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Angry Catfish

Map & Directions 4208 28th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55406
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612-722-1538

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Ever had one of those days so madly fueled by espresso that it's all you can do not to race through the city streets like the Greek god Mercury? Well, the Angry Catfish can help you get across town in record speed. Not only does it boast some of the best-brewed coffee in the metro, but it’s also a bike shop. Be sure to take advantage of the nearby Baker's Wife for a doughnut to dunk in your artisan brew. Angry Catfish’s uses espresso beans from Intelli Black Cat and employs several specialty coffee-brewing methods including craft, single cups using chimex, pour overs, and siphons which all help produce incredible, pure coffee flavors. This is not the place for flavored lattes but if you must have something frou-frou, try the smoked sea-salt mocha: The hint of smoke enhances the dark, espresso flavor.

 
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  • MPLSco on 06/19/11

    Angry Catfish proves that coffee & bikes are an awesome combo. Since it's so close to Minnehaha Falls, Lake Hiawatha, & the Midtown Greenway you have all the more reason to visit!

  • City Pages on 02/24/11

    Voted Best New Hipster Hangout in 2010 by City Pages. Angry Catfish opened in late 2009 but it already has a couple of things going for it: a nice bike-repair station and amazing coffee.

  • Nick A. on 06/26/11

    If you have time, go with the siphon brew method and take the barista's recommendation on one of their rotating selection of beans. You can't beat it!

  • Jordan H. on 09/05/11

    They also sell a few goodies from A Baker's Wife Pastry Shop here too.

  • Spencer H. on 12/12/10

    Here's a tip, check out tue super awesome mural on the southside of the building! Personally, I think it might be the best in town...

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