Minneapolis is not only home to a host of restaurants of various cultures but some of the most lavish locations. Of course, that fine wine and dining come at a hefty price and there’s no shortage of restaurants within Minneapolis that charge quite the pretty penny for a meal. Whether you’re rich or just recently came into some money and want to treat your friends to the richest of meals, here are a few spots around Minneapolis that are the most expensive of places to get a bite to eat. You may also take this as a bit of a warning, less you find yourself spending an entire paycheck on one night out.
Spoon and Stable
211 N 1st St, Minneapolis, MN 55401
It may be cliche but French food just seems to scream of the rich and fabulous. Spoon and Stable aims to keep that tradition alive with French-inspired dishes, albeit with a hipper style for its cozy and rustic look. Their menu includes Mafalde ($22), Striped Bass ($28), Pheasant Breast ($30), Dorothy’s Pot Roast with foie gras ($45). Open seven days a week.
The Capital Grille
801 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Upscale yet clubby, The Capital Grille has a great atmosphere and a classy allure to make your dinner extra special. Their specials include Sliced Filet Mignon with Cipollini Onions, Wild Mushrooms and Fig Essence ($52), Porcini Rubbed Bone-In Ribeye with 15-Year Aged Balsamic ($60), and Seared Tenderloin with Butter Poached Lobster Tails ($57). Open seven days a week.
26 South 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Having been around since 1946, Murray’s steakhouse has been a prime location for quality ribs and cocktails more refined. It’s an especially choice location for a fancy date night considering their specialties of Silver Butter Knife Steak for Two ($110) and Chateaubriand for Two ($120), both options carved tableside. Open Tuesday through Sunday.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room
50 South 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
When it comes to sophisticated seafood, look no further than The Oceanaire Seafood Room for the most elegant of settings and lavish of dishes from the sea. Their specials include a Seared Wild Alaska Halibut ($52), Premium Alaska Red King Crab ($69), and, the ultimate in seafood dining, 1.5 pounds of Live Maine Lobster cooked in three different styles, either Simply Steamed And Traditionally Served With Drawn Butter And Lemon ($49) or Baked Stuffed With Crab & Shrimp, Beurre Blanc, Ritzy Crumbs $59 Crab Cake Stuffed Lobster Thermidor Style ($69). Open seven days a week.
825 S Marquette Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55402
For the finest in steak that Minneapolis has to offer, Manny’s Steakhouse is one of the fanciest steakhouses in Minneapolis. Their revered steaks are some of the highest quality in town with such ritzy menu items as Bone-in Ribeye ($79.95), Porterhouse ($79.95), and Bludgeon of Beef ($117.95). Enjoy any of them with a handcrafted cocktail for that extra dose of class. Open seven days a week.
1624 Harmon Pl, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Don’t let the title fool you. Cafe Lurcat is no ordinary cafe to pop in for a coffee and pastry. Instead, it’s a classy joint for partaking in quality food worthy of Minneapolis. Their finest of dinner plates include a Miso Black Cod ($42), a Filet Mignon ($44), and Korean Barbecue Salmon ($34). Vegan and gluten-free options available as well. Open Tuesday through Saturday.
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