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Arezzo Ristorante

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There’s a small bar; gold and earthy tones; a 24-foot reproduction of an Old-World fresco–even an authentic Italian chef in the kitchen. With homemade pastas and ingredients such as mozzarella di bufala and imported San Marzano tomatoes, the menu emphasizes authentic Italian cuisine (bruschetta, pizza, gnocchi with pesto).

Hell’s Kitchen

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With a devilish theme, expect breakfast standards with a delightful twist. Toasted sausage bread is a sweet-salty mix of bison sausage, currants, pecans and black coffee. Caramel-pecan rolls are made fresh. During lunchtime, try the ham, pear, Swiss and fontina melt and a slow-roasted pulled pork sandwich, zippy with chili-herb seasonings.

Tilia

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Ideal Meal – anything soup, anything duck, a Belgian-style ale, a spicy dessert with caramel. Try the mahogany-brown, toffee-date cake topped with salted molasses caramel. Local foodies have been waiting all year for the debut of Stephen Brown’s new restaurant, Tilia. And now that it’s open, they’re all there—good luck getting a table!!

Eli’s Food & Cocktails – Downtown

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While scores of trendy, high-concept bars and eateries compete for nightlife dollars in downtown Minneapolis, Eli’s has remained a simple staple. Beyond the formidable list of beer, wines and spirits, you’ll find a full food menu all day long: burgers, salads, chicken wings, pasta dishes and Vienna beef hot dogs.