The Barbary Fig
720 Grand Ave.
A Grand Avenue location with inspired Mediterranean cuisine. $$
737 Snelling Ave. N.
Offering fine Turkish cuisine from Ali’s hometown of Akçaabat, Trabzon Province. $
2356 University Ave. W.
Country favorites and family recipes from all over Italy. $ (lunch) $$ (dinner)
214 Fourth St. E.
Formal Greek dining or a weekday lunch buffet in a breathtaking Union Depot setting. $
425 Seventh St. W.
Famous for pasta and a red sauce made daily with ingredients imported from Italy. $
2264 Como Ave.
Finnish and European specialties in charming St. Anthony Park. $
605 Seventh St. W.
Great chef specials and an exhaustive beer list at Saint Paul’s German restaurant. $
452 Selby Ave.
Romance and garlic on Cathedral Hill; dine inside or on the patio. $ (lunch) $$ (dinner)
2060 Randolph Ave.
Fresh and local gourmet Italian food prepared by traditional chefs. $$
410 St. Peter St.
Sustainable and seasonal New American cuisine that tends toward the French. $$$
Moscow on the Hill
371 Selby Ave.
Post-perestroika Selby-Dale dining and the essential vodka bar. $$
360 Saint Peter St.
Acclaimed Italian cuisine in a stylish downtown location; offers complimentary valet parking. $$
470 Cleveland Ave. S.
Romantic, classical Italian cuisine with a multi-course tasting menu. $$
Russian Tea House
1758 University Ave W
The house specialty is the piroshki, or Russian hamburger. They authentic Russian cuisine and teas. AT this Russian "fast food" diner, lunch is served Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $
Salut Bar Américain
917 Grand Ave.
French-inspired cuisine in an ooh-la-la dining venue. $$
1806 St. Clair Ave.
A shared-plate approach to Italian cuisine. $
1668 Grand Ave.
Serves winning Mediterranean and American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. $
Trattoria da Vinci
400 Sibley St.
Fine Italian cuisine amid antique stone fountains and architectural elegance. $$