Local D'Lish

208 N 1st St., Minneapolis, MN 55401 Directions
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Shari P.
Report | 4 months ago
This is a great place to find what other grocery stores do not.
Lawrence D.
Report | 5 months ago
Edith is an awesome instructor.
kyle g.
Report | 5 months ago
Really good food. Great local products. Not the best location for me but I think I will stop in again.
Frank G.
Report | 5 months ago
Service was wonderful!! Sandwiches were FANTASTIC!! Would for sure go back!!
Mary M.
Report | 6 months ago
great local place
Denise R.
Report | 6 months ago
Fabulous cooking class!
Karen P.
Report | 6 months ago
Sandwiches are delish! Great selection of local food and drink. Perfect place to stop for lunch and take a walk along the river or in the beautifully re-done warehouse district.
Carly T.
Report | 7 months ago
We got the Mozzarella and Brisket sandwiches to go, with Jalapeño chips and the Basil Limeade. Everything was super YUM.
Cassie B.
Report | 7 months ago
Cute and friendly atmosphere.
Brian H.
Report | 7 months ago
Great experience with a great instructor.
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Local D?Lish's owners Ann and Yulin Yin source all their food from more than 200 farmers throughout the Midwest. But the inspiration for their business came from their time spent living in China. Each morning they'd go down to the market to get fresh meat, produce, and tofu directly from farmers. As they got to know each farmer, they came to understand and trust the processes by which their food was produced. That experience also stuck with them when they moved to Minnesota, where their journey inspired them to recreate that market experience and start up Local D?Lish.

Above all, they help their customers connect with their food and understand where it all comes from. Beyond carefully curating the foods on their shelves and deli counters, they host in-store events where farmers and customers can meet and greet. They even lend space for cooking classes and demos that help students identify seasonal produce and turn it into delicious meals by following simple instructions such as "Take a bite, chew, and swallow."

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Minneapolis Restaurant Guide

Minneapolis stands as one of the great Cosmopolitan centers of the Northwest. Restaurants in Minneapolis could rival any that famed “Second City” Chicago serves up. Like any big city, Minneapolis has produced some characters who have opened restaurants that offer unique and fun dining experiences and that represent the local flair. Visitors dining in Minneapolis restaurants won’t want for anything of good value and good quality when they visit this half of the famous “Twin City.”

At the top of the unique Minneapolis eating list is Elsie’s Restaurant Bar and Bowl. This famed spot lets one nosh on some classic fare while rolling some strikes down on the lanes. There are some great Americana snacks like mac-and-cheese wedges and waffle fries that receive rave reviews and make for perfect snack food between frames. And for more serious eats, Elsie serves up, among other things, 10 and 18-ounce portions of slow-roasted prime rib and maple-glazed pork chops. Apps start at $5 to $9, and mains go from $11 to $23. Head there Sunday to Thursday for $9 unlimited bowling night.

Second to none for pizza in Minneapolis is Broadway Pizza. They’ve been making pies in Minneapolis for about 50 years, perfecting the art along the way. Most head down for the thin crust, but deep-dish is on tap as well. Their Tuesdays “cheap date night” is a great value. Twenty bucks gets an appetizer, a two-topping pizza, and their famous deep-dish cookie topped with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and a cherry. One can order online first, and get a pie that's steaming-hot and ready to eat .

Dining in Minneapolis is unique, fun, and of course, delicious.  One  doesn't need to go five-star establishments to get good eats and ambience. For those seeking something local and unpretentious in Minneapolis, a good restaurant is not hard to find.

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