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WINNER: BEst Local Southern Bites

WON FOR: LEMON MERINGUE & POKE CAKE

A critical survey of Twin Cities restaurants inspired by cuisine from below the Mason-Dixon line.

by Drew Wood, Chris Clayton, Stephanie March, Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl

The upscale Low Country restaurant brings the flavors of South Carolina to the Midwest. Plan a visit at brunch for authentic biscuits served with honey lavender butter and jam, or topped with fried egg, cheddar, pork and chorizo gravy.

by Larry Bleiberg

MPLS ST PAUL MAGAZINE

Drawl Crawl

 

IN WHICH TWO SOUTHERNERS AND THREE YANKEES TAKE A RESTAURANT TOUR.

4 Bells, it's a modern Southern restaurant, but its plates dance between the North and South. 

by Stephanie March 

4 Bells gorgeous space evokes the casual elegance often associated with fine Southern cooking, and their fried chicken embodies that sentiment with utter perfection.

by Joy Summers & Alex Lodner


After a jaunt through Loring Park, take a break for broasted chicken or tower of fresh shellfish. This Southern-tinged menu is perfect for lingering over and the outdoor space offers three locations, the upstairs, outdoor rooftop, front patio and the super cool alley seating.

by Joy Summers

 

Alright, so we're kicking off this guide with a restaurant that's got a really cool rooftop. Best bet is to check out the Coop, 4Bell's back-alley speakeasy to house a $3 shot of Old Grand-Dad bourbon, then mosey on up to the dog-friendly rooftop patio to follow up with a $7 Negroni slushie and take in views of Loring Park. 

by Lindsay Abraham

MSP ST PAUL MAGAZINE 

The Other Dinner

It can be easy to forget about the rehearsal dinner. Wow your closest friends and family with this Twin Cities standout.

Whether your guests hole up in the Loring Park–facing Quarters room or Coop, the back-alley speakeasy, you can count on family-style and buffet menus of fresh fish and fried chicken

by Taylor Selcke

Product poet

Great Eats of 4 Bells

For Whom The 4 Bells Tolls? Foodies.

4 Bells is from the same team that started Butcher and The Boar, so if you love their food, you’ll love 4 Bells. With three kitchens, private dining areas, rooftop dining overlooking downtown Minneapolis, 4 Bells is a perfect dinner for one or a party of one hundred.

by Product Poet 

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