Wednesday, September 21, 2016

MPLS/St Paul Reccomendations

Recently my sister moved to St Paul Minnesota and a couple of weekends ago I got the chance to spend the weekend with her and our dear friend Corrie who was in town for a conference. We spent the weekend eating, drinking and shopping and I thought I'd share a couple of places with you in case you ever found yourself in that neck of the woods. Or, even better, find Julianne over at Outlandish Lit and ask her! 

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 We had a tasty brunch at a place called The Buttered Tin. I had breakfast tacos which were delicious and a little spicy! It's a popular spot so you might need to wait, but our wait was only 15 minutes. There is a delicious looking bakery if you want a takeaway snack!

We had ANOTHER tasty brunch at a a place called the Dark Horse Bar and Eatery. They had a great little patio area and the service was great. I had waffles with goat cheese, bacon and green onions, which gave me the sweet and the savory I wanted in all one waffle.

We hit up a happy hour for dinner at the Mall of America at a place called Tucci Benucch. Sangria and toasted ravioli and bruschetta and mozzarella and yuuuuuuum. 


The Mall of America is obviously a WHOLE thing, but if you want to shop until your feet turn into bloody stumps you can do it here.

Magers & Quinn is delicious wonderful indie bookstore that I could have spent hours and hours in. Go spend a bunch of money and say hi to Julianne!

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1 comment:

  1. You should check out Matt's bar. Total hole-in-the-wall but the Jucy Lucy (sic) is legendary. True story: my wife and I went to the cities on our first anniversary, went to Matt's because it's been featured on a ton of best burger and food/cooking tv shows and it started our tradition of seeking out the best cheese burgers in a given city on our anniversaries.


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