorite.

Discover St. Paul

The Midwestern metropolis of St. Paul has gained a reputation for its unique brand of rural chic. The expansive restaurant scene aptly reflects the city's diverse influences. Abundant grills, gastropubs and steakhouses pay homage to the area's agricultural assets. Upscale Italian, Russian and French cuisine will satisfy the most discerning foodies. See how Saint Paul does the farm-to-table trend with dishes like bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Locally sourced fish is also on the menu by way of planked salmon. If you're curious about local chefs' take on contemporary cuisine, some of the best restaurants offer affordable tasting menus. Sweet corn foam, anyone? When all else fails, this Twin City is full of comfort food. Chicken pot pie is a local favorite.