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Mario’s opened on Cleveland Avenue in St. Paul in April.
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The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Minneapolis and St. Paul Right Now, May 2022

A ‘70s-style pizzeria, modern Filipino fare, potato-encrusted Korean corn dogs, and other noteworthy spots to try this month

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Mario’s opened on Cleveland Avenue in St. Paul in April.
| Jason Hansen

Welcome to the Eater Twin Cities Heatmap, a collection of exciting new restaurants that have opened or re-opened in the last six months or so. Despite the challenges of the pandemic — supply chain disruptions, shifting mandates, labor shortages, and precarious revenue streams — Minneapolis and St. Paul’s resilient restaurant community continues to find creative ways to introduce diners to fantastic food. This month, the map highlights Mario’s, a ‘70s-style pizzeria also serving hero sandwiches and zeppole doughnuts; Kalsada, a full-service modern Filipino restaurant serving lumpia shanghai and kare kare shortribs; and CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog, the Dinkytown spot where throngs of diners are queuing for potato, cheddar and sausage, and squid ink corn dogs.

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.

Note: Restaurants on this map are listed in geographically.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Mr. Paul's Supper Club

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3917 Market St
Edina, MN 55424
(612) 259-8614
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Edina’s ode to New Orleans opened in December with a Cajun-leaning lineup of steaks, chops, soups, seafood, and homemade beignets to go along with theatrical takes on Sazeracs and Hurricanes. Louisiana lover and local chef Tommy Begnaud sends out comfort classics like oysters, crawfish gratin, boudin balls, crawfish etouffee, andouille mussels, and short rib stroganoff. A next-door sandwich shop called Mr. Paul’s Po’Boys and Jams also recently opened with to-go po’boys and snacks like pimento cheese and deviled eggs.

2. AMA Sushi

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5033 France Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55410
(952) 920-1547
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Tibetan and Japanese cuisine collide at Ama, which replaces the 50th and France space that formerly housed Hana Bistro. At Ama, Tibetan brothers Sonam Nyorie and Rinpo Yak build upon the same fusion theme at Momo Sushi, the Northeast Minneapolis sister spot where Nyorie is a head sushi chef. Offerings at Ama swing from Tibetan momos (steamed dumplings) to offbeat rolls like the Lungta, which plays up colors in a Tibetan prayer flag via spicy salmon, tuna, yellowtail, avocado and tobiko. There’s sake flights available, too.

3. Khâluna

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4000 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55409
(612) 345-5199
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Chef Ann Ahmed’s latest restaurant is an enchanting homage to Laotian and Southeast Asian cooking. After opening Lemongrass in Brooklyn Park and Lat14 in Golden Valley, Ahmed’s debut of Khâluna on Lyndale Avenue is perhaps her most ambitious yet — and another step down the path she’s paving for Southeast Asian food in the Twin Cities. Try the mieng paa — a small plate made with puffed rice, banana blossoms, and peanuts — the duck laab, or the whole fried red snapper with mango tamarind slaw. Ahmed’s rainbow rice, when sprinkled with lime, turns from delicate blue to lavender. Trish Gavin’s bar menu offers cocktails with flavors of passionfruit, persimmon, and makrut lime.

4. The Creekside Supper Club

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4820 Chicago Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55417
(612) 354-3675
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The owners of south Minneapolis’s  Parkway Theater have opened a neighboring supper club inspired by the northwoods establishments of the upper Midwest. (Some may argue these are of an exclusively Wisconsin genre, and Creekside’s brandy Old Fashioneds and relish trays make a solid case.) Here you’ll find classics like Vidalia onion rings, roasted corn chowder, prime rib sandwiches, a fish fry, or a wedge salad, best enjoyed with an ice-cold martini in hand. The nostalgic, cozy interiors (designed by Anna Lundberg, who also designed the Parkway) are a love letter to northern Wisco’: all wood paneling, plushy carpet, and choice taxidermy.

5. The Kitchen by Baked Brand at Midtown Global Market

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920 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 872-4041
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Midtown Global Market has a new stall for fried chicken sandwiches, all-day breakfast, smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and baked goods. The Kitchen comes from south Minneapolis native Destinee Shelby, whose Baked Brand empire also includes Got the Juice, Got the Tea, and Homebody Candle Co. Her proprietary Budda Sauce enhances dishes like turkey legs stuffed with baked mac and cheese — also on the menu are steak birria tacos and a Fruity Pebbles hangover sandwich, plus vegan options like cauliflower wings. Open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A plate of mac and cheese and shrimp
The Kitchen by Baked Brand brings decadent comfort foods to Midtown.
The Kitchen by Baked Brand

6. Ties Lounge & Rooftop

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921 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55402
(612) 248-8196
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Ties is the work of three Gen-Z entrepreneurs — Gene Sanguma, Tommy Joyce, and Stevie Moman — who linked up with investor Levi Strowder to open a four-story nightclub on Nicollet Avenue. The founders’ mission is much bigger than drinks and music, though: after the unrest and isolation that characterized 2020, they want to help revitalize Minneapolis by creating a welcoming, inclusive social experience in their space. Joey Meatballs, a fast-casual Italian venture by chef Joshua Headquist, is Ties’ resident food vendor: step in for gnocchi with garlic butter and a mammoth, solitary meatball, or carbonara made with bacon and black pepper. Desserts from Nothing Bundt Cakes are available for “premium experience” guests, and New Haven-style pizza from OG ZaZa will open along with Ties’ rooftop in summer 2022.

7. Union Hmong Kitchen

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520 N 4th St Ste 4
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 431-5285
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After five years of roving residencies around town, chef Yia Vang’s first permanent restaurant was named a James Beard semifinalist this year — and Vang himself got a nod for best chef Midwest. In the North Loop’s two-story Graze Provisions + Libations food hall, Union Hmong Kitchen serves Vang’s popular Hmong dishes: his Zoo Siab meals (translation: “happy meals”) include proteins like chili-glazed barbecue pork, Hmong sausage, or ginger and lemongrass chicken, plus purple sticky rice and sides. Other orders include an all-day egg sandwich on a King’s Hawaiian bun made with Vang’s hit Hmong sausage patty, plus shrimp congee, brothy noodle dishes, and Yaki skewers. Vang, who recently became a naturalized U.S. citizen, bases much of his menu around recipes passed down from his parents, who met in Ban Vinai refugee camp in Thailand — his much-anticipated restaurant Vinai is slated to open in 2022.

8. Mother Dough Bakery

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1st floor, fireside lounge, 225 South 6th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402
(612) 354-2025
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Taking over the two former Peace Coffee locations at the Capella Tower, Mother Dough brings a little bit of Paris to the skyways of downtown Minneapolis. Father-son duo David and Eli Fhima offer the same food menu at both locations: look for baguette, challah and brioche sandwiches, plus Danish pastries, croissants, and éclairs from the onsite bakery. The ground-level counter set-up serves beer and wine. Chef David Fhima famously uses his great-grandmother’s 130-year-old starter dough, which he brought with him from Casablanca, Morocco to the Twin Cities.

9. Spice & Tonic - Indian Cuisine And Bar

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903 S Washington Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 333-9020
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A historic building in Downtown Minneapolis just welcomed a new Indian restaurant from a tenured local chef. Situated in a prime location near U.S. Bank Stadium, Spice & Tonic serves North Indian staples like samosas, lamb shahi korma, and chicken tikka masala. Chef and owner Joginder Cheema has sprinkled 15 Indian restaurants across the Twin Cities since 1993. He came out of retirement to open Spice & Tonic with his former business partner Manjit Singh and his son, Shan Cheema. With a liquor license newly approved, Cheema has a full bar menu in the works: look for cocktails like a masala chai martini to go along with imported Indian beers and wines.

Indian curries and rice served in tin dishes
A medley of North Indian dishes from Spice and Tonic.
Spice and Toni

10. LUSH Lounge & Theater

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990 NE Central Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 208-0053
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Lush is back. After closing abruptly during Pride weekend in 2020, Northeast Minneapolis’s popular LBGTQ bar Lush has returned under new ownership: drag queens Andrew Rausch (Crystal Belle) and Jared Lawrence (Nikki Vixxen), and the team behind biscuit kitchen Betty and Earl’s, Jennifer Lueck and Jason Matheson. What hasn’t changed is the art — Lush is still a go-to for drag brunch, burlesque, and live music. But Betty and Earl’s, which has its own devoted Twin Cities fan base, brings a new culinary edge with breakfast poutine, blueberry lemon shortcake, and egg sandwiches on its classic biscuits.

11. CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

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401 14th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
(612) 354-7858
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National restaurant chain CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog is a huge hit in Dinkytown: Weeks after the opening date, crowds of diners are still queuing outside the restaurant to get a bite. CrunCheese brings something truly unique to the Twin Cities’ corn dog scene — try the cheddar and sausage dog, the squid ink variety, or the potato, coated with whole cubes of of fried potato. These dogs are served with generous drizzles of ketchup and mustard.

12. Gus Gus

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128 Cleveland Ave N
St Paul, MN 55104
(651) 645-4128
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In March, chef Kevin Manley and Anna Morgan transformed the former Stewart’s space on Cleveland Avenue into Gus Gus, an intimate, subterranean restaurant and bar with a menu that’s by turns quirky, elegant, and exceptionally fun. Start with the venison cheddarwurst with apple slaw and mustard, add the sea bass with white bean ragu, and finish with the squash pudding, garnished with garam masala and graham cracker. From the drinks menu, Gus Gus’s trademark is Jell-O shots made with Aperol and Tattersall bitter orange, served as shimmery cubes on a plate. Morgan and Manley installed violet-colored lanterns and painted the walls and ceiling a deep, glossy teal, giving the space an almost submarine feel.

A camel-colored booth bench set against a teal-painted wall, with a light wooden table set with napkins and glasses. There are candle sconces and black and white photography decorating the wall, and a window with a sheer white curtain.
Gus Gus opened on Cleveland Avenue in March.
Gus Gus

13. Mario's

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232 Cleveland Ave N
St Paul, MN 55104
(651) 207-5252
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In April, owners Jason Hansen and Peter Sebastian (also of southern European restaurant Estelle) opened Mario’s, a ‘70-style pizzeria on Cleveland Avenue. Come for Sicilian-style pan pizza — everything from simple pepperoni and red sauce arrangements to standouts like the “Supreme,” a sausage, poblano pepper, and oyster mushroom combo — plus East Coast-style hero sandwiches and frosted Oreo zeppole doughnuts. Mario’s opening is a boon for the Cities’ somewhat sparse sandwich scene: According to Racket, chef Evan Vranian is baking Italian sesame seed loaves for the hero sandwiches.

14. Kalsada

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1668 Selby Ave
St Paul, MN 55104
(507) 301-4062
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Chef Leah Raymundo and John Occhiato, who also own Cafe Astoria and Stella Belle, have opened Kalsada, a modern Filipino restaurant, in the former Augustine’s space in St. Paul. Kalsada will feature separate day and night menus: Pastries, breakfast items, and coffee from Cafe Astoria are served between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., and a full menu of modern Filipino fare is available beginning at 4 p.m. For dinner, try starters like roasted carrots ginataan, and entrees like truffled chicken adobo, or munngo made with pan-roasted Lake Superior whitefish, garlic kale, shrimp, and mungbean sauce.

15. Smok’n Outdoors

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1409 Arcade St
St Paul, MN 55106

Twin Cities couple Richard Xiong and Mary Vang found a permanent pad to send out the same beloved barbecue their Smok’n Outdoors food truck was known for. Offerings from their new St. Paul address include beef or pork ribs, pulled pork, and brisket, plus sides like sweet cornbread, apple kale slaw, sticky rice, chili cheese fries, and mashed potatoes. The family-owned business smokes its meats with local oak to coax out the taste of the outdoors. Catch them on Fridays for beef ribs, and keep an eye on the restaurant’s Facebook page — Smok’n Outdoors posts when it has burnt ends available.

A tin container of smoked barbecue ribs
Beef ribs from Smok’n Outdoors.
Smok’n Outdoors

1. Mr. Paul's Supper Club

3917 Market St, Edina, MN 55424

Edina’s ode to New Orleans opened in December with a Cajun-leaning lineup of steaks, chops, soups, seafood, and homemade beignets to go along with theatrical takes on Sazeracs and Hurricanes. Louisiana lover and local chef Tommy Begnaud sends out comfort classics like oysters, crawfish gratin, boudin balls, crawfish etouffee, andouille mussels, and short rib stroganoff. A next-door sandwich shop called Mr. Paul’s Po’Boys and Jams also recently opened with to-go po’boys and snacks like pimento cheese and deviled eggs.

3917 Market St
Edina, MN 55424

2. AMA Sushi

5033 France Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55410

Tibetan and Japanese cuisine collide at Ama, which replaces the 50th and France space that formerly housed Hana Bistro. At Ama, Tibetan brothers Sonam Nyorie and Rinpo Yak build upon the same fusion theme at Momo Sushi, the Northeast Minneapolis sister spot where Nyorie is a head sushi chef. Offerings at Ama swing from Tibetan momos (steamed dumplings) to offbeat rolls like the Lungta, which plays up colors in a Tibetan prayer flag via spicy salmon, tuna, yellowtail, avocado and tobiko. There’s sake flights available, too.

5033 France Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55410

3. Khâluna

4000 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55409

Chef Ann Ahmed’s latest restaurant is an enchanting homage to Laotian and Southeast Asian cooking. After opening Lemongrass in Brooklyn Park and Lat14 in Golden Valley, Ahmed’s debut of Khâluna on Lyndale Avenue is perhaps her most ambitious yet — and another step down the path she’s paving for Southeast Asian food in the Twin Cities. Try the mieng paa — a small plate made with puffed rice, banana blossoms, and peanuts — the duck laab, or the whole fried red snapper with mango tamarind slaw. Ahmed’s rainbow rice, when sprinkled with lime, turns from delicate blue to lavender. Trish Gavin’s bar menu offers cocktails with flavors of passionfruit, persimmon, and makrut lime.

4000 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55409

4. The Creekside Supper Club

4820 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55417

The owners of south Minneapolis’s  Parkway Theater have opened a neighboring supper club inspired by the northwoods establishments of the upper Midwest. (Some may argue these are of an exclusively Wisconsin genre, and Creekside’s brandy Old Fashioneds and relish trays make a solid case.) Here you’ll find classics like Vidalia onion rings, roasted corn chowder, prime rib sandwiches, a fish fry, or a wedge salad, best enjoyed with an ice-cold martini in hand. The nostalgic, cozy interiors (designed by Anna Lundberg, who also designed the Parkway) are a love letter to northern Wisco’: all wood paneling, plushy carpet, and choice taxidermy.

4820 Chicago Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55417

5. The Kitchen by Baked Brand at Midtown Global Market

920 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55407
A plate of mac and cheese and shrimp
The Kitchen by Baked Brand brings decadent comfort foods to Midtown.
The Kitchen by Baked Brand

Midtown Global Market has a new stall for fried chicken sandwiches, all-day breakfast, smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and baked goods. The Kitchen comes from south Minneapolis native Destinee Shelby, whose Baked Brand empire also includes Got the Juice, Got the Tea, and Homebody Candle Co. Her proprietary Budda Sauce enhances dishes like turkey legs stuffed with baked mac and cheese — also on the menu are steak birria tacos and a Fruity Pebbles hangover sandwich, plus vegan options like cauliflower wings. Open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

920 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55407

6. Ties Lounge & Rooftop

921 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55402

Ties is the work of three Gen-Z entrepreneurs — Gene Sanguma, Tommy Joyce, and Stevie Moman — who linked up with investor Levi Strowder to open a four-story nightclub on Nicollet Avenue. The founders’ mission is much bigger than drinks and music, though: after the unrest and isolation that characterized 2020, they want to help revitalize Minneapolis by creating a welcoming, inclusive social experience in their space. Joey Meatballs, a fast-casual Italian venture by chef Joshua Headquist, is Ties’ resident food vendor: step in for gnocchi with garlic butter and a mammoth, solitary meatball, or carbonara made with bacon and black pepper. Desserts from Nothing Bundt Cakes are available for “premium experience” guests, and New Haven-style pizza from OG ZaZa will open along with Ties’ rooftop in summer 2022.

921 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55402

7. Union Hmong Kitchen

520 N 4th St Ste 4, Minneapolis, MN 55401

After five years of roving residencies around town, chef Yia Vang’s first permanent restaurant was named a James Beard semifinalist this year — and Vang himself got a nod for best chef Midwest. In the North Loop’s two-story Graze Provisions + Libations food hall, Union Hmong Kitchen serves Vang’s popular Hmong dishes: his Zoo Siab meals (translation: “happy meals”) include proteins like chili-glazed barbecue pork, Hmong sausage, or ginger and lemongrass chicken, plus purple sticky rice and sides. Other orders include an all-day egg sandwich on a King’s Hawaiian bun made with Vang’s hit Hmong sausage patty, plus shrimp congee, brothy noodle dishes, and Yaki skewers. Vang, who recently became a naturalized U.S. citizen, bases much of his menu around recipes passed down from his parents, who met in Ban Vinai refugee camp in Thailand — his much-anticipated restaurant Vinai is slated to open in 2022.

520 N 4th St Ste 4
Minneapolis, MN 55401

8. Mother Dough Bakery

1st floor, fireside lounge, 225 South 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402

Taking over the two former Peace Coffee locations at the Capella Tower, Mother Dough brings a little bit of Paris to the skyways of downtown Minneapolis. Father-son duo David and Eli Fhima offer the same food menu at both locations: look for baguette, challah and brioche sandwiches, plus Danish pastries, croissants, and éclairs from the onsite bakery. The ground-level counter set-up serves beer and wine. Chef David Fhima famously uses his great-grandmother’s 130-year-old starter dough, which he brought with him from Casablanca, Morocco to the Twin Cities.

1st floor, fireside lounge, 225 South 6th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402

9. Spice & Tonic - Indian Cuisine And Bar

903 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415
Indian curries and rice served in tin dishes
A medley of North Indian dishes from Spice and Tonic.
Spice and Toni

A historic building in Downtown Minneapolis just welcomed a new Indian restaurant from a tenured local chef. Situated in a prime location near U.S. Bank Stadium, Spice & Tonic serves North Indian staples like samosas, lamb shahi korma, and chicken tikka masala. Chef and owner Joginder Cheema has sprinkled 15 Indian restaurants across the Twin Cities since 1993. He came out of retirement to open Spice & Tonic with his former business partner Manjit Singh and his son, Shan Cheema. With a liquor license newly approved, Cheema has a full bar menu in the works: look for cocktails like a masala chai martini to go along with imported Indian beers and wines.

903 S Washington Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55415

10. LUSH Lounge & Theater

990 NE Central Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Lush is back. After closing abruptly during Pride weekend in 2020, Northeast Minneapolis’s popular LBGTQ bar Lush has returned under new ownership: drag queens Andrew Rausch (Crystal Belle) and Jared Lawrence (Nikki Vixxen), and the team behind biscuit kitchen Betty and Earl’s, Jennifer Lueck and Jason Matheson. What hasn’t changed is the art — Lush is still a go-to for drag brunch, burlesque, and live music. But Betty and Earl’s, which has its own devoted Twin Cities fan base, brings a new culinary edge with breakfast poutine, blueberry lemon shortcake, and egg sandwiches on its classic biscuits.

990 NE Central Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55413

11. CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

401 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

National restaurant chain CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog is a huge hit in Dinkytown: Weeks after the opening date, crowds of diners are still queuing outside the restaurant to get a bite. CrunCheese brings something truly unique to the Twin Cities’ corn dog scene — try the cheddar and sausage dog, the squid ink variety, or the potato, coated with whole cubes of of fried potato. These dogs are served with generous drizzles of ketchup and mustard.

401 14th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414

12. Gus Gus

128 Cleveland Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104
A camel-colored booth bench set against a teal-painted wall, with a light wooden table set with napkins and glasses. There are candle sconces and black and white photography decorating the wall, and a window with a sheer white curtain.
Gus Gus opened on Cleveland Avenue in March.
Gus Gus

In March, chef Kevin Manley and Anna Morgan transformed the former Stewart’s space on Cleveland Avenue into Gus Gus, an intimate, subterranean restaurant and bar with a menu that’s by turns quirky, elegant, and exceptionally fun. Start with the venison cheddarwurst with apple slaw and mustard, add the sea bass with white bean ragu, and finish with the squash pudding, garnished with garam masala and graham cracker. From the drinks menu, Gus Gus’s trademark is Jell-O shots made with Aperol and Tattersall bitter orange, served as shimmery cubes on a plate. Morgan and Manley installed violet-colored lanterns and painted the walls and ceiling a deep, glossy teal, giving the space an almost submarine feel.

128 Cleveland Ave N
St Paul, MN 55104

13. Mario's

232 Cleveland Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104

In April, owners Jason Hansen and Peter Sebastian (also of southern European restaurant Estelle) opened Mario’s, a ‘70-style pizzeria on Cleveland Avenue. Come for Sicilian-style pan pizza — everything from simple pepperoni and red sauce arrangements to standouts like the “Supreme,” a sausage, poblano pepper, and oyster mushroom combo — plus East Coast-style hero sandwiches and frosted Oreo zeppole doughnuts. Mario’s opening is a boon for the Cities’ somewhat sparse sandwich scene: According to Racket, chef Evan Vranian is baking Italian sesame seed loaves for the hero sandwiches.

232 Cleveland Ave N
St Paul, MN 55104

14. Kalsada

1668 Selby Ave, St Paul, MN 55104

Chef Leah Raymundo and John Occhiato, who also own Cafe Astoria and Stella Belle, have opened Kalsada, a modern Filipino restaurant, in the former Augustine’s space in St. Paul. Kalsada will feature separate day and night menus: Pastries, breakfast items, and coffee from Cafe Astoria are served between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., and a full menu of modern Filipino fare is available beginning at 4 p.m. For dinner, try starters like roasted carrots ginataan, and entrees like truffled chicken adobo, or munngo made with pan-roasted Lake Superior whitefish, garlic kale, shrimp, and mungbean sauce.

1668 Selby Ave
St Paul, MN 55104

15. Smok’n Outdoors

1409 Arcade St, St Paul, MN 55106
A tin container of smoked barbecue ribs
Beef ribs from Smok’n Outdoors.
Smok’n Outdoors

Twin Cities couple Richard Xiong and Mary Vang found a permanent pad to send out the same beloved barbecue their Smok’n Outdoors food truck was known for. Offerings from their new St. Paul address include beef or pork ribs, pulled pork, and brisket, plus sides like sweet cornbread, apple kale slaw, sticky rice, chili cheese fries, and mashed potatoes. The family-owned business smokes its meats with local oak to coax out the taste of the outdoors. Catch them on Fridays for beef ribs, and keep an eye on the restaurant’s Facebook page — Smok’n Outdoors posts when it has burnt ends available.

1409 Arcade St
St Paul, MN 55106

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