There’s going to be plenty of hungry New England Patriots fans out in Minneapolis this week leading up to Super Bowl LII.
So if you’re heading out to Minnesota at some point this week, you’ll want to try one of these local restaurants while you’re out in the “Bold North.”
We also hope you’ll join us on Saturday from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm for “The Sports Hub Super Saturday Rally” at the Buffalo Wild Wings right next to the football stadium on the University of Minnesota Campus (2001 University Ave, S.E. Minneapolis).
So once again, 98.5 The Sports Hub is throwing a Super Saturday Rally for Patriots Nation! If you’re in Minneapolis for the game, we’re gonna jam the Buffalo Wild Wings right next to the football stadium on the University of Minnesota Campus. Hardy and Big Jim Murray will broadcast live with appearances by Felger & Mazz, Zolak & Bertrand & other special guests. There will be great food and plenty of prizes, as we get you pumped for the Big Game! Following the broadcast, the hockey game will be on! These parties hit capacity fast, so get there early!
Here are the “Top 10 Restaurants” in Minneapolis according to Yelp.
1: Butcher & The Boar, 1121 Hennepin Ave, Downtown Minneapolis
2: 112 Eatery, 112 N 3rd Street, Downtown Minneapolis
3: Hell’s Kitchen, 80 S 9th Street, Downtown Minneapolis
4: Zelo, 831 Nicollet Mall, Downtown Minneapolis
5: Manny’s Steakhouse, 825 Marquette Ave, Downtown Minneapolis
6: Lotus Restaurant, 113 W Grant Street, Downtown Minneapolis
7: Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse, 645 Hennepin Ave, Downtown Minneapolis
8: The Local, 931 Nicollet Mall, Downtown Minneapolis
9: The Capital Grille, 801 Hennepin Ave, Downtown Minneapolis
10: Zen Box Izakaya, 602 Washington Ave S, Downtown Minneapolis
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On behalf of everyone here at 98.5 The Sports Hub, we hope to see you in Minneapolis next week! Make sure you follow us on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook for all the latest news and details as the Patriots look to win their SIXTH Super Bowl title.
— By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com