American Cuisine

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.

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  • Oceanaire is the Twin Cities benchmark for fresh seafood, with classic and contemporary seafood specialties and live Maine lobsters flown in daily. Then, enjoy their extensive white wine and classic cocktail selections to make your meal complete.
  • Old Country Buffet is a buffet-style restaurant with high quality food at affordable prices in a family-friendly atmosphere. We pride ourselves on an extensive menu that changes daily and features over 100 home-style choices. We're located in Maple Grove, Coon Rapids, Fridley, Maplewood, Richfield, Roseville, West St. Paul and Woodbury.
  • Pinstripes is a unique dining and entertainment venue, featuring a bistro with exceptional Italian/American cuisine and wine; bowling and bocce; a year-round outdoor patio and fire pit; and event space and meeting rooms accommodating 20-600 guests. Enjoy Sunday Brunch, lunch or dinner; private parties; weekend live blues and jazz; craft beer wine dinners; parents tot play dates and many other exciting promotions. We look forward to meeting you!
  • Pittsburgh Blue is a steakhouse for people who work hard and want to enjoy the rewards of hard work, featuring dry-aged steaks, chops and day boat fresh fish.
  • Pittsburgh Blue is a steakhouse for people who work hard and want to enjoy the rewards of hard work, featuring dry-aged steaks, chops and day boat fresh fish.
  • Porter Frye, located at the heart of the Hotel Ivy, is a comfortable yet vibrant ambiance with a modern Americana menu.
  • Built in 1890, Pracna on Main is the oldest restaurant on the oldest street in town in Minneapolis. Pracna's sidewalk cafe along Cobblestone Main Street overlooks the Mississippi River at St. Anthony Falls adding to the allure, and they serve an American Menu of steaks, pasta, fish, and specialty sandwiches with large variety of craft and draft beers.
  • Prairie Kitchen and Bar is located in the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis. The new restaurant features cuisine and decor designed to reflect the natural resources and unique growing seasons of Minnesota and surrounding states.
  • The Red Stag Supperclub blends old school Wisconsin supper club charm with contemporized supper club fare, classic cocktails, and an extensive beer wine list. Located in Northeast, just across the river from downtown, the Red Stag Supperclub opened its doors in November 2007 as the first LEED-CI Certified restaurant project in Minnesota. Red Stag serves brunch, lunch, dinner, and late night, and a traditional Friday night Fish Fry. We're committed to supporting local organic agriculture through our menus.
  • At restaurant Max, the food, service and atmosphere reflect and compliment today's lifestyles; where balance and experiences coexist. Take it to the Max.

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