Restaurants near Brave New Workshop
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- 40.23 mi0.23 mi from Brave New Workshop
My brother and I stopped here before the Twins game against the White Sox. While the surrounding patio restaurants were overflowing, there were indoor tables available at Gluek's. That made us wonder why at first, but things filled up nicely the closer we got to game time. There's also a generational thing going on, as "older" folks such as ourselves ...
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- 90.03 mi0.03 mi from Brave New Workshop
One of our favorite places to eat downtown. The food was fresh and tasty. They were one of the first that we saw to have an open kitchen. The staff was friendly and efficient. An excellent experience for anyone looking for Mediterranean style cooking.
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- 120.21 mi0.21 mi from Brave New Workshop
What do you get when you mix TGI Fridays with a Sports Bar, with Subway's wall paper, but with a little better food? The News Room! Newspaper themed fun place, with old historic clippings from different sections of the paper in different parts of the restuarant. Eclectic American menu, with salads, chops, pastas but featuring "flat bread" appetizers. (Think Wolfgang ...
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- 150.46 mi0.46 mi from Brave New Workshop
I went here for a birthday dinner and had a wonderful meal. I really liked the steak tartare and the pate meatballs with fresh pasta. The desserts were also excellent. The prices are very reasonable give the high quality of the food.Popular withHistory
- 160.32 mi0.32 mi from Brave New Workshop3 reviews
Roasted on site!
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- 180.55 mi0.55 mi from Brave New Workshop2 reviews
Cava + ginger liqueur = lovely lunchtime cocktail. They do amazing things with sparkling wines here. And with Loring Park just across the street, a stop here can be part of a lovely way to spend a Minneapolis afternoon.Popular withFoodiesBusiness
- 190.56 mi0.56 mi from Brave New Workshop
I stopped here for lunch on the way back from visiting the Walker Art Center. I enjoyed the restaurant space, which I found casual, friendly, and inviting. It's great to sit outdoors with Loring Park across the street. I had the pork cheese steak (which came with kettle chips and sauce) and a pint of the Surly Bender Brown. It ...
- 200.86 mi0.86 mi from Brave New Workshop1 review
My favorite restaurant in Minneapolis. Its a great place to get a lot of friends together to go to and share a bunch of appetizers and pastas. My favorite crositini is the lobster and egg. I can't get enough of it. The anchovy and avocado is also good. Also the soft shell crab one is solid. For pasta, the red ...