Restaurant recommendations from MnMo food critics Jason DeRusha and Joy Summers.
The second that sun is out, it’s our Minnesotan duty to get out there and soak it up. There’s no better way to take advantage of the day than a game at Target field—but what’s a great game without a great meal?
Fulton Brewery: The taproom that kicked off the revolution now has a patio (for the warm days) and a super-cool room for the other 330 days of the year. Check ahead for the food truck lineup.
Smack Shack: It might not be the cheapest sandwich available on game day, but nothing promises the taste of summer and delivers a decadent rush of oceanic flavor like the signature lobster roll.
Fulton Brewery. Photo Courtesy of Fulton.
Target Field has an impressive local food line-up, but sometimes you don’t want to eat dinner in a plastic fold-down stadium seat.
The Depot Tavern: Better than Target Field’s, the Depot’s Diamond Dog is a quarter pounder wrapped in pepper bacon, deep-fried, and served on a pretzel bun. Batter up.
Murray’s: The legendary steakhouse has an equally legendary hamburger. Their recently renovated bar is a great pre-game stop.