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First Time Trying Fish – Where in MPLS Should I Go?  

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First Time Trying Fish – Where in MPLS Should I Go?  

mumblecrust | Nov 29, 2010 05:04 AM

Well, not literally the first time—I’ve been vegetarian for 10 years, and the last time I had fish would have been at the age of 19 or 20, and was probably a Fish Filet sandwich or perhaps the buffet at Mystic Lake or something. In other words, Fish-like Garbage.
 
I have no plans to eat beef/chicken anytime soon, but I’ve been thinking about re-introducing fish to my diet. My criteria:
 
1. At least moderately healthy (or, not unhealthy)
2. Tastes good
3. Unlikely to get me sick (it’s been so long; no idea if my stomach will be able to take it or what).
 
Any suggestions? I was thinking Red Stag or Bar La Grassa or something. But I really have no idea which type of fish (or seafood) to try, or which place would have the best stuff.
 
Price is no object, at least not for this first time. I mean, I’m not going to spend $600 on a clam or anything, but I’d be willing to pay a little extra than I normally would
 
 
 
 

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Bar La Grassa
800 N Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401

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