Eater's Essential Restaurants: Minneapolis

Eater's Essential Restaurants: Minneapolis

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    From the crispy rabbit dumpling with tomato confit to the pho-spiced pork belly with cilantro sauce, the menu at this University Ave. restaurant is unlike any other spot in the city.
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    This South Minneapolis restaurant just rolled out its fall menu, with standouts like boudin blanc, pappardelle with duck heart ragu, country ham wrapped cod, and its charcuterie.
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    The steak is available as grass-fed, prime beef, or domestic wagyu, in multiple cuts and sizes. Get the steak, by all means, but don't neglect the dumpling section of the menu.
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    Stick with the first and second courses to get more tastes like porchetta with tonnato, fried cauliflower with pickled chilies, or the oysters. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Don't neglect the small plates menu, either, or you'll miss out on dishes like the Prairie Portage Poutine (french fries with sausage, gravy, wild rice, and brie). goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Known for its raw bar, Meritage feels right out of 1920s Paris. The best bet is a glass of white wine and an array of the amusements and introductions. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Whatever they've got as the special blucy is always worth a try. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    You can order a la carte, at this North Minneapolis spot, (the Devils on Horseback and the bacon fries are standards), or get an 8-course tasting menu. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    The fish and chips has made the Anchor justifiably famous, but everything on the British pub menu is reliably delicious, filling, and supremely affordable. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Always packed, always tasty, Brasa is a place to go family style, and make sure to get the slow-roasted pork, the crispy yuca, and the collards. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Masu is considered one of the best spots for sushi in the Twin Cities, but don't stop there. The menu also includes izakaya and all sorts of noodles. goo.gl/r9yrel
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    Dinner is the meal to go for, with an extensive raw bar that showcases the restaurant's creativity and its commitment to sustainable seafood. goo.gl/r9yrel
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