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Dining in Minneapolis

Eating is never ordinary on Eat Street, the 17- block global eating adventure found on Nicollet Avenue. At more than 50 restaurants in about a mile, the cuisines represented span the entire globe.

It has become "Restaurant row", touting dozens of the most sought after eateries like The Newsroom, McCormick and Schmick’s and The Local. Most spots also offer sidewalk dining during the warmer month.
For German/European dishes and beers, visit the historic Black Forest Inn, a perennial favorite in city pages’ " Best of the Twin cities."
For authentic Greeks favorites, Christo’s is the place.
Fine Chinese cuisine abounds at Seafood Palace, Rainbow Chinese, and the new Yummy.
For a different taste of Asia in a more casual setting, try the Vietnamese fare at Quang’s Jasmine Deli and Pho Tau Bay.
Sample Middle-Eastern delicacies at Jerusalem and Mexican dishes at Pancho Villa.
Also nearby is the Music Box Theater, staging highly- energized interactive stage show called "Triple Espresso."

Eat Street
Eat Street



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