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The first indoor/outdoor off-leash dog park, tap house and eatery in the Twin Cities!
NOTE: Reservations do not include seating, but guarantee space for pup-play time. Standing high-tops and bar seating available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Please don't forget to head to our website unleashedhoundsandhops.com to learn How It Works and Pre-Registering your dog before your visit.
Our authentic yakiniku (grilled barbeque) dining experience crowns you the chef. Share a variety of delicious appetizers and premium cooked meats over a flaming grill, paired with Japanese sake, frosty cold beers, or other alcoholic and non-alcoholic options of your choice. We're the perfect spot to enjoy time with friends and family, organize an office party, or to spend quality time with your significant other!
Before you go, don't forget to taste our best-seller Harami Skirt Steak or Prime Kalbi Short Rib among other must-try dishes!
Al & Alma's restaurant is a perfect choice if you want a quiet and relaxed atmosphere, good food, and wonderful service.
With immense gratitude, we invite you to Live Full Boar with us.
We invite you to dine with us and experience food as it was meant to be experienced: fresh, fragrant & full of flavor. All of our meals are prepared by our award-winning Certified Executive Chef, Christopher Rohe, using only the finest ingredients. His passion for savory food is reflected in every soup, salad & entrée he creates . . . and in every bite you take.
In addition to our exquisite, tantalizing menu, we have an excellent selection of wines for you to choose from, all of which you can enjoy in an intriguing and relaxing atmosphere.
We look forward to seeing you!
Nic's bar, just off the main dining room, is a casual, old-world tavern and the patio offers stunning views of the Minneapolis skyline. The Inn is a convenient, comfortable destination for breakfast or lunch meetings while the 3 or 5-course Sunday Brunch is the perfect weekend indulgence.
Granite City Food & Brewery’s signature brews, which are made on-site, include The Duke (Pale Ale), The Bennie (Bock), The Batch (Double IPA), The Northern (American Style Light Lager) and The Stout. Seasonal brews are featured throughout the year.
- MSMarySvipMinneapolis - St. Paul •6 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoThe only complaint we would have is that there was only 2 of us on Thanksgiving. We both ordered the turkey dinner they brought 1 out 5 minutes after we ordered and then asked if we were both sharing the one turkey dinner and we said no and then 5 minutes later they came out with the other. Half way through dinner we had to ask the waitress for the bread. Would have been nice if we would have had time to enjoy a piece of bread first and then have both our dinners served at the same time. It felt a little rushed.More infoThe Capital Grille - MinneapolisPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown / North Loop•4.8
- NNeighborvipMinneapolis - St. Paul •18 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoDelicious food as always - the best pasta in town! Ambiance is great and the service as always is professional and friendly. Zelo is one of the best restaurants in town!More infoZeloPrice: Moderate• Italian• Downtown / North Loop•4.8
- MmamafCaribbean •2 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 18, 2023The food comes in generous portions, with fresh and unique combinations, at a reasonable price for downtown. Love the complex cocktail options - blood orange margarita, yes please! My only disappointment was the fries could have been hotter (thought the seasoning/flavor excellent). Great place for a meal before a show or concert.More infoCRAVE - LaSalle PlazaPrice: Moderate• American• Downtown / North Loop•4.5
- MMMetMeatsMinneapolis - St. Paul •5 reviews4.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We chose to spend our anniversary dinner at Fogo once more. The food was delicious, as usual! The dining area is very clean and well kept - very nice dining experience. Also, as usual, our server didn't bring our check in a reasonable amount of time. 20 minutes after declining dessert and setting our dishes aside to be bussed there was still no sign of our bill, despite me placing our credit card on the table in clear view. My wife ended up asking a couple servers who were assigned to other tables for our check. Not sure if he thought we were going to tip lightly because we passed on the special appetizers and bottle service?? This happened last time we went to Fogo but we had waited even longer. The restaurant was not very busy compared to usual. What is the deal with the dismal state of the bathrooms? No hot or warm water at the taps and very messy. Frankly the inattentive service at the end of the meal repeating itself is causing me to question whether we will go back. Seems intentional and disrespectful... time will tell, I guess.More infoFogo de Chao - MinneapolisPrice: Moderate• Brazilian• Downtown / North Loop•4.2
- OTOpenTable DinervipMinneapolis - St. Paul •6 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023A great way to start the new year! Love the sausage bread with the small batch house-made peanut butter. And the lemon ricotta pancakes are a favorite. Lovely guitar vocalist played during our visit. Happy New Year!More infoHell's Kitchen MinneapolisPrice: Moderate• American• Downtown / North Loop•4.5
Discover The Twin Cities
Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.
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