Moroccan Restaurant Deals in Minneapolis
Why You Should Go: You'd love to eat with the seasons, shop at farmer's markets, and grow your own tomatoes. Unfortunately, the closet you get to fresh, seasonal dining is eating an apple in autumnl. Let the pros do all the hard work while you enjoy the fruits of their labor with the elegant, seasonal Mediterranean fare at Trio. Why You’ll Love It: This new spot from the owner of the Vanilla Bean Bistro and J Street Café brings together a vibrant atmosphere with a menu of fresh Mediterranean-inspired fare that changes with the seasons. Chef Gonul Blum’s recipes mix influences from France, Italy and Turkey, using ingredients drawn from local, organic farms and even the chef’s own herb garden. What to Eat: You’ll enjoy Mediterranean-influenced dishes like grilled fish panzanella salad with sweet corn and heirloom tomatoes, Moroccan lamb stew with fresh seasonal vegetables, and stuffed chicken with apricots, dates, preserved lemon and goat cheese over rice. The wine bar features an international list, with a focus on local vineyards within Northern California... for very seasonal offerings indeed.
Why You Should Go: When it comes to your upbringings, family and neighborhood – you've got a lot of pride. Everyone who asks knows how much you love your hometown Charm City. Feast alongside your fellow neighbors at Ocean Pride Restaurant, a crab-cake and fresh catch-loving eatery in Timonium. What You Should Taste: Start out with the Crab Pretzel, Buffalo Wings and Calamari, then snack on the Roasted Veggie Flatbread and the Shrimp Toast Slider. Main dishes include the Moroccan Salmon, Jumbo Sea Scallops, Stuffed Rockfish, and Fish and Chips. What You Should Know: The fresh seafood, daily specials and family vibe of Ocean Pride make it a destination for both locals and tourists alike, with small plates to large dinner dishes. Since 1971, Ocean Pride has been the pride of Charm City lovers – just like you.
The rich diversity of this Lowertown restaurant's kitchen brings influences from Morocco, Spain, France, and Italy -- so prepare for bold, exotic flavors: • $85 ($180 value) for a 4-course Moroccan Tagine dinner for 2 with wine pairings • $65 ($140 value) for a 4-course Moroccan Tagine dinner for 2 • Reservations available any day of the week The Menu Your meal begins with grass-fed beef, seasoned with Moroccan spices, cinnamon, and almonds, wrapped in a handmade phyllo honey crust. Next, taste the garbanzo bean Skuna Bay salmon with paprika oil and cured in house-made lemon confit, followed by a tender leg of lamb tagine in an onion and figs marmalade. As a finale, you'll end your feast with Moroccan mint tea and petit four. Faces Mears Park's Website | Facebook