Built in 1870 by St. Paul pioneer and dry goods tycoon Joseph Forepaugh, this exquisite Victorian mansion is an elegant restaurant bearing his name. Overlooking both historic Irvine Park and the Alexander Ramsey House, Forepaugh's was restored to its original splendor in 1973. The three-story house, consisting of nine separate dining rooms, is filled with chandeliers, rich woodwork, antique furniture and white linen. The extensive menu is French with English subtitles. The chef has been on-site for 16 years. Most entrees include choice of soup or a salad, crusty French bread and potato. The tempting entrees include baked sea scallops, filets of beef and roasted duck. Wine, beer, cocktails and soft drinks are served. While there is no strict dress code, jeans, shorts, or tennis shoes are allowed.
276 South Exchange Street, St. Paul, MN
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