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* [[Minneapolis/South|Midtown]] is home to the '''Midtown Global Market''', operating on the first floor of what used to be a large Sears store. It is now home to a variety of cafes and restaurants from all around the world. Favorites like '''Holy Land Deli and Bakery''', '''Andy's Garage''' in Saint Paul, and several restaurants from around the city have opened satellite locations here. '''Mercado Central''' is another indoor market featuring several Mexican eateries. Outside of the markets, plenty of Mexican and other Latin restaurants dot the Lake Street strip.
 
* [[Minneapolis/South|Midtown]] is home to the '''Midtown Global Market''', operating on the first floor of what used to be a large Sears store. It is now home to a variety of cafes and restaurants from all around the world. Favorites like '''Holy Land Deli and Bakery''', '''Andy's Garage''' in Saint Paul, and several restaurants from around the city have opened satellite locations here. '''Mercado Central''' is another indoor market featuring several Mexican eateries. Outside of the markets, plenty of Mexican and other Latin restaurants dot the Lake Street strip.
  
* [[Minneapolis/Northeast|Northeast]] contains a wide variety of establishments. Old Saint Anthony is home to decades-old Eastern European mainstays like '''Nye's Polonaise Room''' (now closed!) and '''Kramarczuk's Deli''' and newer favorites like '''Pizza Nea''' and '''Red Stag'''. Closer to Central and Lowry you can find well-regarded Middle Eastern eateries like '''Holy Land''' and '''Crescent Moon''' and Mexican restaurants such as '''Taco Riendo''' and '''Adelita's'''.
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* [[Minneapolis/Northeast|Northeast]] contains a wide variety of establishments. Old Saint Anthony is home to decades-old Eastern European mainstays like '''Nye's Polonaise Room''' and '''Kramarczuk's Deli''' and newer favorites like '''Pizza Nea''' and '''Red Stag'''. Closer to Central and Lowry you can find well-regarded Middle Eastern eateries like '''Holy Land''' and '''Crescent Moon''' and Mexican restaurants such as '''Taco Riendo''' and '''Adelita's'''.
  
 
===Local dishes===
 
===Local dishes===

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