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Kooky, offbeat dining in Minneapolis / St Paul,

Kooky, offbeat dining in Minneapolis / St Paul,

Old Oct 14, 03, 9:01 pm
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Kooky, offbeat dining in Minneapolis / St Paul,

according to msn.com

Gopher Bar (
This funky St. Paul dive has gone to the dogs. Literally.
241 7th St E, St Paul, MN
(651) 291-9638

Minnesota Zephyr (
Board at the historic, century-old Stillwater Depot and dine on a five-course meal while the train glides along the St. Croix River.
601 Main St N, Stillwater, MN
(651) 430-3000

Al's Breakfast (
This pint-sized restaurant, the smallest in the Cities, is an offbeat institution for innovative breakfasts.
413 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN
(612) 331-9991

Oddfellows (
This northeast Minneapolis restaurant, tucked in the back of a lively gay bar, glows with simplicity.
401 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN
(612) 378-3188

Nye's Polonaise Room (
Polish food and polka rule at this time-honored restaurant and lounge.
112 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN
(612) 379-2021

Bryant-Lake Bowl
Culture and bowling-alley kitsch collide here.
810 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN
(612) 825-3737

Hell's Kitchen (
Candid servers, a cheeky menu and a laid-back vibe make this downtown breakfast place a pleasure.
89 S 10th St, Minneapolis, MN
(612) 332-4700
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