Mill City Cafe

★★★★★
  • 1315 29th Ave NE 1

    Minneapolis, MN 55418

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  • 612-788-6188

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i started eating at this cafe a few years back just for brunch. i have recently started visiting the cafe for lunch and i am very impressed. the northeast cuban sandwich, in my opinion, is one of the best eats in town and their house

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★★★★★

i started eating at this cafe a few years back just for brunch. i have recently started visiting the cafe for lunch and i am very impressed. the northeast cuban sandwich, in my opinion, is one of the best eats in town and their house

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Fare: There's nothing like a relaxing breakfast on the weekend here- with a mimosa and a plate of fluffy pancakes! This is for sure one of the places I will miss most about moving to Califorina. The decor is so pretty, with vines and flowers growing throughout the patio.

Prices: A little higher than they should be, but well worth it in my opinion.

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★★★★☆

Fare: There's nothing like a relaxing breakfast on the weekend here- with a mimosa and a plate of fluffy pancakes! This is for sure one of the places I will miss most about moving to Califorina. The decor is so pretty, with vines and flowers growing throughout the patio.

Prices: A little higher than they should be, but well worth it in my opinion.

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You can't beat Mill City Cafe's menu; decently priced high quality variety. The mimosas are always perfect and the acoustic music on the weekends is always splendid. Great setting for flying solo, meeting a small group or just dining with

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You can't beat Mill City Cafe's menu; decently priced high quality variety. The mimosas are always perfect and the acoustic music on the weekends is always splendid. Great setting for flying solo, meeting a small group or just dining with

Pros: Lots of free parking, healthy and affordable menu, live acoustic artsists on weekends

Cons: Smaller place; try not to arrive at brunch rush

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We visited on Sunday for brunch. Since it was still nice out we sat on the patio as did everyone it seemed. They were busy for the time we stopped, but the service was still good. The place is cute and homey. The food was great. I had

3
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We visited on Sunday for brunch. Since it was still nice out we sat on the patio as did everyone it seemed. They were busy for the time we stopped, but the service was still good. The place is cute and homey. The food was great. I had

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We found this restaurant by accident - driving by to go to the Sample Room. Looked interesting and decided to stop in. Small space, interesting computer-parts art. Small menu, but the food we had (artichoke dip appetizer, crab cakes,

3
★★★★★

We found this restaurant by accident - driving by to go to the Sample Room. Looked interesting and decided to stop in. Small space, interesting computer-parts art. Small menu, but the food we had (artichoke dip appetizer, crab cakes,

Pros: Ambience, prompt service, tasty food

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It looked like a cute little spot. Neat location and very exceptional art displays. The experience goes south when I decide to follow the ill given advice of a great brunch. We sat down and were greeted by a less than friendly waitress

3
★★★★★

It looked like a cute little spot. Neat location and very exceptional art displays. The experience goes south when I decide to follow the ill given advice of a great brunch. We sat down and were greeted by a less than friendly waitress

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On a warm night - the patio is great, on a cool day inside is cozy. The food here has been great every time I have been here. I don't leave feeling greased-out (or should I say grossed out) and crappy like I do at a lot of Mpls.

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★★★★★

On a warm night - the patio is great, on a cool day inside is cozy. The food here has been great every time I have been here. I don't leave feeling greased-out (or should I say grossed out) and crappy like I do at a lot of Mpls.

Pros: Good healthy food, easy parking, great atmosphere

Cons: none so far

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Northeast art district cafe offers pizzas, salads and entrees to complement a full bar and detailed wine and beer list.

 

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