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Downtown/Lowertown:
All destinations within a 5-15 minute walk from the hotel
 
Fast food ($)
Chipotle: 29 5th Street West
Erbert & Gerbert’s Subs: 334 Wabasha Street
Subway: 8 4th Street East
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: 444 Cedar Street
Brueggers: 1 7th Place West
 
Coffee Shops ($)
Plaza Java: In the Crowne Plaza, Lobby Level
Starbucks: 411 Cedar Street
    In Macy’s
Starbucks: 380 St. Peter Street
    In Lawson Commons
Dunn Bros: 367 Wabasha Street North
Caribou Coffee: 56 East 6th Street
    In the Norwest Tower
 
Breakfast/Lunch
M St. Café: 350 Market Street; American ($$)
    In the St. Paul Hotel
Anita’s Café: 75 5th Street West; American ($)
    In the Landmark Center
Q Restaurant and Café: 350 St. Peter Street; American ($)
    Open Monday-Saturday
The Four Inns: 101 East 5th Street, Suite 220; American ($)
    Located on the skyway level of the US Bank Building
Mickey’s Diner: 36 7th Street West; American ($)
    Open 24 hours a day; placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983
Golden’s Deli: 275 East 4th Street; American ($)
 
Lunch/Dinner
Restaurant 11: In the Crowne Plaza, Lobby Level; Pizza and martini bar ($-$$)
    Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Aroma Pizza: 350 St. Peter Street; Pizza ($)
    Open for lunch only M-F
Sakura: 350 Saint Peter Street; Japanese steakhouse/sushi bar ($$)
Pazzaluna: 360 St. Peter Street; Italian ($$-$$$)
Kincaids: 380 St. Peter Street; Steak/American ($$-$$$)
Meritage: 410 St. Peter Street; American/French ($$-$$$)
Great Waters Brewery: 426 Saint Peter Street; Bar and Grill ($-$$)
Babani’s: 544 St. Peter Street; Kurdish/Middle Eastern ($)
    Lunch and dinner hours M-F, dinner only Saturday, closed Sunday
American Burger Bar: 354 Wabasha Street North; Burgers ($)
Fuji Ya: 465 Wabasha Street North; Sushi ($$)
Senor Wong: 111 Kellogg Boulevard East; Latin/Asian fusion ($-$$)
St. Paul Grill: 350 Market Street; Steak/Seafood ($$$)
Trattoria da Vinci: 400 Sibley Street; Italian ($$)
Bin Wine Bar: 400 Sibley Street, Suite 150; Wine and Spirits ($-$$$)
    Open Tuesday-Saturday at 4pm
Barrio: 235 East 6th Street; Tequila bar/tapas ($-$$)
Bulldog: 237 East 6th Street; Bar and Grill ($)
Heartland: 289 East 5th Street; American (Midwest) ($$-$$$)
    Open 5-10pm Tuesday through Sunday only
Christos: 214 E 4th Street; Greek ($-$$)
    Located in the Union Depot
Tanpopo Noodle Shop: 308 Prince Street; Japanese ($-$$)
    Open M-F, 5-9pm (10 on Friday)
Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar: 308 Prince Street; American ($)
    Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner

 
 
West Seventh:
All destinations within a 10-20 minute walk from the hotel
 
Eagle Street Grille: 174 West 7th Street; Bar and Grill ($)
Liffey Irish Pub: 175 West 7th Street; Irish Pub ($)
7th Street Pizzeria: 184 West 7th Street, Pizza ($)
    Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Cosetta’s: 211 West 7th Street; Italian ($)
McGoverns Patrick Pub: 225 West 7th Street; Bar and grill ($)
Burger Moe’s: 242 West 7th Street; Burgers ($)
The Downtowner Woodfire Grill : 253 West 7th Street;
    American/touch of Persian($$)
Mancini’s Char House: 531 West 7th Street; Steak ($$-$$$)

 
 
Summit Hill/Grand Avenue:
All destinations within a 5-20 minute drive from the hotel
 
Moscow on the Hill (Selby): Russian ($$-$$$)
La Grolla (Selby): Italian ($$-$$$)
W.A. Frost (Selby): American ($$$)
Cheeky Monkey (Selby): Sandwiches ($-$$)
Fabulous Ferns (Selby): American ($-$$)
Barbary Fig (Grand): North African ($$)
Café Latte (Grand): Cafeteria style salads, soup, sandwiches, desserts ($)
La Salut (Grand): French ($$)
Dixes (Grand): Southern ($$)
Punch (Grand): Pizza ($)
 

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