Below, a shortlist of restaurants to check out during your next visit to the Minneapolis.
As for eating and drinking well in Minneapolis, that comes easily, thanks to these six spots. We’ve also included a couple fan-friendly bars, in case you couldn’t nab tickets to the U.S. Bank Stadium.
The next time you’re headed to the borough, keep this shortlist of hot spots handy.
Taking inspiration from Madrid’s historic Mercado de San Miguel, Atlanta’s Bar Mercado fittingly features a tapas and small plates menu, matched by a bold and lively design envisioned by the acclaimed, locally-based architecture and design firm Square Feet Studio.
Since opening in 2009 on Barcelona’s famed Passeig de Gràcia – a street lined with modernist masterpieces by architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner and glitzy boutiques – the Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona, quickly solidified its status at the luxury hotel of choice amongst locals and discriminating tourists alike.
When the Park Hyatt New York opened in August 2014, it joined the ranks of the Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental as one the most expensive hotels in the city, with nightly rates clocking in at $795 for an entry-level room.
But arguably, Puebla’s most noteworthy contributions can be traced back to the kitchen—mole poblano being the most famous delicacy.
From A5 Hospitality – the Montreal-based hospitality group whose portfolio includes local hot spots Kampai Garden and Jatoba – comes Kozu, a bustling Asian brasserie in Plateau-Mont-Royal.
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