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Las mejores cafeterías en Mineápolis

Museum
“Minnesota has always had a large population of Scandinavians, so it’s only right to learn about the culture and eat the food, both of which you can do at the 1908 Turnblad mansion: an enormous, French Chateau-esque structure once home to Swedish immigrants. Inside its walls resides The American Swedish Institute, a museum and cultural center dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich history of Sweden and the Swedish-American population. With a large display of art, an extensive library collection and seasonal exhibits, this Minnesota and National Register of Historic Places landmark is full of artifacts and information highlighting contemporary and historical Swedish culture. New exhibits like Amp Up! The Hagstrom Guitar Sensation and Swedes Rock! delve into Sweden’s musical history while past exhibits have had scientific and holiday themes. Stop by the museum store for unique trinkets or dine in FIKA, the onsite cafe, offering award-winning Nordic-inspired cuisine.”
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Cafetería
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“Excellent coffee with cocktail-inspired creations. Try the classic Kingfield hot or iced!”
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Cafetería
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“Coffee wins national competitions every year. They have baked goods in the morning. Typically really busy on the weekends. 1/5 locations in Minneapolis/St Paul.”
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Organic Grocery
“An excellent co-op that will easily suit your needs. Large fresh and organic selections. Visit the front café and try one of their delicious smoothies. ”
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Heladería
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“You might want to visit here every night of your stay and that's during all 4 seasons. Minnesotans eat ice cream all year round. Just around the corner it's a local favorite for sweet treats or a morning coffee.”
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Café
“Our favorite Minneapolis patio located on Saint Anthony Main just off the Mississippi river! ”
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Café
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“Locally sourced menu offers breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner, happy hour and a full bar.”
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Pastelería
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“Excellent French pastries - featured in National Geographic's 10 best patisseries in the world. Within walking distance.”
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Supermercado
“They have everything you'll need and are also attached to a Caribou Coffee.”
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Pastelería
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“2 min walk. Delicious hub of the neighborhood. Baked goods that make your knees weak. Soups, quiches, and their burrito is the best deal in town. ”
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Café
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“Great drinks and bar scene. If it's nice, eat outside in the alley, it's a slice of heaven. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“6 1/2 block walk to Lunds & Byerlys for groceries. Parking lot off Humboldt Ave.”
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Cafetería
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“This coffee shop seems to be a crowd favorite. There are probably no leas than a dozen coffee options within a 5 block radius so I'll let you decide the best option for you.”
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Pastelería
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“Obsessively good baked goods (especially their chocolate cookies), plus it's right next to Lake Bde Maka Ska so you can go for a casual stroll after your treats.”
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Café
“Cool MPLS branded coffee shop. Tons of work space. If you love minneapolis and love coffee you should check this place out!”
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Pastelería
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“Serving locally grown, healthy food that tastes great, it's not fancy but it's good quality. You can get a sandwich for around $12 and they have gluten free slices. Staff will explain ingredients if you have allergies. Espresso is good too. Located in Uptown on Lyndale.”
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