Alternatively known as the Warehouse District, to the west of downtown sits the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. Here you will find both Target Field and Target Center. Home of the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Timberwolves respectfully. Nearby, on N Washington Avenue are many restaurants and bars serving anything from classic American fares to oysters. Mixed in among the other streets are tons of bars and pubs perfect for a drink before or after a game. Also in the area is the Minneapolis Farmers Market, open daily from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm, where local farmers sell their fresh produce and other locally made goods.
Located in downtown St. Paul, Lowertown lies along the banks of the Mississippi River where you can find a former warehouse and railroad neighborhood that has undergone a dramatic transformation. Today, you will find modern lofts and apartments, galleries, quality restaurants, breweries, and pubs in this vibrant part of the Twin Cities. CHS Field, home of the St. Paul Saints, also lies within Lowertown where you can catch an exciting baseball game during the summer months before heading over to one of the many bars in this neighborhood.
Juicy Lucy Burger
This burger originated in Minneapolis, though there are competing claims on which bar was the original creator. It is prepared by inserting cheese between two patties of meat and then enclosing the cheese to create a cheese stuffed patty. Cooked like a normal burger, the cheese inside the patty melts and when you bite into it, the cheese at the center is gooey and warm. Toppings for this burger are standard and can be served however you like it. Try it from Cardinal Restaurant and Bar or Hell’s Kitchen.
Fish & Chips
Fish and Chips is definitely an English classic, but that doesn't mean you can’t find a good serving of Fish and Chips in the Twin Cities. Made by frying fish in batter and then served with chips (or fries), it can be prepared as either a fast food item or in a more upscale, dine-in manner. Get it delivered now from Keys At The Foshay Tower or Shoulda Put A Wing On It.
As any Minnesotian knows, the state has Scandinavian roots. Therefore, it's not surprising that one of the Twin Cities most popular cuisine items was transplanted to America from Swedish immigrants. Swedish Meatballs are made using beef, pork, veal or a combination of each. Often combined with flour or breadcrumbs for stability and spices for flavor, the meatballs are cooked and then usually topped with a sauce. Order delivery from FireLake Grill House and Cocktail Bar.