#49 Spoon and Stable
#49 of 52 Must See Things in Minneapolis.
Spoon and Stable is the talk of the town among foodies in Minneapolis and across the country. It’s one of the trendiest spots in town, and due to the talents of chef/owner and James Beard Foundation winner Gavin Kaysen, reservations are often booked out for traditional dinner times so plan ahead or look at dining later for better availability. If you arrive early, you might just be lucky enough to get a spot at the bar and marvel at the classy décor, delicious cocktails and carefully crafted seasonal menu.
Chef Kaysen carefully selects his ingredients, method of cooking, and culinary combinations to reflect the feelings of each season.
The cuisine is focused on Midwest classics with a twist, the roots of the local culture and technically inspired by the French cuisine Chef Kaysen is known for. The menu is consistently changing with the seasons, so there’s always something new to try. Also be sure to indulge in their brunch, with dishes from savory to sweet, for a weekend treat. Watch the chef’s and restaurant’s social media accounts for other tips like their popular late-night Ramen.
Not only is Chef Kaysen an incredible artist when it comes to food, but he’s an advocate of helping out in the community. He’s one of the founding mentors of the nonprofit ment’or BKB Foundation, which aims to inspire culinary excellence in young aspiring chefs through education and mentorship. He helps young chefs develop their skills by sharing his expertise and experience.
If you want to indulge in the local, seasonal fare crafted by one of the best chef in the nation, make a reservation now at Spoon and Stable. Plan ahead and enjoy!
If you’re looking for other foodie experiences, check out the Top Chefs in Minneapolis.