Saint Paul’s restaurant scene
Diversity is the word for Saint Paul’s restaurant scene and the good news is that
there’s something here to suit every taste and every budget.
The return of NHL hockey to Saint Paul has brought in many new restaurants.
Kincaid’s captures the spirit of today’s fish, chop and steakhouse.
House signatures include fresh grilled salmon,rock salt-roasted prime rib and daily fresh seafood.
380 St. Peter Street
Bustling West Seventh Street is located across from Xcel Energy Center,
and is a great place to meet friends after work or before the game.
Tom Reid’s Hockey City Pub invites fans to sit back and relax in this sports
pub atmosphere, the Eagle Street Grill offers a ‘30s and ‘40decor with bison
burgers and four course entrees and the Downtowner Woodfire Grill serves pizza and flat bread from a wood-burning oven.
258 Seventh Street West, Saint Paul, MN 55102
A Saint Paul traditional favorite is Mancini’s Char House, a premier
steak house, family owned and operated for more then 50 years.
531 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN
For drinks and appetizers before or after a game or concert, try
Patrick McGovern’s or The Liffey, an Irish pub connected to the
Holiday Inn RiverCentre.
225 Seventh St W
Saint Paul is always adding new restaurants, and you might want to try the new Restaurant 11 in
the Crowne Plaza Hotel St. Paul Riverfront or the French themed Meritage on St. Peter Street.
11 East Kellog BLVD., St. Paul
The city’s ethnic heritage makes its restaurant lineup read like the
The West Side offers authentic Mexican cuisine.
Russian and Italian cuisine are popular on Selby Avenue, and the
city’s newest residents, Southeast Asians, serve up authentic spicy
fare in the Capitol area along University Avenue.