Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Saint Paul

Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Saint Paul

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Anyone can find the popular spots, but if you’re willing to embrace the unknown, you’ll find that Saint Paul is full of hidden gems.

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    Best cafe in St. Paul. Amazing location right off of the historic brownstones of Selby Ave. The service is great. Choose your time wisely, it can be hard to find a table. -- Ellery Luse via Foursquare
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    monday madness buy any bottle on the list and get a free pizza. Not a winer get 4 summti taps and pizza for $20 plus tax and tip -- Blackdog Lowertown via Foursquare
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    The staff is super awesome!!! They always brighten my day. Patrick is a second-to-none jabroni:) -- Liz Oxendale via Foursquare
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    Voted top 10 coffee shops! From a quality-crafted, individually brewed cup to the hot chocolate made with sultry, dark Rogue chocolate, every item in a cup is an exercise in elegance. -- City Pages via Foursquare
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    Great little cafe! They have a limited menu of dinner items as well as incredible cupcakes and cookies. There is a little art gallery in the adjacent space with selections from local artists. -- Nancy Healy via Foursquare
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    ANYTHING you can get the cheese sauce with, do it! Best stuff ever. -- Matt Fleming via Foursquare
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    I was loyal to another coffee shop until they switched out all their baristas and I discovered Amore Coffee. They are friendly and coffee is AMAZING. Must try, ditch your coffee shop for this one. -- Hunida Nguon via Foursquare
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    Dry rub wings, broiled walleye, meatloaf, chicken quesadilla, fajitas, broasted chicken, and the soups are top notch. A bottle of Chardonnay is 15 bucks. Yehhhhhh!!!!!! The staff is really great. -- George Niece via Foursquare
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    check the board in front for local's night schedule with local musicians playing live music and discounts for people who live nearby and walk or bike over -- Nate Folkert via Foursquare
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    They were amazing! I felt like a part of their family. They engage in conversation appropriate for all ages. You feel welcome and happy, always! -- Leilani Andrews via Foursquare
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    The mocha is a velvety mugful of house-made chocolate, espresso, and milk with a little chocolate bar balanced on the brim. Also, don’t miss the caramel roll. Warmed, of course. -- Heavy Table via Foursquare
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    Claddagh is great. Try the turkey panini. The new awning is great for sun on the laptop screens. -- Dan Fontana via Foursquare
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