The martini is probably the most iconic cocktail on any drink menu, and even for people who can hold their liquor, it's not for those with a weak stomach or liver. Like a quality scotch, a martini is made to be sipped, and part of its charm is that you'll look classy drinking it. But unlike scotch or a fine wine, a good martini is only part quality ingredients; the other half relies on the skills of the bartender. It's probably not a shocker that St. Petersburg Restaurant and Vodka Bar serves up an excellent vodka martini. No frou-frou mixers, whipped toppings, or fancy umbrellas mucking things up—this martini tastes like a martini should: ice-cold, pure vodka, a mist of vermouth, with three fat, speared olives for snacking between sips. Never been to Robbinsdale? It's only five minutes from downtown Minneapolis, so you're barely in the 'burbs.