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112 Eatery | Minneapolis

Neighborhood: Warehouse District

Food:  Eclectic New American/Italian Fine Dining Comfort Food

Prices:  $-$$$$
Reservations (recommended)
Dress Code - at minimum dressy casual - staff wears ties. Although we have eaten there with folk wearing Twins jerseys.

M - Th  5 pm to Midnight
F - Sat 5 pm to 1 am
Su  5 pm - 10 pm

Wine Beer Full bar
Late Nights Small Plates Vegetarian Vegan Options
Old Minneapolis Atmosphere

Sea scallops w/ oyster mushrooms
Stringozzi W/ lamb sugo
Pan-fried gnocchi w/ parmesan reggiano
Cauliflower fritters
Bacon egg & harrisa sandwich
112 cheese burger
Duck pate bánh mì
Tres leches cake
Nancy Silverton's butterscotch budino

Update 7/20/2013:
Had a wonderful dinner in the upstair dining room. Excellent service from our knowledgeable server and supporting attentive wait staff. The food as expected was fantastic and satisfying. We appreciate that they offer such high level dining at a range of price points. The lower priced choices - scallops, gnocchi, fritters, harissa, Stringozzi on this visit were great - the only item that underwhelmed was the most expensive - the $28 Halibut - tasty but overpriced.

Fine dining at bargain prices. Chef is 2011 James Beard winner. Casual to Dressy (wait staff wear ties). Boisterous, cozy and narrow. Two floors. Romantic soft lighting. High stamped tin ceiling. Brick walled. Wood floor. Historic Amsterdam Building. Contemporary chic decor. Open kitchen. The look and feel of a Manhattan restaurant. Opened in 2005, it is still the hardest table to get in town. After hours chef hangout. Imaginative fresh flavorful scratch hand-crafted menu. Friendly knowledgeable thoughtful and attentive staff. Emphasis on small plate dining.

112 Eatery • Minneapolis

112 Eatery • Minneapolis

112 Eatery • Minneapolis • Warehouse District