Eight restaurants.. Every one impossible without the farmers and producers that make each menu possible. Made possible by the talented chefs and staff, and by the great neighborhoods of Minneapolis.
1600 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Cuisine | French, New American
Hours | Su-Th 8am-12am | F & Sa 8am-1am
Located in the heart of Minneapolis’ Uptown neighborhood, Barbette was named “Best French Restaurant, populist vote” by Mpls St. Paul Magazine. The restaurant serves French brasserie food: early in the morning until late at night. Ingredients are locally and sustainably farmed, and seafood follows the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch guidelines. Tasting menus are available, along with an extensive list of Champagne, wine, beer, and craft cocktails.
4135 W Lake Harriet Pkwy, Minneapolis, MN 55410
Cuisine | American
Hours | Open Seasonally, 7am-9am daily
Next to the Lake Harriet Bandshell, Bread & Pickle is an outdoor concession stand that serves grass-fed burgers, beer, wine, sandwiches, popcorn and ice cream, after a nice lakeside morning with an egg sandwich and an espresso. Proud to be a part of Minneapolis Parks, it’s synonymous with free sunrise yoga mornings and summer nights filled with music at the bandshell. Lake Harriet is in Linden Hills neighborhood, and is enjoyed by runners, walkers, sailors, paddlers, dogs, kids, and visitors from roughly April-September.
Bryant Lake Bowl & Theater
810 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Cuisine | American
Hours | 8am-2pm daily
Praise | Citypages Best of the Twin Cities 2016
The Bryant-Lake Bowl was re-imagined in 1993, transformed from a 3.2 dive bar with a game room and a chip machine into a bustling open-bowling spot with an American Grill menu and a 90-seat cabaret theater. The line "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here" was hummed into the microphone every night at closing time by Roger Engmark, who had worked there since the 70's and still does. It’s a historical establishment that serves locally-sourced food, all day everyday, alongside a bowling alley and cabaret theatre. Featuring craft cocktails and extensive beer and wine lists, BLB hosts bowling parties, company meetings, and off-site picnic catering during the summer.
822 W 36th St, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Cuisine | Coffee house by day, dinner by night
Hours | 7am-9pm daily
Gigi’s is the south Minneapolis neighborhood home away from home for many locals. Here, they come to relax for breakfast with coffee and homemade pastries, then we see them again at dinner, enjoying a bottle of wine. The neighborhood bakery & cafe makes everything from scratch, including their own ice cream, sherbet and sorbet in the summer.
3510 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Cuisine | Gastro pub, Food That Goes with Beverages
Hours | 11am-2am daily
A Gastropub Tribute to Bartmann’s mother, Pat, featuring four vintage 1952 skee-ball machines from upstate New York, the largest canned beer list west of the Mississippi, 18 local beers on tap, and the best craft cocktails in town. The menu zooms around the world's offerings of comfort food, only to land firmly on the formidable Big Cheese burger. Located in South Minneapolis, but people come from all over for a serving of cheese curds and to see Pat put the Pal in Palindrome.
Red Stag Supperclub
509 1st Avenue Northeast, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Cuisine | New American
Hours | M-W 11am-1am | Th-F 11am-2am | Sa 9am-2am | Su 9am-1am
The Red Stag opened in 2007 as the first LEED-CI certified restaurant in Minnesota, serving contemporized supperclub fare, classic cocktails, and an extensive beer and wine list. It’s a neighborhood favorite in Northeast Minneapolis, where Fish Fry Fridays and a Wisconsin feel pay homage to Bartmann’s deep Wisconsin roots. Visit the Club Room & Courtyard with up to 100 of your closest friends for a specially created menu just for the occasion.
1612 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Hours | 7am-2pm Thursday-Monday
Cuisine | New American, healthy fare including fresh juices
Early Bird wants to get your day started right! Whether you start your day with a caffeine jolt or a green juice, a rice bowl or eggs and bacon, we're here to inspire you to be an early bird! Get your protein on or get your complex carbs on, we gotcha. Say hello to our big sunny room and enjoy your mornings and afternoons with us. If you just can't make it in while the sun is up, you're more than welcome to give us a call about planning your next party or pop-up!
Everyone is welcome here anytime, but especially after you've experienced some art: Eat. Drink. Gather.
Photo credit: J. Annie Wang
1024 E 38th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407
Cuisine | American, inspired city by city
Hours | 7am-10pm daily
The Tiny Diner was created using a “whole-system design” framework. The restaurant showcases biointensive urban farming methods and efficient water use strategies through its edible gardens and rainwater catchments systems. With a solar paneled patio roof, the Diner offsets a good portion of its energy usage.. There are also rooftop honey bees and annual crops to foster pollinator habitat and soil fertility. Oh, and GOOD FOOD and BEER and WINE. Specials are inspired by different American cities and their hometown diners.
5411 Penn Ave S. Mpls., MN 55419
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. | Fri. 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m.-11 p.m. | Sun. 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Bartmann Group’s newest offering brings delicious California-fusion fare to the Armatage neighborhood of Minneapolis with items such as wood-fire grilled Balinese chicken, green curry mussels, and whole fried brook trout. But don’t worry, we’ve got your burger, fries, and your grilled ribeye, too — not to mention vegetables all year long. With a contemporary vibe and a warm neighborhood feel, Book Club is open for lunch and dinner every day, and brunch on weekends. There’s also a full bar, a commitment to craft cocktails, extensive wine and beer lists, and a special section at the bar reserved for those waiting for their take-out. Check it out — you’re overdue!
Photo Credit: Isabel Subtil