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Bachelor Farmer, The

ADDRESS: 50 N Second Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401

CUISINE: Scandinavian, Contemporary, Brunch, Farm to Table

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
The Bachelor Farmer, opened by brothers Eric and Andrew Dayton in 2011, continues to rank among the most heralded restaurants in the Twin Cities. Its locally sourced, Scandinavian-influenced contemporary fare from Chef Paul Berglund has included entrees such as pheasant meatballs with red cabbage spaetzel, and braised beef shoulder with ember-roasted vegetables.
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am-3 pm. "The talented team at The Bachelor Farmer, assembled by brothers and co-owners Eric and Andrew Dayton, is bringing the simple sophistication of clean flavors and complex textures — like sour and chewy dried cherries, creamy and earthy duck liver pâté, and ripe, salty pistachios — and making them a huge part of this re-imagined smorgasbord experience."
City Pages, Best Restaurant (Minneapolis), critics', 2012

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The Bachelor Farmer, opened by brothers Eric and Andrew Dayton in 2011, continues to rank among the most heralded restaurants in the Twin Cities. Its locally sourced, Scandinavian-influenced contemporary fare from Chef Paul Berglund has included entrees such as pheasant meatballs with red cabbage spaetzel, and braised beef shoulder with ember-roasted vegetables.
 
"The talented team at The Bachelor Farmer, assembled by brothers and co-owners Eric and Andrew Dayton, is bringing the simple sophistication of clean flavors and complex textures — like sour and chewy dried cherries, creamy and earthy duck liver pâté, and ripe, salty pistachios — and making them a huge part of this re-imagined smorgasbord experience."
City Pages, Best Restaurant (Minneapolis), critics', 2012
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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am-3 pm.

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