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Going to a concert at Orchestra Place, we booked the Hyatt Regency for its close proximity to the venue. On a very wintry February weekend, the massive fireplace in the lobby area was a cheery welcome, complete with cozy spots to repose while waiting on friends, a town car, or with a drink from the nearby restaurant/bar. The staff was equally welcoming, making check-in a breeze and even presenting guests with roses (it was Valentine's weekend). Though they were quite busy with people coming and going to dinner and shows, the valet staff was prompt and efficient. We elected to dine on site at the Prairie Kitchen & Bar, having checked it out online ahead of time. The restaurant was making some menu changes and operating on a more limited menu than featured online, but they went to the trouble of preparing an appetizer we wanted to order, even though it was now off menu. And while other menu items we anticipated ordering were also absent, the dishes we experienced were wonderful, and our server Jessica was a delight as well. We would dine there again even if we weren't guests. Our room was well-appointed with fridge, coffee maker, etc. We especially liked that the bath had a separate vanity area next to the sink for applying makeup. We opted for the city view, which gave us some distance from the elevators, and we slept uninterrupted from 1:00am to 9:00am. Thank you very much! The front of the property is a little tricky to get to, but that's not uncommon in downtown Minneapolis with the buses, commuter trains, one-ways, etc. All-in-all, we felt the entire staff at the Hyatt Regency went the extra mile to make certain we had a great stay. We will definitely return and highly recommend this hotel to others. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Countless Minnesotans dream of having a place on a lake. Third Gear offers guests a comfortable place to kick back and relax.
Our owner, Eric Ernst opened Ernie’s Eatery in downtown Forest Lake in early 2017. When this property on the shore of Forest Lake became avaiable he had a vision of what it could become.
We welcome guests by land or water for lunch and dinner. Our menu specializes in high-quality food that is special without being overly fussy.
Our staff is passionate about providing you a memorable and relaxing experience. Our team includes a mixologist who serves signature cocktails and a pastry chef who creates over-the-top delicious desserts to ensure your meal is outstanding from start to finish.
The best patio on Forest Lake is yours to enjoy. More
Don Raul is the eccentric uncle you wish you had. Hardened by many years of hard work and worldwide travels, he always has an interesting story to tell and a great drink to share it over. He's traditional and old world. He can tell you about your ancestors, and be modern and fly. He knows what molecular gastronomy is and uber's on the weekend . He is the authority on a great plate of food. We want the restaurant to make you think of the Don Raul you've met, and if you haven't met Don Raul in your journey, come on in. The food will change, but the great experience is a constant.More
Guavas Cuban Cafe has established itself in Minneapolis as a place to encounter new foods and experience deeply rooted traditions through the delicious traditional dishes of Cuba. Inside our lively space, warmth and Caribbean motifs abound. Our guests can take their time and relax as they enjoy a refreshing michelada or mojito and indulge in a classic Cuban bite like our tostones, yuca fritas, pan con churrasco, or our undisputed favorite -- the Cubano sandwich. Come for a meal, come for a cocktail, and have an experience that’s as novel as it is nourishing.More
The Hyderabad is all about slow-cooking, known as dum in India, much of which is done in the tandoor.. This brings out amazing flavours and textures, which when combined with the rich, perfumed flavours from the spices create one of the best cuisines in the world and it is the home of korma and biryani. Everything is cooked over charcoal not just the kebabs, but all Hyderabadi dishes. The food isn't as showy as cuisines found in other parts of India the biryani, for example, looks quite plain, but the texture and taste is just incredible.
This slow cooking helps to meld flavours together to create something totally unique, but it's the rich, indulgent spices that really set Hyderabadi cuisine apart. Hyderabadi cuisine is very rich, with lots of nuts, cream and ghee, but in the olden days that was fine because people did a lot of physical work, Now it should be regarded as a treat; even though it might look simple, the second you taste it you will realise just how special it is.More
Welcome to Canterbury Park's Little Chicago Chophouse!
During the Prohibition era, Shakopee was a place where Twin Cities residents retreated for underground bars, widespread gambling and thick steaks. That reputation earned the city a nickname: Little Chicago.
Little Chicago Chophouse is your home for specialty cocktails and thick steaks, just steps from the Canterbury Card Casino floor.More
Discover The Twin Cities
Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.