Rough Times!. This place is overpriced, has small portions, food was cold(nothing worse than cold eggs!) Family oriented- I don't think so! I recommend 8th Street Grill!
It might be great but there's no where to park. This might be the greatest restaraunt in the Cities, but you'll never get to find out (that is, if you have to drive to get there)...because, as I just discovered, there's absolutely no way you're going to find a parking spot within even a few blocks of this place. No way. If you're lucky enough to find one of the five spots on the street just East of the place open, then go for it. Otherwise, you can continue the vulture-circling to find a spot, or just bail and go somewhere else.
Historic downtown Minneapolis lunch counter known for low prices and basic American fare..
Said to be Minneapolis' oldest restaurant, Peter's is dear to downtown office workers because it never changes: beloved cramped booths, luncheonette counter, brusque service and home-style fare. The waitresses have the seen-it-all weariness of those who have been slinging hash for a lifetime. Much of the fare, and the prices, seems straight out of the Depression era, including broiled steaks and chops, sardine sandwiches and banana fritters.
Stay For the Pie. A landmark--homey, comfort food. Hot turkey sandwiches and homemade apple pie. Roast chicken every Monday.
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