Minneapolis vibrant pedestrian thoroughfare is brimming with restaurants, landmarks, shopping and entertainment.
The Mall of America
One of the nation’s largest and most famous shopping destinations. Features 520 stores and restaurants, a movie theatre, comedy club and even an amusement park.
Twin Cities Premium Outlets
Discounted designer merchandise from major retailers like Ralph Lauren, Coach, Michael Kors, Anne Taylor, Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, Kate Spade and many more.
The Dayton's Project
A first of its kind retail, dining and entertainment space in Minnesota with ongoing pop-ups and special events.
Detroit-style pies served in a quirky Warehouse District setting.
A contemporary, fast-casual twist on classic soul food.
One of the city’s most notable new fine-dining eateries, from celebrity chef Gavin Kaysen.
After starting in a popular food truck, this excellent modern Japanese spot opened in the North Loop.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room
Seasonal, sustainable and scrumptious, the Oceanaire flies in fresh seafood every day.
Naf Naf Grill
Fast and fresh over-the-counter Middle Eastern fare served in a casual atmosphere
Minneapolis’ finest steakhouse serves fine aged USDA prime cuts with all the trimmings in a New York-style setting.
Martina is an amalgamation of Argentinian-Italian influences. Comforting pastas and plates that will make wintry Minnesota feel like a vacation.
Colita is an Oaxacan Mexican-influenced menu of carefully crafted barbequed meats and creative tacos.
Rosalia is a pizza spot featuring wood-fired Sicilian-style pizzas and full of unique co-stars of Mediterranean-inspired side dishes.
Cardamom at The Walker Art Center
Cardamom is a casual restaurant with cuisine influenced by North Africa, southern Europe, and the Middle East offering heaps of vegetables, herbs and spices.
Sanjusan is a Japanese-Italian restaurant in the North Loop, with yakitori, pasta, and wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza.