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Pahl’s Market is your one stop shop with something for every season. With six generations of family tending the farm, this locally-owned business has spent years in our community building a reputation based in quality product and community support. Over three acres of indoor growing rooms and a huge lot filled with trees and shrubs makes Pahl’s a one stop shopping destination.
Summer produce bounty can be had with the convenience of a CSA delivery close to where you live. And, when it is corn season, you just have to try their corn drive through!
As a full service market, Pahl’s offers landscape services and will provide a free estimate. With special events throughout the season, Pahl’s is open Monday-Saturday from 9am to 8pm and Sunday from 9am to 6pm. The folks at Pahl’s are friendly and always willing to answer your questions whether it be about purchasing a CSA, getting a quote on installing a water feature, or Jack Pahl’s favorite way to cook corn. Contact Pahl’s at www.pahls.com or call 952-431-4345.
Nestled in a cozy, diner style restaurant off 36th and Lyndale, Our Kitchen in Minneapolis serves some of the most delicious, classic, American breakfast and lunches you’ll find! They’ve been in business for over 76 years serving up favorites like French toast, eggs, burgers, coffee and soups – their pancakes and made from scratch hash browns have even won numerous awards! Plus you can watch your food being prepared. They’re open weekdays 6:30-3, weekends 7-2. Find a full menu at http://ourkitchenmn.com/
Also Ingebretsen’s Kaffe Bar
Ingebretsen’s, the go-to market for Scandinavian foods and gifts for 95 years, has branched out. There is now Also Ingebretsen’s Kaffe Bar and gift shop located in Norway House at 913 E. Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis. Enjoy sweet and savory waffles, in a welcoming dining area and shop the gift store, featuring many of the items popular at our main store.
Stem is located in the historic Fire Barn building, a beautiful space showcasing a culmination of old world and new. Historic beams and exposed brick, paired with elegant chandeliers and warm booths make an encompassing feel of comfort and extravagance.
The Stem manifesto is to bring our valued guests exquisite and exciting wines from around the world, featuring a strong collection of small lot wines from boutique growers. We feature a daily rotating by the glass wine menu and beckon you to see what our unique suppliers have brought for us to share with you every week.
Although wine is our focus, they have fantastic artisan and local beers as well as a full bar with a diverse section of craft cocktails changing seasonally, made by their talented bar staff who implements their personal touch into every drink.
The kitchen menu at Stem is full of flavor and beauty featuring a seasonally rotating list of small plates, perfect to share and try a menagerie of items. All sauces are scratch made and small plates elegantly presented a crafted.
24 University Ave NE #125
Heirloom Kitchen & Bar
At Heirloom they work with the best seasonal product they can get our hands on. From farm, forest, pasture and stream, they work to create a meal that nourishes the body as well as the heart by providing a sense of place and season. They preserve the bounty of spring and summer to sustain us through the fall and winter while respecting what each season brings anew. They’re forward thinking by looking backwards, create something new by acknowledging the past. Their food is called “modern farmhouse cuisine” and look forward to sharing it with you!
Seward Co-Op Creamery Cafe
In the Co-op Creamery Café, farmers, workers, and producers are valued and compensated fairly at each step of the supply chain. The Co-op Creamery Café builds on the relationships that Seward Co-Op has cultivated for more than 40 years. The Co-op Creamery is more than a place to gather or share a meal; it is part of an enterprise that drives social change. The Creamery purchases locally grown and raised ingredients from small-scale farmers and artisans to create their tasty seasonal menus.
La La Homemade Ice Cream
La La Homemade Ice Cream is a small ice cream company that began in 1993. La La is committed to making the best ice cream possible using the highest quality ingredients, locally sourced when possible. Low overrun and flavor forward ice cream makes for delicious, smooth, creamy, dense, and satisfying product. La La has a mixture of 16 different flavors to choose from including some vegan options in the form of sorbets and also milk alternative frozen desserts.
3146 Hennepin Ave South
The Great Wall
The Great Wall restaurant has provided a delicious taste of authentic Chinese cuisine since 1981. Specializing in Szechuan and Peking dishes, the Great Wall restaurant offers one of the most extensive Chinese menus in the Twin Cities.
4515 France Avenue South
Crooners Lounge and Supper Club
Crooners Lounge and Supper Club celebrates and pays homage to the second Golden Age of the 20th century and the fabulous dining experiences it provided. In America’s best restaurants “Continental Cuisine” graced the tables. Dishes brought back from the GI’s experience in Europe had evolved into something uniquely American. People dressed for dinner and added to the level of sophistication that made dining out a special occasion. And everywhere there was live music from Crooners tinkling the 88’s and giving us their versions of Sinatra, Martin, Como and Darin.
Serving the community for over 42 years, Seward Coop has focuses on locally grown products, fair trade, and environmental sustainability. At Seward Coop you’ll always find the freshest produce including organic, grass-fed beef, signature sausages, artisan cheeses, baked goods and much more, plus shopping at Seward Coop means you’re helping to sustain a healthy food model that is socially responsible, has an equitable economic relationship and a positive environmental impact.
The dedicated staff at Nightingale restaurant take pride in presenting a thoughtful and delicious approach to food and drink, whether you’re visiting for dinner, happy hour, or brunch. Their focus on made-from-scratch meals, using sustainable and local ingredients, is likely to make Nightingale your go-to spot for inspired food and drinks.
Ferndale Market has been growing turkeys on their family farm in Cannon Falls for three generations. They’ve grown them the same way for 74 years: free-range & without antibiotics. They’re proud of the way their turkey tastes naturally so they don’t add a thing: just 100% pure turkey. Reserve your free range Thanksgiving turkey today for pick-up at their store right on the farm or at one of their metro retail partners.
Visit FerndaleMarketonline.com for more information or to reserve your turkey today.
Vinaigrette invites you to their store and see it all for yourself. They have stainless steel airtight containers that contain the finest olive oils and vinegars from around the world! At the store you can taste each and every kind of oil and vinegar they offer, and if you find something you like, they will bottle it for you right on the spot. Oil and Vinegar is much like wine – you like what you like. Whether it’s for yourself, or you’re looking for wonderful gift ideas, Vinaigrette’s staff is there to be your buying assistant.
5006 Xerxes Avenue South,
287 Water St
Online at Vinaigrettemn.com
Victor’s 1959 Cafe
Authentic Cuban Cuisine
3756 Grand Avenue S
A dining and entertainment tradition for over fifty years.
3401 Louisiana Ave
For 45 years Milda’s Cafe has been serving the ever changing faces of Minneapolis with home cooked breakfast and lunch. It’s a family commitment to fresh omelets, terrific hashbrowns, cinnamon caramel rolls, and hot dish specials everyday. Stop in and savor Milda’s popular homemade buttermilk pancakes made with the same recipe since 1965. Or try Milda’s newest addition to the menu, Belgium Waffles with chicken wings. And don’t forget about the authentic Finnish patsy’s served Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays! Hours:
Monday – Friday – 6:00am – 3:00pm
Phone: (612) 377-9460
1720 Glenwood Ave N
Hazel’s Northeast has what every neighborhood needs – real, good food. Comfort food isn’t a trend at Hazel’s it’s five decades of family tradition! Scratch pancakes, biscuits and gravy, juicy cheeseburgers, and hearty entrees are served daily. And don’t forget the bread pudding!
2859 Johnson Street NE
850 Grand Ave