Minneapolis

Terroir talks to Chef Jamie Malone for her must-eat recommendations for Mill City

Bakeries

Patisserie 46 -

4552 Grand 

Mill City Eats 

Ave. S. (612) 354-3257

Rustica - 3220 West Lake St. 

(612) 822-1119

Salty Tart - 920 East Lake St. 

(612) 874-9206

Ave. S. (612) 824-4300

Brunch

Haute Dish - 119 Washington 

Ave. N.  (612) 338-8484

Hayday - 2700 Lyndale Ave. S 

(612) 200-9369

The Bachelor Farmer - 50 2nd 

Ave. N.  (612) 206-3920

Coffee

Dogwood Coffee -

Calhoun Square, 3001 Hennepin Ave S. 

(612) 202-8986

Spyhouse Coffee -

Three Locations; 945 Broadway St. NE,

2404 Hennepin Ave. S, 

and 2451 Nicollet Ave. S. 

Bull Run - Two Locations; 

3346 Lyndale Ave. S (612) 

545-5972, and 4301 Nicollet 

 

 

The bread bowl of the United States is experiencing a food and culture renaissance, and as of late, the world is taking notice. Don’t worry though, all the attention our dear Twin Cities have been getting is received in true Minnesota fashion, with an unpretentious nod and shy smile. These days, you can’t visit Minneapolis without bumping into some experimental Scandinavian cuisinelocally roasted single origin coffee, and some new form of food on a stick.

Though it has become a hotspot for innovation, Minneapolis still stays true to grain’s roots, with some of the countries best bakeries and sought after baked goods – think Michelle Gayer’s Crackaroons, available at her bake shop, Salty Tart – and some of America’s best and most famous craft brews (Surly!).  Attracting the attention of food writers from far and wide, celebrity chefs and local eats are plentiful. Here are some recommendations from Minneapolis’ own, Jamie Malone.

Lunch

Fika – American Swedish 

Institute, 2600 Park Ave.   

(612) 871-4907

Brasa – 600 Hennepin Ave. E. 

(612) 379-3030

Tilia – 2726 West 43rd St.        

(612) 354-2806 

Bar 

Marvel Bar – 50 North 2nd Ave. 

(612) 206-3929

Butcher and the Boar – 1121 

Hennepin Ave. (612) 238-8888

Spoon and Stable – 211 North 

1st St. (612) 224-9850

Brew 

Surly – 520 Malcolm 

Ave. SE. (763) 535-3330

Townhall Brewing – 

1430 S. Washington 

Ave. (612) 339-8696

Schells – 1860 Schell’s 

Rd, New Ulm, MN. 

Outside Minneapolis. 

(507) 354 -5528

Art & Music 

Bockley Gallery – 2123 

W 23rd St. (612) 377-

4669

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Soap Factory – 514 2nd 

St. SE. (612) 623-9176

Rogue Buddha – 357 

13th Ave. NE. (612) 331-

3889

7th Street Entry – 701 1st 

Ave. N. (612) 338-8388

Turf Club – 1601 

University Ave. W. St 

Paul, MN. (651) 647-

0486

Triple Rock Social Club 

– 629 Cedar Ave. (612) 

333-7399

Casual Dining

 Pizzeria Lola – 5557 Xerxes 

Ave. S. (612) 424-8334 

Nighthawks – 3753 Nicollet 

Ave. S. 

Bar La Grassa – 800 N. 

Washington Ave. (612) 333-

3837

Splurge 

La Belle Vie – 510 Groveland 

Ave. (612) 874-6440

Hayday - 2700 Lyndale Ave. S 

(612) 200-9369

Piccolo – 4300 Bryant Ave. S. 

(612) 827-8111

Meet Jamie Malone

Jamie Malone has always had a life that revolved around food, she grew up cooking and baking with her Dad in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Before receiving her culinary degree from Le Cordon Bleu, Chef Malone traveled and studied extensively in Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Europe, immersing herself in each region's cuisine.

Chef Jamie Malone is currently in the process of opening her own restaurant, Brut, in Minneapolis.  It will be a neighbourhood restaurant with focus on a modern approach to regional French cookery, and plenty of sparking wine. Her past work at Sea Change, in Minneapolis, has earned her a place as a semifinalist for Rising Star Chef of the Year for the 2013, Best Chef Midwest 2014 James Beard Foundation Awards, as well as a 2013 award for Best New Chef from Food and Wine magazine.