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Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

It's time for the final countdown. In celebration of Arrested Development's return on May 26, we decided a food tour was in order. From variations on cornballs to juice, we rounded up some of the Twin Cities' answers to the Bluths' most-iconic sips and nibbles for the perfect trip around the metro. Plus, it's Memorial Day weekend -- there's a whole extra day of the weekend to wander around the cities checking these Bluth favorites off your list. Don't make a huge mistake. Try all of these.

Cornballs

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

The plush little fritters at B52 Slider Squad's food truck are so, so good. And it's worth knowing that you won't get burned by The Cornballer either.
Ice Cream Sandwiches

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

Excuse us, we're just having a love affair with the ice cream sandwiches at Sebastian Joe's...
Mayonegg

So it's not exactly the mayonnaise plus egg combo that Ann "Her?" Veal enjoys, but we like the deviled egg trend at Nightingale anyways.
Vodka

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

Lucille would definitely be interested in the wide selection at Moscow on the Hill.

 

Grilled Cheese

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

The grilled cheese at Butcher & the Boar isn't just any old sandwich... with lobster and an ooey, gooey egg, it's positively divine.
Frozen Bananas

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

Go all out and get a banana split at Grand Ole Creamery... they're worthy of any Mr. Manager.
Bangers

Bangers, sausages, whatever you want to call 'em, the ones at Pat's Tap would surely be Tobias Mrs. Featherbottom-approved.
Ike and Tina Tuna

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

It only comes on a plate (not a platter), but Sushi Fix's tuna poke is one of our favorites.
Juice

Okay, the juice at Truce Juice isn't in boxes, but it's definitely "Off the hook!" as juice-lovin' Buster would say.
Chicken

Top 10 Arrested Development eats: A Twin Cities food tour

The Bluths see chicken, well, differently. Whether you like your chickens to say "A-coodle-doodle-doo," "Co-ca-co-ca," "Cha-chi cha-chi," or just plain old "Cluck" -- we'll leave you with this list of places to get some of our favorite variations on an old favorite: chicken wings.

Did we miss any of your Bluth-themed favorites? Let us know in the comments.


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