Super Bowl LII is quickly approaching and many Minnesotans are racking their brains for a way to entertain out of town friends and family as they come into town for the game. Well, worry no more! All week I will be posting ideas to keep everyone entertained during Super Bowl week here in Minnesota.
What better way to kick things off than talking about brunch. Last summer I did my best to visit as many of the Twin Cities hottest brunch spots. The following are my suggestions for best bloodies, bites and bottomless mimosas; everything a sports fan needs to get things going!
Minnesota proves that it can roll with the culinary big dogs with this neighborhood gem. Hi-Lo provides unique and delicious dishes in a modern twist of a 1950’s diner. Their Hi-Tops are a foodies dream come true. Basically a a giant fried donut topped with everything from mac n’ cheese with ribs to baked apples and salted caramel, whats not to love?! After your meal make sure to take a stroll out back for a perfect photo op in front of their insta-ready decorated shed. For more information visit: www.hi-lo-diner.com
When looking for a great spot to grab a bite you can always count on “Eat Street” with a diverse collection of restaurants, from tiny mom and pop joints – to high-end restaurants Minnesotans flock to the area for some of the best dishes you can find in the cities. Icehouse is one of the crown jewels of the neighborhood. Crowds gather daily to enjoy live music while checking out the amazing chef’s bar and chef’s table where custom menus are designed for the lucky few that reserve one of these coveted spots, just don’t forget to buy the staff a 6-pack at the bar. Both their breakfast and dinner options are stellar with an equally astounding cocktail menu. If you are swinging through for breakfast try one of their unique bloodies, or my favorite the Escape Velocity! For more information check out: www.icehousempls.com
Looking for a little fun in the sun while braving the subzero Minnesota winter? Union Rooftop is the perfect spot for you. No jacket needed, just grab a spot and enjoy some bottomless mimosas while dancing along with live DJ’s and classic brunch food. Make sure to make a reservation this hotspot fills up quickly. For more information check out: unionmpls.com
You’ve never seen a bloody bar like the one at Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis. With endless combination options at both their build your own bloody and mimosa bars, you are sure to be ready for Super Bowl Sunday Funday. While you wait for your table make sure to take advantage of the many photo opportunities in the area. For more information check out: www.hellskitcheninc.com
Enjoy beautiful plates in a shabby chic setting when you dine at Copper Hen. With hearty farmhouse style plates and some of the tastiest little mason jar cupcakes, you will ever encounter the copper hen is perfect for a relaxed start to your day. While you’re there don’t forget to pick up one of their Copper Hen Cookbooks so you can recreate your favorite dishes at home! For more information check out: www.copperhenkitchen.com
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