American Restaurants in Bloomington, MN
If you’re looking for classic American dishes, you’ll find about 100 America restaurants in Minneapolis/St. Paul and Bloomington.
Sandwiches, barbecue, burgers, steak, seafood – whatever you’re craving, it’s here in Bloomington! You also can find delicious bakeries, coffee shops, cafes and more.
Whet your appetite at one of these tasty American restaurants in Bloomington, MN!
Erté323 13th Ave NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 US +1-612-623-4211
NORTHEAST MINNEAPOLIS. Hints of Art Deco style can be found in Erté's playful decor, which features seat covers fashioned from black button-down shirts, leopard-print patterns, and prints of the namesake artist's elegant, linear works. The wallet-pleasing steakhouse not only serves affordable cuts of meat, but it also offers superb fresh seafood. Prime sirloin and a petite filet are highlights of the beef selection, while halibut, trout, and scallops are representative of the seafood options. Even with stiff steakhouse competition nearby, Erté's lighthearted atmosphere and varied menu set it apart.
Famous Dave's at Mall of America320 South Avenue Bloomington, MN 55425 +1-952-854-0225
Perfecting America's favorite style of barbeque for the last 25 years, Famous Dave's creates mouthwatering Smokin' Good sandwiches, burgers, and of course hickory - smoked ribs and Georgia chopped pork slathered with the award winning Rich & Sassy BBQ sauce. Take your family to this casual, down-home atmosphere - they'll thank you!
FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar2100 Killebrew Drive Bloomington, MN 55425 +1-952-851-4040
Serving up Minnesota-centric fare, FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar goes above and beyond a typical hotel restaurant, offering modern yet comfortable décor, a chic bar area, a craft cocktail list, and deluxe desserts.
Forepaugh's Restaurant276 S Exchange St St. Paul, MN 55102 US +1-651-224-5606
DOWNTOWN / IRVINE PARK. For nearly 150 years, Joseph Lybrandt Forepaugh's impressive mansion has maintained a watchful eye over the historic Irvine Park area. The restored Victorian home boasts antiques, elegant chandeliers, and period furnishings. Locals have long considered Forepaugh's menu among the best in town, and representative entrees include lamb loin with thyme-infused sauce, spiced mango chicken, and halibut with coconut curry. Desserts are fabulous too; look for a dark chocolate parfait or a revelatory banana cream pie.
French Meadow Bakery & Café2610 Lyndale Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55408 US +1-612-870-7855
UPTOWN. At French Meadow, one of the most popular Minneapolis bakeries, patrons savor exceptional scratch-made pastries, yeast-free organic breads and satisfying meals made from fresh, local and organic ingredients. In addition to their signature crab cakes and organic eggs Benedict with Black Forest ham, the bakery's bountiful menu includes an alluring array of vegan and gluten-free delights, including a grilled tempeh Reuben, Peruvian quinoa salad and black bean chili. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Gianni's Steakhouse635 E Lake St Wayzata, MN 55391 US +1-952-404-1100
WAYZATA. Gianni's atmosphere is sophisticated for a traditional steakhouse, but you should feel no need to dress up. Getting lots of attention is the Delmonico rib-eye, which is actually big enough for two. Diners who don't have a taste for steak can indulge in Gianni's pork, chicken, and seafood dishes. Side orders, too, are well-portioned, and Gianni's cheese-stuffed hash browns are a \\"must-try.\\" On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday a magician performs.
Good Earth3460 Galleria Edina, MN 55435 US +1-952-925-1001
EDINA. Wholesome morsels and casual digs are always on the docket at this Edina eatery, where the emphasis is on fresh organic ingredients and healthy preps. This is an espcially good choice for breakfast, as the kitchen cooks up ditties like Ten Grain Hotcakes, cinnamon-challah French toast, and an omelet stuffed with wok-seared Asian veggies then flavored with seasoned tamari and sesame oil.
Grand Café3804 Grand Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55407 US +1-612-822-8260
SOUTH MINNEAPOLIS. This understated yet classy spot in South Minneapolis gets high marks for its intimate tables and wallet-friendly prices. But that doesn't mean the one-time bakery doesn't turn out creative fare they do, in fact, and manage to utilize a fair amount of local ingredients along the way. Representative dishes from the dinner menu include a duck confit and garlic-lamb meatball cassoulet, polenta cakes, and braised short ribs with homemade spatezle. Weekend brunch features delights like corned beef hash made with Kobe brisket and huevos rancheros filled with Berkshire pork confit.
Green Mill57 S Hamline Ave St. Paul, MN 55105 US +1-651-698-0353
MACALESTER. Located in a quaint residential part of town, this edition of the popular Midwestern chain is attached to the brewery around the corner. And for good reason, too Green Mill Brewing Company provides great-tasting brews. The restaurant itself has garnered praise for awesome hand-tossed and deep-dish wood-fired pizzas. Plus, a decent "pub-grub" menu includes pastas, chicken wings, sandwiches, and a few salads. Since pizzas are made from scratch, plan for lunch to last more than an hour.
Hell's Kitchen80 S 9th St Minneapolis, MN 55402 US +1-612-332-4700
DOWNTOWN. Blood-red walls and stuffed vultures might not be the most inviting ambience for a morning meal, but the eats are so tasty at this road-food joint that you might not even notice. Try the house specialty, Mahnomin porridge a warm blend of Minnesota wild rice, hazelnuts, cranberries, blueberries, cream and maple syrup that originated in American Indian cookery. Other equally appealing choices include ¼-lb. caramel rolls, huevos rancheros made with fresh salsa and rosti potatoes, and maple-glazed bison sausage. Be prepared: prices are commensurate with the quality of ingredients and the large portions. Not to be missed!