The Eater 38 is a tapestry — comprising many cuisines, neighborhoods, and price points — of Minneapolis and St. Paul’s essential restaurants. This map is updated every quarter to include cornerstone restaurants of Twin Cities cuisine, from long-established spots to newcomers to the scene. The Eater 38 spans the Cities’ restaurant scene in all its vibrancy, from bowls of fiery birria on Lake Street to rohan duck in the North Loop; from flaky chive cakes in Frogtown to bison tartare on the banks of the Mississippi River.
This season, we say farewell to P.S. Steak, Joan’s in the Park, The Bungalow Club, World Street Kitchen, Pajarito, and Pizzeria Lola. We welcome Mama Sheila’s House of Soul, Petite León, Cheng Heng, Las Cuatro Milpas, Sammy’s Avenue Eatery, and Lu’s Sandwiches. Note that these restaurants are listed geographically.
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.Read More