Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Minneapolis

Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Minneapolis

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Whether you’re craving eggs, freshly baked pastries, or just need a great cup of coffee—stat—we’ve scoured Minneapolis for the best places to get the day started right.

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    The Buckwheat Pumpkin Waffles are as advertised ...awesome! But expect a long wait for a table ...made better by the coffee you can pour yourself while waiting. -- Justin Ware via Foursquare
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    Beans from local roaster Dogwood are used in the normal array of lattes, espressos, and drips, as well as more exotic concoctions like the espresso/ chocolate "Furley" with honey. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Espresso mixology? You betcha! Get a sweet and salty Kingfield and enjoy the wide selection of toilet papers in the bathroom. -- Meg Lewis via Foursquare
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    Voted top 10 coffee shops! The location affords fabulous views of the characters that haunt this corner of Calhoun Square. You can also buy the beans at the café. -- City Pages via Foursquare
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    Guy Fieri checked out this neighborhood icon serving classic eggs benedict, pancakes and French toast on an episode of Diner's, Drive-Ins and Dives. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    Surprisingly average. Was hoping for exceptional, instead got warm, not hot food, and thin coffee. 2 eggs, Hen House hash (fried sweet potato cubes) toast & coffee for $10.93. Waiter can't make change -- Marty O. via Foursquare
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    What started in 1996 as an import arm of the IATP has blossomed into a full blown roasting operation and coffeeshop also run by the non-profit organization. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    The huevos rancheros, with their runny eggs, beans, and roasted tomato salsa, are available every day until 2pm and always hit the spot. -- Heavy Table via Foursquare
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    Go for the Wake Up Beer ($7), made with stout and a shot of espresso. It's a rich, creamy drink with enough head to rival most lattes. -- Heavy Table via Foursquare
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    Certainly the best of the Spyhouse locations. They've nailed their aesthetic this time--it feels confident, comfortable and unpretentious. Limited but diverse food menu. Perfect work/hangout perch. -- Lisa Troutman via Foursquare
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    Don't forget the back room. Walk down the hallway that looks like a dead end and take a left. Tadah. More booths and tables! -- Peter B via Foursquare
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    Every Thursday through Sunday the diner is open 24 hours, offering up fried-to-perfection hash browns, fluffy flapjacks and a whole portion of the menu dedicated to Hollandaise. -- METRO magazine via Foursquare
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