HauteDish

Food at HauteDish / photo by Katherine Harris
Photo by Katherine Harris
Chef Landon Schoenefeld delivers tricked-out renditions of homey food. The menu, divided into First, Middle, and Last, offers all sorts of foodist fun, from General Tso's sweetbreads to a cube of fried chicken, while still managing a South Dakota steak house salad and a burger, most for less than $20. The bar is happily jammed with a sweet list of bourbon, whiskies, and rye.

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Editor's Pick / Best of Twin Cities

Details

Type: American

Price: $$$

Features: Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible

Meals: Brunch, Dinner

Neighborhood(s): Minneapolis, North Loop

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Dinner — $30

Supplemental courses cannot be substituted. Supplemental courses are offered in addition to the regular menu in an effort to offer the guest a richer dining experience. Any or all of the supplemental courses may be added per guest request.

Appetizer (Choose one):

  • House Salad
    south dakota steak house style
     
  • Steak and Eggs
    steak tartare, egg in a hole, bloody mary oyster shooter
    extra oyster shooter $3
     
  • Char Cuts
    house-made charcuterie: traditional granishes 
     
Supplemental: Picnic Salad $13

Second Course (Choose one):

  • Pork and Beans
    not from a can
     
  • Cool Ranch Gnocchi 
    lettuce broth, cherry tomato, parmesan, dill 
     
  • Mac and Cheese
    taleggio, king crab, celery, truffle oil
     
Supplemental: Sweetbreads $15

Entree(Choose one):

  • Flavor Country Burger
    with everything, no temps or substitutions ever!
     
  • Tater Tot HauteDish
    porcini, short rib, green beans, "tots"
     
  • Chicken and Biscuit 
    radish: tobiko: furikake: miso 
Supplemental: Lamb Chop, gyro garnishes

Dessert (choose one):

  • Dessert a la carte
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From HauteDish

HauteDish is a unique culinary concept that both embraces and reinvents classic Midwestern cuisine.  Housed in a charming turn of the century building in the Minneapolis Warehouse District, this moderatly priced full service restaurant presents a casual dining atmosphere in an upscale setting.

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