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About Mission American Kitchen & Bar
Urban energy meets style and comfort at Mission American Kitchen & Bar. This contemporary American Restaurant is located in the beautiful IDS Center in Downtown Minneapolis. New York Times hails Mission “Top choice for contemporary American comfort food, as well as the power lunch capital of Downtown Minneapolis.“
Floor to ceiling windows, intimate plush seating, exceptional service and an extensive wine collection make Mission the perfect dining locale. Destination diners, business travelers and guests will experience a fresh approach to cooking. Well-crafted flavor combinations break the mold of traditional restaurants. Fresh seafood, flavorful salads and all-natural meats are just a glimpse of what you can expect at this award-winning restaurant.
Happy Hour Monday -Friday 4-6pm and Half off bottles of wine on Tuesdays & Saturdays.
Minneapolis, MN 55402
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Closed on Sundays
Private Event Bookings Available: Private dining rooms and the crystal court banquet facilities can accommodate dinner parties from 15 to 100, and reception events 15 - 200 people . Mission is available for large private event bookings Sunday-Saturday.
Valet and Heated Parking ramp, and street parking available.
7th & Marquette
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Large Private offsite events should contact Katie Klabechek with full details of the event along with potential needs. We will review the information to see if it fits within our capabilities.
Mission offers complementary parking in the IDS Center parking ramp after 5pm Monday - Saturday.
Ramp is located on Marquette between 7th and 8th streets.
Nicollet Mall light rail station is 2 blocks from our front doors. Exit the train and walk SW on either Nicollet or Marquette avenue.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Thank you for considering Mission American Kitchen and Bar for your next event. Mission offers private dining during lunch and dinner for all business and social occasions. Contact Katie Klabechek at 612-875-3939
Mission has 2 private dining rooms, a semi private room, a VIP bar section, and full restaurant buyout capabilities. For more information please call Katie Klabechek.
Mission American Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
Like many of the Downtown restaurants they all want to get to the $100 price point for dinner whether it deserves it or not. When an appetizer, a side order of asparagus, one entrée and two glasses of wine comes to a hundred bucks. That's ridiculous! They also promote validated parking for the IDS. The waitress said when you come back for Desert we can take care of it. The play went until 10:30 the restaurant closed at 10 so much for that. Next time I will fix a wonderful dinner at home for my spouse and save 50 bucks.
Unfortunately the food at Mission American Kitchen was way below standard. I ordered Guinness braised short ribs and they were so dry I could not eat it. I make much better short ribs. I don't know how my friends' meals tasted, but no one commented that their food was good or bad. Disappointing meal but the ambiance and the service was great.
I've been here twice in the past four months - both times I've been here the food has been average, I tried two different items and my guests did also. Each time we both agreed that the food is fine, but that's it. Better places downtown to have a business lunch.
Beet salad was great, tuna also very good bur rice cake with it was quite chewy. Wife had crab cakes which she said were great. Service very friendly, but slow pre U2 concert. They warned us when we arrived, so was not a surprise. Ambiance nice but nothing special or particularly unique. Good for business lunch or dinner.
First time visitor to Minneapolis on business. I had dinner in three different restaurants. Mission would've been the weakest of the three.
Really liked the Korean barbecue rib appetizer and the deviled eggs. Had the Halibut on the menu, it was surprisingly good. I say surprisingly because I noticed the head chef hanging around the hostess station, and sitting at the bar the entire time we were there. I thought it really showed horribly. Had a chocolate cake for dessert that was awful. They apologized and took it off the bill.
With so many fine dining choices in Minneapolis, this restaurant has to try a lot harder to win their share of business. They were not very busy, compared to the other two restaurants I had been to during my stay.
Service and hostess were weak. Hostess left us at bar when we had gotten there early, and we had let her know that we wanted to have dinner, and she stated service didn't start until 5PM. We had to get her for a table after 5. Odd. Never once did she or waiter ask how any thing was. Place was quiet.
Food was decent, however.
We have had better dinners at Mission before but this one was only so so. While the food was excellent as always, the service was poor. This was before the Billy Joel concert at Target Field and the management must have been caught unaware. Service was grindingly slow and there was seeming no one running the floor to ensure customers were being taken care of. Overall, I would reconsider dining at Mission before an event again.
We will definitely be back even though our first experience was interesting. Maybe we just looked young which skewed the service but the food was really good. Walleye was a bit smothered in butter but brie appetizer was delicious as was the scallops. Will definitely give it another chance but may stay in our business attire to see of the service impeoves .
We had a nice quiet booth perfect for our date! The wine list is terrific, wines for all tastes. The service was exceptional and all the courses served in a timely manner. The appetizers and dinners were beautifully "designed" on the plates and tasted fabulous! We had a great dining experience and our first time at Mission American Kitchen.
Really uninspired food. The filet mignon was charred and overlooked. The veggies were soggy and tasteless. Pork tenderloin just a soft, fairly tasteless meat that seemed. Ore suited to a school cafeteria.
On the plus side, the waitstaff were really friendly and attentive, and the wine selection was small but thoughtful.
Better choices in Minneapolis. The seared ahi was pre-made and room temp. The cauliflower puree that it came on was good. But overall it was bland and not hot off the grill. The scallops were average. The pancetta was more like ham. The halibut well cooked, but bland. The sucotash was flavorful. Decided not to have dessert since the meal was less than desirerable. The silver lining is that bottles of wine are half price on Saturdays. Go elsewhere. Felt like hotel food at best.
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