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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/22 11:17:41 (permalink)
As I cross-posted on the wrong thread, (thx Jim)
sadly you will have to carry on without us next year- 
I just got my schedule of committee meetings for my new job, 
and wouldn't you know it, there is one the same weekend- 
and not even in the same city 
We will miss you all. 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/23 07:12:20 (permalink)
irisarbor - let me know if you want me to pick up an excused absence note from The Sultan.  I'll be seeing him this weekend and I am sure he would have a staff plebe complete it.  While those notes are hard to come by, you'll be enjoying time with us in MSP without fail!  
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/23 15:58:48 (permalink)
irisarbor,
Most people who have attended these Crawls will tell you the best part isn't necessarily the eating, but the camaraderie.  We enjoyed having you and Frank in Nashville and will miss you in M/SP.  Fortunately, some of us will still get to see you at various Contingent events and for Mardi Gras Potluck next year.
 
Hope you can stay awake during your committee meeting.
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/24 09:26:33 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ChiTownDiner 2018/10/24 09:53:31
As much as a note from the Sultan would be lovely, 
at this point in time, the job earning the $$ must come first 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/28 12:56:41 (permalink)
Though not in the Twin Cities, one of wanderingjews favorite places is closed because of a fire. The Northern Lights Restaurant in Beaver Bay, MN. This was June. It is now October and I noted it was still closed when I passed by on my annual leaf peeping trip to the North Shore.
 
http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/fires/4455219-fire-closes-north-shore-restaurant
 
Meanwhile, this appeared in the food section of the StarTribune newspaper today...Seattle eats up its Scandinavian history.
 
http://e.startribune.com/Olive/ODN/StarTribune/Default.aspx
 
Scandinavia moving west to be closer to Tater Tots made in Oregon? :)
 
Kim Bartman sold Bryant-Lake Bowl mentioned in this thread. The new owner says it won't change.
 
http://www.bryantlakebowl.com
 
I may be around in late April. I actually now have a conflict with two events the first weekend in May in Cleveland, OH and South Padre Island, TX. I will probably be in Cleveland then since I am going to South Padre Island this February and won't bother to go back.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/29 07:24:55 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ChiTownDiner 2018/10/29 07:43:36
Let me officially throw Providence into the mix for 2020!
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/29 15:14:09 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ChiTownDiner 2018/10/30 06:50:30
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Let me officially throw Providence into the mix for 2020!




 
DOODLE it.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/10/29 17:18:40 (permalink)
The Instagram posts from Providence have been wonderful. I would love to go there. But I thought we were supposed to take turns between north and south destinations.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/23 18:52:21 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby JRPfeff 2018/12/23 19:00:14
Looked at flight rates for the helluva it and we are definitely considering going that route. Just $224 each to MSP, non-stop, round trip coming in Wednesday night and leaving early Sunday.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/24 02:30:42 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby JRPfeff 2018/12/24 08:16:53
Starting the first full week of January, 2019 I'll post the long list of potential stops, broken down into categories, along with a brief commentary for each, and links to websites.  I'll also discuss lodging options, MSP neighborhoods, etc. so folks can start getting a better idea of what we're planning.  Feedback will be welcome at that time, but hold the questions for now; we're on vacation.
 
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, belated Happy Chanukkah, a festive Kwanzaa, and a Happy New Year!
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/24 19:53:31 (permalink)
Same to all of you from the Bonks. Looking forward to seeing many of you in MSP!
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/25 11:59:36 (permalink)
In 2011 we stayed next to XCel (Wild's rink) and were tipped off about Cosett, an Italian bakery/store like the ones we visited in Pittsburgh. We really enjoyed it.
 
Just another place to consider.
 
https://cossettas.com/
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/25 14:51:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ScreamingChicken 2018/12/25 16:03:44
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Starting the first full week of January, 2019 I'll post the long list of potential stops, broken down into categories, along with a brief commentary for each, and links to websites.  I'll also discuss lodging options, MSP neighborhoods, etc. so folks can start getting a better idea of what we're planning.  Feedback will be welcome at that time, but hold the questions for now; we're on vacation.
 
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, belated Happy Chanukkah, a festive Kwanzaa, and a Happy New Year!
Buddy




#festivustoo
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/26 01:22:16 (permalink)
For the rest of us!
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/26 10:01:55 (permalink)
How'd you miss Yippie-Ki-Yay?
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/26 13:24:01 (permalink)
 Not everyone agrees that's a Christmas movie...Mr. McClane (edited for oops).
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2018/12/26 14:10:16 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby nagle 2019/01/11 20:23:10
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 Not everyone agrees that's a Christmas movie...Mr. McCain.
 
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I know, the name for those who disagree is "Wrong," My Friend.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 19:18:49 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby JRPfeff 2019/01/11 10:00:51
As promised, here’s the start of our long list of Crawl Candidates.  I was hoping to publish the entire list all at once, but the "brief" commentary for each listing is proving more involved than originally thought.  So, here’s the first two categories for your consideration.
 
Jucy Lucys/Burgers
Hamburgers aren’t the first thing you think of when considering the Twin Cities food scene, but thanks to the Jucy Lucy, the local "outside in" CheeseBurger, the Burger scene there is growing and thriving.  The problem now is, there are so many outstanding Burgers across MSP, it would be too easy to make this an All-Burger Crawl, and I don’t think anyone wants that.
 
I’ve narrowed my opening list down to seven candidates; four serving Jucy Lucys, and three putting out just great Burgers.  I’m thinking we need to narrow the list down to a maximum of five, spread out over the three-day Crawl.
 
Matt’s Bar: More than one MSP joint claims to be the birthplace of the Jucy Lucy, but most people agree, Matt’s is Ground (Round) Zero for this local specialty.  Matt’s is a classic, low key neighborhood bar, frozen in time.  They griddle up an excellent version of the JL and would get my vote for inclusion on the Crawl.
 
Casper’s & Runyon’s Nook/Shamrock’s: The original location, The Nook is an old school Irish Bar with tons of character.  The problem is, it’s fairly small, and pretty busy, making it unlikely they’ll be able to accommodate a group our size.  Happily, they have a second location, Shamrock’s; still plenty of charm, although not quite as gritty, that serves up the same high caliber Jucy Lucy as The Nook.
 
5-8 Club: The third member of the “old school” Jucy Lucy triumvirate.  5-8 Club served up our favorite version, but they lack the ambiance of Matt’s and Casper & Runyon’s.  I’d consider leaving them for “independent study” by interested parties and instead focus on a newcomer…
 
Blue Door Pub: BDP comes highly recommended by Mpls/StP resident, rumaki.  She says her husband is a fan of their upscale twist on the Jucy Lucy: "The Blucy".  It’s a Jucy Lucy made with blue cheese.  They’re a bit more trendy than the classic JL outlets, but deserve strong consideration. 
 
Lion’s Tap: Moving outside the Jucy Lucy galaxy, there are other great Burgers to had in the MSP metro area, and Lion’s Tap serves one of the best.  We have eaten there several times and always enjoyed the experience.  Respected and beloved Roadfooder, buffetbuster, ate there last year and shares our appraisal of this semi-rural joint.  They are the only place I’ve ever eaten where the actual food looks as good or better than the menu picture.
 

 
Band Box Diner: Don’t know much about this place except it pops up frequently when looking for “best cheap eats” and “best burgers” on the interwebs.  It looks really cool and has a solid menu.
 
Flameburger/The Flameburger: Things just got a little complicated.  In researching this place, it turns out there are two Flameburgers, totally unrelated (I’m guessing there’s an untold story), but equally well reviewed.  Both appear to have classic diner attributes.  Don’t know much about the food other than a lot of appetizing internet photos.  The dilemma may be solved in that both locations are 24-hour operations.  These may be best left to our after-hours revelers to evaluate after a few beers.
 
Walleye & Other Local Fish Specialties
Minnesota’s state fish is the Walleye.  There are several places, ranging from sit-down service to fast food operations, to get a great version of this sweet fish and other classic Fried Fish options.
 
Anchor Fish & Chips: No walleye at this cozy urban Irish Pub, but some damn fine Fish & Chips accompanied by a nice selection of imported beers and ciders.  The full menu also includes Shepherd’s Pie, Sausage, and Burgers.  For those who dare, they even serve Poitin.  Nope, not the Canadian French Fry/Cheese Curd/Gravy dish, Poutine.  Poitin is powerful Irish moonshine!  Of course, Anchor Fish & Chips has figured out a way to include both in one dish; “Poitín Poutine” infusing the brown gravy with the hooch.
 
Tavern on Grand: Probably the best-known Walleye destination in all of Minnesota.  Also, the one of greatest debate.  We’ve visited TonG many times and loved it at first.  Over the years the luster has worn off and we’ve found the food, other than the Walleye itself, to be fairly ordinary.  Some recent visitors have agreed with that assessment, while others continue to give it high marks.  Our local Roadfood scouts have recommended another option, but TonG may still get the nod based on its status as a Roadfood favorite.
 
Mac’s Fish & Chips: Mac’s popped up repeatedly with positive reviews on various Twin Cities Cheap Eats searches.  I always try to find a gritty Fried Fish joint on every Crawl, especially after the raves we got for the Alabama Fish Bar stop during the Cincinnati Chili Crawl back in 2014.
 
Mac’s has several locations, none of them particularly “gritty” (you’ll have a hard time finding a neighborhood in MSP as gritty as Cincinnati’s Over The Rhine district), but the 1330 Larpenteur Ave W location seems to have some Roadfood charm.  The other two locations are more generic, but offer indoor sit-down opportunities if the weather is foul.
 
They’ve got a full Northern Midwest Fish menu including Walleye, Halibut, Cod, and Shrimp.  There’s even Poutine (the Canadian stuff) and Fried Chicken for the fin haters.
 
OCTO Fish Bar: I worked closely with several Twin Cities tourism boards in compiling these lists.  Some of their suggestions tended to be more upscale than the typical Raodfood choices.  OCTO Fish Bar is one of those suggestions.  Looks like a fun, hip, trendy spot that might be worth checking out independently of the Crawl.
 
Smack Shack: Another one of the new trendy places recommended by the tourism folks, this one might be more at home in the northeast.  Smack Shack started out serving their signature Lobster Rolls out a food truck, then made the transition to brick-and-mortar.  Nice looking menu with specialties from all across the country; northeast, southwest, NOLA, but no sign of Walleye anywhere in sight. 
 
Magnolias: Saving this for last because this is the entry that might raise some hackles among Roadfooders more dedicated to site reviewed spots than others.  The topic of Tavern on Grand came up frequently with the local collaborators.  The consensus being, TonG is good, but there are better, lesser known places to get the local fish delicacy.
 
Magnolia’s was the name that kept coming up.  Nothing fancy here, just an unassuming family run operation specializing in Fried Chicken and Walleye (Hey, a twofer!).  There’s always the possibility we can hit two sit-down Walleye restaurants on this Crawl, but if we’re crunched for time, based the local raves, my recommendation will be Magnolia’s over Tavern on Grand.
 
I’ve got 22 more categories (relax, most of them are much shorter than these) to go through, totaling more than 60 potential restaurants.  The goal is to narrow them down to no more than 21.  Your feedback and input are welcome.
 
I’m hoping to get the entire list, with commentary, published gradually over the next couple of weeks.  If we can settle on a final list by the end of February, I’ll use the following six weeks to map it all out and come up with a final itinerary.
 
More to follow.  Keep your cards an letters coming!
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 19:42:52 (permalink)
Oh...man... You're not blowing off Carol's Restaurant and Kaffe Stuga ??- those are the two main reasons (besides Tavern on Grand) that we're making this trip.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 21:37:36 (permalink)
It's hard not to be snarky in my reply, so I won't even try.
 
Apparently you didn't read all the way to the end where I say, "I’ve got 22 more categories...to go through, totaling more than 60 potential restaurants.  Keep yer pants on bubba, we've got a long way to go.  Everything is on the long list.  I just haven't gotten there yet.  Doesn't mean they'll make the final cut.  Let's give some other folks a chance to look things over and comment.
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 21:59:20 (permalink)
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Oh...man... You're not blowing off Carol's Restaurant and Kaffe Stuga ??- those are the two main reasons (besides Tavern on Grand) that we're making this trip.


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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 22:16:34 (permalink)
 
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If you'll recall Sandra and I agreed to go to MSP contingent that I would select one restaurant-not going to Kaffe Stuga would be like going to Nashville and ignoring the meat n threes or going to Cincinnati and ignoring 5 way chili or going to Chicago and dismissing deep dish pizza, italian beefs and hot dogs.
 
It's in this thread somewhere.
 
 
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 22:20:02 (permalink)
Oh...It's 10:20 PM EST... I'm going to sleep now since I have to work tomorrow like regular people.
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/10 23:31:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby nagle 2019/01/11 20:25:17
Dale,

I don't think Buddy is anywhere near finalizing the stops. We will listen to your passionate plea.

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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 01:50:33 (permalink)
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If you'll recall Sandra and I agreed to go to MSP contingent that I would select one restaurant-not going to Kaffe Stuga would be like going to Nashville and ignoring the meat n threes or going to Cincinnati and ignoring 5 way chili or going to Chicago and dismissing deep dish pizza, italian beefs and hot dogs.


So that said, if Kaffe Stuka misses the cut are we back to Cleveland for the Crawl in 3 months?
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 07:53:43 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby nagle 2019/01/11 20:25:37
Buddy-
The amount of work and preparation you are putting into this is truly impressive and appreciated beyond words.  Thanks for doing all of this!
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 08:06:56 (permalink)
 
 
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Minneapolis (as long as I get to arrange one "traditional" "old school" "iconic" meal)

Yup, the Swedes were the first Europeans to settle Minnesota in quantity, and their national dishes and culture reigned supreme for a long time.  But now things are changing and there's a new regional appropriation going on.  Somalis and the Hmong are changing the culinary landscape in the Twin Cities and elsewhere.
 
That said, no one (including Davydd) has ever questioned or denied the importance or historical significance of the once predominant Swedish/Nordic cuisine in that area.  With that in mind, not only will you be allowed to arrange a '"traditional" "old school" "iconic" meal' (Dude, you need to attend a few meetings of Quotation Mark Abusers Anonymous), it will be insisted upon by the organizers.  In fact, with roughly 18 food stops to plan over three days, plus Sunday brunch, your participation will almost be required.
 
Actually, that will be true no matter which city wins.
 
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Minneapolis isn't official yet, is it?

If this will sway some votes, this was Al's Breakfast's Facebook post yesterday:
 
Did you know that you can have a private party at Al’s Breakfast? After we close on the weekends, or before we open on Sunday, you can bring in a counter of people and have the place all to yourselves. $150 + food and gratuity! Message for a reservation and more details.

This does sound very cool!  However, in all likelihood, it will still be available in 2020.  That may not be true of one of Cleveland's most iconic restaurants.  The long term future of Roadfood favorite Sokolowski's University Inn is in question.  As I said in my Cleveland overview, one of the Sokolowski siblings is considering retirement, leaving the status of the restaurant unclear.  Sokolowski's absolutely deserves to be on one of those "Places You Need To Go Before It's Too Late" lists.  And the fact of the matter is "Too Late" may be coming sooner than we think.
 
Buddy
 
 




ditto to what buffetbuster said...
 
And buddy- you're bound by post # 123.(see above)
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 08:13:11 (permalink)
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Do you get paid for Davydd references?  I'm thinking the royalty stream must be immense!  
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 08:16:11 (permalink)
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Oh...man... You're not blowing off Carol's Restaurant and Kaffe Stuga ??- those are the two main reasons (besides Tavern on Grand) that we're making this trip.




...and no breakfast stops, bakeries or ice cream joints....what's a Roadfooder to do!?
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Buddy
 
If you'll recall Sandra and I agreed to go to MSP contingent that I would select one restaurant-not going to Kaffe Stuga would be like going to Nashville and ignoring the meat n threes or going to Cincinnati and ignoring 5 way chili or going to Chicago and dismissing deep dish pizza, italian beefs and hot dogs.
 
It's in this thread somewhere.
 
 




...and we're ALL still waiting for Sandra's 2017 End of the Year Trip Report!  It's in another thread somewhere....
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Re: 2019 Crawl Location Discussion Thread 2019/01/11 08:40:49 (permalink)
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Oh...man... You're not blowing off Carol's Restaurant and Kaffe Stuga ??- those are the two main reasons (besides Tavern on Grand) that we're making this trip.




...and no breakfast stops, bakeries or ice cream joints....what's a Roadfooder to do!?
wanderingjew
 
Buddy
 
If you'll recall Sandra and I agreed to go to MSP contingent that I would select one restaurant-not going to Kaffe Stuga would be like going to Nashville and ignoring the meat n threes or going to Cincinnati and ignoring 5 way chili or going to Chicago and dismissing deep dish pizza, italian beefs and hot dogs.
 
It's in this thread somewhere.
 
 




...and we're ALL still waiting for Sandra's 2017 End of the Year Trip Report!  It's in another thread somewhere....




Maybe when I retire in 11- 13 years....or 14 years if they raise my retirement age to 68...which I'm sure they will
 
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