A line of about three dozen people wait to order food at The Tin Fish.
Brendan Sullivan, Star Tribune
Check, please: 3 spots in Minneapolis parks
- Article by: RICK NELSON
- May 26, 2012 - 2:50 PM
Restaurant guru Kim Bartmann is the creative force behind Lake Harriet's locavore-minded Bread & Pickle, where the Arnie Palmers and hibiscus-flavored punch are deeply refreshing, the well-stuffed sandwiches more than satisfy (love that egg salad), the ice cream is first-rate and service is definitely with a smile.
- 4135 W. Lake Harriet Pkwy., Mpls
- www. breadandpickle.com
Chances are you're going to encounter a line at Minnehaha Park's Sea Salt Eatery and, yes, it's worth the wait. Highlights include generously stuffed po' boys and tacos, cool shrimp-scallops gazpacho, beautiful raw oysters, a gigantic soft-shell crab sandwich, hearty stews and a terrific list of moderately priced beers and wines.
- 4801 Minnehaha Av. S., Mpls
At Lake Calhoun's Tin Fish it's all about choices: Thirteen varieties of tacos, a half-dozen fish sandwiches, more than 10 different fried-fish platters (served with fries and slaw), plus burgers and salads and at-the-beach snacks like popcorn and ice cream. Boat rentals, too.
- 3000 E. Calhoun Pkwy., Mpls
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