Of the remaining heritage restaurants in the Twin Cities, Jax often seems the most frozen in time. But that would misrepresent. Jax bills itself as a steak house, but there’s a very large menu, and most of the food is good, some of it excellent: the hash browns are some of the best in town, buttery, with a nice ratio of crisp to soft. Jax's food, more often than not, is classic but up to date. And because it’s out of the way for most of us, a meal at Jax just feels special. And it is.
Best of Twin Cities
Type: Seafood, Steak
Features: Entertainment, Kid-friendly, Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Notable, Outdoor Dining, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
Meals: Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Neighborhood(s): Minneapolis, Northeast