A few day in the Minneapolis area to attend a wedding that will be held the Loring Pasta Bar venue (which was a surprise to see this place will work for a wedding regardless of the unlikely name)
In addition we have a few meals to cover from our downtown hotel, as we spend some time exploring the close in area. (Fri/Sat/Sun)
So far it looks like a breakfast at Hell's Kitchen and Sunday lunch/brunch'dinner at Black Forest Inn to sample what might be truly "local" to the Twin Cities and its historic culinary past.
Of course, this does not include a Jucy Lucy but not sure there will be room for one, stomach wise, even if there is time wise for a few more sampling spots.
Any other local and/or historic spots and or local/historic dishes? Al's for breakfast sounded great until we read about the waiting lines. What is the story about "Eat Street"?
Thanks for any tips, warnings or confirmation.