Wine and dine destinations for Twin Cities business travelers
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 9:44:05 AM
If you're visiting the Twin Cities on business, it can be difficult to know where to look for unique and delicious dining experiences. Not only are you in an unfamiliar area, you also have two unique cities to explore. Grab your Minneapolis rental car - it's time to explore the most character-filled dining options the Twin Cities have to offer.
If your hotel's breakfast options are only sub-par, head to Al's Breakfast, located near the University of Minnesota campus, which has long been a favorite for locals. A long and narrow diner with eclectic decor compliments the purposefully snappy staff and the greasy spoon atmosphere.
Need a spot to take a prospective client to lunch? Located in the Uptown area, moto-i is the first sake brewery restaurant outside of Japan. With delicious appetizers, curries and wraps, this upscale eatery is sure to impress any client and please all taste buds.
If you have business meetings or conferences in the other Twin City, you might as well indulge in one of St. Paul's trendy eateries after a long day in the office. Take your business travel car rental over to Fasika Ethiopian Restaurant, where authentic Ethiopian cuisine is offered in a hip atmosphere. Delicious samplers, lamb and other Ethiopian staples will impress any traveling foodie.