Throughout April we have had the pleasure of featuring multiple restaurants on our social media pages. From yummy comfort food to the royal treatment at a Chef’s Table, this has been a month to remember!
Here are the restaurants we covered in April!
Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This cozy restaurant is the perfect treat for your next date night!
Meal Recommendation: Steak Frites
Named “Best French Restaurant, populist vote” by Mpls St. Paul Magazine, Barbette is simply good food, all day and night. In France they call it a brasserie– the welcoming and eclectic atmosphere works for just you, a book, and an espresso, or for an important celebration with friends and family. We call many local farmers friends and in addition to a wine list that will put you over the moon, we offer many gluten-free and vegetarian options. We love it when you’re here. Come on in.
1600 W Lake St, Mpls, MN 55408
Fri & Sat 8am-1am
This Linden Hills restaurant was named restaurant of the year and one of the top 23 places to eat in America! It’s a must try!
Meal Recommendation: Gouda Croquettes
UPTON 43 IS INSPIRED BY CHEF ERICK HARCEY’S ROOTS. He grew up in a family heavily influenced by their Swedish heritage. With that, he was raised on Lutefisk, Swedish Meatballs (his grandmother’s are the best) Swedish pancakes and more. Chef Harcey will be bringing his French and modern techniques to elevate the food that makes him happiest, the food of his childhood. Harcey gives back to his community. He has long-standing relationships with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. As well as the True Food Chef Council which works to serve real, good food to children in the Minneapolis Public Schools.
4312 Upton Ave S
Monday – Friday 11am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 10pm
Limited menu from 3pm – 5pm daily
Red Wagon Pizza
This restaurant feature is Guy Fieri approved! Red Wagon Pizza in Minneapolis is a New-American restaurant with a menu filled with cheesy comfort! Fun Fact: Tonja was there when they filmed the Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives episode!
Meal Recommendation: Pizza (of course!) and the Tortellini Alla Panna
That spirit of casual camaraderie infuses Red Wagon, a vintage black-and-white photograph dominates one of the warm gray walls at the restaurant. It’s a picture of Peter’s grandfather, enjoying his homemade pizza with his wife and three daughters. One of those little girls with ringlets and bright eyes is Barb Campbell, Peter’s understandably proud mother, “Peter & Jacquie are making their dream come true, but it’s a dream that this family has been living for generations. Food really is one of the ways we show our love.”
5416 Penn Ave. S
Minneapolis meets at this Bryant Ave restaurant! Pair your dish of choice with a glass of champagne (served all day every day) and you will not be disappointed!
Meal Recommendation: Tartine Madame
Whether a late lunch with an old friend or a dinner to celebrate a milestone, we hope StG will transport you beyond her plaster walls on a journey made all-the-more-magical by the kitchen brigade who toil to produce food that is at once reminiscent, contemporary and thoughtfully sourced. Led by Chef/Owner Steven Brown, the cuisine borrows from the past and from Paris today where passionate young chefs have again reinvented French food. Add in some genuine hospitality, warm service and a glass or two of champagne… They call it “Bistronomy.” We think you’ll like the recipe.
5003 Bryant Ave S
Monday — Friday
11 am — 1 am
Saturday & Sunday
9 am — 1 am *
* Drinks only from 2 pm — 4 pm
We recently had the pleasure of sitting at the Chef’s Table at Bellecour and we had an unforgettable experience! Chef and owner Gavin Kaysen served up an unbelievable spread and his attentive and amazing staff truly made the night! This French bistro will make your mouth water for more – our food hangover lasted for days! We cannot wait to go back for more and hope you head over on your next night out!
Meal Recommendation: LE PETIT PLATEAU
From the team behind Spoon and Stable comes Bellecour, a French bistro and bakery located in the heart of downtown Wayzata. Named after the bustling town center of Place Bellecour in Lyon, France, the restaurant borrows classic cuisine and charming design from the storied gastronomical capital of the Western world. Chef Gavin Kaysen’s lifelong love of cooking is deeply tied to the food and people of Lyon. While most culinarians are privileged to call two of the town’s most famed descendants, Daniel Boulud and Paul Bocuse, professional inspirations, Gavin also knows them as dear friends and mentors. Their stories are as much a part of Bellecour as Gavin’s own.
739 Lake Street East
Wayzata, MN 55391
Tuesday – Sunday: 7am to 5pm
Tuesday – Thursday:
Dining Room: 5pm – 10pm
Bar: 4pm – 11pm
Friday – Saturday
Dining Room: 5pm – 10pm
Bar: 4pm – Midnight
Dining Room: 5pm – 9pm
Bar: 4pm – 10pm
Lunch and brunch coming soon
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