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This collective food hall is packed with African, Indian, Mexican, Vietnamese, Venezualan, and more flavors from around the globe
Photo: Lori Writer

Take a Flavor Vacation with Take Out From the Worldly Vendors at Midtown Global Market

Today could be filled with areaps, sopes, sambusas, and more

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This collective food hall is packed with African, Indian, Mexican, Vietnamese, Venezualan, and more flavors from around the globe
| Photo: Lori Writer

Midtown Global Market (MGM) welcomed a new tenant this month – Arepa Bar- adding to the list of solid take-out and delivery options from Lake Street’s Internationally focused market.

With conveniences like ramp free parking and even some curbside take-out options, MGM is filled with unique and vibrant eateries spanning the culinary globe.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Salsa a la Salsa - Midtown

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Using family recipes from Central Mexico, Salsa La Salsa’s entrée menu is mouth-watering, with spicy entrees, deeply rich stews, and bright salsas. Don’t skip desserts like the orange caramel flan or the chimi cheese, fried tortillas filled with sweet cheese and topped with a tangy raspberry sauce. 

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Manny's Tortas

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Mexico City native Manny Gonzalez and his sister Victoria serve Mexican sandwiches- tortas- including Minnesota State Fair favorite Hawaiian with ham and pineapple. Even with a mask on, it’s hard to miss Manny’s ubiquitous smile.

Moroccan Flavors

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Since we are stuck at home, why not have the space filled with beguiling scents like rosewater and turmeric? Moroccan Flavors’ signature dish is tagine- a traditional stew slow cooked in beautiful stoneware whose unique shape allows for exceptionally tender and fragrant meats and veggies. 

Andy's Garage

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Pandemic induced cravings for American comfort staples like hoagies, burgers and fried chicken can all be satiated at Andy’s Garage. FYI, a root beer float is a perfectly acceptable appetizer to tide you over on the drive home. 

Safari Express

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Golden fried sambusas, piquant chicken suqqar or a crema drizzled Ke’y Ke’y, just follow the enticing aromas to this stand.

Taqueria Los Ocampo

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Los Ocampos boasts several locations around the Twin Cities, including two full-service restaurants. At the taqueria space in Midtown Global Market, pick up their beloved street tacos, or more unique offerings like the Sopa de Mariscos, a seafood soup filled with tiny octopus, catfish, shrimp and more. 

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Intown Sushi

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Intown Sushi offers in-store pick-up, curbside pick-up, and delivery so there is no barrier to their wide selection of reasonably priced rolls and nigiri as well as sprawling platters, customizable poke bowls and even dumplings and steam buns for lunch. 

Pham's Rice Bowl

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Pham’s family recipes cover the gamut of Asian cuisine, from pho to bahn mi to Chinese staples like kung pao chicken or Szechuan beef and traditional Thai dishes like pad thai.

Arepa Bar

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The newest addition, Arepa Bar, is run by Caracas native chef Soleil Ramirez and serves a variety of traditional Venezuelan dishes, including those plump little sandwiches in the title role. Ramirez’s offerings are made from scratch and include a robust list of vegan and vegetarian options. 

Sabbai Express

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Cambodian food is known for tapping into aromatic warm spices like cinnamon, star anise, and ginger, along with native ingredients like lemongrass, cilantro, and Kaffir lime leaves, crafting flavorful dishes while limiting use of fats and meats. 

Salsa a la Salsa - Midtown

Salsa a la Salsa

Using family recipes from Central Mexico, Salsa La Salsa’s entrée menu is mouth-watering, with spicy entrees, deeply rich stews, and bright salsas. Don’t skip desserts like the orange caramel flan or the chimi cheese, fried tortillas filled with sweet cheese and topped with a tangy raspberry sauce. 

Salsa a la Salsa

Manny's Tortas

Mexico City native Manny Gonzalez and his sister Victoria serve Mexican sandwiches- tortas- including Minnesota State Fair favorite Hawaiian with ham and pineapple. Even with a mask on, it’s hard to miss Manny’s ubiquitous smile.

Moroccan Flavors

Since we are stuck at home, why not have the space filled with beguiling scents like rosewater and turmeric? Moroccan Flavors’ signature dish is tagine- a traditional stew slow cooked in beautiful stoneware whose unique shape allows for exceptionally tender and fragrant meats and veggies. 

Andy's Garage

Pandemic induced cravings for American comfort staples like hoagies, burgers and fried chicken can all be satiated at Andy’s Garage. FYI, a root beer float is a perfectly acceptable appetizer to tide you over on the drive home. 

Safari Express

Golden fried sambusas, piquant chicken suqqar or a crema drizzled Ke’y Ke’y, just follow the enticing aromas to this stand.

Taqueria Los Ocampo

Yelp

Los Ocampos boasts several locations around the Twin Cities, including two full-service restaurants. At the taqueria space in Midtown Global Market, pick up their beloved street tacos, or more unique offerings like the Sopa de Mariscos, a seafood soup filled with tiny octopus, catfish, shrimp and more. 

Yelp

Intown Sushi

Intown Sushi offers in-store pick-up, curbside pick-up, and delivery so there is no barrier to their wide selection of reasonably priced rolls and nigiri as well as sprawling platters, customizable poke bowls and even dumplings and steam buns for lunch. 

Pham's Rice Bowl

Pham’s family recipes cover the gamut of Asian cuisine, from pho to bahn mi to Chinese staples like kung pao chicken or Szechuan beef and traditional Thai dishes like pad thai.

Arepa Bar

The newest addition, Arepa Bar, is run by Caracas native chef Soleil Ramirez and serves a variety of traditional Venezuelan dishes, including those plump little sandwiches in the title role. Ramirez’s offerings are made from scratch and include a robust list of vegan and vegetarian options. 

Sabbai Express

Cambodian food is known for tapping into aromatic warm spices like cinnamon, star anise, and ginger, along with native ingredients like lemongrass, cilantro, and Kaffir lime leaves, crafting flavorful dishes while limiting use of fats and meats. 

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