Sunday, February 21, 2010

Dinning Restaurants in Minneapolis and St. Paul, US

Minneapolis Whiney Hotel
Minnesotans are known for the culinary traditions of their Scandinavian and German ancestors, the growing immigrant popularity is introducing ethnic food to the Twin Cities’ (Minneapolis and St. Paul) cuisine.

Minneapolis D’Amico Cucino. From the gleaming white linens to the marble floors and leather chairs, this is a haute place. The seasonal menu has a modern Italian acent and includes artistically presented pastas.

Minneapolis Good fellow’s: The changing menu at this plush restaurant includes regional game such as venison, pheasant and trout in season as well as excellent presentations of lamb, veal and pork.

Minneapolis Whiney Grille: In the lavish Whitney Hotel, the Grille has a flower filled garden plaza and a hushed main room with rich woods and muted floral fabrics. The regional American specialties change seasonally.

St. Paul Grill: The St. Paul Hotel’s stylish, contemporary bistro has a view of Rice Park. The menu is American with dry aged steaks, fresh fish, pastas, chicken potpie, homemade roast beef hash and weekly specials.

St. Paul Dakota Bar and Grill: The Twin Cites’ best jazz club also serves creative Midwestern fare, including grilled rainbow trout and salmon-walleye croquettes.

1 comment:

Lifestyle said...

good atmosphere, can increase appetite...