ST. PAUL, Minn. - Hungry for some football food in Minnesota's capital city? Our friends at Visit Saint Paul helped us break down the best places to grab some grub ahead of the big game.
Our journey begins on Payne Avenue, recently dubbed Eat Street. Brunson’s Pub offers a variety of diverse menu items designed to reflect the Payne-Phalen neighborhood’s rich immigrant history.
Cook St. Paul offers an incredible mix of American and Korean dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's also frequently touted by critics as one of the top restaurants in the Twin Cities.
Ward 6 is the neighborhood East Side bar and restaurant focused on local food and local beer in a vintage setting.
The best sellers at Judy’s Kitchen are the wings, collard greens, ribs and bacon mac and cheese.
If you’re a fan of homestyle fried chicken and good ol’ country fried steak, be sure to check out Magnolias, which has been serving up comfort food on Payne Avenue St. since 1984.
Hamburguesas El Gordo says it has the best burgers and tacos in the Twin Cities. It's hard to argue that claim.
Handsome Hog defines itself as “pig-centric contemporary Southern."
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch—Black Dog has it all (plus great live music).
The all-day breakfast and lunch menu at Buttered Tin includes a wide variety of tasty eats, from the unique huevos rancheros benedict to classics like biscuits and gravy.
Have you ever had “Minnepolitan” pizza? Big River puts a twist on the classic neapolitan wood-fired pizza.
West 7th Street
It's going to be a happening place Super Bowl week with the Wild hosting Las Vegas Feb. 2 and the NFL Honors ceremony Feb. 3, both at the Xcel Energy Center. Here are some well-known spots to eat and be merry.
You can find a ton of hockey memorabilia at Tom Reid’s. it's one of the best places in the Twin Cities to watch a Wild game.
Mickey's is a 24-hour landmark diner features a wide variety of traditional comfort dishes in a vintage train car. It's been featured in The Smithsonian, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated and in such American movie classics as The Mighty Ducks and Jingle All The Way.
Pop in for a massive slice of pizza or order up a fresh serving of spaghetti and meatballs at Cossetta’s.
Boomshack is Saint Paul’s only New York-style bodega. Fast-casual and fresh, stop in for sandwiches, salads, BBQ and more.
Goody's Hot City is where you’ll find the best Philly cheese steak sandwich in town—and they also make a pretty mean pizza.
Mancini's Char House is a West 7th icon that's been char broiling delectable steaks and lobsters using family traditions since the 1960s.
Named for Cathedral Hill’s most iconic resident, Fitzgerald’s embodies the character of the establishments F. Scott frequented as a youth.
From borscht to brunch to in-house vodka, Moscow on the Hill has everything you need for the ultimate Russian dining experience.
Golden Thyme is well-known for hearty soul food like shrimp and grits and gumbo.
Pair one of 89 beers with a fresh, locally sourced entree at the gastropub, Happy Gnome.
Revival’s Saint Paul location put the Midwest on the barbecue map when Andrew Zimmern named it one of the Top 10 BBQ joints in America. Unlike its Minneapolis location, the Cathedral Hill spot offers up delicious smoked meats like pork belly and dry rubbed ribs.
In the mood for Chinese? Order the all you can eat hot pot at Little Szechuan.
Caffe Biaggio offers homemade pasta, riscotto, and other Italian mains served in a rustic-industrial trattoria.
Seventh Street Social has wings, tacos, steak, sandwiches and a whole lot more. Definitely worth a stop!
Bar Brigade is a little French-inspired bistro known for its warm atmosphere and authentic craft cocktails. Stop by to enjoy the wild boar dish, artichoke hearts, or the potato-leek soup!
The Nook lives up to its tagline of being a "small place with big burgers." Try the Purple & Gold Burger, Reuben Burger or the Nookie Supreme Burger.