French Meadow Bakery MSP Airport

Address-Phone-Map-Directions :-@ Minneapolis−Saint Paul Airport (MSP) 612-355-4695
Menu-Hours-Website (The Mall) :-> shopsatmsp.com/french-meadow-bakeryThe Mall
Menu-Hours-Website (Concourse F) :->   shopsatmspfrench-meadow-bakery_con-F

Terminal 1 (Lindberg)
                 Concourse F, near Gate 3
                    Phone: 612-355-4695
                    Credit: Shops at MSP
Organic local seasonal whole foods bakery cafe pioneer - "America's first certified organic bakery" Whenever we're on our way to catch a flight we know that coming to the French Meadow cafes at MSP is a safe and healthy choice. So much better than getting something on the plane and a top choice at the airport itself. Noted for its breads, it has exceptional desserts, cakes, coffee and bakery goods, too. Good anytime, but great for breakfast and lunch. Also serves beer, wine and mixed drinks. Branches of the original Uptown Minneapolis bakery/cafe.
                 Terminal 1 (Lindbergh)
        The Mall, across from Checkpoint 1
                  Phone: 612-355-4641

Breakfast: Fruit & Nut Pancakes with maple syrup Omelet of Day Organic Oatmeal with fresh fruit Breakfast Quesadilla or Burrito Egg & Bacon Croissant Health Energy Breakfast
Lunch - Dinner: House Salad Soups / Chili Chicken & Fontina Pizza Smoked Bacon & Turkey Croissant Veggie Burger Grilled Rachel Sandwich Vegan Chili & Rice

State Beer Song

"...From the Land of Sky Blue Waters. From the land of pines' lofty balsams, Comes the beer refreshing, Hamm's the beer refreshing. Brewed where nature works her wonders, Aged for many moons, gently mellowed, Hamm's the beer refreshing, Hamm's the beer refreshing. From across the rippling water, Through the whisp'ring pines and birches, Comes the beer refreshing, Hamm's the beer refreshing. Comes a call to cool enchantment, Comes a call to cool refreshment, Hamm's the beer refreshing, Hamm's the beer refreshing. Hints of lakes and sunset breezes, Dance and sparkle in each glassful, Hamm's the beer refreshing, Hamm's the beer refreshing..." Dylan probably wished he'd written this while flying high on Hamms.

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