Open until midnight all week, the Red Cow of St. Paul has burgers that are not to be missed. Using local beef, Red Cow puts a spin on the typical tavern food that can be found on many corners of the cities streets and instead strives for a certain degree of sophistication to accompany that tavern aesthetic. In addition to knowing the ingredients added to your burger, the menu features the listings of where and what grade the beef, or other meat, used in the burger came from.
393 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, MN, +1 651 789 0545
In a relaxing and trendy atmosphere, chef Antonio Tettamanzi creates traditional Italian cuisine in La Grolla with an even more traditional Italian feeling of family and inclusivity. Events especially benefit from this atmosphere as groups can dine together as a family, starting with traditional antipasti, moving on to a simple cappellini al basilico e pomodoro (angel hair, fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil), or an intricate zuppa di pesce (shellfish and seafood in fish broth with tomato, garlic, basil, oregano, extra virgin olive oil, served with toasted Italian bread).
452 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, MN, +1 651 221 1061
If your tastebuds are more on the adventurous side, try Mango Thai which offers Thai cuisine with dine-in or take-out dinner and lunch. Created for their namesake, the mango spring rolls contain a fresh mix of greens, mango, avocado, mint and shrimp served with their peanut sauce or sweet chilli sauce. Unlike any other establishment in the area, Mango Thai is sure to satisfy the most outlandish of cravings with their delicious Thai cuisine.
610 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, MN, +1 651 291 1414