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Need ideas for a nice dinner, sporty brunch, and a light dinner.


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Need ideas for a nice dinner, sporty brunch, and a light dinner.

bailee | Sep 11, 2012 07:42 PM

We will be in MSP this weekend for a wedding, staying at the W The Foshay in downtown. We'll be free for dinner Friday, brunch on Saturday, and dinner Sunday. Walking distance from the hotel is a plus, but not necessary. Here's what we were thinking (and need recommendations for):

Friday dinner - we like local, sustainable small plates, with a focus on seafood. The wedding reception on Saturday is at Sea Change, so that's out. Our favorite restaurants for that sort of food in Seattle are Walrus & Carpenter and Terra Plata, we also really enjoy L'Abottoir in Vancouver. Any ideas?

Saturday morning we'd like to catch the Sounders/Timbers soccer game. It's being nationally televised, so we need a sports bar environment, but hopefully one with an above standard brunch. We love hashbrowns and benedicts and classic breakfast fare, we'd just like for it to be GOOD.

Sunday we're planning on Blue Door Pub for lunch (for a Jucy Blucy), so we're looking for a light dinner. Sushi (traditional), Vietnamese, or any other light and fresh recommendations are greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!


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