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Best Restaurants 2014

The inside story of the 50 Best Restaurants in the Twin Cities right now.

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Union

731 Hennepin Ave., Mpls., 612-455-6690

The retractable glass roof restaurant has a playful modern American menu in place for both the rooftop and the main-level dining area. Continue Reading

$$$ | American |

Pancakes at Victor's 1959 Café

Victor's 1959 Café

3756 Grand Ave. S., Mpls., 612-827-8948

The memorabilia-filled Cuban café serves one of the most memorable breakfasts around: mango or banana pancakes, yuca and eggs, a sweet plantain omelet. For dinner check out the Picadillo a la Cubana or the ropa vieja. Continue Reading

$$ | Caribbean |

Victory 44

Victory 44

2203 44th Ave. N., Mpls., 612-588-2228

A hot foodie destination, Victory 44 brings eaters to north Minneapolis. The chefs cook and serve food that uses local and fresh ingredients crafted with high-end technique, the overall effect is familiar and delicious. It feels like a neighborhood joint, just with better food. Continue Reading

$$ | American |

Cassoulet at Vincent A Restaurant

Vincent A Restaurant

1100 Nicollet Mall, Mpls., 612-630-1189

Four-star fare at three-star prices in a warm, minimalist room. Vincent Francoual's cuisine has a southern French accent but is contemporary, seasonal, and inspirational. The bar offers traditional French bistro dishes and a worthy stuffed burger. Continue Reading

$$$$ | French |

W.A. Frost & Company

374 Selby Ave., St. Paul, 651-224-5715

A landmark location and creative cuisine make W.A. Frost one of the best in St. Paul. Whether it's burgers on the stunning patio in summer or the six-course tasting menu next to one of the roaring fireplaces in winter, Frost is a singular experience. Continue Reading

$$$ | American |

World Street Kitchen

World Street Kitchen

2743 Lyndale Ave. S., Mpls., 612-424-8855

The food truck that became a quick-serve is by far one of the most exciting new places to eat. Globally creative food like the Bangkok burrito, the Moroccan fried chicken, and the Yum Yum bowl are all worth seeking. Continue Reading

$$ | Global |