Restaurant Week blog

July 2, 2018 by Maggie Kobele

The Mpls + St. Paul Restaurant Week is upon us, and we could not be more excited! The Twin Cities has become a hub of exquisite eats, fancy drinks, great patios, and even better views of the cities’ skylines. This delicious, wallet friendly week started in 2007 in an effort to connect Twin City foodies to some of the best Twin Cities dining. Over 10 years later, the Mpls + St. Paul Restaurant week has become a quarterly Minnesotan tradition.

The list covers 62 restaurants across the Twin Cities metropolis, offering affordable two-course lunch options that range from $10-$25 per meal. The dinner options offer 3 courses from $15-$35 per meal, tax and tip not included.

No matter what you’re looking for, Mpls + St. Paul Restaurant Week has a wide arrange of restaurants that will satisfy anyone’s cravings.  Whether you are looking for some down home cooking like Hi-Lo Diner’s buttermilk fried chicken served atop a glazed donut, or something a bit more refined, like the Billionaire roll at Seven Steakhouse, they have you covered!

From Wayzata to Hudson, WI, truly the best restaurants in all cities are highlighted. However, we may be a bit more partial to one, specific area, the North Loop, of course! Here are the stellar restaurants the North Loop has to offer Restaurant Week:

  • Smack Shack. With two bars, an awesome patio, and food ranging from crawfish boils to lobster po-boys, there are zero complaints at this place.
  • Tullibee. Nestled in the Hewing Hotel, Tullibee offers a chic, top-notch hearty, woodfired dishes. With their cozy seating, sipping on local brews, classic cocktails, and homemade sodas are one of the many reasons to love this restaurant.
  • Red Rabbit. The Red Cow’s italian restaurant, Red Rabbit’s italian spin-off, is a brilliant addition to their burger joint. Red Rabbit offers some of the best oyster deals in the city, savory pastas, and wood-fired pizza. From their plating to their pasta, you won’t be disappointed.
  • Kado no Mise. Kado no Mise, a Japanese restaurant, presents their seafood and sushi in ways the North Loop has not seen before. Their delicate, finely crafted seafood dishes simplifies how you see sushi and brings you back to the basics and true flavors of Japan. How can you say no to that?

        
As you can see, there will be wide range to choose from, and these are just a handful of the options. Do yourself a favor and check out the list for yourself, and be sure to call ahead for a reservation. These spots will fill up quick. We hope you enjoy!

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