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  • Fireroast Cafe

    Fireroast Cafe

    3800 37th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-724-9895

  • Kick Start Coffee Bar

    4306 E. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-728-0774

    We use the freshest beans and the latest brewing technology to serve exceptional coffee and espresso drinks to discriminating motorcycle riders. Harley's are very welcome! More >>

  • Parka

    Parka

    4021 East Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55406

    http://www.parkampls.com Parka, the new Longfellow coffee shop and restaurant, is brought to you by a trifecta of Minneapolis institutions: Dogwood Coffee, Rustica Bakery, and Victory 44. Taking the strongest parts of each business, Parka emphasizes carefully sourced ingredients, the subversion of expectations, and elaborate yet playful composition and presentation, all delivered in a casual setting. The result is both humble and high-end. Parka's interior is like a brightly accented lodge, updated for the modern age. Its food, from Victory 44 chef Erick Harcey, is classic Minnesota: goulash, chicken wild rice soup, even cranberry jello salad—but surprising at at every turn: Ham-and-pickle tots, rabbit meatballs (in the form of two little sandwiches with apricot-and-pistachio chutney), a take on chicken wild rice soup, which is as comforting as the original but tastes far more exotic, a meatloaf sandwich with bacon-tomato jam, and a fish fry with spicy (jalapenos) and sweet (pineapple) notes. Thanks to Rustica and strong in-house pastry talent, desserts here are no slouches, either, such as a deconstructed banana cream pie, and a selection of homemade bars and Rustica cookies that come with a flight of three local milks. More >>

  • Peace Coffee

    Peace Coffee

    3262 Minnehaha Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-877-7760

    http://www.peacecoffeeshop.com Jack LaLanne, the late, great godfather of American fitness, once asked derisively, "Would you get your dog up in the morning for a cup of coffee and a doughnut?" Damn straight, Jack (sorry). And if Peace Coffee's awesome bike messengers sold doughnuts, the world would be a more perfect place. But while we wait for that minor miracle, we'll happily get ourselves and our dogs up for its Fair Trade beans and brew, now served hot and tasty at a brand spankin' new coffeehouse in the Longfellow neighborhood. We're especially fond of waking up to the scent of the Sumatra Full City Roast, but we're not too fussy as long as whatever they pour is hot, wet, and dark as night. More >>

  • Tillie's Bean

    2803 E. 38th St. Minneapolis, MN 55406-4414
    612-276-0100

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