Minneapolis, MN 55418
- All Major Credit Cards
- Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
- Not Necessary
City Pages' Description
Brothers Andrew and Adam Sieve are the third-generation of a restaurant-owning family who named their first venture after their grandmother Helen, nicknamed Hazel. They've brought neighborhood-friendly dining back to the Johnson Street space vacated by the dearly departed Pop, a contemporary take on the small-town café. Their menu of comfort foods with modern twists reflects its intergenerational patrons, a mix of old-timers and young families. They call its formula "one part grandma, one part grandson." For grandma there's a turkey commercial and a remake of Pop's beloved Swedish meatballs. For grandson, there are deep-fried, cream cheese-stuffed olives, pork loin with green apple/ginger sauce, and banana French toast smothered in caramel.
Tips from foursquare
Closest thing to authentic Swedish meatballs this side of the Atlantic. But the real jewel is the salmon (when they have it)!
Biscuit and gravy breakfast will make you want to go back to bed! Nom Nom Nom
Voted Best Neighborhood Cafe (MPLS) by City Pages in 2012! Hazel's retains the feeling of a small-town diner with enough contemporary touches to make it a perfect fit for a cozy urban neighborhood.
Come for breakfast; try the biscuits and gravy.
Protein-up for the day with dishes like the Brisket Hash and Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs...
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See Also:Best Neighborhood Cafe (Minneapolis) - 2012 Top 10 Breakfasts in the Twin Cities Earlier this year we voted Hazel's Northeast... More on Hazel's Northeast »
Breakfast is such a vulnerable meal. Torn from the comforts of bed, pushed out into the cold world with a gurgling stomach and drooping... More on Hazel's Northeast »
Walking into a restaurant on a damp, bone-chilling evening, the last thing the reservation-less want to see is a jam-packed dining room... More on Hazel's Northeast »
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