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25 Best Delivery & Takeout in The Twin Cities (Minneapolis & St. Paul)

25 Best Delivery & Takeout in The Twin Cities (Minneapolis & St. Paul)

Certain foods are destined for takeout, and places around Minneapolis embody what takeout can and should be. It’s not because their ambiance is bad but because the type of food is meant for a cozy Sunday inside your home, especially if you want to avoid staying out on a winter’s night.

Whether you’re enjoying a night in, looking for something different, or when visiting and not sure where to go, you need these best takeout restaurants in the Twin Cities to truly experience Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Are you a takeout fanatic? We’re huge fans of getting outside and enjoying a unique atmosphere or taking a picture of that perfect dish when it’s placed right in front of you at the restaurant, but it isn’t the same as your living room.

There are moments when your living room plus epic food sounds like the best way to spend your night. You can’t eat your restaurant’s favorite food and stream your favorite show simultaneously if you are in the restaurant.

Sometimes you need a night to relax without thinking of what you’ll wear, what everyone else is wearing, and how long the wait will be before you can eat. Instead, we have some of the best options for you to consider for takeout in the great Minneapolis area.

Best Delivery & Takeout in Minneapolis

There is a big difference between Minneapolis and St. Paul for those who don’t know. Even the most identical twins have characteristics setting them apart.

Food stalls vs. restaurants, pizza vs. burgers. There’s plenty to take away and no shortage of takeout, no matter your neighborhood or the city you’re in. 

Despite what those outside of the Twin Cities may think, the best takeout food in Minneapolis is diverse, mouthwatering, and will hit the spot, no matter your cravings. 

1. Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo Restaurant in Minneapolis

Address: 219 N 3rd Ave, Minneapolis, MN

With some of the best chicken wings in town, Monte Carlo is the perfect takeout option for a fancy at-home dinner or game day with your friends. The fried chicken is to die for, and the wings’ seasoning is unmatched.

It’s hard to say what the Twin Cities’ best burger is, but it’s easy to say Monte Carlo’s burger is a perfect size. Order online and top off your choice with some chili or a salad, and you are ready!

Their extensive menu ranges from lighter fare for lunch to more elegant dinner options like a classic New York strip steak. Call ahead for your take-out order, or sit at the bar (enjoy a cocktail or martini) while you wait for your order to be ready.

Monte Carlo has been an absolute staple of the North Loop in Minneapolis. Order now on Seamless.

2. Boludo

Boludo Minneapolis

Address: 8 W. 38th St Minneapolis, MN

Boludo means “stupid” in Spanish. It’s a perfect name because their empanadas and pizza are stupidly good.

It’s the type of place you visit and immediately think, “I want you to get a bigger space!” A fun environment and amazing food permeate the experience, whether you’re eating in the restaurant or at home. Both their empanadas and pizza are out-of-this-world good.

They are in a tiny space, but that’s fine because any Boludo is better than no Boludo. The best play is to pick up Boludo on a Sunday afternoon – then, take it home and relax while you enjoy it.

Not technically pork dumplings, but the Jamon y Queso empanada can satisfy your craving and more, with its flaky crust, generous filling, and combination of salty cheese and ham. You can also go for the margarita or the pepperoni pizza.

Then, pair that with a puerro (aka beef) and pollo (aka chicken) empanada. It sounds like a funny combo, but you will be blown away.

Did you suddenly realize you have a craving for Boludo? Order online with Doordash to get it for takeout or delivery or visit one of the four Minneapolis locations, including its new, larger spot across the street from its original location. 

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3. Revival

Fried Chicken from Revival Minneapolis

Address: 4537 Nicollet Ave in Minneapolis, MN

Revival Fried Chicken is never a bad idea, and it’s actually the perfect takeout option too.

Fried chicken comes in a variety of forms. You can have it with waffles, between perfect sandwich bread, on its own, in a salad, and so much more, and Revival has perfected it all. This spot is an epic establishment for fried chicken, and their burgers are out of this world. The good news is that fried chicken is affordable, which makes for a great takeout option.

Revival is a perfect choice for game day snacks or any old-day dinner. Our favorite is a five-piece southern fried with some mashed potatoes and gravy on the side. Oh, grab some hush puppies, too, if you can. 

Make sure you choose a location close to you, as they have several across the Twin Cities. 

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4. The Bungalow Club

The Bungalow Club Minneapolis

Address: 4300 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN

The Bungalow Club (TBC) is our go-to happy hour spot. Their patio and all-day Sunday happy hour keep us coming back. They also have a take-out option, so you can enjoy their menu at home without leaving your car using curbside pick-up.

TBC takeout menu changes frequently, but their fresh pasta is endlessly delicious; we love their arancini and cacio e pepe pasta when available. We’d be happy if they only had a pasta menu. The burrata is also an excellent take-home choice! The takeout is easy, you order online (or over the phone), and 20 minutes later it is ready for curbside pickup or takeaway.

This is definitely a place to try for take-out and dine-in. Visit and you will be so happy you tried it!

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5. Blue Door Pub

Front of Blue Door Pub in Longfellow, Minneapolis

Address: 3448 42nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

A juicy lucy to go? Please! Blue Door Pub is known as one of the top juicy Lucy spots in town, and they have great “nacho totchos” made with tater tots, crema, queso, and all the exciting specialty toppings.

The best part about picking up Blue Door is the menu selection. This classic pub food has a twist on chicken wings with many options, salads, burgers, and deep-fried green beans.

Ready to place your curbside pickup order? Order on Doordash to get your takeout order started or get it for delivery directly to your door and enjoy the epitome of comfort food with some of the best Minneapolis takeout. They have plenty of locations across Minneapolis for locals to enjoy.

6. Black Sheep Pizza

Pizza in Black Sheep Pizza
Black Sheep Pizza / Facebook

Address: 2550 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN

There are a lot of delicious pizza spots which you can safely enjoy in Minneapolis and when looking for the right spot for your cravings, you would be lucky if a gourmet tasting menu was half as good as Black Sheep Pizza. The culture of the workforce, combined with the crazy good pizza combos, makes this pizza spot rise above others, including having great gluten-free crusts.

Two locations offer easier access for those around North Loop or East Street, but when the pizza is this good, you’re willing to travel for the right blend of flavors. Black Sheep has fun pizzas that make you want to sample the entire menu, from the square Sicilian pie topped with mozzarella and sauce to the Persian beef with tomato, feta, and harissa that will expand your pizza horizons.

Lemon ricotta pizza with goat cheese or pizza topped with hot honey and smoked chicken? Yeah, try it, and you’ll see how Black Sheep takes you out of your comfort zone just enough to be genius. Both their Minneapolis and St. Paul locations can be ordered for delivery on Doordash.

7. The Lynhall

The Lynhall Restaurant in Minneapolis
Tony Webster / Flickr

Address: 2640 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis

When you want the flavor of an upscale neighborhood coffee shop without the pretentiousness, The Lynhall is the place to go. It’s so much more than just pastries, but with gooey chocolate chip cookies, Earl Grey muffins, and almond morning buns better than cinnamon rolls, it’s easy to fall into the pastry honeytrap.

With afternoon tea service that feels like you checked off gourmet grocery items and classic eggs benny that will make you want to visit a story to own English muffins, The Lynhall can feel communal, easygoing, and surprising. Enjoy the patio seating when visiting Lyndale Avenue, or grab your seriously delicious pastries.

8. Smoke In The Pit

Smoke In The Pit restaurant entrance
Smoke In The Pit / Smoke In The Pit

Address: 3733 Chicago Avenue, South Minneapolis, MN

If you are looking for a barbecue, look no further. Smoke In The Pit has a limited menu focusing on what matters, phenomenal pork ribs, and other BBQ fares that are sure to satisfy, like baked beans or wings from pit-smoked chicken.

Call ahead to take out or order when you get there. Either way, you will be taken care of!

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9. Lu’s Sandwiches

Lu's Sandwiches restaurant outdoor seats and tables
Lu’s Sandwiches / Facebook

Address: 2624 Nicollet Ave South Minneapolis, MN

Lu’s Sandwiches is not your typical bread stuffed with cured meats. Instead, Lu’s Sandwiches serves banh mi (Vietnamese sandwiches), bubble tea, and boba smoothies; they even have vegan options.

The best part about Lu’s Sandwiches outside of the banh mi sandwich is the service! The employees are so friendly and welcoming that you immediately feel at home!

You can call ahead to order a sandwich or a takeout option to go. They do have a small dining area to eat in too! Lu’s Sandwiches has a number of locations in different Minneapolis neighborhoods. They are open 7 days a week with the hours of operation generally from 10 am until 8 pm.

10. Afro Deli

Afro Deli & Grill in Minnesota

Address: 1810 Riverside Avenue Minneapolis, MN

Probably one of the most underrated spots in the Twin Cities, and another name that upsurpts the concept of expected cured meats, Afro Deli has several fun takeout options that are different and very tasty!

From falafel sandwiches to beef sambusas and chicken curry, you will surely find something new to try every time you stop by.

One of the best parts about Afro Deli is that it’s real food that’ll keep your pocket full. You can order various dishes to try and share with friends or just for yourself and feel like you barely scratched the surface.

They have locations in Minneapolis and St. Paul, so there is one near you if you’re looking for an excellent takeout option to take with you before exploring the best bars in the Twin Cities.

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11. Young Joni

Young Joni restaurant interior and tables
Lucasvdw / TripAdvisor

Address: 165 13th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN

Young Joni offers some of the best pizzas in the entire country. Yeah, they are a James Beard Award winner. Yeah, this isn’t your ordinary type of pizza place.

Though it’s not exclusively a pizza place, Young’s has some delicious pies. Order at least one, like pepperoni or la Parisienne, and appreciate the flavor of each ingredient you bit into with Young Joni supporting local farmers.

Other food items include house-made Thai sausage lettuce wraps and Japanese potatoes with a slightly uncoordinated bonito topping. Young Joni is known for fine dining, so it’s not for someone on a budget but is definitely something you should try at least once.

12. Zen Box Izakaya

Zen Box Izakaya Ramen

Address: 602 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN

Zen Box Izakaya is situated in East Town in Minneapolis, Minnesota right by the Mill City Museum. The food there is perfect for soaking up drink night: crisp and crispy baked Karaage or a warm bowl of Udon soup.

Chef and restaurant owner John Ngs’ ramen obsession is something culinary legends are made of. Order during the weekend before they sell out because you’ll be fighting for competition on their food once it hits dinner time on Friday.

This is a take-out place first for those of you in a hurry and a dine-in second, only because dining is done on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you don’t have a table, it’ll most likely take time before you get one. There’s a line on Saturdays waiting for them to open for people to enjoy the rice bowl, the Roman, and even the gluten-free options. 

If you will eat at Zen Box Izakaya, call ahead and order before you arrive. And if the best takeout restaurants matter, definitely try this one! Skip the line and get curbside takeout with a batch of edamame, pork ramen, and chicken karaage.

Order Zen Box Izakaya on Doordash now to get your takeout started so you won’t have to wait around at the restaurant. This is also available for delivery if you don’t want to leave your house.

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13. Matt’s Bar

Jucy Lucy from Matt's Bar building and skyline
Matt’s Bar / Matt’s Bar

Address: 3500 Cedar Ave S. Minneapolis, MN

Matt’s Bar has some of the best takeout Minneapolis can share with you and the world, especially being home to the original Jucy Lucy! It’s typically known as a dive bar in South Minneapolis, but if you don’t like the dive culture. Matt’s Bar is known as the inventor of the Juicy Lucy. A juicy burger stuffed with cheese is known as a Minnesota staple.

No one can forget this spot as it’s a staple of Minnesota, and it’s a place you have to go if you are in Minneapolis visiting. The best part about eating there is the drive back home while consuming one of these epic Juicy Lucy burgers.

Matt’s Bar is open every day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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14. Bull’s Horn

Fried Chicken from Bull's Horn, Minneapolis

Address: 563 South 34th Avenue Minneapolis, MN

Wow, another fried chicken option? Yeah, I don’t know what it is, but the Twin Cities actually has some pretty solid fried chicken spots.

If the restaurant served regular fried chicken, it would still be great but Bull’s Horn puts a great different spin on tradition. It’s dill pickle fried chicken. It sounds overly unique and different, but trust me, that’s in a good way.

Again, if you need alternatives to fried chicken, be sure to try their burger, ramen (only on certain days of the week), fried cheese curds, or their many variations on sandwiches.

It’s a great spot for curbside pickup of fried chicken that will make your mind explode. The best part about Bull’s Horn is it is open Tuesday until Sunday, and its hours of operation are from 4 pm until 10 pm. Friday and Saturday they are open until 11 pm.

15. Broders’ Cucina Italiana

Bolognese at Broders Pasta Bar
Bolognese at Broders Pasta Bar

Address: 5000 Penn Avenue South Minneapolis, MN

You can always tell a good Italian restaurant by the quality of its bolognese, and Broders’ is incredible An absolute must-visit for Italian takeout in Minneapolis. The bolognese sauce is absolutely to die for, and you can grab some great Italian paninis if you are in a rush.

They do also have family meals to go as well. Broders’ Cucina Italiana’s hours of operation are from 11 a.m. to 9 pm Sunday to Thursday and 11 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. 

If you live near Borders’ Cucina Italiana, you don’t have to leave your place; the restaurant offers delivery around the local area. 

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16. Sammy’s Avenue Eatery

Egg sandwich at Sammy’s Avenue Eatery
Sammy’s Avenue Eatery / Facebook

Address: 1101 W Broadway #1, Minneapolis, MN

Sammy’s Avenue Eatery is a haven for classic flavors done in big servings. Vats of comforting steaming chile? Check.

Entire pies that embody the warm feeling of home cooking? Check. hot cocoa that can turn even the most avid partier into a weekend homebody who prefers a cozy night in with a heartwarming cup? Check.

It’s a small place with a big sense of community, led by a man with more than a decade of experience in the food and hospitality business. Gluten-free bread and servings the size of family meals for perfect shareable food make Sammy’s ideal for everyone. Check out Sammy’s Avenue Eatery menu on Doordash or Sammy’s location at 1101 W Broadway Ave #1 Minneapolis, MN. 

17. Khao HOM Thai Restaurant

Khao HOM Thai Restaurant interior
Khao HOM Thai Restaurant / Facebook

Address: 2411 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN

Khao HOM Thai Restaurant is more than a typical Southeast Asian eatery and has some of the best takeout Minneapolis can offer. Egg rolls, rice bowls, chicken noodle soup, traditional chicken pad thai, and fried rice are easy to order and take away from noon to 9 p.m. 

The short distance between the restaurant and the University of Minnesota may be part of the reasons why Khao HOM Thai has such great take-out game, but no matter the reason, it’s one of those rare places where the food eaten to-go is just as good as when ordered and eats

Best Delivery & Takeout in St. Paul

Let’s hop over to the other side of the river to St. Paul. It wouldn’t be the Twin Cities if we didn’t have our dear sibling, Saint Paul, with us.

Whether looking for a sister restaurant or a completely new take on a classic like creamed spinach or a cheesy tomato, Saint Paul is more than Minneapolis’s sister city. 

With a downtown separated from Minneapolis by seven miles, the city has its flavor with popular brews and spots to grab some of the best takeout restaurants in the Twin Cities. 

18. Cossetta

Cossetta restaurant building
Cossetta / Facebook

Address: West 7th Street in St. Paul, MN

The original Italian restaurant of Minnesota—Cossetta—is an epic option for takeout. It’s a glorified multi-story market serving both family-style portions or grab-and-go individual options.

You’ll get all things Italian here, including excellent pasta, sandwiches for lunch, and of course, pizzas. The pizza is excellent, so grab a classic cheese slice or a sausage slice.

Cossetta is located near Xcel Energy Center, so check if there is a concert or a Minnesota Wild game, as it can get extremely busy during those times. Cossetta is open from Sunday to Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm.

19. Hmong Village

Fruit stand in Hmong Village
J. Annie Wang / Flickr

Address: 1001 Johnson Pkwy, St Paul, MN

Just like when exploring San Francisco‘s Chinatown or finding new corners of New York to stay close to Chinatown, the Twin Cities have Hmong Village, and it’s an absolute must-stop if you are looking for some culture and variety.

A few must-orders would be beef or seafood pho or Thai-style pork sausage. Over 20 different restaurants prepare fried rice, egg rolls, Asian barbeque, traditional chicken noodle soup, different types of banh mi sandwiches, and so much more.

The village is also completely free and has a parking lot to pop in and out of during your visit. The Hmong Village is located in Eastside St. Paul.

20. Pimento Jamaican Kitchen

Ox tail dish at Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, Minnesota
Pimento Jamaican Kitchen / Facebook

Address: 902 7th St W, St Paul, MN

Sticking with the variety… Pimento Jamaican Kitchen is an award winner of Food Court Wars on the Food Network. They are best known for their jerk chicken and veggie patty.

They make sandwiches, wraps, and plates in true Jamaican fashion with authentic Jamaican flavors. They have a full bar with cocktails and an outdoor seating area which can be super nice if the summer is on time.

Pimento Jamaican Kitchen is open daily from 11 am to 9 pm in the fun Keg and Case Market on West 7th Street in St. Paul. Or, visit their Eat Street location in South Minneapolis.

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21. Red Cow

Food serving at Red Cow
Red Cow / Facebook

Address: 393 Selby Ave, St Paul, MN

Red Cow restaurant option that is a staple for all things Americana and burgers. It’s a more modern takeout concept that includes a full bar, specialty cocktails, and “upscale-ish” bar and grill-style options. You’ll have to grab an order of the fried cheese curds, or if you need something hearty to warm you up on a cold Twin Cities night, grab the beer cheese soup.

Don’t be scared away by the bar food, either. They feature buffalo cauliflower and Impossible burgers if you want a vegetarian option. They also have a massive selection of gluten-free options.

Since it’s a staple of the Twin Cities, there are plenty of locations to choose from, including Uptown, North Loop, and the Cathedral Hill of St. Paul. You can easily order Red Cow for delivery or takeout on Doordash but allow for some time as they get incredibly busy, highlighting how they are one of the best takeout restaurants on both sides of the water. It’s also available for curbside pickup if you’d prefer to get it on the road.

22. Pajarito

Tacos at Pajarito, Minnesota
Pajarito / Facebook

Address: 605 7th St W, St Paul, MN

If you are looking for a Mexican restaurant for takeout in St. Paul, Pajarito must be on your list. They are pushing the boundaries of traditional Mexican fare by modernizing it and incorporating fresh and vibrant flavors.

They put much thought into every step of the curation process, from selecting meat, avocado, and more from local and fresh vendors to the extensive preparation process, including finding the perfect pairing with roasted vegetables.

They have galore build-your-own burrito options, taco salads, fish tacos, and nachos. Plus, their chorizo will completely amaze you. They are open daily, have hours of operation from 4 pm until 10 pm, and close at 8 pm on Sundays. Pajarito has two locations across the Twin Cities, one in St. Paul and one in Edina.

Take your time to enjoy the patio seating when visiting, or order Pajarito on Doordash to get your takeout started in advance. It’s also available for delivery. 

23. Groundswell

Groundswell sign and frontdoor
Groundswell / Facebook

Address: 1340 Thomas Ave W, St Paul, MN

Groundswell earned a spot on this list for many reasons, including savory waffles like sweet potato poutine waffles. The combination of partly sweet potato with chewy curds that melt into the nooks of the waffle can make a bad day feel good again. 

Located in the Hamline-Midway Neighborhood, Groundswell’s waffles are delicately flaky, cooked to a golden crisp, and perfectly shareable food, whether topped with honey produced by local farmers, sweet maple syrup, or delicious curd.

The trick to keeping waffles crispy and fresh when ordering to go is all about keeping your exciting specialty toppings on the side until the last moment. 

24. Brasa Premium Rotisserie

Brasa Premium Rotisserie bowl with plantains in the background
Brasa Premium Rotisserie / Facebook

Address: 777 Grand Avenue Saint Paul, MN

As far as takeout goes, the combination of casual restaurant ambiance and delicious quality of rotisserie chicken, in addition to the Creole-style food, make Brasa Premium Rotisserie a perfect choice. 

Need gluten-free options? You’re covered. Looking for slow-roasted flavors? They have it. Interested in trying the “smothered” chicken, which consists of pulled rotisserie chicken covered in cream gravy? That sounds like the ultimate comfort food.

Try the slow-roasted pork or enjoy the fair-trade coffee as you sample the dishes influenced by Mexican and Caribbean flavors. Order your meal from the Saint Paul location or visit one of the addresses in Minneapolis. 

Best Beer Takeout and Curbside Pickup in Minneapolis and St. Paul

What better to go with takeout dinner than takeout craft beer? The Twin Cities are known for some of the best craft breweries in the country. The plus side is that most of these breweries also have crowlers and growlers to go!

Check out these Best Breweries in Minneapolis list, lots of these breweries have take-out options too!

Waldmann’s Brewery

Waldmann's Brewery sign and building entrance
Waldmann’s Brewery / Facebook

Address: 445 Smith Ave N, St Paul, MN

Waldmann’s is one of our favorite breweries in St. Paul. Who needs complicated cocktail kits when Waldmann’s has a number of crowlers available to go that change daily? Their beers are phenomenal.

I mean it. We’ve visited Germany numerous times, and Waldmann’s is one of Minnesota’s best German brewery-style places.

Waldmann’s also has food to go. They have sausages, cheeses, and a few other goodies. They recently (as of March 2020) started a beer-delivery program.

Yes, beer delivery. For all of us stuck working at home, Waldmann’s will bring us crowlers full of wonderful beer and food too!

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Back Channel Brewery

Back Channel Brewery establishment and grounds
Back Channel Brewery / Facebook

Address: 4787 Shoreline Dr, Spring Park, MN

Another top brewery of ours, Back Channel has the best stouts in Minnesota (yes, better than Dangerous Man’s peanut butter porter). They have crowlers ready to take away and a great lake view. It is a bit of a drive from downtown, but it is worth it!

Back Channel’s to-go beers are perfect for a sunny day on Lake Minnetonka, or a day holed up in the house. They also have gluten-free options for a wider variety of drinks to enjoy on the patio seating or to take with you. 

Stop in and meet the staff, they are a ton of fun and have great style – check out their merch!

Utepils Brewery

Customer having fun and drinking in Utepils Brewing Co
Management / TripAdvisor

Address: 225 Thomas Ave N #700, Minneapolis, MN

Utepils has the best Altbier in town and the best selection of growlers. You won’t find crowlers here, this is the spot to pick up some growlers and share them with your friends.

From Altbier to Kolsh, Utepils has plenty of options no matter your taste preferences. Their German-style beer is made from fresh German hops right in their brewery. The art in the brewery is also fun to look at. Make sure to take a peak when you stop in for your drink!

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Venn Brewery

Venn Brewery building, sign and outdoor tables
Venn Brewery / Venn Brewery

Address: 3550 E 46th St Suite 140, Minneapolis, MN

Venn Brewery is a fun spot to try because their beer always changes! The taproom is a fun spot for trivia or movie night, and their patio is fantastic. But sometimes you want to enjoy your beer at home.

Venn Brewery has a number of crowlers for takeout that change daily. Stop by, pick your favorite, and enjoy! They usually have food trucks outside, so you can pick up takeout from there.

Venn is one of the best places to visit near Minnehaha Falls. The Minneapolis food scene is fantastic, and the takeout options are just as good. From crispy wings to fresh-made pizza, this destination caters to diverse tastes to take out and enjoy.


Does Minneapolis have a good food scene?

Yes, Minneapolis does have an excellent food scene and is one of the most underrated in the United States. The city is known for its diverse culinary offerings that range from innovative farm-to-table fare to exciting global cuisine.

What neighborhood is Eat Street in Minneapolis?

Eat Street in Minneapolis is located in the Whittier neighborhood. This bustling and diverse enclave is known for its cultural institutions and culinary corridor, Nicollet Avenue, dubbed “Eat Street.”

This strip boasts many restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores serving food from all cuisines worldwide, making it a true foodie paradise.

Is there DoorDash in Minnesota?

Yes, DoorDash, including its major cities like Minneapolis and St. Paul, is available in Minnesota. This food delivery service provides access to various restaurants, allowing residents and visitors to enjoy their favorite meals at home or on the go.
Whether you crave local specialties or international dishes, DoorDash makes exploring Minnesota’s culinary scene easy.

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