Thanks to Twin City hounds'recommendations, our one free meal in the area, at Mall of America, was Twin CityGrill. What a wonderful place. Very dark, mahagonnay booths at the front, with a long curvy, high bar and many schmancy drinks menu posted--vintage clock on the facade of the establishment, interior decorated with historical photos of the Mnpls./St. Paul area -manufacturing, outdoors, fishing, etc. Attractive and cozy without being cloying or sentimental. Sit down and get immediately a lovely small loaf of onion bread. Good silverware and large cloth napkins with good stoneware feel good in the hand and look good. I had the walleye sandwich--a sandwich dish sized fresh homemade roll with a half pound (?) fillet of crisply, deicately battered walleye-one of the least appreciated fish in the U.S. --sweet, succulent, thick and piping hot--fresh, moist flavor. Good, but not great coleslaw and wonderful, thinly cut "salt & vinegar" fries- tangy, and slightly salty, piping hot. Obviously from chef to table in seconds. Son had similar wonderful parmesan chicken-broiled with wonderful parm sauce, thick cut bacon, wonderful condiments (good tomato, onion) and the great fries and just good coleslaw. Service young, but enthusiastically warm (not overly familiar)made you feel at home and ready to stay as long as yo'd like. Great time, great food. Thanks all.