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About M ST. Cafe
M ST. Cafe is the latest in the lineage of extraordinary dining options at The Saint Paul Hotel. Whether you're joining us for a leisurely breakfast or a buttoned-up business lunch, M ST. Cafe is the perfect sophisticated-yet-casual destination. Whether you're holding a meeting or just meeting friends, M ST. Cafe is the new Downtown St. Paul destination. M ST. offers a unique new concept that is a combination of a la carte and European-style sideboard dining. M ST. offers a classic brunch and also offers privately catered parties and events throughout the day or evening. Meet a client for lunch, or linger over breakfast after a luxurious night at The Saint Paul Hotel. Schedule a mid-morning conference or work with us to create a truly memorable Groom's dinner. Casual dining, warm atmosphere and top level service... everything you'd expect from a restaurant in Minnesota's Landmark Hotel. Formal or informal, scheduled or spontaneous, M ST. is the place to meet in St. Paul.
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday 6:30am-11:00am, Saturday 7:00am-12:00pm, Sunday 7:00am-11:00am
Brunch: Sunday 9:00am-2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:00am-2:00pm
$30 and under
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We now offer up to 2 hours of complimentary parking for our guests dining at M ST. Cafe. Validated parking is available only at the Lawson Ramp, located between St. Peter Street and Wabasha on 5th Street. Present your parking ticket from the Lawson Parking Ramp to your server.
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
M ST. Cafe offers Private Party sites to guests. Locally we are simply known as the place where business gets done & weddings memorable. We specialize in providing the professional service & commitment required to ensure your meeting or event will be not merely successful, but memorable for years.
M ST. Cafe Ratings and Reviews
This was my second time eating at the M Street Cafe. I made reservations here during Restaurant Week. I like the atmosphere and you can engage in a conversation without raising your voice. The service was excellent and my Seared Crab Cake salad was very good. The Molten Brownie that was included was too rich for me and not something I would order again.
One of my favorite breakfast Buffets for the quality of the food. Today the desert selection was only OK and terms of taste and we needed to ask for bagels to go with the cream cheese and lox that were sent out. Just know that orange juice or any beverage does not come with your meal. I still like it but it is not a 10
Overall a positive experience. Struggled with our server who seemed to be working on quantity of tables she could turn over versus quality of service. She funished our sentences when ordering, rushed us through the meal after bringing incorrect items. Frustrated that a meal came with 2 large pieces of toast. When gluten free toast was substitited, it was ridiculously small, unbuttered and uncharged $2.95. The food was very good, even if it was not what we wanted.
Primary issue was there should have been one more server for the New Year Day brunch. The waiting time for the prime rib was running very slow. We were a group of ten but could not get seating together even with us setting up the reservations back in September.
Was looking for a brunch location before a matinee at the Ordway. Found their brunch menu online, and the buffet option offered something for everyone in my group, including a picky teenager. We loved it. The food and service were excellent, and we were able to carry on a conversation because the sound level was conducive. We will definitely go there again. The tomato bisque was amazing, and the cold buffet was beautiful and delicious. Even the desserts were good, and I am not often impressed by restaurant desserts.
We have been attendng this brunch for several years and although good for the most part, it’s the same menu every time. Suggestions are to start serving organic food, more gluten free options without charging the customer higher rates for gluten-free bread and turkey sausage, which is ridiculous, also serving a general beverage with the meal complementary. For my husband and I that are gluten-free and don’t eat red meat, this is very expensive. We get a better breakfast at the Downtowner on Seventh Street for a fraction of the price.
We went for Christmas Brunch. The setting was very festive. The 22 stations were amazing. However, the food was a bit uneven. The roast beef was very tough. On the other hand, the cream of onion bisque was delicious, as were the waffles with apple and currant sauce and whipped cream, the confit of duck benedict, and the amazing raft of deserts. For 30 dollars a person, it was very reasonable and a very easy Christmas dinner.
We live in Milwaukee, WI and have attended your Christmas brunch for the last three years. The food is always exceptional though I !was a little disappointed with the initial service. We arrived at 10:30 (party of four) for our 11:00 reservation. I understand that our early arrival would not translate into early seating, but when other 11:00 reservations started arriving at 10:50 and were seated before us, I was somewhat surprised. Other than that, everything else was perfect
I have taken group of people that I work with here for the past three or four years for holiday lunch. The service is always good as is the food. They do not have a huge menu, but what they do they do well. The atmosphere and decorations are very appealing.
Minute we walked in we were greeted by Todd. He was so friendly and even talked a bit with us after seating us. Rebecca knows we drink Diet Coke and brings it right when we are seated. We appreciate the special attention given. The sideboard was delicious. I usually order the Turkey Burger (favorite menu) but was happy to try something different. Thanks. Merry Christmas.
This was our second time going to the Thanksgiving brunch. Seemed like more people and longer line for the main food. The food wasn't hot and poor options for people that don't eat meat but eat fish. The salmon was good but was cooked in bacon, so she ate the shrimp from the salad bar. It would have been nice to see some different desserts. The service wasn't too good but I left 20%. I think I will cook next year.
We were celebrating my wife’s birthday. The food (Sunday brunch) was great, as were the ambience and service. There was good variety of food, from meats to salads to fruit. The desserts were just the right size for sharing. Great coffee also. The server was very attentive. Highly recommended.
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