Takeout Options in Downtown Minneapolis
Wondering how to you can support local businesses? Or maybe you're just really missing your weekly sushi fix. Either way, takeout is a great option! And there are plenty of places offering takeout in downtown Minneapolis. Here's where to go to get takeout downtown.
Grabbing takeout downtown has never been easier. Most places are offering online ordering and curbside pickup, with instructions for ordering, parking, and pickup on their website. Many are also offering delivery, so be sure to check each individual business to see what they are offering.
For the month of January, Spoon and Stable is offering an exclusive Italian takeout dinner. The menu celebrates the flavors of Italy and the home they found here in the US. Think fresh baked focaccia, chicken parmesan, red sauce lasagna, and pasta alla vodka alongside the “Original Antipasti Salad” of iceberg lettuce and Italian dressing. Available January 7-9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30.
They do it all, and they do it well. It's not often that you come by a restaurant with such an extensive menu that seems to hit the nail on the head with every dish. But Freehouse has managed to pull it off. From noodles and bowls, to tacos, salmon, meatloaf, sandwiches, burgers, and even house-brewed beer, they have plenty to choose from.
Parlour's whole menu is available for takeout, but you'd be remiss if you didn't get their iconic burger. You can even pick up a burger grill kit if you want to fry them up yourself. Pair with their old fashioned cocktail kit and you've got yourself a night.
If seafood is your thing, then Smack Shack is for you. We recommend all things lobster: Lobster Mac & Cheese, Lobster Guacamole, and their famous Lobster Roll.
Black Sheep will show you that sometimes, simple is best. Their coal fired pizza doesn't need to be drenched in toppings to be really, really good. The crust does all the heavy lifting, and the toppings are just added bonuses.
Let Rise show you what a bagel should be. Perfectly crisp on the outside, incredibly chewy on the inside, with inspiration taken from New York and Montreal. Top it with their flavored cream cheese, vegan cashew cream cheese, or opt for a delicious breakfast sandwich.
MidNord pushes the boundaries of what you would typically find in an empanada. Sure, they still offer the classics (and you can never go wrong with the classics), but fillings like Reuben, Mac & Cheese, and Buffalo Chicken are what make them stand out. They combine the classic flavors you would find in Spanish empanadas with a little Midwestern flare. Also be sure to try out their churros!
Order from JUN and enjoy wok-fired Szechuan dishes, dim sum, as well as a variety of dumplings made from family recipes. They also have fried rice, noodles, and soup for the ultimate comfort food feast.
Bucket of cookies! Did we get your attention? Thr3 Jack does indeed offer a bucket of warm, gooey, chocolate chip cookies as well as a smoked chicken nacho kit, turkey pastrami, house-made tortilla chips, and beverages to go.
Craving some sushi takeout? Us too. Billy sushi offers sushi platters to feed a family, or individual rolls so you can choose your own adventure. They also have noodles, tempura, fried chicken, and salads.
A local favorite, Red Cow is a solid spot for takeout burgers. From standard beef, to blended patties, to meat-free alternatives, they are true burger connoisseurs. They also offer cook at home burger kits, as well as cocktail and mocktail kits.
Sister restaurant to Red Cow, Red Rabbit is your spot for all things Italian. Traditional pastas, thin crust pizzas, loaded salads, and hearty sandwiches are what make up the majority of their menu. You'll also find take and bake meals, cocktail kits, grocery items, and bottles of wine.
Kado no Mise offers authentic Japanese cuisine, plus an online market where you can pick up staples like soy sauce, matcha tea, wheat noodles, rice, and seasonings.
Three restaurants in one space! Choose from Wrecktangle Pizza (Detroit-style pizzas with a killer crust), Ono Hawaiian Plates (rice, spiced meats, and their famous mac salad), or Soul Fu (Po' boys, fried rice, noodles, and grits).
Nolo's is the place to go when you just want some really good food, but you're not sure what you're in the mood for. Choose from pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, fried rice, and more. Our favorite way to do Nolo's? Grab a few things and share so you can get a taste of everything.
As the temperatures drop, comfort food sounds more and more inviting. Zen Box offers Japanese comfort food staples like ramen, curry, rice bowls, and bento.
Eggy's is a local staple for breakfast and brunch. They have eggs any way you could want them - in an omelete, with toast, in a skillet, on an english muffin, slathered in salsa - as well as other breakfast specialties like pancakes, waffles, and french toast.
Generous portions of the "foods you grew up with." Expect giant pancakes, crispy hash browns, farm fresh eggs, stacked deli sandwiches, and delectable baked goods.
A local favorite for comfort food, Hen House offers an extensive breakfast & lunch menu, plus gooey cinnamon rolls and a case full of bars and cakes.
Lemon ricotta hotcakes, huevos rancheros, and wild rice porridge are just a few of the all-time favorites you'll find at this local breakfast and lunch spot. While we certainly miss their 35-foot bloody mary bar, they're now offering build your own bloody mary and mimosa kits so we can get our fix at home.
When you want to treat yourself, get takeout from Murray's. Whether it's for a birthday, anniversary, or just another Saturday night in quarantine, they've got the steaks, prime rib, pork chops, and other delicious protein packed offerings to make any night feel extra special. Choose from pre-cooked options, or opt to grill yourself.
FireLake focuses on farm-to-table dining using local ingredients to create flavorful Midwestern-inspired dishes. Some of our favorites? Minnesota Wild Rice Soup, Bourbon Maple Chicken Wings, Blue Cheese Stuffed Burger, and their Heirloom Cornbread Muffins with Ghost Pepper Cheese & Honey Butter. Yum!
Have a swanky seafood night, at home! Enjoy a feast of clam chowder, crab cakes, salmon, steak, and more. They're also offering bottles of wine to go.
At Barrio you'll find tacos, guacamole, enchiladas, fresh salsas, and even some healthier options like their grilled chicken plate or quinoa bowl. They're also serving to-go cocktail kits and familia style meals that serve 3-4 people.
Crispy cinnamon spiced wings, salmon caesar salad, and a killer steak sandwich are just a few of our favorite items from this retro establishment. They are also offering beer and wine to go.
Sawatdee is our go-to spot for Thai seafood and other specialties. Their drunken shrimp, salmon fillets, all kinds of curry, stir fry, fried rice, and pad thai have our mouths watering. And don't forget to pair it with their wine & beer to go!
Random craving at 3:00 a.m.? Lucky for you, Nicollet Diner is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, offering both delivery and takeout. While they do have a lunch/dinner menu, they also offer breakfast all day, and we can never say no to breakfast for dinner. Choose from loaded hash browns, chicken & waffles, biscuits & gravy, skillets, thick and fluffy buttermilk pancakes, and plenty of bacon.
From Oktoberfest to Oatmeal Souts to IPAs, FINNEGANS has options for everyone. Grab a crowler or growler for takeout or curbside pickup, and pair with a takeout pizza from Tavola, located next door.
Modist is best known for their experimentation with different flavors and combinations - try their "Don't Even Trip" Oat Milk & Cream IPA, "Shook" Blueberry Pie IPA, or "Bite Size" Coconut Almond Chocolate Stout. They're offering crowlers for curbside pickup and same day delivery if you order before 3:00 p.m.
Inbound certainly packs a punch when it comes to flavor - try the Peanut Butter Milk Stout, Milkshake IPA, or Midnight Berry Pastry Sour. Stop by the taproom for pickup or stay in your car and choose to get it delivered curbside.
Crowlers of your favorite Lakes & Legends beers are available to go! Pick them up in the taproom or stop by for curbside pickup. Delivery is also available!
Grab crowlers, growlers, frozen pizza, and ready-to-eat menu items from their guest kitchen, Cason Italian Eatery. They're offering curbside pickup and delivery if you're within 25 miles of the taproom!
Try something new from Sisyphus! Blood Orange + Pomegranate Neverlasting Gobstopper Sour, Pineapple Vanilla IPA, and Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout with Toasted Coconut are just a few we're dying to get our hands on. Grab crowlers to go or order curbside pickup.
Stop at Number 12 Cider for cans of hard cider to go and pair it with a wood-fired pizza from Little Tomato.