Good Food…

Minneapolis:

Ike’s in downtown Mpls – Its a great atmosphere. Moderately priced. I really liked the food, burgers are well-known. http://twincities.citysearch.com/profile/35722954

Loring Pasta Bar – in Mpls near the U of M. Really great food, nice atmosphere, can be dressed up or casual. One of my favorite places, sometimes they have live music and also they have a 10% student discount. Ask about it, I cant remember, but it might be for U of M students only, but its worth a try. This is a good date place. http://www.loringcafe.com/

Broder’s Southside Pasta Bar– in South Mpls. & Woodbury http://www.broders.com/

St. Paul:

Muffuletta’s – in St Anthony Park. A little bit fancier, also really good food. Has outdoor seating. http://www.muffuletta.com/

Axel’s Bonfire – on Grand Ave.

Cafe Latte – on Grand Ave

Uptown:

Sushi Tango – If you like sushi… http://www.sushitango.com/

Chino Latino– Delicious food. Very trendy. Dark with great atmosphere. Make reservations, pretty much everyone wears black http://www.chinolatino.com/

Figlio – Not too fancy, but you definately would want to look sort of nice. http://www.figlio.com/

Excelsior:

Jake O’Connor’s – Excelsior. Authentic Irish resturant. Can be casual or dressy. Good food. Large wine selection. http://www.jakeoconnors.com/

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  • 1. angela  |  March 30, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    you should be a concierge in your next life dear. all those places are excellent. tum rup thai is wonderful if you like thai food (in uptown) and also Cosettas in St Paul (for italian) 🙂

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