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About TEN 01 SOCIAL - Hilton Minneapolis
Ten 01 Social serves regionally-inspired fare in a setting as vibrant and welcoming as Minneapolis itself. Here in our signature restaurant and lounge, Chef Michael Beck has created a wide-ranging menu with flavors focused and intense, reflecting a commitment to freshness, seasonality, and responsible sourcing. From the snap of the asparagus to the tenderness of our Midwestern smoked pork chop, every bite ignites the appetite.
While the cooking is serious, the ambiance is decidedly social. Whether you’re having breakfast with colleagues, lunch with clients, or dinner and drinks with friends, Ten 01 Social elevates the occasion with a menu that intrigues, service that soothes, and a spirit as expansive as the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
1001 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast 7 days: 6:00am (till Noon on Sunday) Lunch 7 Days: 11:00am Dinner 7 Days: 4p to Midnight. Featuring 2 Social Hours M-F 4pm-6pm & 10:01pm - Midnight.
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Weddings, Galas, Major Corporate Events,and intimate family gatherings, the Hilton Minneapolis and Ten 01 Social can tailor to any type of function.
The convenience of self parking in the hotel parking lot or the option of valet parking at hotel front entrance on Marquette Ave. Holiday Events typically offer complimentary SELF parking included in the price. Please check for details.
Five block walk to the Hiawatha line on 5th and Marquette.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
TEN 01 SOCIAL - Hilton Minneapolis Ratings and Reviews
For the price, NOT a good time. Seated quickly, server was attentive. A short drink was $11! I had the Buttermilk Chicken, which was too salty, and substituted asparagus for the side, which was very good. My friend had the pork chop, which was very good, but her risotto was horrible. Nothing appealed on the dessert menu. Too expensive for less than quality food!
No service. Asked for refill of water- none. Then suggested to be given a water pitcher for water- none. We had three at our table. 2 meals brought out. Third one was 10 min. Later! Server never came back. Had reservation , had to wait 20 min. Then we were seated in an area with at least 5 empty tables. Food was excellent though.
Food was excellent Service was fine but food took a VERY long time. One hour from sitting down to receiving food. It was New Year's Eve and very busy but we arrived an hour and forty five minutes before the concert and left ten minutes before the concert started.
It is conveniently located across the street from Orchestra Hall where we were attending a Christmas concert after dinner. The waitress was very cordial and accommodating and gave us good tips on menu questions that we have. The food was very tasty and served at the right temperature. The prices are reasonable. The ambience is nice and it is not noisy. All in all, we will return.
We chose this place because it was very close to our office and we were in a hurry. We wanted a tasty but quick lunch.
As we walked up for our 11:30am reservation, the 3 people standing at the host station all walked away. We stood there for five minutes then walked in and asked a waitress to get the host (who was one of the 3 that walked away).
We were seated and it took another 10 minutes for someone to come over and offer drinks. He took our order and it took 30 minutes to get our food. I mention that because we had two bowls of soup and two salads, and a 2-item - charcuterie tray.
The food portions were very small. The watercress salad was bitter. The pepper/tomato soup was lukewarm. The charcuterie tray was 5 thin slices of cheese the size of a triscuit and 2 slices of bison sausage the size of a quarter that I couldn't cut with my fork.
We were there 11:30a until 1pm on a weekday and there were no more than four tables with people the entire time we were there. We all left hungry and in agreement we would not be back.
This was my first experience and it was a business lunch. The menu options were varied. The items we ate were prepared as requested and were good! The location is good as well - you could walk from almost anywhere downtown. Lastly, the service was fantastic!
I picked this restaurant because of it's new-ness and proximity to Orchestra Hall. I saw it had been remodeled and was excited about going there -- We ended up VERY disappointed . . .
> the waitress was trying to keep up but appeared to have too many tables
> they ran out of the item my husband ordered and he had to choose something else
> they brought out our entrees before our appetizer, so they took them back but it was VERY evident that they put the plates under the heat lamps and I ended up with dried out fish
> both plates were a very messy presentation and the veggies on both plates were overcooked - having sat under the heat lamp
> we were overcharged for our appetizer - only by $1.00 but still overcharged
> we didn't have a chance to raise any of these issues that night or we would have been late for our concert
The new Ten 01 Social replaced an awesome SkyWater restaurant in the MSP Downtown Hilton unsuccessfully. Menu is on the edge and should be pushed off to take it out of its misery. The burger I settled for was good but was looking for bigger variety to choose from. Service was very slow for not being very busy - and server absent for long periods. Find someplace else - I know I will!!!
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