Italian, French, Spanish, Greek—Mediterranean cuisine in Minneapolis / St. Paul might include a splash of them all. Voice Places can help you navigate the culinary waters, with professional and user reviews and the most comprehensive restaurant listings in town!
Fine dining is often attempted, but rarely done. Why? Few and far between are the chefs with the cooking skills to design an unforgettable menu, and fewer and... More »
Notched your belt with all your eastern-Mediterranean cuisines, have you? Your Lebanese, Egyptian, and Syrian? But ask yourself, have you eaten... More »
The Signature Cafe among the most hidden eateries in the Twin Cities, tucked into a deeply residential pocket--but that gives the cozy space an... More »
The St. Paul Christos (closed for renovations until December 2011) has one of the most fabulous of all restaurant spaces. Seated high on a platform... More »
Shish is a bargain of a quick-serving Mediterranean deli and counter-service restaurant perched in the heart of Macalester's part of Grand Avenue, but the real... More »
A Middle Eastern deli and supermarket that makes fast food for people who know their falafel from their fava beans, Holy Land specializes in... More »
Wander into this extremely plain-looking Como Park deli and you will find yourself in a wonderland of lovingly crafted Palestinian treats, all made... More »
When the triangle of spinach pie is unceremoniously plopped in front of you, you'll be forgiven for not expecting much. After all, the room is... More »
This south Minneapolis standby just keeps getting better year after year. Remember when the Greek salad was all iceberg lettuce and the dining room was a... More »
Anna and Lazaros Christoforides's sunny restaurant with the bubbling fountain and the moist, lemon-scented air is a... More »
As a rule, this column usually focuses on new restaurants — what's recently opened, what's fresh and hyped, what's hot right now. But what we've learned from leather jackets, fine scotches, and leftover chili is that newest doesn't always mean...
Though I much prefer grocery shopping to clothes shopping, when I do have to look for new jeans or a party dress, I tend to gravitate toward the clearance rack. It's inescapable: I come from a long line of thrifters, garage salers, and vintage enthusiasts, the kind of people who wait until Tuesdays to make a trip to Goodwill so they can score their tchotchkes at a 20 percent discount. Did...
For anyone who is still yammering on about the underwhelming poutine at Rye, or who can't keep from lamenting the loss of Duplex's classic take on the same dish, perhaps the problem lies not with the restaurant's preparation or your hazy memory but rather with, dare I say, poutine itself? Long the go-to example of over-the-top, gut-busting bar food, poutine is a symphonic ode to LDL, and...
This is one of my new favorites. The decor is great, there's plenty of space, the service is fast. The dowjic soup and chicken sawa are fantastic and basically the entire menu sounds delicious. Can't wait to make a return trip.Read Full Review
Best Winter happy hour in my opinion! Go in Winter b/c no patio &tThe Lasalle parking ramp underneath is validated, and is heated!Read Full Review
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