There’s nothing quite like a juicy grilled steak or a perfectly seasoned burger. In Minneapolis, you can eat your fill of authentic American cuisine, from traditional steakhouses serving up famous dry-aged beef to small-scale diners offering farm-fresh, made-from-scratch American favorites. Whether you fancy a 16oz T-bone, a chicken entrée with sautéed veggies or a classic “Juicy Lucy,” Minneapolis is home to award-winning restaurants offering the American cuisine you know and love.
Built in 1890, Pracna is the oldest restaurant on the oldest street in town. Their sidewalk cafe overlooking the Mississippi River adds to the allure, and they serve an American menu of steaks, pasta, fish, and specialty sandwiches with twenty distinctive beers.
Televisions in every corner make for great viewing, and satellite brings your favorite game to the screen at Spike's Sports Bar and Grille. Enjoy the food, watch the game, and play on the nine-foot pool tables and electronic dart boards.
Red Stag Supperclub is a north woods-style supper club with a contemporary menu featuring local and organic ingredients. And to make them more environmental, they are Minnesota's 1st LEED Certified restaurant.
Salut is a warm and welcoming restaurant, with a bistro style menu that captures the freshness and hearty flavors of the French cuisine. They feature a full bar, sandwiches, burgers, brunch and beautiful desserts.