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Looking for a little "Post 4th of July" excitement?

July 8-13 is Restaurant Week around the Minneapolis/St Paul area!

I personally didn't know about Restaurant Week until last summer, I booked a reservation (book them quick, some places fill up fast!) at Woolley's Steakhouse in Bloomington. One word-Amazing. Their French Onion soup is to die for and the service is top notch. I am going back again this year and plan on trying out a couple different places as well.

The best part about Restaurant Week is all of the participating restaurants usually offer 3+ course meals at great prices, allowing you to try a variety of things without breaking the bank.

Click here to view the menu of participating restaurants.

If you end up trying out a new place during restaurant week, please let me know where you went and how you liked it, I would love some ideas on where to go next! :)


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    Restaurant week was the great opportunity to outside dinner with our family and friends in restaurant week they give many verities of food. Minneapolis Paul is beautiful place I really like it and enjoys delicious dinner in restaurant week.
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