It's the end of the world. Where do you want to eat your last Twin Cities meal?
This feels a little Y2K
It's a common chef's game, late at night after the burners are snuffed and a short glass of something strong is poured. Throbbing feet cool at the edge of a bar rail and the game begins: "What would your last meal be?" There was even aTop Chef
episode where famous chefs like Lidia Bastianich and Jacques Pepin revealed what they would choose as their last bite of food before the Big Sleep. (They picked roast chicken and roast squab, respectively.)
Today's supposed Mayan apocalypse is apparently a bit of a dud, but it did get us thinking about a similar question: If you had only one night left to dine at a Twin Cities restaurant, which would you choose and what would you order?
Leave your answers in the comments below.
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