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Haute Dish

612-338-8484  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 119 Washington Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55401
CUISINE: Charcuterie, Contemporary, Late-Night Dining, Farm to Table, Brunch
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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Celebrated young chef Landon Schoenefeld of Haute Dish revamps Midwestern culinary classics like steak and eggs, which he re-imagines as steak tartare and poached egg in brioche.
"The vast majority of the menu finds Schoenefeld twisting a familiar dish, each seemingly culled from a retro church cookbook or a vintage food magazine. The danger in this kind of cooking is the temptation to veer into kitsch, or parody, or mad-scientist territory, or arrogant self-aggrandizement, all at the expense of creating delicious food. Not here. For starters, I don't know that there's a better fried chicken in the Twin Cities."
— Rick Nelson, Star Tribune, Feb. 4, 2013
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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Thu-Sun. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-2 pm.

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DESCRIPTION
Celebrated young chef Landon Schoenefeld of Haute Dish revamps Midwestern culinary classics like steak and eggs, which he re-imagines as steak tartare and poached egg in brioche.
 
"The vast majority of the menu finds Schoenefeld twisting a familiar dish, each seemingly culled from a retro church cookbook or a vintage food magazine. The danger in this kind of cooking is the temptation to veer into kitsch, or parody, or mad-scientist territory, or arrogant self-aggrandizement, all at the expense of creating delicious food. Not here. For starters, I don't know that there's a better fried chicken in the Twin Cities."
— Rick Nelson, Star Tribune, Feb. 4, 2013
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly. Late-night Thu-Sun. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-2 pm.

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