Jan 25, 2022 - Food and Drink

New bakery Mother Dough opens in downtown Minneapolis

A long wooden countertop with two men standing behind it. A menu and pastries are seen in the background.
Mother Dough took over the former Peace Coffee location in Capella Tower. Photo: Audrey Kennedy/Axios

Mother Dough, a new bakery by father-son restaurateur duo David and Eli Fhima, opened Tuesday in the former Peace Coffee spot in downtown Minneapolis.

What's on the menu: Freshly made pastries, coffee from Folly Coffee Roasters, beer and wine, and "petite bites" like cheese platters and soup.

  • Prices range from $3.50-$5 for pastries, and $8-$19 for plates.

Thought bubble: Tasty.

  • I ordered croissants and harira, a savory, spicy Moroccan soup. I'd go again just for the soup's accompanying baguette.

Visit: Mother Dough is open Tuesday-Thursday from 7am-2pm. Located on the ground floor of Capella Tower at 225 S 6th St., Minneapolis.

  • A second location on the third floor of Capella Tower is set to open in March.

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