Always wanted to have a taste of India but didn't know where? Bombay Bistro gives you this opportunity in downtown Minneapolis. Right from the decor to the cuisine, everything is Indian. Munch on Pakoras and fill your tummy with Naan and Matter Paneer, Tandoori Chicken, Biryani and end your meal with desserts such as Rasmalai and Kulfi. To try out specialties like Pav Bhaji and Chaat, visit the restaurant during weekends.
Rudolph's is a reasonably priced diner style restaurant in the heart of Minneapolis. It is extremely famous for its ribs. The meat here is marinated with spices and slowly cooked to give it the scrumptious barbecue flavor. This eatery is definitely for those with a big appetite because the portions are huge and delicious. Try the Dracula wings that are dripping with the lip smacking barbecue sauce or the Beef Brisket sandwich with a tangy sweet sauce. Check out the changing dessert menu and savor the yummiest Key Lime pie in Minneapolis.
Lotus is one of the most popular Vietnamese restaurants in the city. The American food here is also quite commendable. The curry chicken is scrumptious and one of the yummiest appetizers here is the cream-cheese puff. The interiors are simple yet charming with flowers used to decorate the tables. Go ahead and soak yourself in simple Vietnamese pleasure.
Gourmet pizzas and Hoagies are the specialty at Luce Pizza. It offers a wide range of toppings with Pesto Chicken Pizza being an all time favorite. There are many options of meat and veggies keeping both the meat loving and vegan clientele happy. In addition there is a Create your own option where you can choose from different toppings, cheese and sauces. Don't forget to try the unique mashed potato pizza and chickenless Dijon hoagie. There is another Pizza Luce in uptown Minneapolis on Lyndale Avenue.
The Millennium Hotel Minneapolis is conveniently located and allows easy access to the city's important shopping areas, hangouts and business districts. It is close to the airport and an enclosed skyway connects it to the Minneapolis Convention Center. It is a cozy and comfortable atmosphere while never losing its professional elegance. Millennium Hotel Minneapolis is sleek and modern, a great get-away for any traveler.
1500 Washington Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55454
Located in the Holiday Inn Metrodome, the Grill Room Restaurant offers an excellent dining experience with a variety of cuisines on the menu; be it traditional or contemporary. Try the Eggs Benedict and Pan-Crusted Walleye Almodine that are hugely popular among the guests here.
Hard Rock Café does not just offer a unique dining experience...though some of the most yummy barbeque ribs are served here. The special thing about the cafe is that it is located right next to the Mississipi river, which makes it an ideal place to sit on the patio. The walls are layered with rock memorabilia from Prince to Mary J. Blige and you cannot miss the classic purple car stuck in the wall. The menu serves an extensive number of dishes from sandwiches to steaks; try the legendary 10 ounce burger or the Jumbo Combo.
Although named after Oscar Wilde, the Wilde Roast Cafe carries no literary pretensions. Feeling more like an old Victorian home, this casual establishment even features a 19th century fireplace complete with a cozy leather couch and arm chairs. Dark wood accents, red velvet curtains and columns covered in peacock feather wallpaper complete the Oscar Wilde theme. The American cuisine on the menu offers everything from pizza, sandwiches, pasta dishes and salads to brunch specialties and homemade desserts.
This ancient, red brick building with old archways and interiors decorated with Ralph Steadman prints creates a laid-back atmosphere of leisure. And that's exactly what you'll find on their menu - offerings that are deceptively simple yet alluring. Simple items like scrambled eggs with lobster and crab cake feature in the menu. Partners Steve Meyer and Mitch Omer make their own ketchup, mustard, cocoa, peanut butter, blackberry jam and blood orange marmalade.
10 South 5th Street Lumber Exchange Building Minneapolis, MN 55402
Just off the Lumber Exchange Building's glorious two-story marble lobby rests this small eatery. Early risers come at opening for a quick breakfast of tasty pastries, muffins, coffee and juice. Be prepared for a worthwhile wait at lunch as the crowd lines up for what is perhaps the best gyro in town. Eat like a Greek god, digging into a generous pile of seasoned beef and lamb on a warm pita topped with a cool cucumber-yogurt sauce and a handful of lettuce and tomatoes. Get a garden-fresh tabbouleh to go with the fabulous two-fisted gyro sandwich and you have one delicious, healthy fast-food lunch. Soups, salads and deli sandwiches round out the menu.
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