Hungry? Here are some new spots entering the Twin Cities dining scene, and some familiar ones reopening, this month.
The Copperfield: The Mendota Heights diner and bar that opened Sept. 4 serves everything from coffee and grab-and-go meals to an upscale supper menu.
Surly Pizza Upstairs: Surly Brewing Company's second-floor restaurant serving New Haven-style pizza reopened Sept. 10, after 10 months. They're keeping fan favorites and adding new items like the Clocks Ticking pizza, with pineapple, prosciutto and jalapeño.
Dakota: The renowned Minneapolis jazz club underwent a full renovation during the pandemic, including a revamped Southern-inspired menu with shrimp and grits, fried chicken and duck breast. Opened Sept. 10.
KJ's Hideaway: This music venue and restaurant took over the basement of the historic Hamm's building in downtown St. Paul. You might recognize the spot as the former venue The Artists Quarter. Opened Sept. 17.
All Saints: This Northeast restaurant's "veggie-forward" menu offers a variety of vegetable-based main dishes with seasonal ingredients. There are some meat dishes too. Opened Sept. 21 for dinner, with brunch options to come later.
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