Hey there. Today I have 1001 questions about Scandinavian food in the Twin Cities.
Has anyone tried the monthly smorgasbords at the American Swedish Institute? Are they any good? Does the ASI serve Scandinavian food "regularly" at, say, the cafe in the museum?
Aside from that, I know that other sources of Scandinavian food in the Twin Cities are:
The deli at Ingebretsens in Minneapolis: http://www.ingebretsens.com/
Cafe Finspang at Midtown Global Market in Minneapolis (which is run by the Ingebretsens people) : http://midtownglobalmarket.com/?q=sho...
Jeribek's New Bohemian Bakery in St. Paul for Kolaches
Maybe Finnish Bistro in St. Anthony Park in St. Paul (Chowhound reports as of late have been rather mixed)
I've had rosettes and krumkaker at Taste of Minnesota and egg coffee at the Salem Lutheran church at the State Fair, but those are just once a year kinds of events. Around Christmas time I saw lots of lutefisk dinners offered by various churches.
Are there more sources out there in the Twin Cities for Scandinavian food I'm missing?